My bike re-build...

Maz

Legendary Member
Here's a QR lever I found down at the local tip:


I rebuilt the bike to its former glory, no expense spared:
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Smokin Joe

Legendary Member
Very nice bike Maz.

Surprisingly long chainstays, though. I wonder who threw a mavic skewer in the skip? ;)
 

gbb

Legendary Member
Location
Peterborough
Very nice Maz, very nice indeed ;):biggrin::biggrin:
I hope you're rightfully proud that you've given that QR a new lease of life....shame it cost £1000 to do it (probably):biggrin:
 
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Maz

Maz

Legendary Member
simonali said:
Need to get back down the tip and find some pedals so you can ride it!
Yeah I know. I really wanted to find some Shimano Ultegras to complete the look. Unfortunately, all I could find in the scrap metal skip was a pair of Shimano PD520s and PD540s. The search continues...:biggrin:
 
I've got a pair of vintage Campagnolo drop-outs which need a bit of a furtle do bring them back up to a Pinarrelo frame with 50th anniversary Super Record if you've got a spare half an hour sometime. I'll buy you a pint and that.
 
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Maz

Maz

Legendary Member
mickle said:
I've got a pair of vintage Campagnolo drop-outs which need a bit of a furtle do bring them back up to a Pinarrelo frame with 50th anniversary Super Record if you've got a spare half an hour sometime. I'll buy you a pint and that.
You're on! :biggrin:
 

fossyant

Ride It Like You Stole It!
Location
South Manchester
Stop skirting the issue, and get those pics of the new Roadie and the trusty Sirrus up...come on......
 
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