Retro Roadies with Brifters

#1

As in the roadie thread, needs its own category and I love posting this bike.

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#2

Nowhere near as nice as any merckx. But I love it.

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#3

I so want any flouro fade in the stable.

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#4

Here’s mine from post your roadie

I’m liking this thread already!

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#5

Here’s mine and I have others in the pipeline.

I also have a Repco frame like above, if anyone wants to stop me having to build it up, let me know!

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#6

Here’s mine: unknown roadie, dropouts stamped Columbus. Shimano 6400 group.

Now looking a lot more ‘ridden’ than in the photos. Still love it to fucking bits though.

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#7

I’m getting in on this thread before Blakey does.

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#8

Damn you!

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#9

I need to get some flicks of my friends Kenevans that he bought off if here…

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#10

I now have period correct 7400 Hyperglide hubs and DT 1.1 rims thanks to snowflake.
Sorry Blakey about the brifter height.

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#12

i think this is the most RHS profile pics ive seen in a row, good work boys.

ps, move to roadie section?

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#13

Hmm. I think I need to do some apologising too. Comfortable for riding on the hoods, but decending and braking (learning) up around Kinglake I found the drops were rendered a bit useless.

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#14

Now in bits, awaiting one of Andy’s Gazelles.

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#15

Work In Progress.

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#16

those concords with gold rear triangle and forks are the sex…

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#17

ah, those were the days.

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#18

c’mon fluro fade!

now got a 120mm stem on it and a slacker angle for my tight hammies.

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#19

That’s a lot of cable you’ve got going on there!

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#20

Just bits still in situ on bars from donor. Got some brand spanking red stuff to install.

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