A bike for a cog for a cause

Cecil Walker/Paconi 853 steel frame
Reynolds Ouzo Pro fork
Columbus integrated headset
Pro stem (hope to replace with thomson soonish)
chopped homeless bars (to be replaced with Nitto Noodles)
Sugino 75 cranks
Gebhardt 48t chainring
Campy bottom bracket
Wipperman chain
Crank Bros Candy SL pedals
Thomson Elite seat post
Selle Italia SLR carbon saddle
Laser etched high polish 20t CTA cog
Phil Wood high flange SLR track hubs in black, single fix rear,
laced 32h 3x to black Velocity Aeros
Vittoria Randos

I’ll put some proper bars on it soon and then take some better photos.

Massive thanks to everyone who has helped put this together, and to all of you for your phenomenal support over the last few months. It’s been a difficult recovery so far, but your support and encouragement have made a world of difference.

You’ve come a long way, baby. Well done!

Looking good Nath.


…got any blacker?

The chainring teeth, cog, chain, chainring bolts and wheel bolts could use a touch of black.

Doesn’t matter though. Great looking bike. Hope you don’t have any toe overlap issues.


Nice mate, Nice.

Which Carlton Street would that photo be taken in?

Cog: Who did I send the images too to get it etched - I may need to get a copy of it back. My computer died the other day and i think the either the motherboard or the hard drive is Farked. If its the Motherboard, I’m fine, but if tis the hard drive…


The Carlton St. is McIlwraith - just north of the cemetary.

I really like the not-black bits now - especially the shiny bolts and chainrting teeth. Toe overlap IS a problem - but not once it’s moving.

ok stuff it - i like the bars for now (clike for larger):

Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot. Need i say more?

Just went on alittle ride with the man himself.

Bike looks ALOT better in real life.