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Cycling in Warsaw Museum of Sport and Tourism

Old 08-03-22, 12:00 PM
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Cycling in Warsaw Museum of Sport and Tourism

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Thanks for sharing. The Romet brand is making a bit of a comeback in the UK and Ireland.
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Thanks for posting this! Rouleur ran a series of articles some years back about the racing in the Eastern Bloc countries during the Cold War period and it was fascinating. Your pics of the museum displays is a nice reminder of that era (that many of us grew up in).
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Interesting. A Romet passed through my hands several years ago. I was only attracted to it because it had a first gen Super Record rear derailleur (which is now on my Redcay).

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