Nice that! Snowflake wheels too
is it just me or do the forks look a little steep/crash damaged?
How are you getting on with yours?
indeed, looks like it had a run-in with something
Very slow as my wife is on maternity at the mo and we are trying to sell/buy a new house, so no spare cash for spaffing on bikes.
I've got a load of stuff to sell, and some cash coming in for stuff id sold to a mate as a 'pay when you can' job. Once I've got that in my pocket, il get building. Record 12 speed
Let's hope a Gazelle fan is house hunting...
Old school cross was just hard!
Sadly too big for me, glws
I'm bloody tempted on this, I had my TVM for 5 years and was the best Gazelle and the best steel steed I've owned.
Still searching for a 54-56 :-(
Hackney Pedlar have one for stupid money but might be willing to trade for a decent frame they can sell on for a ridiculous price hike...
You know me, I will never pay those 'london' prices. Trade could be interesting, my only Gazelle collateral is an AA-Super Monostay ;-)
Especially getting out of the toe clip pedals and back in again, that must have been horror!
@Carabo ‘s former TVM demax (?)
Yep, correct :)
Steven de Jongh his frame.
Is it as fast as it looks?
Can't say it feels slow! Pretty modern ride when you're on it with the Rival groupset. It feels a lot quicker than my epic allez.
What year is yours? Also, size? edit, guessing its a 50cm/medium
I really want one of these!
Yes, it's a medium from 1999.
If anyone is looking for 653. In 58. Odd paint though.
Also Evert Van De Beek has been posting his collection again. Such a nice bike !
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