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Old 02-21-16, 05:07 PM
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Did 30 miles on this:

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Then cleaned all of this, getting ready to sell it:

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Old 02-21-16, 05:29 PM
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Today I stood in the middle of my bike room and longingly stared at my little lovelies.

It's been a long winter of snowriding on the mountain bike.
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Today I stood in the middle of my bike room and longingly stared at my little lovelies.

It's been a long winter ...
I've got 2 bikes in the basement right now, I gave up one of my cabinets that I was storing bike stuff in, so there's overflow all over down there... I ran out of Simple Green, so I'm still waiting to soak the Tange BB that's going on my Voyageur SP, and that's BB-less and needs some attention to the front XC Pro canti. I also want to get those rims shined up. I did the 720 last week or so. I need to get John Thompson's Suntour BB Tool back out to him- Thanks John, it's working lovely.

Every time I wander down to the basement or out to the garage, I always stop and stare at a bike or a part that's sitting there... Spring is almost here.

My next secret project is swapping out drops for some Trekking bars on my High Sierra. I'll start a ridiculious thread about it.

Yes, I said "ridiculious."
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I've got 2 bikes in the basement right now, I gave up one of my cabinets that I was storing bike stuff in, so there's overflow all over down there... I ran out of Simple Green, so I'm still waiting to soak the Tange BB that's going on my Voyageur SP, and that's BB-less and needs some attention to the front XC Pro canti. I also want to get those rims shined up. I did the 720 last week or so. I need to get John Thompson's Suntour BB Tool back out to him- Thanks John, it's working lovely.

Every time I wander down to the basement or out to the garage, I always stop and stare at a bike or a part that's sitting there... Spring is almost here.

My next secret project is swapping out drops for some Trekking bars on my High Sierra. I'll start a ridiculious thread about it.

Yes, I said "ridiculious."
The folks in warm climates wont know what we go through. My winter build ('76 Fuji) only needs dt shifters, bar tape and hoods. I've already snuck it out to the middle of the street for a one-gear ride. Cabin Fever is a reality. The winter of snowriding has been fun, though.
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Finished up the Scapin project. Decals applied and fixed cable and housing length for front brake. Too late for pics, but will post when weather and work schedule permit.
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Building this:

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Building this:
I can't wait to see it(all).
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I could not budge the bottom bracket on a Bianchi Trofeo, 1998 version. It had those plastic cups with the 6 slots in them. Only a special tool can remove them. I sure as tootin' was not going to spend $20 or drive 15 miles to a shop to see if they could budge them. My Park tools did not work, my Campy BB tool did not work. A channel-lock pliers definitely did not work. I drilled two holes and tried to use a spanner tool, and it didn't work. The plastic is simply too soft.

Never fear. I sawed the cups into pieces and pulled them off. Yep, the threaded cups are plastic, too. Which means that a hammer and a long bolt would likely work. They did. I pounded the BB out through the shell, then sliced the rest of the cups into pieces and pulled them out. Frame is now useable, and if I want to use that same crankset, I just need an English 120mm or so square taper BB. I think I have one, anyway.

Now, if it had been truly C&V instead of a crappy plastic bottom bracket made for the late 90's, it would have come out with real world tools and I'd have cleaned, repacked it, and stored it for future use.

Despite how much I like the Bianchi L'Eroica bike, the thought behind that crapola Trofeo BB, and the rest of the components on the 98 Trofeo have convinced me to not buy a Bianchi. Perhaps in older days, they paid more attention to quality, but that '98, jeepers.

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1987 Bridgestone Radac (Grant Peterson design) to be built with a triple group, after a repaint and new decals.
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I'm overhauling something most of you have never seen - an Ideor folding bicycle from around 1963, maybe one of the last they made. My wife got it when her family lived in Italy the first time ~ 1963. She had traveled all over the world with it and it has been in our garage for 30 years. It's dirty but in very good shape. All the bearings feel dry but smooth. The Shimano 333 hub feels fine and seems to operate well. The seat post and stem are free. The original Ideor badged sprung saddle is AOK. It's all in pieces now as I'm doing a complete overhaul except I'll only do the 333 main bearings not take it all apart. I have access to the Edition 3 Sutherlands which has the adjustment instructions.

