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Sturmey-Archer Heritage :: Introduction
The Biplane fork really makes the 83 stick out.
Is that Powder coat, rattle can, or something else?
I wanted to say "Keep it out of the dirt" but didn't want to sound like a dick saying it. In all seriousness, an old Hardrock ridden on the paved trail is going to last years longer than the same...
Not where I want it yet, but coming together pretty good
In my opinion,
Road bikes began to follow the mountain bikes lead with the sloping top tube. This resulted in a longer seat post. In the early 80's most seat posts were only what, 180mm long?
My buddies 36" (wheel) Colker making my 26" Cruiser look small during yesterdays spin down Alki.
Good stem angle. Looks right.
Dig the Attitude.
Had one in the garage a few weeks ago but traded it off for something else.
Why is my nose so runny:
That white saddle needs to be retired to a Mtn bike or be cleaned up somehow. I think the rest of the bike is too pretty for it. I dig the colors of the bike and a white saddle sure seems proper. The...
1988 Ski Nautique
I am kinda disc brake illiterate. Curious if the disc mount is capable of modern disc's and if so, will you make the switch when the right wheels and brakes come along. I do know...
Beautiful ECS. I think the saddle is taking away from it. Unfortunately, the only white one I have I put on Tat's Davidson a few months ago. How does it fit? Also dug out my RC's will take pics for...
If you need the money, sell it at your leisure. If you have the space and still some desire, hang on to it until the right time comes along.
You guys must hate me.
But then, I am only here for the chicks.
Use Canti's though not V brakes.
The front two bikes both have 2.125 tires mounted. The Moots was designed so it could take either 26" 27" or 700C rims. Thus the tall crown clearance and the adjustable brake mounts. Kent was into,...
Jeff Lyon and Doug Curtiss come to mind as two top tier builders who have offered Road bike frames with un-filed fillets.
My feelings or kittens aren't being stepped on. The topic and dialogue...
You have your part of the world to yourself.
Just find me the right Series 1/2/3 Breezer, Koski, Cunningham, or possibly a Potts.
We will work a deal :)
I was prepping a few of my bikes to take to a show today, but got rained out. Took pictures inside instead:
One of the joys of collecting early Mtn. bikes is, so many of them were fillet brazed:
I have no intentions of ever taking the paint off to find out. I can feel JL shudder as you say that though. As far as the black Ritchey goes: When I got the frame several years ago, it had a...