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20 Newest Components AddedRSS
Item NameCategoryAdded On
LAM Grand SportBrakes04/24/2015 08:08 PM
LAM 1/2 Ballon DuralBrakes04/24/2015 08:01 PM
Holdsworth AllezPedals04/24/2015 03:04 PM
Powell (low flange)Hubs04/24/2015 02:52 PM
Tank (earlier version)Hubs04/24/2015 02:41 PM
PhilcoBrakes04/24/2015 11:26 AM
Sofir gonfleur CO2 inflatorSmall Parts & Accessories04/18/2015 09:37 AM
Monitor SheerlineBrakes04/17/2015 11:12 PM
Julien Prunier gonfleur CO2 inflatorSmall Parts & Accessories04/17/2015 11:06 PM
LDC gonfleur CO2 inflatorSmall Parts & Accessories04/17/2015 11:00 PM
Excel Dynamic (type 2, holes in cage, no lettering on back, tensioning plastic under adjuster screws)Front Derailleurs04/17/2015 05:33 PM
Cyclo Gear Company Super OlympicRear Derailleurs04/17/2015 04:53 PM
British Hubs (BH) Airlite (high flange; riveted flanges; solid axles; single sided)Hubs04/16/2015 05:18 PM
British Hubs (BH) Airlite Continental (high flange; quick releases; single-sided)Hubs04/16/2015 05:11 PM
British Hubs (BH) Airlite (small flange; quick releases)Hubs04/16/2015 04:58 PM
British Hubs (BH) Airlite Continental (high flange; solid axles; single-sided)Hubs04/16/2015 01:00 PM
Simplex Juy 53Front Derailleurs04/16/2015 12:24 PM
GiulietCassettes04/11/2015 11:03 AM
VedettCranksets04/08/2015 11:15 PM
Cyclo BlocFreewheels04/08/2015 01:21 AM
20 Newest Components UpdatedRSS
Item NameCategoryLast Updated On
Ideale No. 3 Speciale Competition Saddle ClampSmall Parts & Accessories04/24/2015 08:18 PM
LAM Demi-BallonBrakes04/24/2015 08:03 PM
LAM 1/2 Ballon DuralBrakes04/24/2015 08:02 PM
Powell (high flange)Hubs04/24/2015 02:51 PM
GB Coureur PlusBrakes04/24/2015 02:47 PM
Tank (later version)Hubs04/24/2015 02:39 PM
Simplex Tour de France (similar to Champion du Monde Model 46 with a different lower pulley cage )Rear Derailleurs04/24/2015 02:12 PM
Simplex Champion du Monde (no bolt slot on dropout claw)Rear Derailleurs04/24/2015 02:05 PM
Simplex Randonneur 22D (later version; straight lever)Front Derailleurs04/24/2015 01:56 PM
Simplex Randonneur 22D (later version; bent lever)Front Derailleurs04/24/2015 01:56 PM
Brampton RacingPedals04/24/2015 11:52 AM
StrataBrakes04/17/2015 11:19 PM
Edco gonfleur CO2 inflatorSmall Parts & Accessories04/17/2015 11:01 PM
Excel Dynamic (type 1, no holes in cage, lettering on back)Front Derailleurs04/17/2015 05:29 PM
Ursuss Super LuxeBrakes04/17/2015 05:01 PM
Constrictor ConloyRear Derailleurs04/17/2015 04:56 PM
Cyclo Gear Company Benelux (right side cable pull, 1951 version)Front Derailleurs04/17/2015 02:17 PM
Cyclo Gear Company Benelux Mark 7 (lever-operated, later version type 2)Front Derailleurs04/17/2015 01:34 PM
Cyclo Gear Company Benelux Super 60Rear Derailleurs04/17/2015 01:22 PM
Cyclo Gear Company Super Olympic ProfessionalRear Derailleurs04/17/2015 01:06 PM
10 Newest Brands Added/Updated
Brand NameCountryAdded/Updated ByAdded/Updated On
PhilcoEnglandpeterbman04/24/2015 11:25 AM
SofirFrancepeterbman04/18/2015 09:36 AM
Julien PrunierFrancepeterbman04/17/2015 11:06 PM
LDCFrancepeterbman04/17/2015 10:59 PM
GiulietItalyWalkman-man04/11/2015 10:55 AM
VedettFrancepeterbman04/08/2015 11:14 PM
Cycle Trading LimitedEnglandpeterbman04/03/2015 01:48 PM
KINEXSlovakiajenda04/01/2015 02:56 PM
ShimanoJapanjenda03/29/2015 04:35 PM
Psycho PsyclesUnited Statespeterbman03/20/2015 10:46 PM
10 Newest Component Comments Added
Commented ItemUserAdded On
SunTour BB-GP00-J, GPXchester200004/24/2015 01:33 PM
Ranking comments above are slightly in error. 1990 was the last year for Sprint. It was followed in the line by GPX, Radius, Edge, Blaze, VX, AC2000 and AC1000. In 1991, SL became the 2nd tier group, followed by GPX and Radius. I don't have literature for the rest of the 1991 line. In 1992 the line was: Superbe Pro, SL, Radius, Edge, VX, and RT.
