Another moving out clearout - all items dibs and pm please, can post smaller items at cost, collection preferred in SE14
Rossin stickered forks 1" threaded, not sure they're legit as no panto but nonetheless nice steel road forks, fully chromed underneath paint - £30 now £25
650c alloy forks 1" threaded, pretty ratty - £25 now £20
Njs Nitto b125aa drops 40 cm- £15
Njs Nitto Jag 110mm - £28 sold
BLB Pista bars 38cm with Deda tape- £5
Nitto RB021 38cm- a bit scratched up - £10
Deda Piega drops 44cm - £10
Two Cinelli stems, one 120mm missing original clamp bolt, the other 100m - both £10 100mm sold
Miche Primato Chainset - 165mm arms, 46t chainring, Italian thread bb - overall v. good condition, slight wear to chainring - £50 sold
Ofmega chainrings, both 144bcd now £5 each
52t 3/32" ring
49t 1/8" ring
French threaded campy pista bb, 65mm width to fit 110mm rear spacing - both cups in good condition with no pitting, some pitting on the spindle, not original lockring but the rest original as far as I can tell - £50 sold
Flite carbon seatpost 27.2 - overall good nick, a few small scratches, 220mm from clamp to bottom, crazy light - £45 sold
Beater track frame, rattle canned dark green, all straight and true and threads in decent nick, one small dent on the top tube, comes with Tange headset, 55 st ctc, 57 tt ctc - the only photo I have is it built up - £90- now £80 now £70
Real beaten up rear track wheel, Mavic MA40 rim with unknown hub, hub crunchy but possibly serviceable - £5 sold
Sturmey Archer 5-speed hub on Wolber Super Champion rim - £10
Miche Pistard Clincher track wheelset - used only a few times, as new condition without a mark on them, come with tyres, tubes, 14t cog, and lockring - £110 sold
If anyone has any interested in any of these then they're yours for free, otherwise they're all getting binned this week - just to confirm, no postage on these
Koga Miyata ProDelta lopro road frame, sick frame with a curved top tube but with a slight crack at the cable routing that was repaired once and has cracked again, ridden for a while with crack - 57 st, 55 tt
Special CNC Track frame, slightly cracked seat tube - 56tt, 54 st
Mechanical turbo trainer, has multiple resistance speeds, big and heavy so collection only but works sweet
Dibs BLB pista bars pls...
Flite seatpost is 27,2?
Yep it is, my bad forgot to add that
Any idea what diameter steerer on the 650c forks ,if inch and an eighth I’am definite plse,cheers stef
dibs 100mm cinelli stem - will PM
Got a picture of the Special CNC?
It's this one
Forgot to put both forks are 1", sorry boss
Thanks for fork info ,I’ll skip thanks but great price that’ll sort someone out,cheers
PM'd RE: Flite Seatpost
Any photos of the wheels?
Real beaten up rear track wheel, Mavic MA40 rim with unknown hub, hub crunchy but possibly serviceable - £5
Forgot about those! Here are photos of the wheels
Beater rear track wheel is double fixed
I will take that MA40 rear wheel if it is a 700c clincher.
Sweet, 700c clincher it is
Thank you for the delivery! Much appreciated!
(also helps we live 2 streets away with @pastry_bot between us)
The rear wheel is a Mavic MA40 700c 40 holes clincher rim laced to a BH AIRLITE double fixed hub, obviously also with 40 spoke holes!
The distance between the cone lock nuts is 106 mm (common on track bikes in the 1940's and 50's) so will try to service it and respace to 120mm.
Have a bump :-)
Can I get more pics of the miche primato cranks?
Here you go
PM'd about the broken framesets.
I am after drilled road forks in 700 with at least 189mm of 1" steerer.
Price drops, Miche Pistard clinchers added, availability updated
Pics of the track wheelset here
dibs nitto jaguar
Those pistards are also on eBay though?
Nope, they were and I took them off to put on here
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