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ISO: Huret clamp-on Challenger or Jubilee shifters. I have plenty to trade.
I believe one of the stops was at the trunk of an oak tree.:rolleyes:
I'm not an expert either, it's just the wheels looked small for the frame (although it's hard to tell from the angle of the pic) and PX-50s are rare relative to the UO-8. It would more valuable with...
I'm not sure this is a PX-50. Looks more like a UO-8 that someone added 650b wheels and MAFAC Raids to (for the reach). I have only seen one PX-50 of that vintage and it came with cantis. Beautiful...
Sorry too much of a touring nerd. ;)
It's where you attached the stabilizing straps on old Cannondale front bags. Pic courtesy of ScottRyder.
I'm looking for a one, or perhaps two 120mm, Nitto Technomics stems in 25.4. I have plenty to trade including hard-to-find stems of the French and Schwinn persuasion. Lots of other stuff, too......
Well, I could help you with the 24in section, but not the 45. You're probably going to need to find someone that has a roll. My bits have been harvested. Good luck!
Very nice... well done! Should be a comfortable ride.
I have a set of blue Cannondale rear bags that match your fronts, if you want to go that direction. As far as I remember, they're in good shape.
Guess I wasn't really tuned into the details on this thread. :o
I think Chris Kvale is an incredible builder! Beautiful frame, BTW.
ISO: Large chromoly MTB frame... something 24" or larger and rigid. (I think Panasonic made a 25" frame!) Frame is all I'm looking for and cosmetic condition is not super important.
1987 is correct.... http://www.hasus.com.tw/
J&B Importers still sell a double-ended Sunlite cable (listed as 1.3mm) for this shifter. Any shop that has an account with J&B should be able to get you one
Another Moulton - 1965.
In the mid-80s, I was in grad school, living car-free and always inventing new and cheap ways of moving cargo and stuff by bike. One of my “great” ideas involved attaching a set of Wald folding...
Here's a recent project... 1965 Moulton "F" frame in oyster pearl gray with a 4 speed Sturmey. It was basically just a clean-up. First picture is from the cl ad. (I'm terrible with remembering to...
I think he's a builder based in Ames, Iowa. I remember seeing his bikes at Michael's Cyclery in Ames back in the early 80s.
I love this!
There's a company in Taiwan making some nice looking classic shoes. I contacted them a couple of months ago with thoughts of selling them through the Ironweed website. They look pretty nice, but...