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1973 Speedwell / Ron Kit Titanium - Finished!

Old 03-27-14, 09:46 PM
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1973 Speedwell / Ron Kit Titanium - Finished!

Most of you have already seen pictures of my long in-process '73 Ron Kit-badged Speedwell Titanium bike. I'm FINALLY done. Well, I should say done for now...I do have a v2.0 planned with some Hi-E hi-low hubs and the matching black ano Galli brake levers, and some other weight weenie/ti bits, but that will have to wait until later. The bike was a serendipitous find, after responding to an ad for a sonic cleaner. As you can see from the photos in that thread, the bike was in terrible condition. I replaced a few parts here & there, but tried to keep it in the same mid-70s eclectic vein.

After many months of slow progress on the rebuild, the project was halted when I discovered a crack in the seat binder area. I sought advice from a lot of different sources but it was hard to find anyone to offer any solid advice. It's pretty old tech and not the same as the Ti tubing used today. Ultimately, Frank the Welder stepped up and did a fantastic job on the repair.

I could go on about the rebuild and repair work, but for now I'll let a few photos speak for themselves.


side view


front


drive-train


rear


seat cluster


heat tube/fork crown


rear brake bridge area

weyless pedals


cranks
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Luis Ocana on a Speedwell, en route to his '73 Tour de France victory.




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Brochure



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Brochure #2









You'll note these bikes have an unusually long top tube compared to seat tube. Fortunately, this fits my body type. The 53.9cm seat tube with 57.1cm top tube is actually a great fit for my long torso & comparatively short legs.

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Absolutely stunning. I love it, wonderful work.
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Weyless, Designing the Future.

Looks good. Notice Ocana is wearing Eddy Merckx model Adidas shoes.
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WOW!!!!! I just looked at the "before" pics. Well done!!!
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The pedals themselves were a lot of work. I posted these in the before & after thread already, but I'll add them here again.


before as found


before side


before top


after some initial sanding


Some reshaping

Then more sanding


Then more reshaping and a trip to a local anodizing shop to get to what you see above.

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VERY impressive! Colors look good, now too...the black in the crank flute is better than red was. Nice job on those pedals!
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wow, this is possibly one of the most unique bikes i've seen in the last little while, vintage titanium that's soooo cool.

what kind of pedals are those? suntours?
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So much to like about this bike Gauucho . The red highlights, especially in the back of the brake levers, are a nice touch. Brad
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Here is Frank the Welder at work (I borrowed this photo from his blog; Frank I hope you don't mind!)



As you can see, the repair was no simple affair



The original design was somewhat flawed in that the seat binder area was prone to failure due to the extremely thin titanium tubing. I wan't to be able to ride this bike, not simply hang it on a wall, so Frank advised the adding some reinforcement.



Tubes re-fitted:


New welds:


New welds cleaned up:






New seat pinch bolt added:




I received the bike with Frank's file marks (per agreement, and budgetary reasons) and finished the polishing of the frame after receipt from Frank a few months ago.
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Thanks, PedalTraveler, repechage, thinktubes & stevensb!

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VERY impressive! Colors look good, now too...the black in the crank flute is better than red was. Nice job on those pedals!
Thanks! The red in the crank flutes didn't sit well with me either to be honest. The crank arms were black before, I just removed the red fill and polished the flutes from what you saw in the previous thread/poll re the world championship stripes. I did give some thought to your suggestion of red stripes, but I'm happy with the decision to stick with stripe decals along with removing the distracting red from the flutes.

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wow, this is possibly one of the most unique bikes i've seen in the last little while, vintage titanium that's soooo cool.

what kind of pedals are those? suntours?
Thanks! Pedals are Weyless.
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Just wow polished Titanium has been grail of road track bikes for over 50 years. Yours is one of the nicest I have seen.

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^Thanks.

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Build list

Frame: 1973 Speedwell Titalite frame & fork

Stem: 3TTT Regolabile
Bars: 3TTT Superleggera
Headset: Zeus (Competition?)
Front & Rear derailleurs: Suntour Cyclone (I have a replacement long cage waiting in the wings)
Shifters: Suntour Cyclone
Crankset: Dura-Ace GA-200
Freewheel: Regina G.S. Corsa (5 speed, 14-22)
Chain: Regina Superleggera (hollow pin)
BB: Dura-Ace GB-100
Pedals: Weyless
Brake levers: Dura-Ace M-140
Brake calipers: Galli
Seat post: Birmalux 26.0mm (27.2 Birmalux was orig. spec. reduced post diameter due to repair)
Saddle: Ideale 90 with alloy rails


Hubs: Campagnolo Record hi-flange
Rims: Fiamme red label
Spokes: Robergel Trois Etoiles double butted
Tires: Challenge Paris-Roubaix

Tape: Newbaums w/ Velox plugs
Cage: TA Specialities chromed
Straps: Ballila

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^Thanks.

