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Old 01-10-21, 01:01 PM
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Peugeot PSV10S 1981
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Old 01-11-21, 04:41 AM
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Old 01-11-21, 07:24 AM
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1976 Puch Royal X purchased new in 1978. As far as I can tell, this was a one-year-only model in the U.S. and made its sole catalog appearance as one panel in a series of photos on the back of a Puch poster that year.
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Old 01-16-21, 11:15 PM
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Not quite vintage yet, this is a fendered 2005 Kirk Terraplane, built with Richie-issimo lugs, now with a 1x build. I went quasi-weightweenie with it, just under 20lbs w/o bottles, pump or bag. It's a relatively early frame for Kirk, who started building independently in mid-2003. Brake reach is 56mm-ish in the rear but only 50mm up front, so 28-29mm is about as wide as I want to get with the 48mm Honjos. It doesn't have fender bosses under the crown or seatstay bridge, so fendering was a bit of a chore. I've had this since '14, and got frustrated with trying to make the rear bridge clearance work, so one of my covid projects was taking a deep breath and sacrilegiously drilling/tapping the underside of the bridge. Fendered life is much easier now.

First two shots is from this afternoon, the rest are previous builds. Last photo is the second-most favorite in my flickr albums based on views.









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Old 01-17-21, 02:41 PM
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Some beautiful bikes here. White is probably my favourite frame colour, but currently I have none. A Colnago Master X-Light in the PR99 color scheme would be nice though.
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Old 01-17-21, 02:49 PM
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Old 01-17-21, 05:01 PM
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Found in the co-op dumpster today. Cannondale H400 hybrid frameset has been hanging up in the place for several years. Posted in a different thread way back. Too small for me and missing most of the specific parts (TT cable guides, derailleur hanger) but it has a nice touring fork with braze-ons and would be a suitable project for someone. Measures 52 c-c and 58 to the top of the seat tube.
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Old 01-17-21, 06:25 PM
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My midlife crisis bike.



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Old 01-17-21, 07:23 PM
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From the Roberts files, my SLX, Chas built the frame for me back in 1985, one repaint, and still a lovely ride!
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Old 01-17-21, 10:09 PM
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Have a white "P" frame Cervelo TT bike also however way too new for this forum.

1983 Koga Miyata Super Winner




2001 Cervelo Prodigy





1979 Rossin Record Professional (under construction)



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Old 01-18-21, 11:48 AM
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Originally Posted by m_sasso View Post
Have a white "P" frame Cervelo TT bike also however way too new for this forum.

1983 Koga Miyata Super Winner




2001 Cervelo Prodigy





1979 Rossin Record Professional (under construction)


Nice looking Rossin, digging the Ofmega cranks! What rims are you running on it?
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Old 01-18-21, 09:13 PM
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Nice looking Rossin, digging the Ofmega cranks! What rims are you running on it?
Those are a set of Velocity Aeroheads rims, Wheelsmith spokes and Campagnolo Record hubs, waiting for the US/Canadian border to reopen so I can pickup the rest of the parts sitting in a warehouse needed to finish it off. Going mostly Ofmega, hubs, headset, detailers, simplex retro-friction shifters, and likely Campagnolo seat post and brakes.
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Old 01-19-21, 09:53 AM
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Early 1970s Swiss made Cilo Pacer that I've been working on....

...my contribution to White Bike Month.

This bike rides really nicely and I think I like the Swiss-ness of it, and the very pretty (in my perhaps not so humble opinion) 3 arm Campy crank / Lyotard pedal combo.

I still have a ways to go before this bike is the way I like it... the bar tape gaps bother me, the seat is a little tatty as are the bars, the wheels and hubs need work, and clearly new tires are in order... but I'm happy with the ride and aesthetic so far!

And in a really nerdy way, I like that the bikes shares the color-scheme of the flag of it's country of origin.








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Old 01-30-21, 05:13 PM
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De Rosa for January

I have been working on this one since October and finally finished. A fun build with several firsts for me. My first De Rosa, first time having to set up Deltas (which I messed up several times), first time using Carogna tubular tape (which is remarkable), and first experience with the infamous SGR pedals. Many have read about these crazy pedals but until you hold one of those metal bricks in your hands you canít prepare yourself for how much they weigh!




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Old 01-31-21, 02:28 PM
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I have been working on this one since October and finally finished. A fun build with several firsts for me. My first De Rosa, first time having to set up Deltas (which I messed up several times), first time using Carogna tubular tape (which is remarkable), and first experience with the infamous SGR pedals. Many have read about these crazy pedals but until you hold one of those metal bricks in your hands you canít prepare yourself for how much they weigh!
Wow. That is one of the nicest frames ever made imo and one of my dream bikes. Not at all jealous.
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This is spectacular, quirks and all.

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This picture from March 2019 might be my most recent of this bike. Unfortunately, the bike may have to lose the crankset, as I want to gear the bike down for bike polo, a sport I have recently developed an interest in. There are as many as two matches per week here in NYC. I've only played once, and it's a load of fun.

It's a 1975 Viscount that I've converted to fixed gear.


Curious. How did you date your bike? How do you know what year it was. I have two lamberts and Im trying to figure it out.

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Curious. How did you date your bike? How do you know what year it was. I have two lamberts and Im trying to figure it out.

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I didn't date it myself. I trusted the seller who was the esteemed Frank the Welder. He told me it's a 1975. I think it's either right or close.
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