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  1. my Sarroni cost me $780 Australian in late 1983...

    my Sarroni cost me $780 Australian in late 1983 from Europa Cycles in Sydney, frame alone (but included reaming seat tube, facing head tube and BB, thread chasing in BB). About $1000 all up, with...
  2. Meh. most of my bottles are 10 years or more. ...

    Meh. most of my bottles are 10 years or more. Replace em when they break. Who cares about that black gunk that's hard to wash off the inside of the spout and the bottom?

    the most important...
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    AgainOT, but we've been waiting at least 2 months...

    AgainOT, but we've been waiting at least 2 months for this since our local store stopped carrying this (on base BX).

    and we have 6 cats, and nothing else works anywhere near as well.

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    That's a very shiny seatpost!

    That's a very shiny seatpost!
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    It's a Ken Evans. His logo and his brake bridge...

    It's a Ken Evans. His logo and his brake bridge and fork crown.

    He used Cinelli brackets and Campagnolo dropouts/fork ends. Edit: on at least some of his bikes... as QV points out below.
  6. I did for years, especially when racing and...

    I did for years, especially when racing and riding in Taiwan (with altitude: very useful when climbing to 10,000 feet often enough). But not since the last VDO MC1.0 died a couple of years ago.
    ...
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    Giro Brancale from 1985 or so. (not my photo) ...

    Giro Brancale from 1985 or so.
    (not my photo)






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  8. You shouldn't wear your jersey under your bibs. ...

    You shouldn't wear your jersey under your bibs.

    Just saying.
  9. SL? superleggera?

    SL? superleggera?
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    52/15 fixed on the flats. 42/17 SS commuter. ...

    52/15 fixed on the flats.

    42/17 SS commuter. I have hills.
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    Shimano HG-50 or KMC X8 99 or 93 chains. miles...

    Shimano HG-50 or KMC X8 99 or 93 chains. miles of single speed on both.
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    Looks like the seatpost even saw some grease at...

    Looks like the seatpost even saw some grease at some point or another.

    But you'd better pull it and re-lube just to be sure.
  13. Nah.

    Nah.
  14. Um? Oxygen?

    Um? Oxygen?
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    Hey, sorry the tongue-in-cheekness of my comment...

    Hey, sorry the tongue-in-cheekness of my comment didn't make it all the way across.

    but going the 1x7 route is a great idea. that Giant is reasonably heavy so you'd love a bit of range to cope...
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    So, instead of filing the vertical dropouts to...

    So, instead of filing the vertical dropouts to get a good chain length, just add some track ends by welding on a couple pieces of flat bar and slotting them. Should be a ten minute job. no need to...
  17. Children, or child services. Oughta be a law...

    Children, or child services.

    Oughta be a law against that.
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    where's the recommend button?

    where's the recommend button?
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    WTF is up with those spokes?

    WTF is up with those spokes?
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    Hmm. Honest opinion: that bike's way too small...

    Hmm. Honest opinion: that bike's way too small for me.

    and tension your B screw.
  21. He's not an ass. can you say **** on this...

    He's not an ass. can you say **** on this website?
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    It doesn't have fancy lugs or crimped tubes or...

    It doesn't have fancy lugs or crimped tubes or chromed stays, etc. definitely a cheaper Zunow, and it's got a lot of drive side chain stay rust to boot.

    And those paint jobs are hard to duplicate...
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    my oldest steel frame is my Colnago, circa 1983,...

    my oldest steel frame is my Colnago, circa 1983, with at least 200,000 km on it.

    I rode that frame as much and as hard as humanly possible for 25 years, and I still ride it hard occasionally now...
  24. i commute (17 miles, less than an hour with a...

    i commute (17 miles, less than an hour with a lot of climbing) on my 7 kg carbon thingie, or the Zunow if the weather is good... the Colnago singlespeed is for the weekend slow rides with the...
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    thanks for the information. no wonder i've never...

    thanks for the information. no wonder i've never seen one.
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