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Old 04-14-18, 04:43 AM
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Picking up a neighbor, early, at a local car repair shop. I know, not very cnv, but on the way back, we'll take a twenty mile sidetrip to a moving sale. I'll post the results if it's worthy...

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Completed the '85 Paramount, which was a bit of a battle between me and the Suntour shifters+RD. It indexes 8-speeds...with technique. Chorus crankset is mounted and looks wonderful. The whole bike looks good, but man...I miss setting things up with indexed Shimano because that stuff just feels good and works well, right away. If worse comes to worse, friction mode for this Suntour stuff is really nice. It has rained non-stop since noon today, with many stretches of pretty intense rain. Good for indoor projects, bad for frustration with projects. Validation of this Paramount's build via successful test ride would be nice to have.

I picked up a long cage Shimano Ultegra (6500) rear derailleur, which was a nice surprise find (and in good shape). Cleaned and polished it, then put it on my '74 Paramount so that I could successfully use an 11-32T 9-speed cassette. I had been running a 12-27T with a 7800 Dura-Ace RD. Less Dura-Ace now, BUT the Ultegra RD's aesthetic is more rounded and works with this vintage of Paramount/bike. Works well, too, and now I have a 28-32T low combo with a top-end 53-11T combo. Maximum range! Sometimes I look at it, like I did today, and go, why do I need any other bike? But then....well, someone's gotta care for them all, right?
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Went down to the Marin Museum of Bicycling this morning. Curator Joe Breeze had just returned from L'Eroica. His 1984 road bike won "Best North American Bike."

He also took with him the 1952 BSA race bike from the museum collection. This Tour de France level bicycle had fewer than 300 miles on it in 65 years and is in showroom condition. It won the "People's Choice" award.
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Originally Posted by Repack Rider
Went down to the Marin Museum of Bicycling this morning. Curator Joe Breeze had just returned from L'Eroica. His 1984 road bike won "Best North American Bike."

He also took with him the 1952 BSA race bike from the museum collection. This Tour de France level bicycle had fewer than 300 miles on it in 65 years and is in showroom condition. It won the "People's Choice" award.
Nice. Any pics?
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I have been selling many C&V parts on the local CL to many happy customers. Still have many more to sell (they are at least posted). Time to spread the C&V love to others in the area, and get some money back in my pocket...for building my (new to me) modern bike. Someone's gotta see if new Cannondales are as good or better than the old ones! [I like them all].

Currently have my '85 Paramount hogging the wheelset that used to be on my Masi, and the Masi and I are a bit jealous as I took it out a few days ago (after not riding it for a long time) and really, really, enjoying it.
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For me, as is the case every Saturday morning, I am off to the yard sales, with hopes of finding my newest favorite bicycle. Then it is back to the cottage, pick up this week's garbage and off to the dump, with hopes of finding my newest favorite bicycle. Then it is back to the cottage to marry, or splice this...



...to this lovely old Marinoni, which will be on its way to the Spanish erotica before too long...


Tomorrow, which is Sunday, is my day to play with my bikes and, boy, do I have projects lined up. Bikes that have been waiting for a special this or that, will be getting this or that special piece(s) installed, Pieces that have taken me years to find, in an effort to achieve period and model correct machines. This and that includes a set of Legnano high flange hubs, Torpado headset, No patent Campy NR rear derailleur, etc.

Hunting and waiting for that last elusive component to show up is part of the vintage bicycle fun, for me.
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What I want to do today bikewise is take frame and fork of the A-frame Gazelle to a LBS which has headset tools, have them install HT races and crown race. Whether I actually get to do this or not isn't clear. My free days are never actually free. Would also like to remove the PFN10's fork, take it by Belmont Wheelworks to have Peter Mooney correct its slight misalignment. Probably won't get to do that either. In the meantime the bike seems to ride just fine so that isn't a pressing issue.
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So I stop by the LBS last night to pick up one of my bikes to ride this weekend. Minor repairs and tweeks. And one of the guys in the shop presents me with a Motobecane Frame made with Vitus 172 tubing and Suntour dropouts. Free. Awesome. So I will spend part of the day amassing Suntour components to build this beauty. Standard threads!!! I am super excited. I have always wanted to ride Vitus tubing. The list of other steel tubing I have ridden is fairly extensive, but Vitus is definitely a soon to be filled void!
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Several years ago I purchased a 2000 CAAD3 R600. Great bike but the stem was too long and the CODA bars were too deep so I bought a shorter stem and, having 'drank the koolaid' purchased wide ergo bars (45cm). I've enjoyed that bike for these past years but when switching from my classic rides, with 'normal' 38cm wide bars, it always felt like steering the C'dale was like steering a wheelbarrow. So I recently sourced a classic SR Road Champion HB and drew a 80mm SR classic stem from the parts box. Yesterday I swapped things out and test rode it. I like the regression and will do a proper 45mile test when/if the rain ever stops. Another change I like is setting aside that clunky, bulky sort of stem that C'dale and others were using in the late '90s and early 2000s. The classic SR seven shaped stem just looks right.
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"...to this lovely old Marinoni, which will be on its way to the Spanish erotica before too long... "

Randy, you take your bike to an erotica?! Ay, caramba!
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Acquiring a new project. Now that it's home I had to wash it and give it a quick look-over before tear-down.

