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Lapébie (Road Sport)Francedbroglin05/24/2015 04:39 PM
Miyata Team TitaniumJapanfhaas05/15/2015 12:33 PM
Olmo CompetitionItalybobasmar05/09/2015 04:00 PM
Raleigh Clubman LadyEnglandjenda05/06/2015 04:07 AM
Omega TeknobikeEnglandWalkman-man03/22/2015 03:05 PM
Record T.I. RaleighEnglanddbroglin03/26/2015 10:13 AM
Masi 3V VolumetricaItalyfhaas01/21/2015 12:04 AM
Guerciotti CorsaItalyfhaas11/19/2014 12:24 AM
Coppi campionissimoItalymauri5711/10/2014 03:14 PM
IDEOR (Road Sport)Italymauri5711/10/2014 02:47 PM
10 Newest Frame Models UpdatedRSS
Model NameCountryUpdated ByUpdated On
Lapébie (Road Sport)Francedbroglin05/24/2015 04:39 PM
Miyata Team TitaniumJapanfhaas05/15/2015 12:33 PM
Olmo CompetitionItalybobasmar05/09/2015 04:00 PM
Bertin C-37bisFrancebobasmar05/09/2015 03:07 PM
Mercier Service CourseFrancebobasmar05/09/2015 02:41 PM
LeJeune Champ du MondeFrancebobasmar05/09/2015 02:07 PM
Raleigh Clubman LadyEnglandjenda05/06/2015 04:07 AM
Record T.I. RaleighEnglanddbroglin03/26/2015 10:13 AM
Omega TeknobikeEnglandWalkman-man03/22/2015 03:05 PM
Vitus 979Francefightfooter01/28/2015 09:32 AM
10 Newest Brands Added/Updated
Brand NameCountryAdded/Updated ByAdded/Updated On
LapébieFrancedbroglin05/24/2015 04:35 PM
Francesco MoserItalyJFischer04/21/2015 08:46 AM
Cycles MarinoniCanadajfproulx04/13/2015 10:24 AM
ShimanoJapanjenda03/29/2015 04:35 PM
Carlton CyclesEnglandMGTS03/17/2015 10:06 PM
OmegaEnglandWalkman-man02/04/2015 12:19 PM
PeugeotFrancezidortri01/22/2015 05:54 PM
Cycles HartmanNetherlandshanskruse01/11/2015 03:37 PM
Pierro CyclesFranceGuyGadois01/02/2015 02:05 PM
LaizSpaindanitool12/20/2014 01:33 PM
10 Newest Frame & Head Badge Comments Added
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Cilo Sprint-X (1973 - 1974)Max Speedwell05/18/2015 02:14 PM
Oh boy, does THAT ever bring back memories! Mine was a '72. Don't remember having Red Labels but did use the 610's. The Campagnolo brakes were getting rare and expensive. I could get a set of hooded levers t wholesale but they were $14!!! A lot of money, in fact, a days wages! Have photo of me on the bike, pre-race, 1972. 400 gm rims and Soyo tires. Hard to believe I actually raced that tank. Pinned & hearth brazed, touring geometry, heavy rims and nylon tires. In spite of all that I managed 5th in that race, about five seconds off the winner. Sixteen miles in about twenty eight minutes. I wanted to barf.
Puch Royal Xrustystrings6105/14/2015 07:48 AM
These were sold c.1977-78 in the U.S. in salmon (pictured) and white. Stock components included Shimano Dura-Ace 52/42 chainset, Regina Oro chain and 14-22 5-speed freewheel, SunTour Cyclone derailleurs and downtube shifters, Weinmann Carrera sidepull brakes with gum rubber hoods, SR LaPrade seatpost, SR handlebars and stem, Weinmann 27 x 1 1/4 alloy rims laced to large flange Normandy Sport hubs. The frame was double-butted Reynolds 531 throughout with forged dropouts - my memory is vague, either SunTour or Shimano forged ends. The same frames were painted silver-gray and fitted with full black-anodized Dura-Ace and tubulars and sold as the Royal Force; with other components and a flat black paint, they were also sold as the Austro-Daimler Vent Noir.
Gazelle Champion Mondial AA-Special (Early 1990's)benbrangwyn05/06/2015 04:28 PM
I have a 1994 version of this and it rides beautifully. The frame is a work of art with tasteful pantographing. It was ridiculously cheap purchased from the Netherlands and shipped to the UK.
Viscount Aerospace ProJHenry05/05/2015 05:03 PM
I wrecked one of these on the rear quarter panel of a Pinto in 1979 at about 25 MPH. It had the Death Fork, but interestingly enough the fork blades both snapped about 8 inches above the dropouts, not at the steering tube joint. I later built another Aerospace Pro frame into a 16 lb one brake fixed gear trainer. Light, but whippy frames.
Moser HeadbadgeGermán Aguilar04/13/2015 11:33 AM
This bicycle frame is Italian. Not France !!!! Francesco Moser is an Italian cyclist , born in Giovo in 1951. He was winner of the Giro d' Italia in 1984. Proofread error please !!!
Moser HeadbadgeGermán Aguilar04/13/2015 11:32 AM
This bicycle frame is Italian. Not France !!!! Francesco Moser is an Italian cyclist , born in Giovo in 1951. He was winner of the Giro d' Italia in 1984. Proofread error please !!!
Moser HeadbadgeGermán Aguilar04/13/2015 11:32 AM
This bicycle frame is Italian. Not France !!!! Francesco Moser is an Italian cyclist , born in Giovo in 1951. He was winner of the Giro d' Italia in 1984. Proofread error please !!!
Moser portrait head badgeGermán Aguilar04/13/2015 11:31 AM
This bicycle frame is Italian. Not France !!!! Francesco Moser is an Italian cyclist , born in Giovo in 1951. He was winner of the Giro d' Italia in 1984. Proofread error please !!!
Follis Headbadge early/mid-50sTwowheelmotion03/09/2015 05:58 PM
If you have no bike to affix this to, I have a beautiful specimen that is missing this very detail!
Guerciotti Corsatwmfam302/08/2015 11:45 AM
Looks like a beautiful frame in excellent original condition. Congrats.


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