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Now at N+2 - Bernard MkII has arrived

Old 01-07-16, 11:17 AM
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Now at N+2 - Bernard MkII has arrived

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I've posted this at the Fixed and the Valuations fora, but it's now arrived on my doorstep so here it is. I got the price down a bit, but I'm dead chuffed. It's in brilliant original condition, and despite the mismatch in parts, is probably in the best state of any of my C&Vs! I've not dated it properly but late 70s I think.

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Old 01-07-16, 11:20 AM
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A couple of repeated pics, I've put the sellers up too.

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Cool bike!
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Suggested knuckle tattoos: NOBR AKES. Do you have a velodrome nearby, or are you one of those daredevils who can survive riding brakeless in the streets?

Either way, what a cool find Thanks for sharing your Euro-world exotica with us.
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Enjoyed seeing it on the other sub forum and again here.

Well done!
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Thank you. Brake solution ordered. I was thinking about putting a different fork on with brake, but the DA headset is very happy where it is, so I'd rather not disturb it. We'll see how it goes.
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Is the Stronglight 105 and actual piste crankset or an adapted road set? Have not seen a 105 piste before. I am reasonably sure they were available.
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Originally Posted by CV-6
Is the Stronglight 105 and actual piste crankset or an adapted road set? Have not seen a 105 piste before. I am reasonably sure they were available.

in image nr. five it can be seen there is no lands to accept an inner c/w. so it was either made that way or the lands were machined away...

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Frame looks bent everywhere. I'll take it off your hands for $20.

Great looking bike.
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Originally Posted by juvela
in image nr. five it can be seen there is no lands to accept an inner c/w. so it was either made that way or the lands were machined away...

wondering too
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Someone purchase this so I don't have to.

vintage B. Carre SUPERATOR frame & fork Super Vitus 971 tubing
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Wish I'd seen this before I ordered the one linked above...
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Wish I'd seen this before I ordered the one linked above...
That's cool!
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A Carre piste! Sweetness!

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