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Interesting group here.
I guess all the dentists post in the 41....
Picked up these two:
Very nice stuff!!!
I'm a ceramics hobbyist. Keeps me busy during the Chicago winters.
Writer, illustrator, and front-end developer.
Pass. Since they don't specify the tubeset, I would guess lower end of the columbus spectrum.
Get the real deal.
+1 on all of the above, except graillish. If I ever go back to Ti, it will be a Merlin.
The DD site has disappeared....
Check vintage Novaras or an early 90's Bianchi Volpe
Why knot? It wood give you a chance to branch out....
That Trek is "eye sweet"!!!!
I would love to ride the McKenzie Pass between Eugene and Bend in Oregon. It's 130 miles part of which goes through a lava field.
I've driven up and it's Fantastic!
Go for a long ride. At the point farthest away from home, the cup will come loose.
I had one of these, same size, same color. I liked it a lot - great for touring!
I think they're Motobecane.
I saw this one in person at the PDX vintage bike show. I think it was made in Germany. Rear tire has sheet metal screws for traction.
I owned one of these - they ride really nice!
recently, there was a thread on a similar frame and it turned out to be a Viner, not a BMZ.
The DD is a race? I always thought it just an organized ride.
Not cost effective and probably detrimental to the value of the finished product. The cost of the real deal and producing replica is pretty small.
I would look for an alternative. Last time I was there (12 years ago), there were narrow sections and lots of trucks, especially those crazy tandem dumptrucks.
Haven't done any touring in about 10 years and these bikes are long-gone, but I used to ride all over Northern Wisconsin and Northern Michigan.
Here's a Trek 500 I set up for touring. Note the...
That Townsend is sweet!
Assuming no dents, I would think $300ish. I picked up my Ciocc SLX in similar ratty condition for $219.
I too am puzzled by the placement of the Columbus stickers. Pretty much the same place...