I try to avoid these:
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I try to avoid these:
Didn't these come from the factory with 27" wheels and 120 spacing? As for what to use - depends on whether you want to go with 120, 126 or 130 spacing, and whether you care about finding something...
I'd like to see a video of someone changing a flat with that set-up.
If you want glamor shots of the aluminum cages, see if Khatfull feels up to polishing them up for you. ;)
This is a very cool project - very glad to see the creativity folks here in C&V have. ...
Those were RaleighUSA. See if he can give you the first 4 or 5 of the serial number. With that we can tell where and when it was made.
Is that punctuated the way you meant it to be? :lol:
I like my attitude (about bicycles at least) better since I broke my obsession over acquiring. True, a bit of that was forced on me, but...
I have one, and it was 120. I'm relatively sure Raleigh did make the leap with some models before 1975.
I have become a complete heretic. I have broken with n+1.
Maybe make a badge like one of those fold-in pictures that were in the back cover?
I have used the same type of rims on a couple wheel builds. I would not have qualms building wheels spaced for 120mm or 126mm with them, but would hesitate to build a set of wheels dished for 130mm...
Want: three top tube cable clips for standard sized tubing. Anything that isn't corroded would be great.
Have: an assortment of smaller items - brake parts, derailleurs, umbrella clips, etc. ...
With improper preparation, it can have an equally indefinite shelf life (because nobody will eat it ;) )
Depends on the fruitcake. I actually had a good one once.
Sounds a lot like the egg nog I made the other week.
What do they have in common?
You puked them all up the other night? :innocent:
Calories don't bother me. Since I have discovered the trick to taking off weight, and occasional indulgence...
The Raleigh sounds like the European version of the Record - which is roughly the equivalent of a Raleigh Professional, but with the geometry of a Team Professional. It was built in 1978 in Worksop,...
with rancid molasses
Humphrey just wanted to show him his "man cave".
full microscopic glory
Disclaimer: No beer was wasted in the making of this piece of "art".
matching his haircut
with the worst
expect from our
This thread doesn't sound especially off-topic. :innocent:
I have one. Haven't ridden as anything but a fixie yet. It's 55cm and repainted.