Economical Fixie

Just finished this relatively economical fixie, mostly just a commuter:

Australian made 56cm tange tubed frame and fork made in Melbourne by Southcott.
Campagnolo seat post, 2nd hand Selle Italia saddle.
Quill stem, Drop road bars
Campi Veloce brake levers, Campi Mirage brakes from ebay.
Zeus 47t cranks, 15t cog on the back.
Mavic Open Sport rims and shifter hubs, black spokes, from Malvern bikes.

Most of it I bought already on the bike from CraigC, added wheels and new brakes (yes, yes, I know, but I’m also a father so I’ll need them every now and again)

Ace, see you saturday!

Looks very nice.
What is the go with the paint??
Seems to be either a fade or metallic??

Do you have some closer photos of the crankset? Are they road or track ones?

Yeah, it’s a slightly metallic two tone purple fade, I was going to get it repainted but i’m glad i didn’t now.

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Do you have some closer photos of the crankset? Are they road or track ones?[/quote]

I’ll take some more in daylight over the weekend and post em up.
thanks.

Hope the saddle is comfy for you :slight_smile:

Yeah, it’s a slightly metallic two tone purple fade, I was going to get it repainted but i’m glad i didn’t now.[/quote]

The colour is MAN PURPLE!!!

Haha!
It was only a matter of time!
Craig, about those brakes?

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