Every time I see something like this I marvel at how much has NOT changed!
(- I'll bet those are French threaded cups though.)
I'd like some of those valve cap keeper/chains. How did those survive the test of time?
1966 Paramount P-13 | 1971 Raleigh International | 1972 Paramount P-13 | 1981 Holdsworth Professional | 1982 Gazelle AA Champion Mondial Special | 1980s Freschi Supreme Super Cromo | 1989 Waterford PDG Paramount | 2012 Boulder Brevet
The Early Morning Cyclist: A Sojourn Into Saving And Riding Vintage Bikes
Life's too dang short to ride ugly bikes.
Well preserved and very cool!
you can clearly see the px10 traits emerging!
1989 Schwinn Paramount OS
1980 Mclean/Silk Hope Sport Touring
1983 Bianchi pista
1976 Fuji Feather track
1979 raleigh track
"I've consulted my sources and I'm pretty sure your derailleur does not exist"
Pretty remarkable. Thanks for sharing!
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Those brake levers look like they could stab someone! Wouldn't want to stop short, especially after reading all the stories in the "dumbest thing you ever did on a bike" thread! But I'm always amazed when things like this survive. Cool.
Thanks for sharing the photos........That is a bicycle that I would like to ride for days upon days............style even more then than now..........
Wow, that is an amazing bike. I see these axle pegs on many of the old bikes.