I'm putting my Bryan Warnett track bike up for sale.
I don't know very much about the builder but it is very light, frame made from 531c and 531 forks, with lovely ornate lugs, and really nice details and finish. The paint is quite chipped and could do with a respray soon. There is a small dent on the top tube. This happened over 6 years ago before the frame belonged to me and it has been carefully inspected for any potential cracks; there are none.
It is a track frame though I have set it up as a flat bar fixie. I have put lots of Dura Ace and Nitto bits on this bike, and the wheels were lovingly built by the master crafts man Arkane Wheelworks.
I want to sell this as a complete bike, though I had listed the parts individually but got little response.
Frame & forks: Bryan Warnett Reynolds 531c and 531
Headset: Dura Ace (threaded)
Handlebars: Nitto B809-cross
Stem: Nitto Pearl 100
Brake Caliper: Dura Ace 7800
Brake lever: Ridea TH CNC
BB: Campagnolo Centaur
Chainset: Miche Primato w/t Dura Ace 48T chain ring
Sprocket: BLB Stainless 17T w/t Dura Ace lock ring
Hubs: Dura Ace low flange
Rims: Ambrossio Excellence 36H
Tyres: Continental GP4000s 23c
Seatpost: Nitto 83
Comes without saddle and pedals. More pictures available on request.
All sensible offers considered, but looking for £600. Cash on collection from South East London.
Top Tube C-to-C: 56cm
Seat Tube C-to-T: 58cm
Thanks, it is a fantastic bike to ride, so much fun.
I recognise this!
Tell everyone what a sweet ride it is!
Bryan Warnett was based in Cardiff and has a very good reputation as a frame builder and in the 1980s built frames for the GB track team....lovely frame.
This is still up for grabs. Make me an offer.
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