Small donation coming following the sale of my Roberts frame. Keep up the good work.
And … SOLD
Another £5 reduction, or make an offer.
Will be especially keen if someone can collect.
I think you’re referring to the angle between the steerer and crown?
The forks are straight blade, but still need to create an offset (equivalent to the curve in a traditional fork), hence the angle of the steerer/crown. Other options are to have dropouts forward of the blades e.g. old Pace forks.
Offset is a measurement which can alter, 40mm or 45mm etc. No idea what you’d need to match the Woundup.
Someone will probably explain that better than I can.
Hello, to answer another question … it’s rear spacing is 128mm.
I suspect it was a 126mm which has been sprung to 128mm to use a 130mm rear wheel.
It had a 130mm in there with no issues.
Seatpost is 27.2, so butted 531 is a possibility
Hi Matt, it’s a 6” head tube, so around 15cm.
There are no tubing identifiers. As you can see from the brochure, 531 was the most common in the 70’s, though I’ve seen some with Columbus too. It’ll be good quality for sure.
Take another £5 off!
£115 collected, £135 posted
Toddlers getting up early the day following an AZ dose seems to be a thing. Perhaps worth registering this via the yellow card app?
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