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Farleigh Track

Australian built Farleigh by Bob Farley, unknown steel, offered to me cheap in really rough condition with a couple of small dings and some rust etc. Looks pretty early (no serial), Davis Components crown/lugs/bb. Stripped to raw, bead blasted, decals added and finished in plenty of furniture wax. I needed a frame I can get dirty, drop, lock up, ride whatever conditions and not worry too much about ruining it. Parts too nice for a pubbie but they were all sourced cheap and dirty and cleaned up way nicer than expected. Excuse crappy pics, will get better ones later.

Frame:
Farleigh 54ish.

Fork/Headset:
Farleigh round blades, DA-7400 headset.

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano UN54 110mm with DA-7402 172.5mm.

Pedals:
Swap between beater MKS RX-1 and spare Campy pedals I prefer to ride with (pictured).

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Somafab 17t, Formula lockring, Cycles Underground 48t, Izumi.

Handlebars/Stem:
DA-7400 hidden bolt stem, Cinelli 65 Criterium wrapped with leather.

Saddle/Seatpost:
27.2 DA-7400 post with Concor Max recovered in leather.

Brakes:
not drilled.

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Formula TH-20 low flange 3x to Araya CTL-370 with 25c Gatorskins.

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Formula TH-22 low flange 3x to Araya CTL-370 with 25c Gatorskins.

Accessories:
Finn.

More Info:
Cyclomondo decals.

Added 8 months ago by alibi. Last updated 8 months ago.

6 Comments

simplicityofjoy

simplicityofjoy says:

Killing it! Absolutely love this bike!

Posted 3 months ago

Fazz7

Fazz7 says:

pure beauty!

Posted 8 months ago

usman

usman says:

wow!

Posted 8 months ago

thisisdish

thisisdish says:

super rad bike!! love this!

Posted 8 months ago

shinkuu_kiss

shinkuu_kiss says:

Nicer than a lot of people's best bikes! Love it.

Posted 8 months ago

Noypi

Noypi says:

Beautiful!

Posted 8 months ago

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