"My" road bike, built 1986... Spent the week at Scott Paisley's framebuilding workshop in VA USA the summer of 1986. I literally slept in a hammock hanging between pine trees, just behind his cabin. During the days I would work alongside Scott, in the evening eat dinner with his family. Then crash. By the end of the week I had a presentable frameset. A few extra days of finish work and she was ready to send to Franklin Frameworks for a coat of Imron. So, what you see before you is the result of that work, original paint still, most of the Campagnolo parts came off of a Raleigh Pro I'd bought off of David Austin (a big Charlottesville bike nut), some parts were swapped out or added later. Bar tape is original too! It's a mix of Columbus SL/SP, Henry James lugs. Quite a lot of extra work went into the fully internalized cable routings, and the wishbone rear end.
Columbus SL/SP. SP fork blades, Down tube, and Chainstays. All the rest is SL
Mine, SP, Stronglight Delrin, original, never adjusted since new.
Campagnolo NR, both
Some kind of Time
Campy Crank and BB. Suntour 6 speed FW (13-21) Sachs chain
Campy NR rear, Mavic SSC front, Campy NR shifters
Cinelli XA (?) and Cinelli CDM bar, original bar tape!
Campy NR, Fizzik Vitesse iirc.
I think the calipers are Chorus or Athena, levers are Shimano 105
Campagnolo NR High Flange. Mavic GL-280 rim, Continental Sprinter Tubular
Campagnolo Hi-Lo (laced 4 cross drive side, 2 cross non-drive) with "reinforcing washers" to resist my massive torque. Mavic GL-330 rim, Conti Sprinter Tubular.
Bottle cage so flimsy it'll only hold an *empty* water bottle.
Wishbone rear end. Fully internalized cables for brakes and shifters.
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