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Old 05-01-17, 09:07 PM
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Wife's 1987 Supersport, total redo. Tim
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My 1984 Schwinn Supersport. Tim
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@flying_rhino, interesting that some can go back and forth between different brakes (as I can), and others can't. Your bike is tall, so I assume you have large hands. (But I'm not saying anything else about your anatomy.) One of my bike has old Campagnolo Record single pivot brakes. Without thinking, I apply lots of pressure on the levers. When people try my bike, they say the brakes don't work. They work just fine. I just squeeze harder. For me, it's like going back and forth between two cars, one with manual and the other with automatic transmission.
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2009 Surly Karate Monkey, building it from the frame up. This is just a mockup, I need to figure out how much of the steerer I'm gonna need to cut off.
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Almost done with this '78 Gianni Motta with NR group.
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Originally Posted by arex
2009 Surly Karate Monkey, building it from the frame up. This is just a mockup, I need to figure out how much of the steerer I'm gonna need to cut off.
Looks right for a Surly the way it is.
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1981 (?) Cilo. Don't know much about it, but seems to be a pretty nice frame. Only quirk so far has been a French threaded BB. This is as it arrived to me.


It was originally built up with a full first-generation Dura Ace black group set, which was unfortunately parted out before I got the frame. Replacing it is above my current budget, so I'm going with a 105/600 combination.

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I've got a separate build thread on the Medici, but this morning I finally remembered to replace the cracked upper jockey wheel on my Mexico's SR RD.

I pulled the driveside crankarm and removed the rings to facilitate a complete cleaning of the drivetrain while I was at it. Not that it was loud before, but it should now be silky-smooth and quiet when I next hit the road.

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Rehabbing the Trek 720.
Preparing to braze the FD cable guide back onto my '81 Trek 957. What could go wrong....................
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Originally Posted by ecnewell
1981 (?) Cilo. Don't know much about it, but seems to be a pretty nice frame. Only quirk so far has been a French threaded BB. This is as it arrived to me.


It was originally built up with a full first-generation Dura Ace black group set, which was unfortunately parted out before I got the frame. Replacing it is above my current budget, so I'm going with a 105/600 combination.

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Very nice. I built up a similar Cilo that was made from SLX and had come with full DA kit. As yours, the previous owner parted it out and I built it up with what I had available to me.

Images here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/673386...57664744454711

It was a great rider, but too small for me and therefor a little more flexy than I'd prefer.
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Originally Posted by billytwosheds
Very nice. I built up a similar Cilo that was made from SLX and had come with full DA kit. As yours, the previous owner parted it out and I built it up with what I had available to me.

Images here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/673386...57664744454711

It was a great rider, but too small for me and therefor a little more flexy than I'd prefer.
Wow, really beautiful. I love that red. I just started a Cilo thread--this deserves some love there for sure.
https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vi...tage-cilo.html
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After a major move I am finally getting things up and running at the new place. Before we moved I sold off a lot of bikes so now it is only fair that I get to buy new ones. Currently in the shop:

mid 60s Bianch Specialissima in original condition:



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Dash it all, the Pro Tour was complete, but a shake down run has revealed a few things to be worked out, as expected on any bike, especially with C&V parts. It will be adjusted and made even better (for the person who buys it), and I will be very satisfied with it. Both are important.

Completed my very recently acquired 1987 Schwinn Super Sport. It's looking a lot better than it was when I got it. The "no scratches or dents" line I was given was obviously false (expected that) and the "tuned up in 2016" bit from the ad is/was nearly so. Once again, I make a proper bike out of somebody's leftovers (well, like most of us really). It is so very good, but something about the overall aesthetic composition is off/not just making me desire it. I have a black seatpost on the way (the converted stem and other bits are black), and I think that will match very well.
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Modified the rack on my holdsworth to make it sit more level, hopefully doesn't make it interfere with my pedal stroke. Hasn't stopped raining here in NY so I haven't been able to take it out and test yet.

Ordered some cables for some flip projects i've been sitting on. A mid 80's Raleigh Gran Sport and a Schwinn Impact Pro MOS. Need the garage space for the summer!
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Every month or so, I clean my bike and make sure it's tuned right. Last night was Sunday night, and I was planning to ride to work, so it was a good time.

For some reason, the rear derailleur didn't fall into the top gear (smallest cog), and the cable was too tight. I loosened the cable and readjusted the derailleur. The derailleur didn't look misaligned. But this morning on my ride to work, it was noisy and reluctant to go into some gears, and it even shifted two gears at a time a couple of times. Then I saw that the hanger is bent. Better be more careful. I have a derailleur hanger alignment tool, so I'll use that tonight.
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^Great stuff going on up there all around.
@BlueDevil63, my goodness...

Today I addressed a der. hanger that needed straightening out (hey, ditto @noglider!). I also slapped some old and new-ish parts on the MTB - it should be set for a good while (or until I find an XT wheelset). I grabbed a set of Deore XT FC-M730 crankarms from @mrv recently and a sweet purple anodized bolt set to go along with. The original nutted bottom bracket was thanked for its service. A 115 mm IRD QB55 I had on hand for some reason and a 2.5 mm spacer got the job done.

