Reynolds 631 main triangle, 725 stays. Comes with brakes, seatpost and headset. Is fast due to being red. The fork has some rubbing to the inside of the crown area, I'll add pics if anyone is interested. I was riding it, though I don't know if a shop would recommend it. The frame has huge clearance at the back, and probably up to around 29mm at the front. It rides fantastically - I've used it as an out-and-out road bike for a couple of years now. It has eyelets for mudguards and a rack and could be used as a light tourer. I've dreamt of getting a custom steel low-trail fork for this and making it a randonneur.
I love this bike, it would be great if it went to someone who'd appreciate it.
A pic: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/13c-0Glbt_0r_0Opvbzx6E8cWAERNHNX8
£100 plus postage or collection from Manchester
Nice one. Couple of lovely Goffs up fir sale on lfgss this month.
What is the headtube length please and is it 1” or 1 & 1/8th?
@johnnettles2 I can measure the headtube tonight, it's a 1" steerer
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