wow, it's been a hot minute since I checked in on this thread. Went touring. Anyhoo ya, they're the MUSA Jungle Runners that are steel and like 810 wide
I'm just glad that after 5+ hours of fucking about with those mudguards (and eventually giving up and paying my LBS to sort them out) I've got something to show for it.
Any idea what the cransket is ?
The silver tri-arm ones are Rene Herse.
Now do the other one. ;)
I got as far as the chainring guard, which looks exactly like a black version of the one that's on the SILVER double crankset. Though the arms themselves don't match. I've given up!
Arms have an air of painted early-90’s Campag...
very nice bike, is it NW chainring? looks like normal single speed, how does it work? any drops while commuting?
functional bike for riding to a remote volcano, and then hiking up it
carrying 30 days food and 4 days water
bike + gear weight: 80kg
holy mother of God.
Unreal bike and terrain. Would love to see more.
Bonkers! Where is this? You got any more info?
I’m loving this, very closed to what my new bike will be.
That front rack! Will yours have straight or bent fork legs?
Excellent. Any drive side pictures?
What’s the point in that comically small rear rack?
No ideas, I choose to ignore it.
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