Old 08-01-20, 09:28 AM
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Markeologist
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Bikes: Since new: 1986 Rodriguez Tandem, 1992/93 Burley Rock-n-Roll, 1985 Fisher Comp, 1987 Puch Pro, two 1992 Bridgestone X0-1s; Projects: 1966/67 Gitane Champion du Monde, 1960s Bernard Carre, two 1987 Gitane Team Pros, 1978 Ritchey Palo Alto Road Tandem

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Great info, much appreciated Mark B. I’ve been riding tandems since the 1980s and I just don’t recall seeing Gen 1 Dura Ace tandem cranksets...mostly TAs on bikes from the pre-Specialized era, then lots of Specialized and Sugino appeared. There were always those who had beautiful Campy NR set-ups. I have the Specialized tandem cranksets on my 86 Rodriguez, they have held up incredibly well.

As I noted initially, my new Ritchey has a Specialized triple on the stokers position. I assume a previous owner wanted a triple without going through the bother of drilling the original Dura Ace. I’ll ride it this way for a bit while I search for a Gen 1 Dura Ace drive side side crank...maybe find a triple-mod version off a Santana...anybody have one of those out there? Thanks again, Mark(eologist).

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