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Finally got around to starting the re-assembly my '87 SR500 (with custom graphics!) Got all the catalog spec parts on there except pedals and consumables. Oh, yeah, and the big ass 14-32 freewheel. Took it for a little spin as a 1x6. This thing is plenty stiff. (A and a bit too small for me, as the seat post tells.) I've been flogging this thing on the frame trade thread, maybe I'll get some interest when it's done and with a better photo

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Went for a drive to pick up this little beauty for $80 off CL


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Minor fiddling with my '87 Prologue. After a week or two of a stem conversion, it's back to a muuuuuch lighter quill stem (the former Modolo Xtenos stem is a whopping 359g!) and the same Profile Design bars, this time at 100mm instead of 115mm, putting the reach right where I want it and (presumably) eliminating the wonky steering/pull when climbing out of the saddle--something that had been a feature of my previous two stem/bar reach setups. Too much forward reach over the front axle brings this about, so now my STI shifters are set back over a half an inch, into the good zone. No wonkiness plus quicker/livelier steering. My kind of thing. It rained heavily this evening, and should be dry tomorrow. Hoping for a long ride on it then.
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Put together a Johnny Cash parts bike. Nastalgic fire trail rider, except we'd never have used a Cottered crank... Still can't ID this Raleigh cantilever frame.
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Scrounging for plain chrome steel drop handlebars, quite a bit harder than it sounds.
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I rebuilt a pair of Atom pedals that came off of my 1980 Raleigh Super Course 12. One was loose and the other was tight. A cleaning and fresh grease fixed them both up, though the outside nut on one side had a bit of the edge shattered off where the bearings roll against it... Hopefully it'll hold up decently for a while, at least. Nothing special, not too clean, so no worries if it doesn't!
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Same thing I'll be doing over the next few days: final buffing & polishing of the top coat on my '89 Atlantis, the last step before restoration decals get applied. Then clear-coat; then the actual build.

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I had a bit of a domino effect going on with my Miyata 1000. The Campagnolo 9-speed Ergo shifters don't play too well with compact drop bars, in that you can either have them nicely set up for on-the-hoods riding with nearly impossible in-the-drops reaching, or you can get that in-the-drops reach while the hoods will be level or sloped downward (not a confidence-inspiring feeling at all). With traditional round bend bars, they are more or less fine. I also wanted to change the shift cable direction from going out behind the lever to crossing over the lever body to the 'inside of the bar' (both pathways are allowed in these).

Off the Nitto stem and Soma Highway 1 bars go (to a different bike) and on go a 105mm Cinelli stem and 66-series Campione del Mondo bars. It's about 1.25-1.5" lower, but still ok. Couldn't get the bars and shifters perfect, just close. Well, the wacky shifting in the rear starts out of nowhere. I had been hankering to put my Tektro R200 brake levers on something and had already changed the crankset from a Veloce triple (on a too-wide BB spindle) to 9s Ultegra triple running (dun dun daaaa) Biopace(!) just yesterday, so the momentum was away from Campagnolo. Biopace was also on the list to get in the game, as was the desire to lessen the huge Q-factor caused by the BB. Aaaaaand then, hey, enough with this indexed stuff. Time for friction down tube shifting courtesy of Suntour...anything. I'm midway through that and looking forward to completing it!

A bullet point list:
1) Swapped Nitto stem/Soma bars for Cinelli stem and 66-series bars.
2) Swapped 13-26T 9s cassette for a sweet 13-28T 9s cassette to give me a 1:1 maxiumum low gear.
3) Swapped the 53/42/28T Veloce triple and 114mm BB with a 9s Ultegra triple in 52/42/28 Biopace configuration. (the Campy 42T ring had older school shaping and was noisy with pretty much any cassette gear that wasn't directly lined up with it).
4) Swapped the older and regular looking canti pads with Koolstop Salmons.
5) Adjusted saddle angle and position due to new bar setup.
5) Midway through Ergo shifter replacement, changing to Tektro R200 levers and Suntour Accushift Plus down tube shifters (in friction mode).
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Scrubbing the "Schwinn Built" chrome steel brake calipers, HS, fork and headtube of the Paramount. All the mechanical points on this bike are covered with petrified grease, very scary stuff on 60yr old paint, 60 yr old rust is no fun either. Made some progress and tried a process I have been thinking about for awhile. Simple green and dishsoap to loosen the grime with minimal success, elbow grease was a concern with the paint as I didn't want to scrub to hard. Scrubbed off some of the grime and then used toothpicks to get way down into the lugs and then a sonicare tooth brush for the win, worked pretty good with very little to no toll on the paint. This stuff practically has to be chiseled off so it will be a long process to get the whole thing cleaned up.
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Well, yesterday, put my Ciocc in the repair stand and tried to scrub the grunge off of the paint to see it pop in the sun. took out the seat poat to verify that it was 26.8 (it was) changed to a more comfy seat. when i put the seat post back in, i BREAK the clamp bolt... now i need a new one. no problem says I, i have an olc Campy one in the stash. too fat! now i need to hunt one down.
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I'm out working on a Raleigh Super Record in the garage and the neighborhood kids drop by looking for air and adjustments. One boy, reminds me of Chunk, has a taco'd bmx rear rim on his bike and I told him he needed a new one. He started his sulk walk up the hill and I told him I'd try to hammer it back. Go to my tool box and get ready to swing and Chunk says "That's not a hammer, that's a mallet". Had to laugh, yes it's a mallet and it worked, as advertised...
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