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    Handle bar ID

    I picked these bars up @ a cool old bike shop in Cleveland this past weekend. They are on the small size for me but the engraving was too cool to pass up! They also had a set of the super cool GB bars w/ the map of England on them w/ Suntour bar end shifters and old leather Brooks wrap BUT they weren't for sale.... I also picked up two pair of ITM bars, one w/ a 90mm ITM stem and Universal brake levers w/ gum hoods in excellent condition. Sorry for the crappy pics but my camera does not take good closeup shots

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    ISO: Roberts frame/fork 58cm

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    Uhmmmm.... Guidons Philippe??? (French, of course)
    Used commonly on Peugeots of the 70's and 80's.
    Last edited by Chombi; 02-03-11 at 01:21 PM.

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    On the left is a cyclist wearing a very old style helmet and on the right (picture right) is a 2D map of the world NOT showing North America. I really wish I had a better digital camera....hhhmmm birthday is coming soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobE30 View Post
    On the left is a cyclist wearing a very old style helmet and on the right (picture right) is a 2D map of the world NOT showing North America. I really wish I had a better digital camera....hhhmmm birthday is coming soon
    it helps if you put them in front of a less busy background, have better lighting, and don't get so close with your camera. Like 4+ feet back. You can get much better results even with shi-poopy cameras.

    that top one looks like a nitto world or somethingerother to me. One came on my fuji Finass-t.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobE30 View Post
    2D map of the world NOT showing North America. I really wish I had a better digital camera....
    Lol, yep, that sounds like the French. Try the macro bottom on your digital camera.

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    Definitely look for the "Macro" setting... might be a picture of a flower on the selector wheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluesDaddy View Post
    Definitely look for the "Macro" setting... might be a picture of a flower on the selector wheel.
    Should look like this regardless of brand of camera.

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    Thanks for the camera tutorial After a quick scan of my camera, I found the macro button. Here are the macro pictures

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    Neato. I, too, am a fan of interesting bars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobE30 View Post
    I really wish I had a better digital camera....hhhmmm birthday is coming soon
    Now that you figured out your digital camera, you can ask for something vintage bike related for your birthday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abarth View Post
    Now that you figured out your digital camera, you can ask for something vintage bike related for your birthday.
    Good point! Any other input on the bars?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chombi View Post
    Uhmmmm.... Guidons Philippe??? (French, of course)
    Used commonly on Peugeots of the 70's and 80's.
    +1 - Pretty sure I've got a set of those on one of my Gitane's. The lion head (at least I think it's a lion) are one of my favorite. I believe they're CTA.
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    004.jpg011.jpg013.jpgVery crisp! I have some Philippe's-quite warn....on some porter bars.

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