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Old 03-12-24, 05:21 AM
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Originally Posted by merziac
Source of that rack plz?
Like VintageSteelEU said; Focus Adventure Rack

They go out of stock quickly but do come back in stock on a regular basis. It's not necessarily much lighter than a traditional rack at 390 grams but it is quite useful since you can easily strap a lot of things to it.

I'm tempted to have a framebuilder make me a lighter stainless steel model some time.
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I commuted today on my newly built wheel today. As expected, shifting was improved since I'm not mixing two different standards of cable pull length. But it's still not great. Sometimes I clicked the shifter and nothing happened, and I had to click it again. I tested going into the smallest cog, something I rarely need. It shifted after a delay. It's not the worst thing, but it's not great. I'll see if I have friction in the cable.
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Finally got to take my DX-3000 for a test ride today. I know some will consider the mods anathema, but I was pretty stoked about how it rode. It was my first time building a set of wheels--they stayed true after the 9 mile test. About 1/2 mile was an old railroad trail, so I even got some good bumps in and the tires held up great. That was my biggest concern and I'm pumped I got it right the first time (at least it seems so far).

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  • 2x7 MicroNew Brake/shifters
  • 650b Soma Weymouth rims
  • 1.5" Gravelking SS setup tubeless
  • 7 speed Uniglide cassette (keeping my eyes open for a hyperglide hub for the future)
  • DuraAce 32h hubs front and rear
  • Shimano Ultegra QR skewers bc why not a bit of extra bling?
  • Yokozuna long reach brakes
  • Kalloy 60mm tall stem for a bit more relaxed position
  • Fizik Arione saddle

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Been playing with the sportif concept for the past weeks. Getting close to something I like.


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@cleverbeefalo, welcome to bikeforums. Look around, and you'll see many of us like mods like yours, and we call them neo-retro.

@non-fixie, that's very pretty. And practical.
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Originally Posted by noglider
@cleverbeefalo, welcome to bikeforums. Look around, and you'll see many of us like mods like yours, and we call them neo-retro.
Appreciate the lingo. Thanks for the info and welcome!
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Originally Posted by noglider
@non-fixie, that's very pretty. And practical.
Thanks, Tom. You made me think of a comment you made a while ago, and I realized that at this rate of progress I'll be here at least another twenty years ....
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@non-fixie, that was quite a long time ago! And I see you and I joined BF in the same year.
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Originally Posted by merziac
i kinda like the 80's BMX rear safety brake a a bit of though back to the 80's on a 50's bike.
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Originally Posted by noglider
@non-fixie, that was quite a long time ago! And I see you and I joined BF in the same year.
Yes! Happy Crystal Anniversary!
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Originally Posted by zukahn1
i kinda like the 80's BMX rear safety brake a a bit of though back to the 80's on a 50's bike.
It already had a hole in the bridge and I had some old brakes so I put one on it.
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As I'm starting the reassembly of my 1955 Liberia on this thread, I'm starting the refurbishment of this 1980(?) Columbia. These were made by the Carlton workers who stayed behind in Worksop after the brand moved to Nottingham under Raleigh.






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Some new pedal cages on the go

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Some new pedal cages on the go
I saw the drawing scrolling through and was very confused about what was being made... then saw what they were. So cool! Did you use a mill or a drill press & jig?
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The Dura Ace Headset 7410 on my De rosa Planet in Dedacciai 7003 was particularly seized up, I have removed the bolt that maintained the 3TTT STATUS quill stem but couldn't move the stem nor untighten the Dura Ace 7410 headset completely so gave it to my bike tech to do it, I told him to be careful since that De Rosa is a rare and valuable frame to me.
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Originally Posted by cleverbeefalo
I saw the drawing scrolling through and was very confused about what was being made... then saw what they were. So cool! Did you use a mill or a drill press & jig?
Water jet?
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Water jet?
Considering the precision, I bet you're right. My mind wouldn't have even thought of that considering the cost of a water jet... would be so sweet to have access to use one for things like this or for cutting plane blade slots.
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Originally Posted by cleverbeefalo
Considering the precision, I bet you're right. My mind wouldn't have even thought of that considering the cost of a water jet... would be so sweet to have access to use one for things like this or for cutting plane blade slots.
Merz had some done quite awhile back for some vintage Campy BMX pedals that he used on his MTB.

He's not one to let somebody else do things for him but considering the challenge and how good they turn out, he went there.

Pretty sure he had an in with whoever did them for him.
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Bicycle for Vanuatu

I picked up this near mint green MTB for $10.00 for a Vanuatuan seasonal worker to take back to Vanuatu. I've packed the bearings full of grease and made it as durable as I can but it's going to lead a hard life in a remote location on Tanna island. I'll include tires, tools and spare parts along with a crash course in maintenance...
It's the 4th bike I've taken or sent to Vanuatu. I didn't take so much care with the earlier ones. Photo shows me trying to fix one that's worn out on Epi island. Gritty, volcanic soil, 4WD roads, humidity and rain take a toll quickly.
Last photo of my wife with the young girl shows the joy we all get and love to share from riding a bike...... Taken in Port Vila, a few meters from here we lived.


