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Bianchi Veloce

Bianchi Veloce circa late 1980s early 1990s. Frame measures 54cm by 54cm center to center. Frame and fork built with Columbus tubing. Campagnolo components include:  Triomphe derailleurs, Gran Sport cranks and bottom bracket, Record brake calipers and headset, and C Record hubs. 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

Cycling

Raleigh Competition

Raleigh Competition circa 1985. Frame is 58cm by 56cm measured center to center. Raleigh 555 SL double butted tubing, stays, and fork blades. Drive train consists of Suntour Cyclone derailleurs and shifters, Sugino 170mm cranks with 52 x 42 chain wheels, MKS pedals, and a Sedis chain. 98 more words

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Peugeot PX10

Here is a full restoration of a client’s Peugeot PX10 from circa 1977. Frame measures 60cm by 58cm center to center. Reynolds 531 tubes, stays, and fork blades. 150 more words

Mavic

A Tale of Two Punctures

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…  for the first time this year the weather was warm enough to cycle in just shorts and a jersey, finally freed of the all extra layers I headed out on my road bike for a ride out to and up the Malvern Hills. 859 more words

Cycling

I am Legend : Cannondale Supersix Evo

Yes. It’s very green. I know. And I like it a lot. It’s certainly different to anything I’ve owned before. Though, I concede, it does make matching kit very difficult. 2,917 more words

Cycling