I keep breaking more stuff that is sensible, today it was rear hub on my road bike, few days ago my phone. Need some funds for repairs, so got to let one bike go.
Picked this up early January as a spare bike, but haven't done anything to it. Got all the parts to go on it, but haven't touched the thing since the day I bought it.
Reynolds 631 frame, was sold to me as Paul Donohue, but I haven't confirmed it. 55x55.5cm ctc
Carbon 1" threadless Pinarello fork.
Chorus 1" threadless headset.
Miche crankset, 170mm. Not seen one like this before, looks something that has been replaced by Primato eventually.
Not too sure that the brake levers are, Radius calipers. (Apparently company set up at the back of Tektro factory)
Wheels are also unknown, but true and smooth. Braking surface is nearly untouched. Generic freewheel and fixed sprocket fitted. 36h, nice and strong for everyday riding.
ITM stem and seatpost, FWE bars, Specialized saddle.
Can't remember what are the pedals, but there are some pedals.
Frame itself has some paint chip and sings of age and use, but no dents or any other damage, the rest on the bike hasn't seen much use, less than a 50 miles total. It's in perfect condition to ride as it is.
No better pictures at the moment as I've got no phone, but you're welcome to come and check it out.
Let me know if you got any questions, sure I missed loads of stuff.
Nice. Exactly what I miss having right now.
But I just shipped a complete bike myself and know the hassle. Also just paid 18£
shipping for a jacket from the UK.
You don't fancy a weekend in Berlin?
We have a nice couch in the middle of Kreuzberg.
You will never get rid of me if I come over for a weekend.
That really won't make the I need one more bike and someone from the internet will stay on our couch discussion with my girlfriend easier.
Interested, and just DM'd
Just got it out of storage, and on closer look it has same tubing as my other ex bike.
It has a lot of potential to be a very nice build, if anyone would wish that.
Friday price drop : £250
Interested.... Have you still got the original fork you mentioned in the other thread?
Sure, still have that.
Is up for sale with the bike?
Wasn't originally included, but if you want it, it can be.
What size exactly? I mean what the centre to top measurement of the seat tube? and the centre to centre top tube please/
It's 56cm ctc on seat tube and 56.5 on a top tube. Not sure on ctt. Can measure in a bit.
Nevermind all that, just double checked, it's 55x55.5 ctc and 56 ctt.
how much with the extra fork? Also any chance you've got any pics of it fitted?
Plus £20 with another fork added.
Never had it fitted, as it needs a different headset and doesn't take a brake. Bike came to me as it's pictured.
Original is a straight fork, so would look just like my Rourke above.
Is the other fork threaded? If so would be very interested. Could view this weekend.
Yes, it is.
Nice PM in coming
Is that whole bike for sale?
(Sorry im a newbie )
No worries, we all were newbie at some point.
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