On Epi island. Tari, Jackie, me and the chief of the neighboring village try to find a puncture

Ohlen area, Port Vila.
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I'm starting the refurbishment of this 1980(?) Columbia. These were made by the Carlton workers who stayed behind in Worksop after the brand moved to Nottingham under Raleigh.
I wasn't aware of that story and the brand, but that bike looks really nice. Like a Worksop product, in fact. Thanks for sharing it here!
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Not very ambitious today, I'm afraid. I did plan the next 3 builds and thought what's going to go on each.
Superator / B Carre frame is going to be built up as vintage lightweight with a mix of Suntour Superbe (derailleurs, brakes, brake levers + Sprint shifters and NewWinner freewheel), SR Royal (crankset, bottom bracket, stem, handlebar) and European components (Maillard 700 hubs, Excellight rims, Selle San Marco saddle) and hopefully land below 8kg for the whole bicycle. Fingers crossed. This will likely be repainted in Autumn to red metallic.
C5 is going to be all Motobecane components (Including Huret Success Titane derailleurs, Stronglight 105 crankset, BB, Motobecane / Stronglight headset, Weinmann brakes and levers, Belleri stem and handlebar, SImplex SLJ shifters, Normandy Luxe Competition hubs, MA40 rims, San Marco Concor saddle) with SR Laprade seatpost and Suntour freewheel - so this will be almost factory default, with the exception of shifters (which would be Huret), freewheel and saddle (which would be Superleggera). Probably it would have come with Pelissier 1000 hubs originally, but I'm not a fan. Some of them would have come with Campy hubs or regular basic Maillard or even Normandy LC like the ones I'm going to use, so I feel the latter hubset will be a good choice. Original rims would be either Wolber Super Champion or Weinmann concave rims (which I have), but I prefer double wall rims and I happen to have MA40s in a decent shape. Still waiting for the frame and need to see if the paint is original (looked a bit too good in the photos). It doesn't have "Huret Titane" decal on the DS chainstay, so if the paint is original, it probably came equipped with Simplex derailleurs.
C41, which currently has mostly Shimano 600EX SIS components with Cinelli stem and bar is going to be upgraded with Suntour Sprint (derailleurs, crankset, brakes), Dia Compe shifters and brake levers and possibly SR stem and handlebar. I'll stick with Italia Turbo and the current SR Laprade seatpost. It will be getting Excellence / Sunshine wheelset. This one is due a visit at a frame builder in a couple of months to restore FD cable guide on the bottom bracket shell and will be repainted in either pearlescent white or silver metallic over the Summer.
Grand Sprint is going to be rebuilt with parts box stuff. Suntour Vx derailleurs and Power Shifters, unknown, but sturdy rims with some large flange hubs (Altenburger, I think) or regular Maillard ones (depending on the spokes I have), Cinelli Stem and bar, probably Weinmann centrepull brakes and levers. I'll have to get a crankset for this one, but I'll decide on that when I know which BB I have left for this bicycle. And then it will be given away to a friend.
Matsu|****a Superbe is nigh on perfect the way it is. But a few changes I'm planning for it are easy enough. I still have to find some time and finish the Excellight / Superbe wheelset for it, but I felt bad for not doing any wrenching this week, so decided to at least change the saddle from San Marco Regal Evo, (which will go on the Superator as it's the lightest saddle I have) to San Marco Concor Light. That's a few yers newer than the bicycle and Italian, but Ariake saddles are not easy to find in the UK without paying an arm and a leg for them.



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After. Still needs adjustments
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I got my Simplex SLJ shifteres delivered today. Overall, they are in good condition (and the new cables are definitely a plus, was running out of these), but there was a bit of gunk on the spring. I took them apart, cleaned, re-greased and put back together. It seems, looking at the diagram, there is one spacer missing on the NDS side and both on the DS were sitting together underneath the lever. I separated the ones on the DS and still have to go through my box with weird small parts and look for one to put on the NDS, but the shifters seem to be working fine. Hopefully, but the next weekend, I should be able to make a start assembling C5, when the frame arrives.




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I'm still working on being able to throw a leg over in late May.

The cast came off and stitches came out on the 12th and back in the boot until April 9th. PT follows. Good thing about the PT is that the therapist is my neighbor across the street. Beats the heck out of the 30 miles each way we have to drive to see the bone doc.
The saddle that is slightly less crappy than the saddles in my parts pile should be here tomorrow for the Everton. Then, when I can move the big kid ride on toys out of the way, I can put the final touches on it.
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