On 29 May 1965, Tom Simpson rode in the London–Holyhead race, the longest unpaced one-day race, with a distance of 265 miles he won in a bunch sprint. Simpson set a record of ten hours and twenty-nine minutes and with an average speed of 25 mph.
Camping stove, coffee percolator & sunglasses when waiting for a recovery van.
In all seriousness would be interested too
Brian Decker handmade pursuit frame
Let me think about this and come back to you. Presumably this doesn't include the lens?
I find it's awkward to shoot casually. Like it's obviously heavy, needs a seperate meter, tripod really and focusing is harder than the RZ67 I had before. For landscapes with cable release/tripod nothing comes close for me but wouldn't mind something I like using everyday. Third world problems I know!
This has been my plan for the last 10 years but it just doesn't happened
Haven't used my medium format camera in a long time and wondering if I swap it for a 35mm rangefinder will I shoot more...
Any obvious Leicas you could afford from the sale of a mint Hasselblad 500c/m with Carl Zeiss 80mm lens?
Probably shouldn't but am investigating - thanks. Shame my local 10 isn't really suited to fixed :(
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