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Old 01-31-08, 11:35 AM   #1
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Romic Bikes

Hey everyone,

I just came into contact with a Romic pursuit bike from the mid-90's, similar to this one:

Swervy Reynolds 708, long top tube, 78 degree seat tube, etc, bottom bracket tuned by USA national team mechanic at Olympic trials pre-1996, spindle will spin for 5-7 seconds if spun, hasn't been touched since.

It has some paint scuffs that I want to clean up. I'm undecided whether I should try to touch them up as they are and spot treat them, or powder coat the bike. If I were to powder coat it, I was wondering if any of you happen to know the contact info for Romic because I'd like to maintain the original decals and was thinking they might have some around, maintaining the World Championship stripes found on the seat tube, etc.


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