Now that is a nice looking scoot....
The place for fixies and other rides without gears
Welcome outside Je, that's more than rather nice
...whatever the road rules, self-preservation is the absolute priority for a cyclist when mixing it with motorised traffic.
London Boy 29/12/2011
Yeah you're right, I checked Azzurri's size chart and measured her... yep she's a small
I ordered a medium from Cycling Express and this thing turned up with a 'M' sticker on it Say What
Someone stuffed up along the lines there. I should've picked on it straight away but thought
track frames were meant to be 'tight'... It's ridable with the bull horns, wasn't too good in
the drop bars.
You live and learn I suppose
thanks for picking me up on that one
My first thought was if it wasn't for the super spindly forks that could be virtually new. Amazing stuff for late 80s.
When man invented the bicycle he reached the peak of his attainments- Elizabeth West.
Put this together for Ms HLC last night.
Replaces her clunker SE Draft lite.
Frame/Fork/headset: Colossi Cheeko Satin fluro pink with dual bidon mounts / Colossi Carbon alloy satin black / Neco sealed bearing
Cranks / BB / Pedals: Sram Omnom / GXP / BMX flats
Wheels: H+Son TB14 / Hoshi double butted spokes / Formula hubs / Conti 25c's
Chain / Freewheel: KMC / Shimano
Bars / Stem: Scottykent riz0rz / Deda
Brakes: Tektro levers / Campag Veloce Dual pivots
Saddle / Post: Selle Italia / Thomson knock-off.
Other: BB bidon cages.
The colour is absolutely MENTAL. Blurs in every photo in natural light! Need a better camera/place to take photos.
Anyway, just took it for a 30k maiden voyage. She loves it. Thanks Gypsy for organising frameset / cranks / rims. More than one smile around the house tonight!
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