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Originally Posted by juls View Post
No braze ons for racks; so touring it is not. I have an earlier one (lugged) it is a moderate racer. My bars were steel/changed them out for alloy. It is a nice rider. I believe "kronos" is a type of race. I'm sure the twist shifters can be removed. Probably a small allen screw to loosen. The more knowledgeable will arrive shortly.
Thanks for shining in. My wife took it for a ride and tried out the shifting. She likes it !! I got my $20 worth of fun.

There is a threaded hole in each fork leg to support a front carrier of some sort... loosening the twist-grips by undoing the set screw is easy but I'm wondering how the twisty-grips can be slid over the curved part....

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