Motorola Team frame
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    Motorola Team frame

    I have a team frame that I bought years ago from the Motorola shop in WI. It was Cezary Zamana's frame. I love the ride but I haven't used it in about 10yrs. I am thinking about having it refinished after reading a thread in the Colnago section. Would look so nice all fixed up!







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    leave it original.

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    I agree , pedals, period saddle and front tyre/tube only (what is that seatpost BTW ?)

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    yes, looks in good shape, get it up and running
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    still not figgering on biggering

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    that headtube angle looks insanely steep!

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    I hope these look OK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy STi View Post
    that BB shell looks like the gear cables ran through it at one stage so the plastic guide must have been fitted later .

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    Motorola Team Frame

    It you are attempting to build up the Motorola Team frame with original parts. I might be able to offer some help? I had a good number of team bikes and frames, including both Frankie's and Sean Yates Paris Roubaix bikes, a couple of the TT bikes, etc. I still have Max Sciandri's PB bike, and an MX Leader built for Frankie. Anyway, in addition to the bikes and frames, I still have a good bit of original hardware, primarily new. I know I have stems, the whole box of their ti small parts, hubs I think, some chainrings, maybe a seat post or two, possibly some shifters, DA 8-9 spd cassette bodies, DA right side crank arms, DA left side shifters, Paris Roubaix Rims, water bottles, other small parts. I probably have more, but that is what comes to mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamu View Post
    It you are attempting to build up the Motorola Team frame with original parts. I might be able to offer some help? I had a good number of team bikes and frames, including both Frankie's and Sean Yates Paris Roubaix bikes, a couple of the TT bikes, etc. I still have Max Sciandri's PB bike, and an MX Leader built for Frankie. Anyway, in addition to the bikes and frames, I still have a good bit of original hardware, primarily new. I know I have stems, the whole box of their ti small parts, hubs I think, some chainrings, maybe a seat post or two, possibly some shifters, DA 8-9 spd cassette bodies, DA right side crank arms, DA left side shifters, Paris Roubaix Rims, water bottles, other small parts. I probably have more, but that is what comes to mind.
    I have been looking for a 175mm 7410 crankset if you have one available Shamu ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamu View Post
    It you are attempting to build up the Motorola Team frame with original parts. I might be able to offer some help? I had a good number of team bikes and frames, including both Frankie's and Sean Yates Paris Roubaix bikes, a couple of the TT bikes, etc. I still have Max Sciandri's PB bike, and an MX Leader built for Frankie. Anyway, in addition to the bikes and frames, I still have a good bit of original hardware, primarily new. I know I have stems, the whole box of their ti small parts, hubs I think, some chainrings, maybe a seat post or two, possibly some shifters, DA 8-9 spd cassette bodies, DA right side crank arms, DA left side shifters, Paris Roubaix Rims, water bottles, other small parts. I probably have more, but that is what comes to mind.
    I have been looking for a 175mm 7410 crankset for this extra if you have one available Shamu ?
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    Nice GAN colorway.

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    Sorry, excavations: D0611 - frame built in 1992, probably used by Cezary Zamana in the summer of 1992 for the Bud Light team; may have appeared together with Zamana for the Caloi Motorola team in 1995, after repainting, used as a training bike frame.

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