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Old 03-09-19, 10:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr. 66 View Post
Nice presentation great job with your bikes to. I like the parts tank, for some reason I feel like you planted a ball bearing and it sprouted a group!

Hi Mr.66! Thanks for your compliment & comments. You really have good imagination & it was my dream. I always dream to plant something small & can harvest a bunch of parts or group sets...hahaha.

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how about another video talking about the bikes? were you able to find these bikes locally? what is the bicycling culture like in Vietnam, what do most people ride....etc.

nice collection.
Hi Duo!

With the nice compliments from many of you since yesterday, I will ask my brother to take some more clips for each bike (more in details) for sharing with you. But I will let the images and captions do the job telling you about the bikes, not me to speak because English is not my native language, my expression might not be understood well...

Most of my bikes except for the Saronni by Colnago (acquired from Italy as a whole bike) are sourced as framesets from eBay & from local (Vietnam). Most of cyclists in Vietnam prefer to buy & use modern bikes (aluminum, carbon fiber, titanium), not vintage steel bikes. Only some small communities are with C&V. In North Vietnam, people mostly indulge in classic city/touring bikes from France like Peugeot, Motobecane, Mercier, etc while in South Vietnam, we are in love with classic/vintage steel bikes (pro-racing road bikes) from Italy, UK, France, Belgium & Japan.

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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman View Post
Cool bikes and nice, fluid camera work. Is there a Steadicam effect available for smartphones these days?

I liked that Simplex-In-Gipemme-Clothing rear derailleur early on. Never seen one of those before.
Hi Lascauxcaveman!

The video clip was taken by an iPhone 7 & edited by iMovie right on the phone. The steadiness was by the way of filming by the cameraman (my bro).

In 1980's, Gipiemme introduced some group sets (Crono Special & Crono Sprint) with rebadged RD & FD from Simplex, rebadged brake sets from Modolo. The group set on my Battaglin is Gipiemme Crono Sprint which is 2nd in the line (similar to Nuovo Gran Sport or Victory of Campagnolo).

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Old 03-09-19, 11:18 PM
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Originally Posted by kcblair View Post
Nice collection, thanks for sharing, from the other side of the world. Where do you find collections like that , in your part of the world ? KB
Hi kcblair!

As I said above when answering to other member, I sourced bikes as framesets & parts separately from eBay & from local. Did the retouch, restoration & building up by myself. I started this hobby 6 years ago.
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Most excellent. Which is your favorite?
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Most excellent. Which is your favorite?
Hi Sir_Name! I love them all. Each one has its own character & beauty.
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Hi Sir_Name! I love them all. Each one has its own character & beauty.
Each of my bikes are my favorites as well. Nicely done!
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Each of my bikes are my favorites as well.
My wife does not even ask any more. The answer is always "the one I rode today" or "the one I'm planning to ride tomorrow".
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Thank you! I like everything about the room and the art of making this film.
The word "Cave" doesn't do your room justice.
Hi SpeedofLite! I think mancave is still an appropriate word as it is where I can do whatever I want to do. It's too small to have any other word for the expression or calling. Any ideas?

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that room has a feel of 'sophisticated ambience'.

A most excellent collection. How many years in the making???
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Hi SpeedofLite! I think mancave is still an appropriate word as it is where I can do whatever I want to do. It's too small to have any other word for the expression or calling. Any ideas?

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that room has a feel of 'sophisticated ambience'.

A most excellent collection.
Well, it's your room, so....
But because you asked....and please note I was the kid whose artwork in middle school all the other kids laughed at....here goes:

I think Wildwood has also sensed it, as I'm sure many others have.
If it were my room and my heritage, I would look for (or make up) the Vietnamese equivalent of "man cave" at the very least.
But even better would be the Vietnamese equivalent of something more sophisticated that still conveys a place where a man can go to be himself and think, solve, and create.
If all your bikes were French or Italian, then maybe use one of those languages instead.
But it appears you have an international collection of beauties -- sort of a Miss World pageant.
I really think Vietamese is best. And if there isn't a word in Vietnamese for your room, go to your mancave, think about it, and create one.

There you go. Hopefully nobody laughs at me, I still have scars from middle school.
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Hi kcblair!

As I said above when answering to other member, I sourced bikes as framesets & parts separately from eBay & from local. Did the retouch, restoration & building up by myself. I started this hobby 6 years ago.
Great, you sure have an international collection. Enjoy riding . KB
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6 years.
You keep at it well.
I have no patience for perfection.
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that room has a feel of 'sophisticated ambience'.

