My old circuit bike, which I used for a year or so. Was bought second hand but obviously lots of parts changed. Been used mostly as towel rack for the past two years.
Frame - size 56 no dings. I’d say it’s a small 56 compared to my caad 12
Wheels - brand spankers bought on here. Brand new kendas and sprocket, also the track nuts wouldn’t catch the thread so I’ve fittted wrong way. Easy fix.
Chain - ridden until it’s dead. But think I’ve a new one kicking about so I’ll chuck it on.
Stem - Thomson prob a 100
Bars - something narrow the lovely Max had on it when I bought of her and never changed £££
Chain set - Defo a dura ace and not a record.
Saddle - battered San Marco.
Front brake - think it works. It’s got some paint where the moron who stole the bike (some time before I owned) tried to paint. Cannondale lever on a SHIMANO calliper.
Dunno if there’s owt else, pedals don’t come with but I can maybe find some old spuds but otherwise bring you’re own.
Based in Bermondsey
What you reckon to £450 ?
Mudguard for free
If that's the chainset on that you will sell it with, it's a Dura Ace 7700 when 130mm BCD, and 7710 chainset when 144mm BCD.
That is the chainset and (in utmost) respect what’s your point?
His point is that those are not Campagnolo Record cranks.
What Tijs said.
Jeez I'll try to be nice again next time
That’s why I said in utmost respect mate. I did question it when I bought it. I’ve lost so much interest in bike bits I didn’t even take a better a look. And I used to be a rep for SHIMANO. I’ll take a better look and update. Because obviously I meant DURA ACE re reading this sentence. Sorry everyone I’m 40 on Monday and brain cells etc.....
Take a look at the inside of the crank arms, at the ends:
My guess is they're (Shimano Dura-Ace) 7710s.
Yes they are they always were. Again sorry prob cause I only ever used to race on record (and still lost).
did you just pull that out the water??
steamrollers gonna steam
True, true. Didn’t start well this.....
you sure its a 56?
the headtube looks quite small
I’ll take the measurements mAte seeing as I can’t tell the difference between campy and Shimano. But having ridden it for a couple of years and being 6ft 1. I’m pretty sure it is
So yes. It’s a 56 like I said. https://surlybikes.com/bikes/steamroller/geometry
And now has new chain
My thoughts exactly. Giving it the limelight is deserves.
Cheers. It is what it is....
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