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Unofficial Eroica California 2019 BF C&V Thread - Reg, info, roll call and more!

Old 03-07-19, 03:39 PM
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What do you guys recommend for high visibility lighting front and rear in general? Gotta see and be seen!
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What do you guys recommend for high visibility lighting front and rear in general? Gotta see and be seen!

I have this Lezyne light on my vintage bike and the chrome version doesn't look too out-of-place on vintage aluminum bars...

https://www.lezyne.com/product-led-perf-power1100i.php
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Italvega Gran Rally or close to it. On second thought gold would go with existing gold edged headbadge. What is the BB serial number again? 71-73 used gold lettering, I think 74 transitioned to black logos and letter on light colors.

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Nuovo Record or Super Record could be pretty close too.

Velocals.com - nice part is different colors are available, direct or via eBay
Standard italvega Super Speciale set
https://www.velocals.com/italvega-su...of-10-sku-774/

Italvega Build-A-Set with various types but no Gran Rally, maybe build a Gran Record?
https://www.velocals.com/italvega-build-a-set/

Grand Turismo in Italvega / Torpado script, choice of color
https://www.velocals.com/italvega-gr...-choose-color/

Univega Gran Rally in 1978-79 Univega font
https://www.velocals.com/univega-gra...-choose-color/

Univega Gran Turismo 78-79 Univega Font
https://www.velocals.com/univega-gra...-choose-color/

Univega Gran Premio 78-78 Univega Font
https://www.velocals.com/univega-gra...-choose-color/

Nishiki Gran Tour with font similar to Original Italvega logo font, not script model font
https://www.velocals.com/nishiki-gra...oice-of-color/

Raleigh Grand Sport in similar font to Italvega original script font
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At this point I'm 80% certain I'll be doing the Piedras Blancas route. I had big plans for lots of riding to be ready for the 75 mile route, but a couple of business trips are going to have me away from the bike for about three weeks at the beginning of March, so reality is starting to set in.

On the plus side, the 35 mile route makes it more practical for me to ride the Gios.
I'll be riding the Piedras Blancas route this year as well. Where are the 5 miles of gravel? The only gravel I see is the short ride from the highway to the lighthouse. I thought I saw an earlier version of the route that went onto the Santa Rosa Creek Trail on the way back into Cambria, but it's not on the official Ride with GPS map. With 4 weeks to go I still haven't finalized my bike choice and build. I'm leaning towards my Eisentraut or maybe my Olmo, but both have minimal clearance for any tire bigger than a 23. If the only gravel is at the lighthouse turnaround, I'll probably just go with the 23's unless the there's a chance of a lot of rain.
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Interesting project. I'm setting up a bike for L'Eroica Gaiole this year. I'm missing part of one foot, so mastering the pedal clips presents an interesting challenge for me. I have the local shoemaker modifying a shoe and I'm looking into modifying one of the pedal cages as well. Please keep us posted on your progress.
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If there is a lot of rain, 23s or 25s or 20whatevers. I'm gonna lower my seat, loosen my straps and keep the camera ready.
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Catching up on Eroica 2019 registrations. I'm collating separate CR and BF attendee Google spreadsheets (and yes, there will be some overlap) to gauge attendance and interest for this year's event. I haven't had nearly as much time to seek out and invite folks this year but I hope everyone has encouraged someone they know or met to attend and ride. Hopefully, we'll exceed the 1100 Classic Eroica riders and the ~100 NOVA Eroica riders of 2018. The change to Cambria will be interesting for sure as will the new routes.

For the purposes of the spreadsheet please list the following info. You can copy, fill in and paste the info below to your reply if that makes it easier. If you wish to send it to me privately, please send to mech986 at Yahoo dot com. All information will remain confidential. If you wish to be contactable from other members who don't already have your info, let me know. I will furnish links to anyone in the group who would like to see the spreadsheet. I'll try to publish an abridged version without contact info here to advise who is on the list although editing is difficult.