A most excellent collection. How many years in the making???
Hi Wildwood! Thanks for your comments. My collection was started 6 years ago but the mancave was just set up & completed in 3 months of time since end 2018.
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Nice bikes, I am just to the east of you in Cambodia and have gotten one bike from Vietnam and it was a Zunow that was in real bad shape. I see that you have no Drop bars any reason why?
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Originally Posted by SpeedofLite View Post
Well, it's your room, so....
But because you asked....and please note I was the kid whose artwork in middle school all the other kids laughed at....here goes:

I think Wildwood has also sensed it, as I'm sure many others have.
If it were my room and my heritage, I would look for (or make up) the Vietnamese equivalent of "man cave" at the very least.
But even better would be the Vietnamese equivalent of something more sophisticated that still conveys a place where a man can go to be himself and think, solve, and create.
If all your bikes were French or Italian, then maybe use one of those languages instead.
But it appears you have an international collection of beauties -- sort of a Miss World pageant.
I really think Vietamese is best. And if there isn't a word in Vietnamese for your room, go to your mancave, think about it, and create one.

There you go. Hopefully nobody laughs at me, I still have scars from middle school.
Hi SpeedofLite! Thanks for your suggestion. All comments are welcome here. Don't be afraid!

You have good ideas & valid points. Unfortunately, in Vietnam we do not have yet any so called vintage bicycle culture activities, festival. We are just small communities in some cities, town. Hence, we don't have any appropriate words, slogan or posters for our passion in C&V bicycles. It's just now a trend only.

Vietnam is a peaceful & beautiful country but is not a country of creation & invention for bicycles. Not like Japan in Asia and many western countries, we do not have any hi-end cycling products made in Vietnam, only some local manufacturers for mass production of low end or so called land filled bicycles.

My collection is mostly Italian & Japanese but I don't see any obligation to use or posters or words, slogan in Italian or Japanese for my mancave. I just used what I could get & what I thought beautiful. Anyway, it is done. Let it be in this way.

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Nice bikes, I am just to the east of you in Cambodia and have gotten one bike from Vietnam and it was a Zunow that was in real bad shape. I see that you have no Drop bars any reason why?
Hi bwilli88! Yeah, I saw your location as Kampong Cham where I had come forth & back on a constant basis during 2010 - 2012 for business. Also I saw some of your bikes introduced in other threads including Zunow. It was good findings. I have been still struggling to find a Zunow (even in bad shape) for my collection.

The reason of no drop bars for my collection (though originally some are built with) is that I don't feel comfortable on drop position anymore due to my age & my back problem. Besides, I love the style of moustache flat bars & north road bars.
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Lovely. The aquarium shot inspired me to order spokes and get going building up that wheelset.
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My collection is mostly Italian & Japanese but I don't see any obligation to use or posters or words, slogan in Italian or Japanese for my mancave. I just used what I could get & what I thought beautiful. Anyway, it is done. Let it be in this way.

Cheers,
Beautiful collection, it's like a museum. I wish I could keep my bikes that clean and shiny.
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The video was excellent - thank you for sharing!
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Very nice collection. Thank you for sharing with us. Well done.
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Wow, what a great collection of beautiful bikes!

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Hi Duo!

With the nice compliments from many of you since yesterday, I will ask my brother to take some more clips for each bike (more in details) for sharing with you. But I will let the images and captions do the job telling you about the bikes, not me to speak because English is not my native language, my expression might not be understood well...

Most of my bikes except for the Saronni by Colnago (acquired from Italy as a whole bike) are sourced as framesets from eBay & from local (Vietnam). Most of cyclists in Vietnam prefer to buy & use modern bikes (aluminum, carbon fiber, titanium), not vintage steel bikes. Only some small communities are with C&V. In North Vietnam, people mostly indulge in classic city/touring bikes from France like Peugeot, Motobecane, Mercier, etc while in South Vietnam, we are in love with classic/vintage steel bikes (pro-racing road bikes) from Italy, UK, France, Belgium & Japan.
the bicycles speak quite clearly. what is interesting about your video is that it is from Vietnam, that is a selling point. understanding you well would not be an issue as most of us here have a vague idea of the difficulty of English as a second language. probably all your bicycles etc have some interesting stories too.

the differences you list between North and South Vietnam are interesting too. would that kind of be like the differences in the culture of the north and south in the USA or probably just slight cultural differences?

anyway we all like your C and V, over the top and hope you get out to ride bunches. BTW your English on the forum is fine...i mean really good, wish i could do a second language like you. good talent.
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I told you before! Forget about the wife. I will be happy to sleep in that room every night!
love the clip and the songs too.
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