Still love riding this now out in the sticks as back in London.
Actually, think its adapted better than I have....
New purchase. Ti frame, DA cranks and hub, Reynolds forks all for £500.
@jogger Really liking that. Are you using a quill to ahead converter? How are you finding it? It looks nice and neat on that bike.
Cheers. Yes, quill adaptor. Works fine and only a small gap between the headset and stem.
I'm running 28mm Gatorskins on my Seta.
This is very good! Are those the original forks? Did they come drilled?
Thanks. Yes, og fork. Was drilled by a previous owner, slightly wonkily.
amazing components right here
A build that full understands the mechanical and philosophical nature of road fixed / fixed road doffs lockring tool
Banging! Looks really good. There's a few really nice Donohue's on here and it makes me really want to get mine up and running again.
from 2 days ago...
going to ride it again today :)
Looks nice, but doesn't really fit in this thread (which is for fixed-gear bikes that have drops with hoods)
ups! you're right! Sorry! :)
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