Then, the last complete bike at home: an Altec 2 Veneto with a full Shim Dura-Ace 7700 groupset.
It cames with the blinb-bling Ambrosio Excellence TQB "Team Edition": it so too-much that I like them at the end :D
I didn't do that much on this one:
It's not the most 'precious' bike I have but it's a pleasure to ride it.
Some little updates on the R. Clerc / Junglut:
Third new projet that will have to wait for the Raymond Clerc and Raleigh Maxi Sports to be done: a "A. Bouquet" made by Cyfac in 1992 for "B JP" rider.
Based on what was left from some decal glue, it's made of Columbus tubes, but which ones?
Thron maybe? It's 57 x 57 cm, and frame + fork weigh 2.5 kg.
It will probably ends with a DA 7410 group that I'm gathering, but here it is on Campa wheels to check its geometry:
Updating this thread with the latest arrival: a Look KG ???
It didn't come in a good shape:
After a very quick/basic cleaning, and on wheels:
Familiar photo? Yes, 'cause the wheels were the ones that came with the Raleigh Maxi Sports when it still had the Look paintjob!
For the rest:
But... The derailleur hanger thread has been destroyed...
And the (right) dropout was bended. <= This is now fixed!
Now I'm looking for the frame model :)
It sure looks like a KG 171, especially with the "World champion 94" decal but the dropouts look older, more like the ones on KG 176s.
Plus it has a double 'seat clamp'...
Yes, someone didn't bother with the little screw to move the seatpost :x
That seatpost looks rough :/ lmk if you need a 74xx RD
Yeah, such a shame.
Thanks for the RD, that's noted if I fixed the hanger thread :)
The Jungblut*/Raymond Clerc is alive!
To go with that Dural aluminium frame (because sir Clerc), a Campa Record Ti 96 groupset except the headset (previous Record gen.), the seatpost and the wheels (Vento 95).
As you can see, I've cleaned and made the frame shine again but kept all its scars.
(*) "Cycles Junglut" was a shop from my hometown.
Ouf! Well done :)
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