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Old 01-22-14, 06:45 PM   #1
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Let's see some of your geared bikes 2015

This is a continuation of this older thread: Let's see some of your geared bikes........ (retired)

Feel free to repost your bikes if you see fit.

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@johnnytheboy- Ballin! That's a very nice stable.
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@johnnytheboy- Ballin! That's a very nice stable.
Agreed. Diggin the Krampus.

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drop bar panny is hot.
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some of mine that missed the last thread

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Minis...

Custom P20 tourer...


Raleigh 20 - stock 3 speed


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Sixty fiver , nice Moulton. Nice P20 also, is that frame stock?

Since we are doing small wheels...

my mini velo touring rig.
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Sixty fiver , nice Moulton. Nice P20 also, is that frame stock?

Since we are doing small wheels...

my mini velo touring rig.
The P20 started out a a stock Phillip's 20 and has seen extensive frame modifications that I did while I was apprenticing as a frame builder... I replaced the rer triangle and built a custom fork, added cable guides, and bottle mounts.

I am in the process of building a custom 2 piece stem so that it will be easier to break the bike down for air travel.
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Nice work! did you increase the wheelbase in the process?
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Nice work! did you increase the wheelbase in the process?
I increased the rear chainstay by an inch, altered the bottom bracket drop, and built a lower trail fork (which is suspension corrected)... this gives the bike normal pedal clearance with 175mm cranks and improved the handling, especially at high speed.
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Sixty fiver , nice Moulton. Nice P20 also, is that frame stock?

Since we are doing small wheels...

my mini velo touring rig.
Looks like a sweet rig... you probably know that one should not judge a bike by it's wheel size.
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