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Old 01-04-14, 05:09 PM
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1983-ish Univega Specialissima
Nice.
Great composition too.
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Old 01-05-14, 12:13 AM
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Nice.
Great composition too.
My brother (from another mother) is very talented... that 'vega is such a sweet bike in every respect.
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Crescent -85, started touring build,only racks left...
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Lovely Appel, Martl!!
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1994 Giant Sedona ATX (not stock)


Giant Smurf-001 by WNG555, on Flickr

Giant Smurf-011 by WNG555, on Flickr
Nice....I have a Rincon that I'd like to convert to something like this.
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Lovely Appel, Martl!!
Agreed.
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A very kehwl looking classic race bike that is so understated in a very classy way, but oozes very high quality when closely scrutinized... I also have to give ultra big props to the "unobtanium" status Assos crankset! Many might give up a left nut just to find and own one of those for their next dream build....
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Originally Posted by Chombi View Post
A very kehwl looking classic race bike that is so understated in a very classy way, but oozes very high quality when closely scrutinized... I also have to give ultra big props to the "unobtanium" status Assos crankset! Many might give up a left nut just to find and own one of those for their next dream build....
Thank you! The Assos wasn't all that sought after at the time i built the bike, i could have gotten a few pairs (possibly should have) when i went looking for these. It was just that i like these odd bits no one else has, that led me to add them to that bike. Same for the Cobaltos, btw
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Old 01-13-14, 10:00 AM
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Originally Posted by martl View Post
Thank you! The Assos wasn't all that sought after at the time i built the bike, i could have gotten a few pairs (possibly should have) when i went looking for these. It was just that i like these odd bits no one else has, that led me to add them to that bike. Same for the Cobaltos, btw
My first plans for this bike was to install an Assos crankset on it when I built it up about a couple of years ago:

But the difficulty of finding and affording an Assos crank during the build, pushed me to use an Edco Crasnkset I already had in hand instead, Plus, the Edco had been a crankset that I always wanted to try out since I first saw it in the 80's.
The Edco works good with the bike as I think its shape and finish kind of mimics the the lugs on the frame, but you might be able to see why the Assos would have been my first choice for the bike....
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Had a "thing" for Brooks. I'm over it now.



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I like that.
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Had a "thing" for Brooks. I'm over it now.





stop showing that centurion cinelli, makes me want to change my mind!
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No need to change your mind. As your Pinarello pair proves, its nice to have "bookends!"




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