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Well, anyway that's what mine was like and I virtually gave it away years ago.
Mine (bought 2nd hand) would have been no later than the mid 70's and more likely made in the 60's. Because its has a six digit frame number with the first four being zero's it made me wonder if it was an early example, not necessarily to sell - although if a collector offers me squillions I might reconsider. The Claud Butler marque continues to this day, but ever since the sale of the Claud Butler name in 1957, the marque has simply been a valuable label for the shameless re-branding of generic and characterless products by a succession of exploitative trade-mark owners i.e. Detailed catalogue and some identification info is here:- I think the main bit of info from your point of view is that the name 'Olympic' was only ever used by CB on track bikes.
In this issue: The Welsh Festival of Cycling; Lessons from Leicester - how one city is making space for cycling; Watching Wales - Cycling UK's role in BBC's Extreme Wales with Richard Parks; Behind The Silence - a reflective tour of WW1 battlefields; Surly Wednesday and Singular Puffin fat bikes tested; Pinnacle Chromium 2 650B women's hybrid.
In this issue: Inspiring cycling - how to help get bums on bikes this summer; preview of Bike Week 2016; A Saturday in Heaven - on the pavé of Paris-Roubaix the day before the race; Saddled with Pain - saddle soreness, for some women, is the pain that dares not speak its name; entry-level tourers - £500 bikes from Ridgeback and Revolution; Whyte Coniston town-and-trail e-bike on test.
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If I can put this in perspective, when I started cycling in 1958 Claud Butler was a legend, and so were his bikes.
Annamarie Phelps, the Chair of the independent review, jointly commissioned by UK Sport and British Cycling, has appointed three individuals with a range of professional skills and experience of high performance sport, including a former athlete.
The British Cycling independent review panel terms of reference can be found here The confirmed review panel members are: Stuart Lancaster: Trained as a PE teacher before he became a Rugby Union player with Leeds RUFC.
Jude was confirmed as the fourth and final member of the panel on June 29 2016.
Sport Resolutions UK, the independent, not-for-profit, dispute resolution service, will administer the review.Jude led the cultural team for the successful London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic bid and then served on the Board of the cultural Olympiad.