Custom Sturmey-Archer and Sachs/SRAM cables made by us.
No more ugly cable eyebolt clamps!
We also sell the OEM parts here.
Sturmey-Archer made Brompton Wide Range (BWR)
Sturmey-Archer S2 2-Speed Duomatic Kickback Hub
Sturmey-Archer S2C 2-Speed Duomatic Kickback Hub with Coaster Brake
Sturmey-Archer RX-RD3 Rotary Shift 3-Speed Hub with Drum Brake
Sturmey-Archer TCW Mark 1 Three Speed with Coaster Brake
Sturmey-Archer TCW Mark 2 Three Speed with Coaster Brake
All TCW hubs should NOT be used without 2 hand brakes!
For more information visit Sheldon Brown's TCW page
Sturmey-Archer ASC Fixed-Gear Three-Speed Hub
Sean purchased this on ebay for around $500 and is using in on the streets of Seattle.
After about 700 miles the aluminum hub shell failed but the internals were fine.
The hub and wheel were rebuilt with a 40 hole steel hub shell. The guts are the same!
The rebuilt wheel with a steel TCW hub shell.
Sturmey-Archer AWC England
Note: This is from an adult trike.
Sturmey-Archer S3X 3-Speed Fixed Hub
Note: This is the proto-type, production guts may vary.
Sturmey-Archer AM 3-Speed Medium Ratio Hub
Sturmey Archer FG 4 Speed Dynohub from 1956
Sturmey-Archer FW 4 Speed (same hub as above but without the dynamo).
Sturmey-Archer FM 4 Speed Hub from 1951
Sturmey-Archer S5 Hub Gear from 1967 (bell crank version)
Sturmey-Archer 5 Speed (English Made)
Sturmey-Archer Sprinter 5 Speed (English Made)
Sturmey-Archer 5 Speed (Taiwaneese Made, parts compatible with English version)
The Drum Brake Version
Sturmey-Archer Wide Range X-RD5 (w)
Sturmey-Archer Sprinter 7 Speed Coaster(English Made)
Sturmey-Archer X-RF8 Eight Speed
Sturmey-Archer X-RK8(w) Eight Speed Wide Range Disc
Sturmy-Archer 70mm X-FDD Dynamo Drum Hub
Note: Bicycle generator hubs produce AC current. Dynamos produce DC current.
Dynamo is a misnomer. They are actually alternators.
In this picture, a spacer is broken and the wire is severed.
A Sturmey-Archer AW Hub from May 1979
Exploded Diagram Cut-Away View
Sturmey-Archer S3C Tricoaster 3 Speed Coaster Brake
We have most parts for the Sturmey-Archer SW Hub from the 1950s
We have parts for both the Mark1 (1954) and the Mark 2 (1958)