Today the cotters came out as easy as kissing the dog and the cranks are ready to be cleaned. That Bikesmith cotter press is just great ain't it? I also started poking at the 333, cleaning the adjuster mech and the outsides

Photos when it's all back together. My wife will take it to horse shows and use it to ride around the grounds.
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Old 02-27-16, 09:13 AM
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riding 50 miles on a Miami Vice Ironman.

Update: Make it 15, it was cold, and Mrs. Tunes took me to see Eddie the Eagle.

Wrenched for 20 minutes, found some nice narrow shims to make the 31.8 SRAM Garmin mount fit on my Nitto 25.4's....

Looks like better weather tomorrow, and I've already cleared the schedule for a 55m (out/back, one stop at 27.5 for a donut and coffee).
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Rode 10mi of hill after hill gravel. It was 70 today, but with gusts up to 30mph.
2 montha removed from ankle surgery so 10mi was all i could handle, and even then, i hoofed it up 2 hills cuz the gravel was so deep and loose.


It was perfect.
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Old 02-28-16, 07:51 PM
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Servicing my favorite wheelset:






To go on this frame, who's maker I haven't identified, only that it's Italian, Columbus tubbes, fully chromed, probably mid-70's with all the braze ons.

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This weekend, my 5 year old was BEGGING me to go on a ride with him.

Sadly, I had no bike in working order, so told him he had to help me finish putting some things together, which worked out really well.

We got tires mounted on a new rims and the crankset put back together and installed in my '75 John Deere mens racer. Then we got the fenders and luggage rack transfered over from the junker bike. Then we had a problem....I couldn't find the set of cables I bought for the bike back in the fall. So that project stalled like 45 minutes from completion.

Frustrated and still wanting to go for a ride, I pulled the front wheel off the JD and threw it on my Motobecane Grand Touring. The front wheel for which is unusable as I've not been able to find suitable cones for the Normandy hub.

We did about a 1/2 hour ride all around the neighboorhood and he was satisfied. I was not, as after a 1/2 hour on the Motobecane, my hands were aching. I've only ridden this bike a couple of times since I cleaned it up and whatnot, due to the bearing/cone issue, and it made my hands ache then too. I just had too much weight on my hands. After we got back I spent the next 45 minutes or so, trying to set the bike up so I didn't have to reach so far for the hoods. I messed with seating position the most, bringing it forward and down, I then brought the handlebars up a bit. I trip up and down the street and I think things are just about were I need them to be, it's the first time I've felt comfortable on the bike. I'm afraid though the stem is set dangerously high right now. The pivo stem that's on the bike has something like a 100mm reach on it. I may be looking for a different stem...I'm just not even sure what I need though.
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hard at work stripping down some of my "parts bikes" - plus preparing some project frames to receive the fruits of my labor

Garage looks like a bike shop exploded right now -----

cant find my old bottom bracket tools or headset race knocker, -- so i will be scouring ebay and miscellaneous other parts houses for deals on these



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Highlight? Baby got new shoes:



Spent an hour swapping tires; 5 removals and 5 installs, involving two wheel sets and six tires (one each of the installs and removals an absent-minded error).

Stoked to realize, contrary to previous belief, that the Mercian fits a pair of Challenge Parigi-Roubaix just nicely.

15șC and sunny here in Vancouver today, so naturally took those out for a shuffle. Cherry and plum trees in bloom.

This bike likes to go fast. The extra tire volume encourages this (I'm a pretty big guy, and the Parigi-Roubaix attenuate my inclination to baby those 30yo wheels).

Put some Veloflex Masters on a spare go-fast 9sp wheel set for the Holland Ti, and pulled the now-superfluous skinny red Vredsteins off the Mercian.
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Originally Posted by mikemowbz View Post
Highlight? Baby got new shoes:



Spent an hour swapping tires; 5 removals and 5 installs, involving two wheel sets and six tires (one each of the installs and removals an absent-minded error).

Stoked to realize, contrary to previous belief, that the Mercian fits a pair of Challenge Parigi-Roubaix just nicely.

