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Here is my first fixed gear build. The frame was a bargain find Centurion Elite road competition frame with Tange #2 Champion tubing.

1980 Centurion Elite 62cm

Tange #2 Fork / IRD Technoglide Gold Headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Paul Components Road Crank 48t Royal Flush / Miche Primato Pista BB

Wellgo Track Pedals Black Powdercoat

EAI Deluxe Cog 17t & 19t / Paul 48t Chainring / KMC K710SL Black Chain

Not Here Buddy!

Soma Urban Pursuit Bars Gold Ano 42cm / Kalloy Uno Stem

Soma Okami Saddle Western Floral / Kalloy Uno Seatpost

Dia Compe Gold Anodized

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Velocity B43 Gold Ano / Formula 32h / Thickslick

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Velocity B43 Gold Ano / Formula 32h / Thickslick

Dia Compe Shot Brake Lever, JagWire Cable, Livery Design Gruppe Lockrings, Hold Fast Olive Drab Straps, Livery Design Gruppe Wingnuts Black Powdercoated, KCNC Gold Valve Caps, Velo Orange Elkskin Top Tube Wrap, Custom Vinyl Graphics, Soma Track Grips, Toronto Cycle Gold Crank Dust Caps

More Info:
The frame was a Craigslist $10 find and was in poor condition. All brazeons were removed and filed/wet sanded for smooth appearance. The hole in the rear brake bridge was filled with silver braze. Frame was media blasted and powdercoated RAL 6014 NATO Green. Completed frame was coated internally with Boeshield T9. All assembly was done by me except BB facing and thread chasing.

Added by gr8tdane. Last updated almost 13 years ago.



mashtofu says:

Beautiful.. But is the top tube protector really necessary?

Posted almost 13 years ago


gr8tdane says:

Yeah its pretty necessary. If I was running risers then maybe I would forgo the tt leather wrap. But alas it serves a function and it smells good (nothing like full grain leather, huh?) Plus its not nearly as unsightly as those giant foam wraps that everyone seems to use...

Posted almost 13 years ago


Hachiken says:

Yeahhhhhh bullhorns will dent your frame. I've experienced it firsthand.

Posted almost 9 years ago