A couple of pieces to swap and it's good to go!
Here are a few...I will have to dig up pictures of the San Rensho and the Carrera Track Bike (Stephen Roche model).
Some of these were set up for group rides on the road or for training on the road, so I threw a temporary front brake on them.
The current project...I will post new pics when I have a chance and when I have all of the parts.
One of my four track bikes.
1973 Atala track
Newer pic of my street fg running a new smaller cog after a drome session.
Vintage De Rosa
Updated pics of the Gios....please let me know if you ever find a correct fork for my bike...I would be indebted to you for life :)
No toe clips or straps?
My suggestion: Box section tubulars (preferably GL330's or GEL280's), 36h 4 cross, tied and soldered. Take it ALL the way to the old school!
On the practical side, I've heard some people do not recommend radial lacing with those hubs. While they are beautiful hubs (and definitely right for that bike!) it is said that that period was not Campy's best in terms of quality control. There have been some broken hubs, it seems.
Gios still makes them. They're not available from their US distributor, but I'm sure you could track one down if you emailed them.
Very nice...thanks...I wonder if they do it in the original chrome? I will look into it.
^^^^^What tape is that? ...very nice. Is it white with some red? It is tough to tell. I like it.
here is my Vintage Zollo track bike. I have since upgraded to a Campagnolo crank and a brooks swift saddle.