It's never wrong to know where a Greggstraunt is 😉
Which calipers/levers are those?
The XT derailleur still retains its original warning sticker regarding 28t max, it'll stay as long as it can .... then it will just fall away into the long grass, the mechs are still available for $239 - with sticker.
On the Zinn?
Campagnolo Icarus levers with hope cable actuated polished calipers, front Hope large flange hub with campagnolo 8 speed Tandem rear hub.
Aha! I thought it was some aftermarket piece of kit :)
holy crap what a collection
Mind-blowing collection of British steel. Do you have project threads for all these on Retrobike?
They are all on there ..... Somewhere
NOS early Stumpjumper https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/174524429828
Excellent find, that is a beaut! Will undoubtedly go for silly money. Thankfully it's too big for me or I'd be justifying that six ways from Sunday.
Fucking hell that’s quite the haul. Like the Bromwich - have a Bromwich mixte sitting in my loft that I keep failing to build up for my partner.
Someone should hire that guy to photograph their wedding.
Picked this up today. Quite a bit of rust but otherwise doesn't seem to have seen a huge amount of use.
One from the outhouse.....
Marin Bear Valley 1989, with mountain LX groupset only available that one year, found the frameset online and sourced the groupset bit by bit until it was a bike once more
Early Stumpjumper ending today -
Amazing collection. Could spend a long time reading about those builds!
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