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Old 07-09-15, 08:30 PM
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Originally Posted by toavii View Post
Indeed. It definitely looks the part of a well made bike. Those visible, small scuffs on the driveside seat stay are the only real visible mares on the frame. Cranks obviously have shoe wear but it happens. We'll have to meet up sometime and you can take a look.
The Atlantas were the "good deal" in the line up. They were priced well below a CSI but you could add custom features to get them close to that performance level.

Shoe wear on the cranks is no biggie. The guy rode the bike and I like that.

Love to see that beauty in person. I am teaching a course and taking one at the moment. Will be finished in a week or so and we should hit the road for a ride.

BTW I wonder if Dave Kirk built this bike? Might be worth posting on PL to get the low down.
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