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  1. Both are very nice. No wrong decisions possible...

    Both are very nice. No wrong decisions possible here, I think. I'd probably get both if I could. :)
  2. When I first joined this forum one of the first...

    When I first joined this forum one of the first bikes to capture my imagination was Grand Bois' black PX10. I can still see why:

    http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/640x480q90/203/zjgr.jpg
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    During that period Raleigh and Peugeot were...

    During that period Raleigh and Peugeot were brands that mixed parts from different suppliers, even for the models higher up in the line-up. Weinmann side-pull brakes (605) were popular with both...
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    How old is the bike? In these parts a...

    How old is the bike?

    In these parts a much-favored combination for a long time, even until the late seventies, was a Stronglight chain set, Campagnolo derailleurs and MAFAC brakes. But on an...
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    I'm a magpie: if it's shiny I want it :)

    I'm a magpie: if it's shiny I want it :)
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    A similar cable stop on a Flandria: ...

    A similar cable stop on a Flandria:

    http://www.mijnalbum.nl/Grotefoto-4IRUNUUJ.jpg
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    I'm not sure this helps, but cable stops like...

    I'm not sure this helps, but cable stops like these I mostly find on Belgian and French bikes. Often on low end frames, but not always. My pink Mercier has something similar, but also sports...
  8. You mean you don't? :eek: I think everyone...

    You mean you don't? :eek:

    I think everyone here should have an English three speed touring bike. I'm still in the process of collecting the right parts, but it's definitely one of the bikes I want...
  9. Ah! The sportsman's choice! Well, in the 1950's,...

    Ah! The sportsman's choice! Well, in the 1950's, anyway.

    Very cool project! It would be really nice to see that back on the road, even if takes some time and effort.

    To get you in the mood:
    ...
  10. Thread: Pictures??

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    That's either a very small bike or a very small...

    That's either a very small bike or a very small picture ...
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    If you're looking forward to the project, just do...

    If you're looking forward to the project, just do it. What's the worst that can happen?

    I just got this for 35 and the very same reasons (don't need it, do want it). Needs a lot of work ...
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    Pistard: if this is for your mystery track frame,...

    Pistard: if this is for your mystery track frame, try a tubular wrench. I have a 14-15 tubular wrench in my toolbox for al those TA and Stronglignt cranks that are held in place with 15 mm bolts.
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    I have different experiences with 15 mm crank...

    I have different experiences with 15 mm crank bolts.
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    We need the rest of the bike ... ;) ...

    We need the rest of the bike ... ;)

    http://www.mijnalbum.nl/Grotefoto-N44A3CSY.jpg
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    It was a nice spring evening for a ride....

    It was a nice spring evening for a ride. Woubrugge bridge by night:

    http://www.mijnalbum.nl/Grotefoto-Q7JLBVL8.jpg
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    It looks like a chromed track frame, from where...

    It looks like a chromed track frame, from where I'm sitting. But it's hard to judge from these pictures. More, and preferably bigger pictures are needed, I'm afraid. It looks interesting enough.
  17. I don't mind getting beaten by Tarzan.

    I don't mind getting beaten by Tarzan.
  18. Thread: Setback?

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    I hadn't realized beforehand, but the very short...

    I hadn't realized beforehand, but the very short bar stem puts them at your finger tips, which suddenly makes stem shifters a logical proposition.
  19. Thread: This sight

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obKLdou0LH0

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obKLdou0LH0
  20. Thread: This sight

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    I'm sure there are costs involved in running this...

    I'm sure there are costs involved in running this site, and I'm quite happy to pay a few bucks for my using it. If you prefer others to pay that for you that's OK, but having to look at their ads in...
  21. Which is why I am now obliged to show you mine, I...

    Which is why I am now obliged to show you mine, I think. :p

    http://www.mijnalbum.nl/Grotefoto-47A8JSPP.jpg

    I picked it up out of curiosity a couple of years back. I don't think they were ever...
  22. Subscribing. :)

    Subscribing. :)
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    Don't mind him. Just keep bringing those nice...

    Don't mind him. Just keep bringing those nice bikes to this forum! ;)

    Very pretty Razesa, I love cromovelato.
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    Hello Rob, if you're on a Windows PC, and want to...

    Hello Rob, if you're on a Windows PC, and want to upload from there, one easy way to get small enough picture files is to follow this instruction.

    If you are trying to link to a picture hosting...
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    This, I think, is the whole point. Before I...

    This, I think, is the whole point.

    Before I got into bikes a few years ago I was very much into cars. And after having had forty or so different ones I came to the conclusion that cars without...
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