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2001 Cyfac Albatros

Randonneur bike mainly used with 32mm tires and equiped for light or semi-light travels. Pretty fast on road, really good also for gravel path and ok for some trail shortcut. Bought in 2014.

Cyfac Albatros 2001 made-to-measure (size ~56), Columbus Zonal

Cyfac steel / Stronglight 1"

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo Record triple 30/40/52 / Campagnolo Record triple carbon 111mm

Time Atac XC4

Campagnolo Chorus 13/29 / Campagnolo Veloce

Campagnolo Chorus long cage / Campagnolo Daytona triple / Campagnolo Chorus 3x10

Nitto B136 44cm / Ritchey WCS 90mm / Syntace SLS aerobar 25,4mm (size M, 270mm)

Berthoud Galibier / Ritchey alu ø27mm from 90's

Campagnolo Veloce + Kool Stop salmon pads

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic CXP33 / Shutter Precision SV-8 dynamo 28H / Continental GP5000 32mm

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Open Pro / Campagnolo Veloce 32H / Continental GP5000 32mm

Cinelli gel cork natural bar tape (with a underlayer of old cork bar tape) / Jagwire cables kit / Dynamo headlight Busch & Müller Lumotec IQ2 Luxos U with USB output port + dynamo backlight Busch & Müller Secula Plus / Topeak Race Rocket HP pump / Blackburn MTB bottle cage

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. 2014, Campa Daytona & Veloce 3x9
  2. 2018, Campa Centaur 3x10 + VO rando bar
  3. 2018, Brevet version
  4. 2019, summer road trip version

Current Stage Info:

"New" second hand shifters & rear der.
"New" rear wheel after I crashed my CXP33 (2nd hand bought for 30€!)
Berthoud Galibier saddle, a bit more confortable than San Marco short fit.
Excellent sensations with Conti GP 5000, great tire, seems still confident after 4000km. Real width 30~31mm.
I rode 3400km with 59.500d+ in 23 stages (33 days) through south-east of France (Alps, Cévennes, Vercors…).

Added by zammit. Last updated 5 months ago.



pwebb88 says:

great photo

Posted about 2 years ago


13Misha666 says:

Look cool!

Posted about 2 years ago