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    New addition to the family

    Set up as SS currently but will be changed to Fixed as soon as I get a cog.

    Originally posted in retro (60's Bianchi) stripped and powder coated to newness. More pics to come but here is my new B.
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    Not in the mood?! Mood's a thing for cattle and love play... not fighting.

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    Looks good, what gear ratio are you running ?

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    Beautiful bike. Isn't that a Stronglight crank ? Love the star.
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    Well all I had laying around was a 21 BMX freewheel. The Stronglight crankset came with a 50 tooth large ring. This gives me about 63 inches and at 90 rpms will give me almost 18 MPH of I figure correctly. 27inch wheels with 25mm tires.
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    Stronglight crankset. I need to polish or up more. Back in the day there was a lot of art in bikes. A very nice example here. I'm guessing late 60 to early 70...

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    Quote Originally Posted by racerx View Post
    Stronglight crankset. I need to polish or up more. Back in the day there was a lot of art in bikes. A very nice example here. I'm guessing late 60 to early 70...
    That's the crankset on my late, beloved, PX10. Coolest look ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Loving View Post
    That's the crankset on my late, beloved, PX10. Coolest look ever.
    PX10, high desirability factor there sir.

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