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Build list

Frame: 1973 Speedwell Titalite frame & fork

Stem: 3TTT Regolabile
Bars: 3TTT Superleggera
Headset: Zeus (Competition?)
Front & Rear derailleurs: Suntour Cyclone (I have a replacement long cage waiting in the wings)
Shifters: Suntour Cyclone
Crankset: Dura-Ace GA-200
Freewheel: Regina G.S. Corse (5 speed, 14-22)
Chain: Regina Superleggera (hollow pin)
BB: Dura-Ace GB-100
Pedals: Weyless
Brake levers: Dura-Ace M-140
Brake calipers: Galli
Seat post: Birmalux 26.0mm (27.2 Birmalux was orig. spec. reduced post diameter due from repair)
Saddle: Ideale 90 with alloy rails


Hubs: Campagnolo Record hi-flange
Rims: Fiamme red label
Spokes: Robergel Trois Etoiles double butted
Tires: Challenge Paris-Roubaix

Tape: Newbaums w/ Velox plugs
Cage: TA Specialities chromed
Straps: Ballila
Wow, What a project, what a bike, all the effort really shows.
I had to do a double take on the build list though, you've got the same set up I've been riding for the past 40 years. The cockpit is different, but the drive train and brakes are the same with only minor differences, I have the power shifters and a Dura Ace front derailleur, all in silver though on a very dark frame. What was motivating your selections for this build? or is this just what came together in the black ano?
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Also just to add Frank the welder is a great friend his several hours work are worth $100 an hour.
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Wow, What a project, what a bike, all the effort really shows.
I had to do a double take on the build list though, you've got the same set up I've been riding for the past 40 years. The cockpit is different, but the drive train and brakes are the same with only minor differences, I have the power shifters and a Dura Ace front derailleur, all in silver though on a very dark frame. What was motivating your selections for this build? or is this just what came together in the black ano?
Thanks for the feedback. I did not change too many parts. It's nice to hear you've been using this set-up for 40 years. The bike had a lot of parts that were a couple years later than the frame. So, in thinking about the build, I sort of had in mind a rider who bought the bike in '73 and put on some miles and upgrades over the next few years. Some of the black ano was there when I bought it, specifically the fd, rd, shifters, and pedals. I liked the way it played against the titanium as well as the headbadge. The bike came with Campagnolo NR cranks. But it seemed oddly out of place with the Japanese drive-train and the more esoteric parts used on the rest of the bike. So, I sought out the Dura-Ace crankset to go with the black ano theme. The shift levers almost didn't make it. Both cable heads were severely seized inside the levers and had to be carefully drilled out. The Cinelli bars were a little on the small side 38cm and the original Sunshine stem, a nice Cinelli 1R copy out of Japan, was on the short side. I scored the 3ttt bars/stem combo on ebay (a not unreasonable BIN if I recall correctly) because I think they are cool and I knew the geometry on this bike was funky. I thought the adjustable stem would help dial in the fit before settling on an ultimate length--or maybe just keep them. Then at the last minute forum member Brian3069 offered up a complete Galli brakeset, and it was too hard to resist. I had DA callipers a few weeks ago (hence the DA levers). I'll swap out the levers to black Galli, too, but that will wait till I sort out some hoods. The bike also came with a spare front wheel with a Hi-E hub. I've since sourced a rear Hi-E hub and will eventually build them up with some Super Champion Arc-en-Ciel hoops for a lighter wheelset option.

P.s. My wife and I were married in Mendo.

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You have done an amazing job on bringing that beauty back to life.
It looks superb and should send a photo to the previous owner to show him.

Many years ago i had a mountain bike frame in Titanium, I wish i still had it!
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I've been following this one from the beginning. This is one of those builds that has had some ups, downs, cracks and crazy colours, but in the end it turned out to be beautiful and perfect. Well done!!!!!!! Your pedal revitalization has inspired me, let alone the astonishing job FTW did with the frame repair. Amazing stuff.
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What a fantastic restoration and great looking bike!! The black against the titanium frame is a perfect combination.
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I applaud this thread. Well done by everyone
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So, in thinking about the build, I sort of had in mind a rider who bought the bike in '73 and put on some miles and upgrades over the next few years.
P.s. My wife and I were married in Mendo.
I think it was like that for most of us BITD. For me it was more of a case of never being able to afford the bike I wanted all at once, so my bike was evolving regularly with upgraded parts and upgraded frames over the years. I only finally go the Cyclone RD I really wanted when I repainted a few years ago.

P.S. I actually live in Ukiah, but we got married on the coast too, in Elk. Some great gravel grinding up this way.
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Gaucho - CONGRATS! It's a really unique bike and definitely part of cycling materials evolution. Your build is perfect and really compliments the frame.
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Nice job, Gaucho! Do you think we should start a 'Show us your Speedwell' thread?
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Excellent build of a gorgeous machine.
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