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Old 04-09-24, 02:05 PM
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For my 70th birthday, I revised the drivetrain to accommodate a 28 tooth rear cog and fitted a 90th anniversary Carradice bag. Mudguards are old Zefals that I've had since the '80s. Not that it rains a lot here in the Bay Area, but I like the aesthetic.




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Originally Posted by gthomson
VRJAKE where did you get that rear bag for the Medici?
Rivendell. Years back they sold Nigel Smythe bags in this wool plaid material. Nice bags.
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Old 04-10-24, 11:26 AM
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1993 Giant Tourer Hybrid
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I don't think I posted this one here, my 1975 Motobecane Grand Jubile Mixte.

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Old 04-13-24, 03:13 PM
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I will shoot some beauty shots when I finish things up and clean the bike again.
For now you'll have to do with the indoor shot.


(1992 Koga-Miyata Graveller)

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Originally Posted by daka
The cranks? Campagnolo Gran Sport?
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Old 05-03-24, 02:42 PM
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Update of the Union Sapporo of post #17. Sleeker, more elegant. Even if I say so myself.

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Peugeot AO-8, not at all original:

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Old 05-03-24, 03:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Aubergine
not at all original
I like what you did with it. A lot.
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Originally Posted by Krov9
The cranks? Campagnolo Gran Sport?
I'm not the authority for Campagnolo terminology, but I believe that the steel #3320 3 pin crank arms are referred to as "Sport" and the #3320A aluminum crank arms are part of the "Gran Sport" gruppo as seen on the Raleigh Competition GS.
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Even though I live in the Searing Desert, most of my bikes have fenders, because on the infrequent times it rains, it typically rains, and it helps for irrigation / sprinkler puddles and other incidental water. Plus they keep the bike cleaner.

I'll start with the Alumicruiser:

Next is the Commutocruiser:


Then the chrome cruiser:


The recumbent:


The "single speed from hell":


And our tandem (with Hunt-Wilde mudflap):
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'79 Comp GS, 650b

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My 1992 Koga-Miyata 'Graveller' in full touring outfit.


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