Tokyo Fixed S2 Frame
Seattube - Centre-Centre - 57cm Centre-Top - 59cm
Toptube - 56.5cm
Heatube - 170mm
Drilled for brakes F+R
Clearance for 28c F+R (might be able to push 30s) - I remember having 28s fitted with room to spare
27.2 seatpost, BSA BB & Steerer threading.
Pretty nice frame when new, Columbus Thron tubing? or double butted something - I'm sure you could find out with a search on here.
Ridden around town for 5 years, paint is gouged on TT from some knob locking up, chainstay & BB from chain coming off, usual lock spots are chipped (DT & ST), Seatpost was stuck in frame & burned out, BB in frame (might need a similar treatment). Has a Tange Passage Headset fitted.
I hit a guy on who ran across the road in front of me. I didn't realise at the time but as front wheel took almost all the impact, it managed to bend forks backwards 1cm or so. Has fairly bad toe-overlap as a result. No visible structural / impact marks to HT, TT, DT or steerer. Please see pics.
I continued to ride the frame like this for 4/5 years, even with a rack or Wald basket
Ideally put some new forks on it. I have the original paint code if you'd like to restore it.
Collection from Queens road Peckham / Nunhead
I assume you're not looking to post, right?
Dibs! Will pm
Edit: meh, too slow, put me down for a second dibs.
Got to luv a rat
If you'll post ill take it. Dont need the forks
I think it wears the patina really well ! Not ugly
Put me in line for dibs.
reckon I just saw this leave the building (think we live in the same complex)
You certainly did! I’ve always wondered as I see that Kepler in the window 👀
good to know there's another bicycle-ist about
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