1. First name, Last name, CR or BF alternate name, email address (optional), phone number (optional), City, State

2. Route (35 Piedras Blancas (PB), 75 Santa Lucia (SL), 82 La Villa Dello Scalatore (LVDS), 110 Heroic (H) ). New info request this year - F/R gearing (Ex. 52/42/26 - 14-32 5 speed), Tires and sizes (ex. - Compass Bon Jon Pass EL 700Cx35), How good a climber are you - (Exc, Good, Fair, Poor, Flats only!)

3. Primary Riding Bike - year, Make, Model. Color (optional). Additional Bikes for Display (DIS) or Concours (CC).

4. Any additional activities - Swap vendor, Display, concours, judging, pre-race rides, Friday BBQ or Saturday Eroica Cena dinner, etc. or where you are staying.

Thanks for all your input and hope to see everyone who is attending. I hope everyone has already sorted out their ride and dinner reservations on the new myeroica.cc site.
I think it will be a lot of fun, suffering, and a true challenge. Especially if the weather is less than ideal! Only 4 weeks left to prepare!!

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Originally Posted by mech986 View Post
Italvega Gran Rally or close to it. On second thought gold would go with existing gold edged headbadge. What is the BB serial number again? 71-73 used gold lettering, I think 74 transitioned to black logos and letter on light colors.

Cyclomondo.net Australia so order quick to arrive in time
Italvega in Gold but black also available, direct or via eBay
CYCLOMONDO - Italian A to M

[img]blob:https://www.bikeforums.net/07d9ecaa-...f-e8870f2a0021

Nuovo Record or Super Record could be pretty close too.

Velocals.com - nice part is different colors are available, direct or via eBay
Standard italvega Super Speciale set
https://www.velocals.com/italvega-su...of-10-sku-774/

Italvega Build-A-Set with various types but no Gran Rally, maybe build a Gran Record?
https://www.velocals.com/italvega-build-a-set/

Grand Turismo in Italvega / Torpado script, choice of color
https://www.velocals.com/italvega-gr...-choose-color/

Univega Gran Rally in 1978-79 Univega font
https://www.velocals.com/univega-gra...-choose-color/

Univega Gran Turismo 78-79 Univega Font
https://www.velocals.com/univega-gra...-choose-color/

Univega Gran Premio 78-78 Univega Font
https://www.velocals.com/univega-gra...-choose-color/

Nishiki Gran Tour with font similar to Original Italvega logo font, not script model font
https://www.velocals.com/nishiki-gra...oice-of-color/

Raleigh Grand Sport in similar font to Italvega original script font
https://www.velocals.com/grand-sport...decals-1-pair/




Well, I am not sure I can make it happen by Eroica or not . I will give it a try. I am really busy at work. The serial # 209747. I think , as you have stated before , this is 09/1972 build. I agree with the gold and maybe leave top tube blank. The witness of the original is still there. I went for a 25 miler yesterday and it seems ready. I have cured the chain problem and now it shifts like a dream. With the 41 tooth front sprocket and the 28 tooth cog on the freewheel I just got from Pastor Bob at the Freewheel Spa , this is my best climbing bike I own! I did some pretty steep hills yesterday and did not have to leave the saddle. Joe
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I just heard that the Encino Velodrome Swap Meet got rescheduled to Apr 6, from the rained out March date. Bummer, Eroica weekend. I always find useful stuff in Encino.
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I Guess I'll go first.
It would be good if riders could include a bike picture too, I think.

Steve Light, BF as Slightspeed,
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Rather not give phone no.
Coastal 35 mile route
1964 Legnano Roma, 52/42 Campy crank, 6 speed 28t freewheel. I'm a fair climber, (made it up Gibralter Road last December, but not with these gears). Tires are Panaracer Pasela 28 clinchers.
Will attend the swap meet, undecided about entering the Concours, or dinner plans.
We're staying on Moonstone Drive at the Sea Otter.

I rode most of the coastal route at Thanksgiving (as I understood it then) on my Raleigh Super Course, with a triple crank and a 34t Megarange rear. I think the Legnano will handle Highway 1 just fine, and I'm just not in shape for the hillier other routes.
Hope to see everyone there,
Thanks "Mech" for getting everyone on the same page. I missed the Pasadena Vintage last month with the iffy rain, hope its better for Cambria!

