Guess this is it.
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Guess this is it.
NOS, came complete with the matching proprietary pedals. Very nice, but I only use them with the bike that's got these pedals mounted.
Bought this online last year: a box with seven NOS pairs, six of which were my size. Had them sent to my wife's office address and forgot to tell her ...
Like it! That should clean up pretty well, with the appropriate amount of elbow grease.
Great! We can have a Retroronde reunion. :)
A teaser: one of last year's participants:
Nice! Good for you both.
One of the spelling variations the Dutch use in their ads when selling a mountain bike. And a pretty lame joke.
For those of you who are in or near the Benelux in September: fellow Dutch C&V enthusiast John has organized a C&V ride in the Utrecht area on Sunday September 14.
Mrs non-fixie and yours truly...
I think that you need a Mounting Bike.
Oh dear ...
Sure. Not as many as I'd like, and it involved some clipping, but here we go.
At the start. (I loved the way the mayor, the police chief and the pastor were present at all times during the...
I like it! Great color too. +1 on the alu rims suggestions, and a nicely worn Brooks or Ideale would look (and sit) great too. Otherwise I'd keep it as is. Seriously, if its ride is anywhere near as...
You did pretty well, IIRC. Sailed through the series and well on your way to a podium finish in the criterium final until you got "cavendished" and fell back. And proceedings weren't slow either.
Beautiful bike! Instills a lot of confidence in the rider too, as you can see. :)
Dawes Mirage, dressed up as a Remy Course.
Interesting idea, but I'm not sure I'd put in the effort. But then again space is not a problem for me (yet :rolleyes:)
Thanks. Some other nice suggestions from YT as well!
Sorry, can't help. Looks like a model from the sixties, maybe early seventies. If you haven't done so already have a look here. You could also try the people over here.
Bought as a frame set earlier this year, and built with parts I had lying around and wanted to try out, like a 180 mm crank set. It came out looking rather nice - if I may say so myself, but it needs...
Pretty much anything produced by Lee Perry.
I always keep an eye open for 50 cm bikes, as it's mrs non-fixie's size. The Frejus looks a little bigger.
Oh, yes. High-end step-through frames are rare, and this one's exceptionally beautiful.
Thanks for that. Still think it's a Japanese frame. Have a look at this thread. Same tubing, same serial number format. Not many answers, alas.