In the process of buying a frame but need some info on the track-ends.
Anyone know what it stands for?
Depending on the maker of the bike, that could be the serial number. First two digits possible year, second two digits, number of bike made that year.
older frames had frame number punched into the drops
allins / viking have this
Oh shit, so that means my Rossin Pista could be from 1975?
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