Recon single speed converter kit. For those not in the know, these kits are for converting wheels designed for use with cassettes into just single speed function. A 16t cog is included. Tooth wear is minimal and the kit hasn't had much usage. For 3/32" chains. All threads are good on the lockring.
Izumi Super Toughness track chain. This chain has is new and complete, although it has been mounted on a bike and so cut down (off-cuts are in the box) but then removed again unused. Still has the factory grease coating. For 1/8" chains and there's 116 links. This is not the NJS older version of the chain, but is nevertheless still pretty good:)
Dia Compe Dirty Harry right hand brake lever plus Shimano Tiagra brake. Condition of the lever is very good with just slight scuffing to the tip a faint graze above the Dia Compe logo. The pivot is still tight and threads are good with nothing seized. The brake is in similar condition with only a small scuff over the Tiagra logo. Lots of meat left on the pads. Will split, just ask.
Dia Compe Dirty Harry left hand brake lever. Condition is very good with just slight scuffing to the white paintwork in a few spots. The pivot is still tight and threads are good with nothing seized.
Stronglight track chainring. This was bought to use with the matching Stronglight 2000 chainset- I've just sold this now, so obvs no longer need this chainring, especially as the PCD is the 144mm size which doesn't fit any of my other track cranks. It is a 48t chainring and of course for 1/8" chains. Condition is near excellent with nearly all machining remaining on the teeth.
Profile aero pursuit/bullhorn bars. 40cm width, so for those less broad in the shoulders. 26mm bar clamp size. These basically look never to have been fitted to a bike and are possibly NOS, as there's none of the usual bar clamping marks etc. There's a few scuffs from storage though.
£8 > £7
Cinelli L.A.84 aero pursuit/bullhorn bars. Like the above, these bars are 40cm across, so best suited for those less broad in the shoulders. Bar clamp size is for the older Cinelli stems: 26.4mm (can provide one if needed). These are pretty scarce retro aero bars and also in the same condition as the above Profile ones (bought together) so quite possibly NOS. Also have a few scuffs from storage but nothing really to speak of. 'Bullhorns' extend 27cm from the horizontal part of the bars.
Izumi track chain. Since being disappointed after finding out how I'd incorrectly identified my earlier listed Izumi chain, I've decided to list a second one I have. This one though is in used condition but has been properly maintained. I've degreased it before taking pics and it's ready to be oiled and fitted. The number of links remaining is 96. Checked with a chain wear gauge and it's not stretched.
Nitto B260AA riser bars with GB stem and new Tioga grips. Measure 49.5cm across, and they have been cut down. Bar clamp size is 25.4mm. There's a fair amount of rise- around 3cm. The stem is a retro GB British made (no branding on it though) one and but complements the bars very well IMO. Extension on it is 9cm. Stem and bars are in very nice condition with just one or two slight scuffs, and the only real thing to mention is that one end of the bars has had a noticeable graze and but I've fitted new (unused) grips so it now won't be visible. Will split, just ask.
Cinelli Criterium track bars. Lovely classic track bars from Cinelli. Measure 40cm across c-to-c so for those less broad across the shoulders. These have the older Cinelli bar clamp size of 26.4mm, so require a suitable stem (happy to provide one if needed). Condition is very good, with only slight grazing showing on the centre sleeve, except for stem clamping marks of course, but they'll naturally be covered once the stem is fitted.
Unbranded track chainset. They're unbranded but I suspect they're made by Sugino, since the writing near the pedal holes is the same as that on some of their cranks. The chainring is 44t and shows little usage, and is for the 1/8" chains. Threads and tapers are good.