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Retro roadies- old frames with STI's or Ergos

Old 11-24-15, 06:01 PM
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I blame this project on RobbieTunes. My wife blames me. Here is my poor mans retro roadie. 1984 Trek 610. Campy Mirage 9 sp.
many beautiful bikes on this thread.
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Old 11-25-15, 12:29 AM
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This is my mid 70's Panasonic Professional with 9 speed Ultegra. I bought this as a frame and fork only and built it up with all used parts. I like it.
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Originally Posted by lungus
This is my mid 70's Panasonic Professional with 9 speed Ultegra. I bought this as a frame and fork only and built it up with all used parts. I like it.
It's a crime to build a bike that nice and not post better pictures. Let's see some more shots.
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Originally Posted by Desertdweller
I blame this project on RobbieTunes. My wife blames me. Here is my poor mans retro roadie. 1984 Trek 610. Campy Mirage 9 sp.
many beautiful bikes on this thread.
I feign innocence.....




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Originally Posted by yipyipyip
+1 for Mavic
Thanks. You're the only one why voted for Mavic


Almost done with the build. Got the 105 5800 groupset this week and trying to sort out the chrome job. A bit disappointed though that the shop can't do the chrome job and the powder coating job. They said they wouldn't do it because the masking tape would be cooked in the powder coating process.. Now looking on either doing a plain color or illustrations in the frame or spray art job. Need to finish this build before Christmas.
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Originally Posted by icepick_trotsky
Great restoration. How did address the issues with the chrome?
Whole frame was media blasted before rechrome and respray.
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My oh my, Astrid
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Winner winner, chicken dinner...
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Astrid
A curvy slim petite girl who is extremely HOT. Might look mean from first glance. But has the most adorable personality when you have encounter her. Has the greatest smile. She is into long-term relationships and she's loveable and passionate. The true meaning of wifey material. She is the most trustworthy friend you can ever have and she is also very intelligent in all that involves the arts such as music, drawing, design, dancing, and writing. Teachers love her and students hate her. She is beauty and brains. Overall, a really really great person. Regarded by most as best thing thats ever happened to them. Oh yea the only downfall is that she's usually pretty much taken when you meet her. So if you have an Astrid you better never let her go !!!
Guy: Jesus, she was the best thing that ever happened to me.


Haha yeah sums her up really and she's all mine.
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I knew you'd get it.

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Astrid
A curvy slim petite girl who is extremely HOT. Might look mean from first glance. But has the most adorable personality when you have encounter her. Has the greatest smile. She is into long-term relationships and she's loveable and passionate. The true meaning of wifey material. She is the most trustworthy friend you can ever have and she is also very intelligent in all that involves the arts such as music, drawing, design, dancing, and writing. Teachers love her and students hate her. She is beauty and brains. Overall, a really really great person. Regarded by most as best thing thats ever happened to them. Oh yea the only downfall is that she's usually pretty much taken when you meet her. So if you have an Astrid you better never let her go !!!
Guy: Jesus, she was the best thing that ever happened to me.


Haha yeah sums her up really and she's all mine.
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Very nice bike, what kind of BB and crank are you running, looking at running Athena 11sp on my Look 243 Neo Retro project as well.
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Originally Posted by jbchybridrider
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That's a great looking stem. Make/model? Fantastic bike.
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Originally Posted by rode
Very nice bike, what kind of BB and crank are you running, looking at running Athena 11sp on my Look 243 Neo Retro project as well.
Welcome to the forum. Looks like SRAM.
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Originally Posted by rode
Very nice bike, what kind of BB and crank are you running, looking at running Athena 11sp on my Look 243 Neo Retro project as well.
Thanks. As Robbie said Sram Force. I'll get some Campy one day, still saving have 9s Record but not with the climbing range I need.
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Originally Posted by milbournosphere
That's a great looking stem. Make/model? Fantastic bike.
3T Motus. Has a bad rep for cracking but it's all from incorrect installation. The instructions that come with them new need​ to be followed, it's simple but you wouldn't know without them.
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Awesome ride slybry, how are you liking the Campy 11spd. Still in doubt as to what to choose for my project, thinking about doing the same. Did you use the power-torque system cups?
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I can see you're really into this!
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Yeah the first 3 I built for coworkers to use at a triathlon and the 4th is mine.
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@rode liking it so far, looks great and shifts well. I do really like the Campy hoods. Installing was a bit of a pain due to Campy using odd tools and sizes (14mm hex wrench for the cranks and their 11spd chain tool), but otherwise it was easy. I did use the power-torque system cups, not too hard to install, but they do require a crank pull to take off in the future. hope that helps!
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Originally Posted by Slybry
@rode liking it so far, looks great and shifts well. I do really like the Campy hoods. Installing was a bit of a pain due to Campy using odd tools and sizes (14mm hex wrench for the cranks and their 11spd chain tool), but otherwise it was easy. I did use the power-torque system cups, not too hard to install, but they do require a crank pull to take off in the future. hope that helps!
Thanks for the advice, leave it to the Italian to do things differently Yeah I have heard a lot of people praise the Campy hoods.
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ow... wow. I need a moment.
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Big time.

Welcome to the forum. This is definitely the thread for you.

As well as this one....

https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vi...aint-jobs.html


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