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Wendy, beat but still brings the heat

Bought bike off of Craigslist from some guy in the suburbs who said the frame was one of a few custom built by some dude (Chen or something, can't recall) for a cycling team in the 90's. Thought it was stolen from my apt basement like 2 years ago and found it a few weeks ago down in that pit with air in the tires still. And more broken than it was. It means a lot to me(I almost died on this bike, and the tall frame probably saved my right leg) and I fixed it back up to better than rideable condition. First post, here she is. She's tall and thin, light as a feather, sharp as a tack. Seatpost clamp area is totally done for though, unless I want to get a frame builder or welder involved.

???custom track frame 1990's???

???campangnolo fork ends??? / Campangnolo Record headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sugino 75 144 48t / ???

Fyxation Gates Slim

Sugino 75 48t / All City track cog 19t / kmc


Nitto RB-010 / Nitto Technomic 25.4

Selle Italia Turbo / alluminum

Tektro, filed down by LBS to fit fork, right lever. Fran not drilled for break in rear. Mostly have it because of legal issues (not joking) but I won't lie it is nice on some hills and downtown here where people are always drunk just like the stereotype.

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
???/ sealed bearing / panaracer stradius sport 23c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
???/ sealed bearing / vittoria rubino 23c

Salsa bar tape

More Info:
If anyone can help me identify this frame I would really appreciate it. Insta @bravothefox S/O to Chase Hawk of The Bike Fixers, Fyxation, and Tom Barrett for making street car tracks a reality for us finally.

Added by Bravothefox. Last updated over 6 years ago.



40degreerake says:

Milwaukee, eh. Me too.

Posted over 6 years ago


Bravothefox says:

Dude that's everyone's response. Eh.

Posted over 6 years ago