Had no plans to build up a "new" ride, but got the frame from a "cellar" sale. Didn't want to invest to much so I used "cellar" parts and only new parts where needed (for now ;)). Couldn't get my eyes of the lugs. And maybe the kids will be tall enough in 10 years. Don't be mad with me for the setup ;)
Unknown with Nervex Lugs (maybe PX10, but the part where the seat stays hit the seat tube does not look like Peugeot for me). 56 c-c. 120mm rear. Campagnolo dropouts. Interessting detail on the down tube (maybe for gear lever clamp - see last pic (shows lugs without paint as well)).
Unknown with Nervex lugs - Tange Levin (italic font) (came with frame). Drilled for use with modern brakes (2mm more where needed).
Shimano 105 FC-1050 - 170mm (used) / Shimano 1.37"x24 BSA (came with frame).
Shimano PD-M520 (or Shimano PD-6400 with toe clips) (both used).
Fixed / 18T Miche (used) / Gebhardt Track BCD 5x130mm (new) - 47T
Satori (unknown) (used) with Ergon GA3 grip (used) / 3T Arx Pro -17° / 120mm (custom paint) (used) on Ergotec Ahead Adapter 22,2 / 1 1/8 (new).
fabric Scoop (used) / BBB SkyScraper BSP-20 - 400mm - 27,0mm (!) (new).
Front: Dia Compe Dual Pivot BRS101 (normal) (new). Rear: Dia Compe Dual Pivot BRS202 (long, I used the front brake. Long "screw" needed) (new). Jagwire cable housing. Tektro FL540 brake lever.
Mavic Aksium (used), Conti Ultra Sport - 28mm (not used, but old, cheap and heavy).
Mavic Ellipse (used), Conti Ultra Sport - 28mm (not used, but old, cheap and heavy).
Hebie Rainline Mudguard, 36mm, made a custom adjustable mount for the rear one so I can get it closer to the tire after the rear wheel is in. Little ring to hold the cable housing infront of the stem in the right place.
Rust was removed (not much was there), "Painted" the edges of the lugs to make them more visible (was tone in tone before). Clear varnish. "Lightweight" tires, and shorten the seatpost will bring it down to 10kg
Added by benus. Last updated over 1 year ago.