Bridgestone 600

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by Bryan on March 2, 2014

in Bicycle Gallery, Customer's Bicycles

Prestin’s Bridgestone 600 road bike. The idea behind this custom build for Prestin was a do-all road bike that could be a daily rider and have the potential for some light touring down the road. Using long reach brakes and 700c wheels the frame has clearance for larger tires (28-32s) and fenders making it a very versatile and useful bike. There is a lot of bike packed into this classic little Bridgestone. Look for it tearing up the streets of San Francisco.

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64cm Eddy Merckx custom frame, fork and Campagnolo Record headset. Measurements: 64cm Seat Tube (c to c), 58.5cm Top Tube (c to c). This frame was custom built for a tall gentleman. Columbus SLX tubing sticker, but it rides stiffer than that, most likely uses Columbus SP or SPX tubing (tubing intended for larger frames). Seat stays are extra beefy to help keep this large frame stiff. Finished in Team Panasonic colors. This is a rare find for the taller Eddy Merckx fans out there. Frame is ding/dent free, frame is free of rust, paint is in good shape for its age, Campagnolo dropouts/fork-ends, chromed chain stays.

SOLD

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58cm GT ZR2000: Aluminum Road

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by Bryan on October 30, 2013

in Frames, Sold

58cm GT ZR-2000 frame, fork and Tange headset. Measurements: 58cm Seat Tube (c to c), 63cm (c to t), 58cm Top Tube (c to c). Aluminum 6061 heat-treated and butted frame, carbon fork with 1″ steel steerer tube (265mm length steerer). Oversized and shaped aluminum tubes along with GT’s Triple Triangle design make for a very stiff and responsive ride. Will build in to a fast riding and fairly light road bike. A lot of bang for your buck with this one…

SOLD

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Shimano XTR M900 Group

by Bryan on October 24, 2013

in Components, Cycling History, Style

I’ve been piecing together a M900 XTR group for a little while now. I’ve finally collected just about everything I need for a build minus the seat post and headset . Considering building it up on an older steel cyclocross frame with flat bars. Such a beautiful vintage MTB group.

94XTR1

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51cm Saso: Sport Touring

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by Bryan on September 24, 2013

in For Sale, Frames

51cm Saso Sport Touring frame, fork and Stronglight Headset. Built by long-time California frame builder Dale Saso. Measurements: 51cm Seat Tube (c to t), 49cm (c to c), 51cm Top Tube (c to c) and 133mm Head Tube. Tange Prestige tubing with fillet brazed construction. Takes 700c wheels and standard reach road brakes. Has fender eyelets front and rear as well as rack mounts on the seat stays. Rear spacing is 130mm. This custom frame was designed as a light weight touring bike for its original owner and would make an ideal Seattle commuter with the fender mounts and extra tall head tube for a comfortable heads-up riding position.

$385 Frame/Fork/HS

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59cm 1988 Fuso FRX: Columbus SLX

September 10, 2013
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59cm Fuso FRX frame, fork & Campagnolo headset. Built by master frame builder Dave Moulton. According to the Dave Moulton Frame Registry, this frame is from 1988. Frame size “59″ stamped on the BB shell, measures: 59cm Seat Tube (c to t), 57.5cm (c to c), 56cm Top Tube (c to c). Constructed out of […]

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58cm Gunnar Crosshairs: Cyclocross/Commuter/Touring

September 5, 2013
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58cm Gunnar Crosshairs frame, fork and Ritchey sealed bearing headset. Made by Waterford Cycles in Waterford, WI. Tig welded, semi-compact geometry with slightly slopping top tube for increased stand-over, Ritchey drop outs. 58cm Seat Tube (c to t), 56cm (c to c), 57cm Top Tube (c to c). Fork has 1″ threadless steerer tube that […]

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Bianchi Squadra

August 30, 2013
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Rita’s Bianchi Squadra road bike in classic celeste. This little Bianchi had been sitting for some time and needed some life breathed back into it. After a thorough tune and replacing a few worn parts, we updated the bike with the lady’s Brooks saddle and some compact drop bars. It is a great riding little […]

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50cm Gunnar Roadie: Waterford Made

August 2, 2013
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50cm Gunnar “Roadie” Road frame, carbon fork and Ritchey Logic headset. Made by Waterford Cycles in Waterford, WI. Tig welded, semi-compact geometry with slopping top tube for increased stand-over (important for shorter riders). 47cm Seat Tube (c to c), 50cm (c to t), 51cm Top Tube (c to c). Stainless steel Waterford dropouts with fender […]

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Early Klein Road

August 2, 2013
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Ryan’s Klein road bike, an early example from when they were still made in Chehalis, WA. This frame is an old friend of Ryan’s, his first road bike he ever had. Recently he decided to resurrect it with a new build. He already knew he loved the predictable handling and comfortable fit, so it would […]

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