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Legnano

Legnano circa 1980s. This frame and fork were most likely built during the time period when Bianchi owned the marquee. Frame is constructed from Falck tubing and measures 58cm by 58cm center to center. 62 more words

Campagnolo

Medici Pro Strada

Here is a really fun build we did for one of our clients. This wasn’t a restoration job, just a straight build. Circa 1978 Medici Pro Strada. 99 more words

Campagnolo

My Wheelset Weight

As with most cyclists I have built up a wheelset collection over the past decade or so. I tend to buy one set per bike and use them for everything; winter training, mountain sportives, crit races, road races. 35 more words

My Component Weights

Peugeot PSV10S

Peugeot PSV10S circa 1983. Frame measures 57.5cm x 57.5 cm center to center. Frame and fork are hand brazed using Super Vitus tubing. According to the original shop sticker this bike lived in the midwest for the beginning of its life and has a touch of rust around the cable guide braze ons, seat lug, and head lug. 108 more words

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Bianchi Veloce

Really nice customer bike. Bianchi Veloce circa late 1980s early 1990s. Frame measures 54cm by 54cm center to center. Frame and fork built with Columbus tubing. 55 more words

Campagnolo

Mavic R-Sys SLR

Looking for the reliable braking and ultimate endurance?

Mavic R-Sys SLR are one of the most dynamic wheels available in the Mavic range.

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Cycling shoes

I got new cycling shoes for my birthday. Wahoo! Mavic Cosmic Ultimate. I picked them up from my friends at Velo Pasadena. They fit great. I fitted them with the Speedplay Walkable cleats and Specialized insoles. 165 more words

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