That stem. Roar.
Swapped to coppi aero post & turbo combo for a bit. Might stay for a while.
is that real?
it's like I looked at god right in the face
is that real?
It was in 1996
A few minor changes from when I received it. Took it for its first proper ride early this morning. I was expecting the front 24" to feel twitchy but it was very stable, even out of the saddle. I'll race it in the next few weeks and see what we can do.
Staggering! The drillium on the dropouts is a nice tpuch as well. 2 questions though: 1. Are the headset cups also campag and 2. The yellow brake pads are for carbon rim, no?
Yes the drilled dropouts were a common feature of this frame builder, he often drilled the BB lug as well.
I'm actually unsure if the cups are Campag. They don't seem to be stamped as such.
I modified Swisstop yellows to fit the AX calipers to give better braking and protect the anodising on the rims a bit. The yellow pads are pretty soft. The original Shimano pads are very hard and abrasive.
Well if it works with the yellows, I have to say that's pretty brilliant.
They work very well. They do leave a yellow residue on the rims but that cleans off no problem.
My dream is to have a Takhion on my wall but I wouldn’t say no to this
Thinking of selling my large Colossi LoPro as the Affinity is getting all the attention these days. Comes with carbon fork and FSA HS. Just if anyone’s interested ;) t
A lo pro bought it resently.
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