Indeed fantastic livery. With the black components you really made the frame stand out. Saw it in shiny silver campy as well once in the flesh and it was lush as well. Can't go wrong I'm saying.
Shit I'll be talking in my sleep about that chrome and painted fork ends...
lots of classifieds, let's see some readers!
@dicki - you still have that blue Baanfiets? can we see some current pics?
I'm still working on my A frame rando 650. Should be finished this week. If I get any time at work
Found this lot on my phone, gazelles past
Got it home.
Not quite finished though
Here's a girl on a 1978 CM
Bargain TI Gazelle
here's a dirty CM of mine, after the very wet l'Eroica 2015 in Gaiole, shot for Dutch magazine Fiets
and the 'before' pic so you can see it actually is a Gazelle :-)
Filth! Love it! don’t see many in black about 👌
Lovely professionally photographed. Howcome those gumwalls kept their colour? Aquasure?
Guess I didn't brake much ;-) or it must be the cleansing qualities of Strade Bianche mud...
Some more detail pics here
Well, that's just great advertisement for those Grand Boises or you are one daredevil descender :)
I did a wet eroica in 2016 (chianti classico route), which absolutely destroyed the gumwalls on my brand new Challenge Stradas
I'd say in 2016 it was damp-ish ;-)
I guess you're right lol. In 2016 it was mainly wet due to rain the night before I believe.
A Frame done
Fine Zieleman btw!
Lovely classic randonneur look, extra nice pump handle cover, well done!
Awesome! You happy with it? Does this have the pantographed stem you did?
Very nice! Looks so good in black
This one has a nitto technonic that I paint filled
Fabulous, must be a great joy to ride that!
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