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Nathan Rogers' Eaton's Road King

Nathan sends us his Eaton's Road King!

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Nathan Rogers


Road King
Its a work in progress, im gonna be changing the wheels, tires, fork, handle bars, grips, seat. Just to make it look really nice.


My Dad got this bike probably 8 years ago, just been sitting around. Its not special yet, it will be when im done with it.

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Avatar Posted by Ian at Aug 30, 2008 10:41 AM
Just bought the same bike at a flea market. Needs major work but should look good when its all done. Any tips on restoration or parts?



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Age of bike

Avatar Posted by Rob Lucky at Sep 17, 2008 03:32 PM
Any idea where to find out the age. Mine I bought for my daughter is similar but a green girls. The serial # looks like HL05529. The serial # searches I found were only american bikes. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Rob (Winnipeg)

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Avatar Posted by Dave at Oct 07, 2010 09:10 AM

Your bike's production date is 1972.
This bike has made in the Csepel factory, Budapest. The Hungarian name was Csepel "Tihany".
Just look:


bike serial number

Avatar Posted by ken at Apr 04, 2012 08:34 AM
where did u go to find that guys bike year and manufactuer? thats cool i got exact bike and color and kno its around the 1950's thats all. my serial number is HL 029310

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Avatar Posted by Jason at Mar 01, 2009 12:54 PM
Hi Nathan,
Nice bike. I have one myself. If you want to sell any of the parts off of it let me know. I am looking for fenders, wheels. You can email me [email protected] anytime, I will always be interested in picking up new parts. I am in the Vancouver area.


Eaton Road King bicycle

Avatar Posted by Donald at Aug 02, 2011 10:53 AM
I have one of the bikes identical to the brown one in the picture and it is like that other post described with the pouch on the back. Tied in the rafters of a house I just bought and it has never been used because the rubber pieces from the mold when the tire was made are not even worn off. Where do you find the serial number ? I will look and maybe somebody can figure out what year it is. I am on Vancouver island.


Avatar Posted by jon at Aug 17, 2010 12:41 AM
i love this bike, i bought one at a flea market years back and enjoyed the heck out of it, i was slolen from my garage 2 summers ago, if i ever see one again ill buy it. i miss it

Nathan Rogers Eatons Road King

Avatar Posted by Joel Ryalls at Nov 27, 2010 11:17 AM
I really like the chain guard!

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Avatar Posted by Macho Bravado at Mar 28, 2014 07:17 AM
I have the very same bike. I found it on a bicycle horder's pile, I have only ever seen one here in Australia and it has Californian licence sticker on it from 1974. Mine is rusty, I call her Lucy. I am in the process of restoring her for a charity road race. I want to put balloon tyres (2") but I don't know if I have the clearance between the fenders, I don't want to spend on tyres for them not to fit. I got some skull x bones red rims off a mate and plan on white tyres, I am cleaning up the rust but I am not going to repaint anything (except the white on chaingaurd and rear fender) probably going to get some pinstriping done on her and have Lucy painted on either the fender or the left side of the crank.


Avatar Posted by Jojo at Jan 25, 2015 05:32 PM
Hello. Yes I agree I don't think the bike is from the 50's. Mom dad and I bought 3 of them in 1974. 2 blue/white and 1 copper/white. They had whitewall tires, baskets, the same chain guard. We used to ride all around Kits beach, Jericho, English bay and Stanley park. They were comfortable. Back in the day you had to register your bike with the police and they would give you a sticker with the year on it. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did. They are beautiful bikes. Jo

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Avatar Posted by robert13 at Sep 08, 2014 09:42 AM
ich habe auch einen road king aber ich weis nicht von welchwn jahr ist er

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