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  • Should say 'grunge' on the back, just like a real turbo.

  • http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2169/2378­203142_2e30dacc91_b.jpg

    Don Walker makes AMAZING machines! Funny to see him doing 'boutique' style frames now...

  • That fillet brazing is incredible. I was really curious as to where the seat post clamp is... any ideas?

  • Oh, and that frame is a track frame with a double down tube. It's pretty stunning.

  • I love this thread, and not just because on nimhbus's post. I just love a good looking bike, the funny thing is all my bikes are always more functional then beautiful but I just love them all the more for it.

  • where is that track?

  • more info here

    Deserves something a teeny bit better than RPM cranks.

  • where is that track?

    Just North of Chicago I believe. I may be well and truly wrong though.

  • looks like they need to get the sander out on those boards!

  • any more pics of the Don Walker VB?

  • any more pics of the Don Walker VB?

    Some attached... he's not uploaded all of them to his website yet, but the pro pics he's had taken will look good.


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  • noice, he's also got a colour co-ordinated wound-up on there.

  • noice, he's also got a colour co-ordinated wound-up on there.

    i noticed that ;)

    vb i think the seat post is like a quill stem with an expander as the bottom ;)

  • i noticed that ;)

    vb i think the seat post is like a quill stem with an expander as the bottom ;)

    Is that a good idea? I love the beauty of it.

  • Thomson don't do quill seat-posts. i think there is a hidden bolt, at the back.

  • Thomson don't do quill seat-posts. i think there is a hidden bolt, at the back.

    I think the same. Otherwise she'd have to remove the saddle to put a long allen key down the throat of that seat post to make any adjustments.

    What about the wound-up... how nice are those? As in... would a wound-up give a better ride experience than a steel fork. i.e. if you had a wound-up lying around and a steel frame and fork, would you put the wound-up on if all of the aesthetics of it were good.

  • sorry for what must be a stupid question, but what is a wound up?

  • http://www.woundupcomposites.com/road_fo­rk.html

    Very good carbon fork that excels at Cyclocross. Road, disc and tandem flavours also available.

    Kinda ugly, so painting them is a fairly smart idea.

  • Hasn't someone here got one? I want to try one for ride quality.

  • That fillet brazing is incredible. I was really curious as to where the seat post clamp is... any ideas?

    In his pocket !

    The clamp was removed for the photography session/display - the bike was apparently made for the bloke's daughter 'Juliana.

  • haha

  • In his pocket !

    The clamp was removed for the photography session/display - the bike was apparently made for the bloke's daughter 'Juliana.

    That actually makes a hell of a lot of sense.

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