Dang the details on that thing are insanely good. Love it!
Am I right in thinking colour tech spray condor too? Despite frames being built in italy
wow! awesome work looks great, cant wait to see it built up
On the one hand, the Coronavirus has fucked up my business, jeapordised my childrens education and poses a serious risk to my mothers and my in-laws lives.
On the other hand, I now have a shit load of time, and I have a shed full of parts.
Unfortunately, Dave the painter was a bit too liberal with the paint, or no sufficiently liberal with the masking, so I'm off to the LBS to have the BB tapped out. Unlikely to be done today though.
Time to buy your own BB chasin'n'facin set? Every framebuilder should have one.
Greenwich Cycle Workshop - Good Lads.
Bit embarrassed I haven't got one, TBH.
Zipp has just released a silver version of their Service Course finishing kit.
Would look good on this.
Methinks you could be right.
For now, this is going to be a parts bin build, as le virus has made me bankrupt.
Of course, I will bounce back, in which case I may well go shopping at the House of Zipp.
In other news, don't forget you have to pick up your chapeau.
The boys at Greenwich Cycle Workshop did good work.
Outboard cups now installed.
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