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Nogliders right. To add to that, I believe it's a personal point in time for each of us. The point in time for each of us must be around the time we look back and say....."I remember wanting one of...
Come on...why did ya slop on the black paint and drill the brakebridge?
Here's my C&V Sunday...A quick Byzantine Liturgy
Followed by a ride
Followed by group hydration exercises
I've always been disappointed in sluggishness (comparatively speaking) of traditional Sport Tour'ers so I've found pushing the envelope a little makes for a fun and practical ride. My favorite thus...
Maybe on the shifters but the Headbadge is Miyata
As for Right/Front, that's correct. All looks fine.
reminds me of a favorite episode......
If I didn't have to be in NYC today...the Trek would be in my car by now!
Ohhh and look whats on sale at ebay
A 1950 Sturmey FM with a Cyclo 2 speed block...but wait, there's more, you get a front wheel...
The jump in gear inches in a 3spd hub is huge, the idea is to split the ratio of the IGH to get some more usable gears. Big jumps in the cog will make for poor shifts.
I've never seen a Enfield with that motor config. I thought Sunbeam but no. Maybe the flag is a false clue, the motor looks pre-war Italian to me.
This reminds me....the workhorse has 2 punctured tubes in the saddlebag......hope it rains soon so I can spend an evening patching
I'm thinking a Brooks swift as the B17 is less sporty...but if I were doin' it, I'd find a like new Ideale saddle or have rhm re-build one.
Wife: Going for a ride?
Me: Uhhhh...(brain shuts down desired response)....Yes dear.
Nice, you should be able to date some of the components: hub, chainring, trigger. If they are consistent do some comparison research on the CB links Big Block mentions and you'll be golden.
I'd ride, failure would be slow and progressive. Just keep an eye on the area for a while then
The only caveat, they may have a wheelset that is less than perfect, not wanting to ruin their ebay score, you may get that one.
I got my stuff the old fashion way....I bought it!
Like this.....I'm not too keen on tmh657's approach
Tips, legs, ends, lateral, shamteral....whatever, I think the alignment is off.
You win! That is super cool, how about a pic. of the entire bike.
$10 says the fork ends are out of alignment.
Simple, I use this stuff
Yes, Bang out the Crank, ride and retell the story every chance you get
As you say.... Go to the dark side with a triplized Nuovo record but buy another vintage..Grail type frame to...
Need detailed pictures