Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Twenty frame, BMX real wheel & brakes, front from a Dahon folder and some spare bits I had lying around for the rest of the bike. The frame was pretty heavily rusted so I ended up with a green colour scheme although somewhat updated from the original Nova green. Currently set up as a singlespeed and used for commuting.
At one stage, the "Twenty" was Raleigh's biggest seller. Raleigh's survival through the cycling slump of the 1970's can be largely attributed to the Twenty and varient models. It was also sold under many of Raleigh's captive brand names such as Triumph, Sun, Hercules and BSA. It was also sold as the "Supercycle Twenty" in Canada. It was also built to a unique design by Morrison Industries in New Zealand.