Campagnolo BR-02CH, Chorus Monoplaneronroda04/21/2015 02:41 AM
The brakes pictured are actually the earlier version (1987 -89) C051 / C052 with white O-rings for the cable adjusters, less "beefy" brake arms (compared to BR-02CH) at the bottom where the brake shoes are attached and brake shoes with plastic covers.
Shimano RD-A105, 105 Golden Arrowfernadonoso04/19/2015 09:44 AM
Anyone knows if there is shimano 600 golden arrow?
Shimano HS-7300, Dura-Ace AXfernadonoso04/16/2015 07:12 AM
hi i'm looking for Replacment for Dura Ace AX aero stem metal dust cap Alloy, anyone could say me where to find it? Thanks¡ :)
Cyclo (steel pulley arm, Cyclo flanged lower pulley)Sparrow04/08/2015 10:12 PM
Le Cyclo was the company of Albert Raimond. 1923: a limited number of the prototype version were sold. 1924: the brand was officially launched. 1925: the prototype was refined into its final version mechanically speaking. 1928: began exporting to britian in partnership with Louis Camillis the eventual foreign agent. 1933: Raimond and Camillis form the british Cyclo Gear Co. Ltd. this being precipitated by import restrictions meant to encourage UK domestic production. 1962: after a long slow fizzle, the approximate end of Le Cyclo derailleurs. b
Shimano RD-5001-LS, SanteNonesensE04/08/2015 02:12 PM
Mine is marked RD 5001 only, without LS designation (I'd rather expect a GS designation anyway, as it's more like medium cage like all of Shimano's "long" cage road bike rear derailleurs I am aware of).
Dohertyignatzcatz04/08/2015 01:59 PM
I found a set of these Doherty brakes on a 1946 Claud Butler I have just gotten hold of for restoration. They have their quick release mechs intact and I shall restore them to be fitted back on the Claud. I'm just wondering if the arms should be polished alloy and the fittings bright zinc which is how I usually go about brake restoration. At the moment they are dull grey and rusty and maybe that is how they should be; maybe someone could advise me differently.
Dohertyignatzcatz04/08/2015 01:59 PM
I found a set of these Doherty brakes on a 1946 Claud Butler I have just gotten hold of for restoration. They have their quick release mechs intact and I shall restore them to be fitted back on the Claud. I'm just wondering if the arms should be polished alloy and the fittings bright zinc which is how I usually go about brake restoration. At the moment they are dull grey and rusty and maybe that is how they should be; maybe someone could advise me differently.
Dohertyignatzcatz04/08/2015 01:55 PM
I found a set of these Doherty brakes on a 1946 Claud Butler I have just gotten hold of for restoration. They have their quick release mechs intact and I shall restore them to be fitted back on the Claud. I'm just wondering if the arms should be polished alloy and the fittings bright zinc which is how I usually go about brake restoration. At the moment they are dull grey and rusty and maybe that is how they should be; maybe someone could advise me differently.
Cinelli 65 Criteriumjfproulx04/06/2015 11:07 AM
I currently own a Cinelli Criterium bar (old crest logo) that measures exactly 39.5cm (outer-outer) or 37cm (center-center). I guess it's pretty rare, since 40cm is the smallest size listed here.


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