The World Sport also went through a lot of changes, and ended up quite a decent bike by the late eighties. It started out as a high ten steel model that weighed a ton, with low grade components. Later models were CrMo steel, forged drops, and alloy wheels. At the midway point it had alloy wheels and CrMo tubing, but had stamped drops with an built in hanger, with a tacked on plate to make it look like forged.,,,,BD
How about a 1985, into a 2005, is that allowed?
Why wouldn't it be any better for riding around town? This one sure the hell is? That wasn't a very constructive thing to say, IMHO.
under construction of course..
So many bikes, so little dime.