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1991 Raw Trek 1420

winter riding mode!

Frame:
1991 Trek 1420

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Omni Carbon-Ti

Pedals:
Look Keo 2

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Campy Record/ Campy Record/ Campy Record

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Veloce Rear/ Centaur Front/ Veloce brifters

Handlebars/Stem:
Sakae/ Sakae

Saddle/Seatpost:
Zoncolan/ Thomson

Brakes:
Veloce

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Kinlin xr200/ bikehubstore/ Conti force

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Ksyrium Elite/

More Info:
That's all!

Added by max5480. Last updated over 8 years ago.

As of over 8 years ago, max5480 has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

17 Comments

Nathap470

Nathap470 says:

Dope!

Posted about 5 years ago

escarpment

escarpment says:

How did you get the paint off the frame? I have the same frame and am inspired to follow in suit. Any tips would be much appreciated.

Posted about 8 years ago

max5480

max5480 says:

I would keep the original color. It looks OK but I wouldn't do it again. But if you must, it's called paint striper and you get it at the hard ware store

Posted about 8 years ago

escarpment

escarpment says:

Interesting, why wouldn't you do it again? I was afraid of paint stripper because of the glued lugs, Seems yours held up just fine. Thanks.

Posted about 8 years ago

notquitearmy

notquitearmy says:

Sick lines on the stem/bar/hoods!

Posted almost 10 years ago

adrian13346

adrian13346 says:

Looks awesome with modern components, any idea how much it weighs?

Posted almost 10 years ago

max5480

max5480 says:

Thanks man. I think it was around 18.5 lbs... It rode like a champ including keeping me upright after getting my handlebar turned 90ยบ in two inches of snow... don't know how that worked. Now the components are on the Bianchi (928) and this frame has become a lightweight touring bike with its original group.

Posted almost 10 years ago

adrian13346

adrian13346 says:

My Gf's dad just gave me this frame in almost new condition and I wanna do a similar modern build, what size FD clamp does it need?

Posted almost 10 years ago

max5480

max5480 says:

sweet man! i think it is 34mm or so... actually the same size clamp that fits on my Bianchi 928... carbon frame with a 31.8 seatpost... i'd measure it but i'm out of town for the weekend... this bike is now a touring bike... i'll post new pics soon

Posted almost 10 years ago

max5480

max5480 says:

yes, saddlebag... seeing how it's obviously attached to the saddle... JK bro fo life!

Posted over 10 years ago

joehanus18

joehanus18 says:

nice saddlebag

Posted over 10 years ago

EpicSchwinn

EpicSchwinn says:

Dang! This is an awesome build! Lots of nice components on there

Posted over 10 years ago

max5480

max5480 says:

Thanks man i try

Posted over 10 years ago

joehanus18

joehanus18 says:

raaawww

Posted almost 11 years ago

SillyGooseCookie

SillyGooseCookie says:

looking good! is it going to be built up geared? if so, what kinda parts are you thinking?

Posted almost 11 years ago

max5480

max5480 says:

Thanks man. I think I might be getting a Campagnolo Record square taper crankset!!!!!!!!!!!! Other than that, I'm just going to try to find some deals. There are a few guys in town with tons of parts that I'm planning on rummaging through...

Posted almost 11 years ago

SillyGooseCookie

SillyGooseCookie says:

can't wait to see it!

Posted almost 11 years ago