15șC and sunny here in Vancouver today, so naturally took those out for a shuffle. Cherry and plum trees in bloom.

This bike likes to go fast. The extra tire volume encourages this (I'm a pretty big guy, and the Parigi-Roubaix attenuate my inclination to baby those 30yo wheels).

Put some Veloflex Masters on a spare go-fast 9sp wheel set for the Holland Ti, and pulled the now-superfluous skinny red Vredsteins off the Mercian.
Mike, your baby looks as beautiful today as when you got her

IMHO, we don't see enough pics of this pretty bike!

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Going to buy a bell for this:

Panasonic sport deluxe by debit_, on Flickr

And also get more black brake cable housing, 'cause that red just isn't doing it for me.
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Mike, your baby looks as beautiful today as when you got her

IMHO, we don't see enough pics of this pretty bike!

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I'll be sure to share a few more this season!

Finally picked up a decent camera a little while back, so it's just a matter of upgrading the user's capacities to make good use of it...
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Swapping out a stem for a shorter one that hopefully won't put as much strain on my lower back. I had back spasms so bad last week it caused me to crash, wrenching my back up even worse than it was.
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I washed the (yesterday's) spring ride splatters off the Cannondale for the ride tomorrow.
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Highlight? Baby got new shoes:



Spent an hour swapping tires; 5 removals and 5 installs, involving two wheel sets and six tires (one each of the installs and removals an absent-minded error).

Stoked to realize, contrary to previous belief, that the Mercian fits a pair of Challenge Parigi-Roubaix just nicely.

15șC and sunny here in Vancouver today, so naturally took those out for a shuffle. Cherry and plum trees in bloom.

This bike likes to go fast. The extra tire volume encourages this (I'm a pretty big guy, and the Parigi-Roubaix attenuate my inclination to baby those 30yo wheels).

Put some Veloflex Masters on a spare go-fast 9sp wheel set for the Holland Ti, and pulled the now-superfluous skinny red Vredsteins off the Mercian.
Now that's a good looking bike.
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I'm in the middle of two projects, rebuilding a Miyata 112 (probably not a keeper) and doing a 650b conversion on my Holdsworth (a keeper). I also decided to sell my Fuji Saratoga, and someone bought it at the "buy it now" price. Nice day. I have heard that we may see temps into the seventies on Wednesday, and as luck would have it, I have Wednesday off this week.
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Went to check on a FREE Schwinn Twinn not sure of the year yet it was Free.. They were going to put it out for heavy trash day. Pick it up tomorrow it has the atom brakes on the rear and has a old Schwinn child seat on it but a bit of rust on the crome and yet tires are only 2 years old. 3 mile round trip ride it was worth it for sure. Now another project to go plus or minus got a free Autobike left on the street so now I have 2 of them 1 for pasts and 1 to ride uh maybe. Gota figure out how to adjust the shifting on it somehow . With the atom brake and the Classic Autobike got some work to do now that the weather is getting better
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Took the Raleigh Gran Sport down to bare frame and separate fork. Off to the media blasting company to clear off the very dismal remaining paint. Will then try my hand at bodywork and painting.

Replaced really poor condition 1951 Rudge original B66 with NOS B66 with copper rivets, supposedly a pre-Selle Italia seat? Rides much better since I now have no sagging. Was to fearful to tighten the adjuster to much. Feel the leather would split on the deep cracks.
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Rode 36 miles with SO, Steelman and Gunnar respectively. 15-20 it's out of the west, post frontal wind. Made for a bit of a slog going to the beach. Set 3 PR's coming back. Very minimal traffic on the trail due to rain this morning. So Cal people hide when it rains.....

Went N-1 selling the Colnago Junior locally.

Patronized the LBS for some tubes and CF assembly paste so SO's bars quit slipping in the stem.

Got to 99% on the Poprad-it shifts! 9 speed XTR, 10 speed mountain cassette, 10 speed bar end shifters, 50/34 105 crank. And stops. Just need bar tape, which Amazon will deliver tomorrow.

Put the 78 Nishiki International on the work stand and stared at it. The next project.

Waiting for the pork tenderloin now.
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