New wheelbuild, new Paselas, ready to roll. Hope the rider is! Yeah, I know I still need to re-install the evil toe clips. Probably do new bar tape too.

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Originally Posted by Slightspeed View Post
I Guess I'll go first.
It would be good if riders could include a bike picture too, I think.

Steve Light, BF as Slightspeed,
email slight6729@aol.com
Los Angeles, CA
Rather not give phone no.
Coastal 35 mile route
1964 Legnano Roma, 52/42 Campy crank, 6 speed 28t freewheel. I'm a fair climber, (made it up Gibralter Road last December, but not with these gears). Tires are Panaracer Pasela 28 clinchers.
Will attend the swap meet, undecided about entering the Concours, or dinner plans.
We're staying on Moonstone Drive at the Sea Otter.

I rode most of the coastal route at Thanksgiving (as I understood it then) on my Raleigh Super Course, with a triple crank and a 34t Megarange rear. I think the Legnano will handle Highway 1 just fine, and I'm just not in shape for the hillier other routes.
Hope to see everyone there,
Thanks "Mech" for getting everyone on the same page. I missed the Pasadena Vintage last month with the iffy rain, hope its better for Cambria!
New wheelbuild, new Paselas, ready to roll. Hope the rider is! Yeah, I know I still need to re-install the evil toe clips. Probably do new bar tape too.
The phrase "Discretion is the better part of valor" comes to mind. I think you're probably in better climbing condition than I am but I'm going to try the 75 mile route and see how far I can get in the allotted time.
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Originally Posted by Slightspeed View Post
I Guess I'll go first.
It would be good if riders could include a bike picture too, I think.

Steve Light, BF as Slightspeed,
email slight6729@aol.com
Los Angeles, CA
Rather not give phone no.
Coastal 35 mile route
1964 Legnano Roma, 52/42 Campy crank, 6 speed 28t freewheel. I'm a fair climber, (made it up Gibralter Road last December, but not with these gears). Tires are Panaracer Pasela 28 clinchers.
Will attend the swap meet, undecided about entering the Concours, or dinner plans.
We're staying on Moonstone Drive at the Sea Otter.

I rode most of the coastal route at Thanksgiving (as I understood it then) on my Raleigh Super Course, with a triple crank and a 34t Megarange rear. I think the Legnano will handle Highway 1 just fine, and I'm just not in shape for the hillier other routes.
Hope to see everyone there,
Thanks "Mech" for getting everyone on the same page. I missed the Pasadena Vintage last month with the iffy rain, hope its better for Cambria!

New wheelbuild, new Paselas, ready to roll. Hope the rider is! Yeah, I know I still need to re-install the evil toe clips. Probably do new bar tape too.
I am also doing the 35 mile route. I look forward to seeing all of you there. I have posted a picture of my ride before, but here's another just 'cuz you asked! Joe Spittle , Santa Paula California AKA Kabuki12

1972 ItalVega Gran Rally after final tweaking from last Sunday.

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2. Route 110 Heroic (H) ), 52/39- 11-30 7 speed), gravel kings 700Cx28 (if i can get the damn things on!), How good a climber are you - (i do well on my carbon bike with cleats and compact 50/35--12/29, but i am scared with the heavier bike, toe clips and the gearing.)
I may throw a late 1990s Centaur triple on there ( i am definitely bringing it along in case!)

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4. staying at Gugie central (bridge street B&B. bringing wife for a nice weekend away/
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Hello, everyone. This will be my first Eroica. I'm looking forward to the ride and meeting some BF folks (and checking out their C&V bikes in person, of course!) Here's my info...

1. Name: Michael (AKA. Rippstar) / PM for e-mail and mobile# / Location: Los Angeles, CA

2. Route: 82 La Villa Dello Scalatore (LVDS) / Gearing: 53/42–13/28 (6-speed) / Tires: Panaracer Pasela ProTite folding clinchers 700Cx25 / Climbing: Generally "good" though I'm definitely a spinner, not a grinder.

