HARRY.BICKERTON.1976Bickerton-logo Bickerton Portables – 40 year old heritage

This story started in 1968 when a Dehaviland/Rolls Royce engineer driven by passion and a driving challenge, decided that something could be done.

Here continues his story.   Tradition and passion for cycling as a mode of transport – his son Mark Bickerton continues to lead and further his father’s legacy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jo8SngmVInY

Production stock commenced only in 1976 and officially Bickerton is 40 years old.

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Harry Bickerton loved inventing and his designs and innovations are found in many of today’s top brands.

We will be launching several models and while they look very similar to Tern who underwrites the licences and safety designs, Bickerton promises to re live the passion and legacy that Harry Bickerton started. Watch this space!

18 thoughts on “Bickerton Portables

  1. Hi,

    I’m interested in one Bickerton Scout 1501 Country in 14″. Do you have this bike in stock? If yes, how much does it cost? And my next question for today, will it be possible to ship to germany? In europe this 14″ bikes are not available.

    Yours sincerely
    Cem

  2. Hi,

    thank you for the reply. Do you know the UK distributor? You are right, it will be cheaper for me.

    Yours sincerely
    Cem

  3. I am interested to buy docklands 1824 country. How much it cost? when will the junction 1808 country arrive?

  4. May I know do you have Bickerton junction 1707 (racing green) or 1607 (raven black) this two ? If have may I
    Know your good price?

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