She was recognised as the best wheelbuilder of her time.The frames were manufactured in Camden Passage premises behind the main shop.Holdsworthy produced small numbers of "Maclean" badged cycles throughout the 1960's, these being re-badged versions of their own range of frames. days lists the following available models:- "Club" model £2:6:0 Complete "Rigid Road Race Cycle" - Ladies or Gents £5:5:0 Brampton "Tandem Race" frame or complete cycle £:0 The limited range is augmented by a wide range of build options and accessories; as well as their "specialising in building to customer's own measurements".Thus a 1960s Maclean frame could also be found with Holdsworthy or Claud Butler badges. Another undated, probably pre-war, catalogue from the 362-3 Upper St.Inside the shop a range of complete bikes were available which included roadster and touring models from other well-known makers such as Rudge.
range of complete cycles show the company trading at 366 Upper St.
IN 1928 they acquired additional premises nearby in 366 Upper St.