Sparkbrook 1892

Looking at the 1890 Sparkbrook on this site, you can see what progression bicycle design made in those days. This 1892-model roadster really has the modern diamond frame.
It retains the old model bracket (not yet a straight tube, position of bearings clearly visible) and the cushion tires.

This makes a nice bike, with a very specific detail: the oiler at the end of the down tube. I've never seen it on another model. Look at the beautiful restored saddle. I am always happy if a safety still has its fenders, but on this bike they look like replicas: no rust pitting visible and not correctly mounted at the front fork.