La Seyne/Mer, London, Copenhagen.
Could be worse, the Ironman was on today :-)
Truss forks have been around for ever. I couldn't possibly say if these are any good, but all steel disc forks are compromised in some way anyway, I don't see why these would be any worse.
THM Clavicula. You're welcome.
Yes and no. I have a Feather Popular razor (the plastic £8 one off Ebay everyone should start with) and the angle is very "safe". As such it makes the use of their sharp blades much more friendlier.
Nice job on the Cannondale. Now following.
I'm sure our friend is still looking at the Colnago thread so I posted the picture there too just in case.
I had the same requirements and bought an early 60s British bike (Soens) . It is designed for 27" wheels with mudguards, so with 700c the clearance should be good for a 32mm tyre. It has horizontal dropouts for chain tension, and no unsightly hanger either. It was also really cheap on eBay, you just need the time to find one.
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