It looks like I never gave the rims a bath after the last ride...guess that's on the list before the next.

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Someone stole my son's Dawes the other day, so he and I jumped into this old Empire Professional. It took part of a day, but we managed to retain the slightly used look while coming up with a ratty bike that works like a charm. Of course, if he doesn't lock it up, it will follow the fate of the Dawes...



But, by the weekend, I hope to be wrenching this...

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@randyjawa, that Empire looks like a Schwinn LeTour.
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I've been slowly working through building up my Masi Nuova Strada again. Not counting the tragic mish-mash component set it had on it when I bought it, it's had two sets during my ownership of it--first 10s Record/Chorus/carbon bits (which never looked right on it), then 10s DT Dura Ace with 7800 shifters and RX100 brakes (keying the chrome fork with near-chrome polish components).

These originally could be had with either Shimano Sante or the upper half of Campagnolo's component set range. After acquiring a 7400 DA / MAvic MA40 wheelset on my '87 Schwinn Super Sport (6209 parts stock, everywhere else) as a bit of a surprise, and after shuttling nearly all the parts on the Masi to my Peloton, I knew I had enough to put together a nearly complete 7400 group, which would be period correct. The only non-period correct item would be the brake levers as I had unfortunately sold them on a bike late last year. Thankfully, with some work on my part, I put together the new DA-type Super SLR levers (BL-R600s) and they are ready to be mounted.

I could never bring myself to sell the Masi frame, even for a decent amount over the low price I paid for it (and it's in gorgeous shape). "Price point" model or not, the thing is incredibly smooth and looks stunning. I just needed to get a mindset about what I wanted the bike's visual theme to be. So we go period correct, but one-up the Sante with Dura Ace.

As far as hubs go, these are early 7400s with a threaded-on freewheel. I had a spare near-straight-block 7-speed 12-19 7400 Dura Ace FW in the stash and have it mounted. It's a bit of a fun joke, but is currently not funny or fun at all as I somehow overdid my riding on Sunday and strained my left knee pretty good, and to a lesser extent my right knee (in slight compensating for the left). I can still ride, albeit it slowly and cautiously, for the two mile commute to work. It's still faster than a bus, me going so slow. FYI, I had a great time over those four hours on Sunday, biking all over Seattle.

On hubs: I continue to be of the mind that everyone else can have their old Campy hubs, I will take 7400-era Dura Ace hubs 10 times out of 10. My word are they nice and just spiiiiiiiiiinnnnn.

Ok, picture: The dark grey rim was an '80s and certainly late-'80s thing. Michelin Pro3's with yellow walls--a little fun color to match the Masi decals--and it works! Haha. The Turbo saddle is a bit uncomfortable and is thus a placeholder for a white saddle. The Cinelli stem and bars from the SS will stay, but the browned white bar tape will go, as will the 600 levers. I got some free white bar tap which will go on, as will the R600 levers. Looking forward to riding it again and enjoying it.

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Chrome was in bad shape, but it seems to have a clear coat over it. It's a pita to get off, but it's cleaning up nice.







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@sloar , I completely know what you mean with regards to chrome and its clear coat (or whatever it may be after decades of life!). Did that with my chrome Super Le Tour 12.2. When that stuff does come off and the final polish/protecting layer (I used Quick-Glo), it's stunning and very rewarding. I ended up using a spray detailler and a No. 11 X-Acto blade (no handle) held at 90° with light pressure moving side to side etc. to scrape that stuff when it was right by and on the lugs.

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As an update on the Masi, I took a look at the vintage Cannondale thread and drank some of that koolaid again (I have two SR frames) and put those parts on my '89 SR800 (3.0), complete with swapped tan wall tires. All of it as a combination 'Hardman' build with the stiff frame plus aggressive gearing (53/42T front rings, 12-19T 7s cogset in back) and a sort of tribute to the mid-'80s catalog looks of their red bike offerings (think '85-86 top end with Campy). Didn't have the bars taped or cables capped, but the bike was functional. Gave it the beans on my test ride (after not struggling too bad up hills?) and felt it come alive, for pretty much the first time since owning it. Granted, it was fun the first time I rode it, but overall the frame was more passively good, allowing the components to take the spotlight. Now it is the components 'giving back' in a way. Fun!



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I have new decals and Panaracers ordered. Turned out better than expected.



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I enjoy seeing what everyone else is doing. Gets my creative juices going. So I bought a 1984 Univega Alpina Uno Mixte in HOT PINK awhile back. I repacked the hubs and all but the spokes were very coroded. I think they were actually chrome. No amount of scrubbing would get the brown stuff off.
I decided to use the original Ukai 'Speed Line' rims, polish the SunTour XC Sport high flange hubs, but rebuild the wheels with stainless straight guage spokes (3x) and new brass nipples. I sprung for Compass Rat Trap Pass 26 x 2.3" tires. On my rims, the tires are just under 2", but they look great. Original Ukai 'Speedline' Rim by velocivixen, on Flickr
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I have new decals and Panaracers ordered. Turned out better than expected.



Damn! That's gonna look nice! I need a front rack like that.
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