Same story as with the Dolan TC1 bike, unused though does have a slight scratch on outer rim of rear wheel from being moved about house. Will also include a second hand 14t Dura Ace track cog and lockring with very light use - if any which has some marking on inside from cycle club that I bought it from on here.
The 7600 Hubs are rear single sided and both wheels are 32 spoke 3 cross.
Not really up for splitting this, I built up last year but it has had no use at all since becoming a dad. Currently sitting around the house collecting dust, unfortunately it is time for it to go to a good home before the wee one destroys it. There is a few small scratches from being moved about the house, one on the top tube near the seat post and some on the underside of the chain stay.
Dolan TC1 Grey/White/Black 54cm Frame
Alpina Track fork, seatpost and headset
Stronglight 48t Chainset with Shimano UN55 bottom bracket
Exustar PR100P White Keo compatible pedals (Used on previous bike)
Deda RHM01 handle bars with white track grips (New white bar tape included also)
San Marco Ponza saddle
Condor Track Hubs(Double sided with 17t sprocket)/Alpina 32 * 3cross DB1.7mm spokes/WTB 25mm Disc rims (Not rim brake compatible)
Vittoria Rubino G+ 25c Anthracite Grey Tyres
SRAM PC-1 Chain with link
Had problems like this with a stock wheel set when screwing the valve nut too tight against the rim. Ended up just leaving the nut off and I've never had problems with it since.
The lawyer lips are for quick release axles, if you want to use track nuts you'll need to get the file out!
Yeah the black stem could work, if you’ve got the silver Cinelli try them both out!
65's. They are not as deep as classic track bars but still keep the shape and look, so better for road riding.
No point in sourcing out period specific parts and then slapping on straights or risers.
Needs to be drops.
Great frame BTW, looking forward to seeing it complete.
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