Here is my latest bicycle.
The original owner told me it was made by Tim Johnson in Vancouver, BC.
This bicycle features Dura Ace 7 speed and a Campagnolo crankset.
The cranks appear to be engraved with a signature, Tullio Campagnolo.
They also have a 50th anniversary stamp on them. I'm curious about their value.
I will post more pictures if anyone can provide me with more information about the frame or components.
Here are some more details.
The frame has a dark green paint. Internally routed brake cable.
Vertical dropouts are tapered. Cinelli BB shell serial number 10337.
Fastback seat cluster with "J" cutout in lug.
I did ask about the value of the crankset. The actual value is not important to me because I'm keeping the bike.
I'm more interested in the rarity. I did a couple quick google and ebay searches and found nothing.
My primary question would have to be regarding the tubing type. Any guesses?
Thanks a lot everyone. While searching I did notice the existence of a professional racer named Tim Johnson. I'm not sure if there is any connection there or not. I think the Cinelli BB serial number could be a key in identification. Does anyone know of any databases?
The frame has somewhat unusual geometry. The TT is 53 C-C. The ST is 52 C-C. The very short wheelbase (97cm) makes me think it was designed as a crit racer.