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It's even got Simex Centipede tires.
I jumped on my roadbike today for the first time in just over 3 years post back op. I chose the Ricardo for the small seat to bars drop and was comfortable all day. It was stinking hot but cooler at...
It looks like Pro Tour stuff there. Very impressive.
Rode a roadbike for the first time in over 3 years today post back op. I chose the Ricardo for the small seat to bar drop and found it's less stressful on my back than the JBC hybrid I've been...
@giantcfr1 Thanks mate.
@Ajh800 That's no good, glad your OK.
Rode a roadbike for the first time in over 3 years today post op. back surgery but won't give up the hybrids.
It was left in a abandoned house and coved in pigeon poop. I cleaned most of it off before the pic then pushed on the stays and they felt soft and could hear the rust cracking off inside :(
Sad remains of my first roadie I rode in the late 70's early 80's. I dug it out thinking of fixing it but the chain stays are rotted through and weak.
Yep the gear cables come out through the BB, unlike the road bike. I had to make the cable guides coz they didn't come with the frame.
My highlight is riding again after two and a half years recovering from spinal surgery. I hopefully ride a road bike before the years out, been restricted to hybrid, mtb's.
What about naked bonded and pinned alloy:eek:
Frank Paino made pantographed bikes but made mostly custom frames sold without components, this is one of them from the late 70's or very early 80's
Apologies there not very macro shots.
The all conquering T33/3. 75,76,77 World Sports Car Champion.
BenzFanatic I knew you would be along to explain. It's not bad but there's no reason to open the bonnet (hood) that way.