3. Bike: 1984 Bianchi Campione D'Italia / Color: Cream (or as the '84 Bianchi catalogue described it, "Milano White") http://bulgier.net/pics/bike/Catalogs/Bianchi-84/4.jpg

4. Additional Activities: Saturday Eroica Cena dinner / Lodging: Staying with family in SLO
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Originally Posted by mech986 View Post
Catching up on Eroica 2019 registrations. I'm collating separate CR and BF attendee Google spreadsheets (and yes, there will be some overlap) to gauge attendance and interest for this year's event. I haven't had nearly as much time to seek out and invite folks this year but I hope everyone has encouraged someone they know or met to attend and ride. Hopefully, we'll exceed the 1100 Classic Eroica riders and the ~100 NOVA Eroica riders of 2018. The change to Cambria will be interesting for sure as will the new routes.

For the purposes of the spreadsheet please list the following info. You can copy, fill in and paste the info below to your reply if that makes it easier. If you wish to send it to me privately, please send to mech986 at Yahoo dot com. All information will remain confidential. If you wish to be contactable from other members who don't already have your info, let me know. I will furnish links to anyone in the group who would like to see the spreadsheet. I'll try to publish an abridged version without contact info here to advise who is on the list although editing is difficult.

1. First name, Last name, CR or BF alternate name, email address (optional), phone number (optional), City, State

2. Route (35 Piedras Blancas (PB), 75 Santa Lucia (SL), 82 La Villa Dello Scalatore (LVDS), 110 Heroic (H) ). New info request this year - F/R gearing (Ex. 52/42/26 - 14-32 5 speed), Tires and sizes (ex. - Compass Bon Jon Pass EL 700Cx35), How good a climber are you - (Exc, Good, Fair, Poor, Flats only!)

3. Primary Riding Bike - year, Make, Model. Color (optional). Additional Bikes for Display (DIS) or Concours (CC).

4. Any additional activities - Swap vendor, Display, concours, judging, pre-race rides, Friday BBQ or Saturday Eroica Cena dinner, etc. or where you are staying.

Thanks for all your input and hope to see everyone who is attending. I hope everyone has already sorted out their ride and dinner reservations on the new myeroica.cc site.
I think it will be a lot of fun, suffering, and a true challenge. Especially if the weather is less than ideal! Only 4 weeks left to prepare!!

Bart
1. Keith Dunlop, BF name "keithdunlop", San Luis Obispo, CA (L' Eroica is a local ride for me!)
2. Route = 75 Santa Lucia. Gearing = 52/42, 14-28 6-speed. Vittoria Corsa Control clinchers 700x28, good climber.
3. Bike = mid-80's Bottecchia, white.
4. Will be checking out the swap meet on Saturday and maybe attend the dinner.
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I will be on my Moser with 6 speed Super Record 13-26 back, 46-34 VO cheater crank. I’m a good climber but not in long distance shape right now, so using that for insurance in the late day climbs.
I can’t remember if I signed up for the dinner; need to get my Eroica page issue sorted out. I will be in the Palazzo with the BF crowd, getting into town on Friday.

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Weren’t we going to use the google groups? That worked out so well last year (thanks @gugie for setting it up)


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Weren’t we going to use the google groups? That worked out so well last year (thanks @gugie for setting it up)


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Hey Joe,

Yes, but I think I'm setting it up separately this year, I'm not aware that Gugie set up a different one for 2019.

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Hey Joe,

Yes, but I think I'm setting it up separately this year, I'm not aware that Gugie set up a different one for 2019.
Thanks Bart for taking this on.

I will say i was more comfortable sharing the email and phone through the google groups process, rather than posting on a public forum.
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Yes, but I think I'm setting it up separately this year, I'm not aware that Gugie set up a different one for 2019.
Bart , If you want my cel # or are planning to get together, PM me . Joe
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Sorry for the confusion friends. Please PM any confidential info to me directly if you don't want it out here in public or only put it into the google spreadsheet link I send to you, hopefully soon. Edit your info out in your post if you prefer.

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My IPad shows 5 days of rain predicted for the last week of March. AND...winds 13-15mph each day!
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My IPad shows 5 days of rain predicted for the last week of March. AND...winds 13-15mph each day!
Yikes! Last road cleaning before we get there, have 5 days to dry out!

Classtime, are you coming with the Schwinn Circuit and riding the Heroic? That's the only route that hits Cass Winery this year.
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