(seems I never measured it decently. Shame on me...)
Solid effort. Love this.
Think I’ve got a 145mm quill
Will find it then post some :)
Anyone got tips for white bar tape? I've got some Lizardskins DSP, but it's filthy 5 rides in.....and won't get clean.
Had fizik microtex white tape for an age. Seemed to clean up well.
White spirit? Can't guarantee it won't ruin the tape, but if you apply it carefully with a rag...
thanks. This has some print that I can't seem to get off though. It's not visible in this pic, but I would much prefer it to be without.
My Master is a 57 , such great bikes to ride
I have steel forks on mine as like the ride feel , but have some Colnago flash forks also
Builders wipes then rinse
Thanks - will give that a go!
Thought so... they look fast!
Cheers : )
Cinelli Caleido cleans up pretty well with warm soapy water.
I think go for leathery as opposed to rubbery and you should be fine.
White Spirit on the rubbery stuff might not go so well.
slightly off topic but white hoods come up well using toothpaste or cif etc... might work on leathery bartape as well... also another trick I've tried is using seamgrip on gumwall tyres when new - they clean up a treat
Hi, my first post, wanted to share project I am working on. Just bike as was (until Monday) with new wheels. Took of nearly 800grs replacing original Mavic SUP/ultegra hubs with the Boras. Frame being re painted (some will think its a sin, but Decor is not that amazing), groupset and some components will be replaced too. Really looking forward to advance on it.
Strong first post.
Looks very nice!
I would have left the paint as is since it looks in decent nick, but no reason to hold back if you can spare the cash. What’s the plan for the new paint job?
Ive got two longies and looks like they’re both 135mm, sorry about that!
Pretty sure IV got a 145 quill baby sitting in my parts bin.
Thanks. I will post updates as the project moves on
Nice bikes! is that a corsa extra max in kelme i see :) ?
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