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I would guess over 5000, maybe more.
I have a few;
Over the years I have had and rode MANY bikes. At times I have thought that the fine crafted euro racing bikes were all that. Name one, I have more than likely own and ridden one. BUT now, I seem to...
I like it!
That's what I get for being away. You got a Spectrum? Steel?
Glad the rooster found the hen house.
your chainrings/crank will work fine.
chain and maybe rear Derail, maybe not, just depends on how worn the springs are.
Front should be fine.
Makes for a sweet set up
What kind of rack is that
What kind of rack is that?
i hope so. I've been following this thread, hoping and praying that it all works out well.
good luck my friend
I did mine in Shimano 25th anv group. Nitto stem and bars, brooks saddle and tape.
It is a very nice riding frame and I've had it built in about 4 or 5 different ways. Always a fav.
I should have known you would be a Lowell George fan.
That bike is the only one that remotely does it for me.
It's big, and heavy and makes a huge statement. Double TT and all.
So, does Rivendell make good bikes?:lol:
Not to mention the chain size/length a 50 would take.
no it has not. It's been sold, I'm just too lazy to post it as sold!
I'll post this even though it's not really all celeste;
1985 First C Record Sheriff Star Columbus SLX Bianchi Centenario road Bike | eBay
that's one heck of a bike!
I might suggest to you that Curtis's hubs may look delicate, I thought so as well, until I got to pick one up.
After that I think of sturdy. Not delicate, and they are not for weight weenies! It's...
I have met Curtis in Denver @ the hand made show. He was kind enough to let me play with all of the stuff he brought, as well as answer my silly questions about hubs and other stuff. The guy is...
That bike was one of the first 29ers
When I lived in NOLA, I got to ride with Bill from Wall Bike and spent some time in his store there. In just the touch/feeling test, yes the Select is thicker. Much thicker, at least to my hands and...