Towards the end of the 1930s larger frame sizes became fashionable – up to 2cm larger than a modern frame.
Top tube lengths were still longer used with shorter stems.
by contrast riders were advised in the 1920s to have as small a frame as possible.
Race/road frames from the 1920s/early 1930s will generally be sized about 3–5cm smaller than a modern frame but with a much longer top tube and shorter stems.
In the 1940s and 50s frames were sized a bit larger still – 3–4cm more than a modern frame still with longer top tubes and shorter stems.
a Holdsworth, Claud or Grubb is to start with the frame number.
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