Wow, quite the powder job on that. At least you can run a smaller dia seatpost to save weight? ;)
I wonder if anyone can shed any light on my lovely Atala frame? Excuse the NDS shot. Its 58cm, built in Dedacciai Zero 18 MCDV6 HT - a heat treated, lightweight tubeset, frame and fork both. This frame seems to be a tribute/styled on the late 80s Professionisti model, with a (fragile!) cromovelato laquer finish. All the text and logos are decals applied over the laquer. As well as the tubeset stickers there is also a sticker on the underside of the downtube marked "MCP 00"
If my research is correct, the tubing pins it mid 90s or later, so perhaps a 2000 production judging by the MCP sticker?
I found this build with a similar era frame; http://bicyclepointofview.blogspot.com/2013/11/atala-on-budget.html
Any model details, catalogue or general info on Atala from the 90s onward much appreciated.
Looking for any info on this frame I bought. I found a couple similar frames on google, but very little information. I’ll Include a screenshot of the sellers description so you know as much as I do.
I assume you’ve seen this
Yeah I have, Thankyou. The last bike on it looks to be exactly the same
To anyone that knows better than me - does the Carrera claim sound/look plausible? The frame weighs About 1300 (edit: About 1200 without the headset) So altec2 sounds right.
I ended up paying £117 inc postage so could be quite a bargain if So..
Found image browsing mudguards
I’d love a similar pair
Hi. I've got a mate looking to move this Saronni on. I've read that Colnago made the early ones. Is there any way to ID this frame as one or not?
Just found an old Ti bottle cage; which manufacturer’s logo is this?
Definitely a Blackburn Swerve Ti
[moved from the AQA thread ]
Any ideas what type of band-on down tube double-cable stop this is, or where I can obtain something similar new? I would prefer a slender cable-stop in the classic style rather the chunky hinged-alloy of Origin8 or Jtek current offerings.
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