@wharry Yes that stem is super cool. I almost regret to let it go on a friend's bike. It's a ritchey force made by nitto. I've also modified the rack a little bit after this pictures. I shortened the stays of the rack and drill new holes into the flat section to connect the stays with m6 screw and stainless p-clips to the fork legs. The coda quick release was too short and it was not easy to remove the front wheel. (the fork was in steel not in carbon as yours).
The yepp front child seat are amazing. We have use it a lot with my two sons.
Have you modified the clamping device on yours ? It seems very high. If i remember correctly the legs of my children were behing the handlebar and not in front as on your bike.
I've keep the triple cause we live in the middle of the swiss alps
Cool bikes. I've built one of these for a friend recently.
If you end up by splitting i could be tempted by the wheels for my nature boy
Rad bike ! Way cooler as a complete restauration with a boring period build.
I am currently doing the same job to remove rust patch on an old GT frame.
You have mentioned linseed oil. Did you use it for the inside of the frame ?
Is the wheel still available ?
The frame is cool. Do you know what it is ?
Thank you for the search and the pictures. So i assume that you dont have the p2 anymore ?
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