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hey welcome to the club. some opinions from experience.
2) 3 options:
• Paul Components. bullet proof they say. cons: expensive
• half-link chain. has a quite high success ratio. i prepared for...
some very intriguing projects and beautiful bunch of steels here.
me: currently working on realizing i had had a hobby of C&V bikes... #forceawakens
those seatstays looks beefier than ones in keirin trackies...
i mean, awesome!
thanks for the note, SJX426 !
the frame has now found its new home, flying to sunny California this wk.
it has a new chrome Dia Compe headset installed. not the best one, but comes w the purchase for free. :)
ok. it's time to let it go. becoming a cool wall deco is not its faith.
49cm ST, 51cm TT Pinarello Cadore* frame and fork....
that Italvega is gorgeous!
no worries sir. i am on the weird fence of getting rid of it or keeping it for nothing. not doing anything with it, but i am sure gonna regret it once gone... #hoarderbehavior
good luck with...
wait, we're supposed to clean up and regrease the bottom bracket? :rolleyes:
49cm ST, 51cm TT Pinarello 'Cadore' frame, Columbus Matrix. paint condition is challenged, all chrome—which seems rare in Cadore...
first time ever i wish i was taller. what a damn beautiful piece of work...
have been wondering where all those record cranks were hiding... :)
ouch. that hurts, @gaucho777
yeah i hear ya. the hurricane gets spookier by every min. hope you stay out of trouble, sir... worried if Hoboken's gonna get flooded again.
nothing less than expected as usual. a 'chart' and reliable data from Mr. Stan! thank you sir.
splendid! how does it ride?
first line was half kidding, we all can be sentimental for the frame being partially cut off—bottle bosses, derailleur hangers, brake guides etc—for the sake of 'fixie purity'. glad you are...
promise us you are not gonna cut off anything on that frame, please please.
*to answer your question: Tempo is one of highly regarded frames for its tubing material and built quality. more than...
right? spotting a rusty Raleigh Sports is not uncommon in the city area, but this one looked like done well, except the saddle and the seatpost.
a SS converted ole' green Raleigh Sports on the street of Hoboken NJ
when the weight of a bike—while the combination of terminologies is misleading already—really matters/affects:
1. shipping cost
2. when you have to carry it up/down to/from subway stations.
clean and sweet SS conversion of a green Raleigh Sports spotted on Washington St, Hoboken
oh beauty. GLWS!