- Getting my old road bike back
It went through various local roadies and ended up with a customer of mine, but it never left the town. I did sell an old mountainbike to this guy and when I asked about how that was going we got talking and hey presto.
The saddle has been changed, but it looks like it still has the clear Benotto bar tape from back then. It’s pre Ergo and was made from Oria tubing which I’m off to Google now.Posted 9 years ago
Damn can’t get to it until Tuesday night. Been doing some research into the frame and it looks like it was a good bit of kit.Posted 9 years ago
I think it might be fitted with Campags first 8 speed kit so possibly suitable for an 8 speed Ergo upgrade.
It’s all flooding back now, Campag Omega wheels. And old Cinelli 66 track bars (what I liked back then)
Stupidly excited about this.bobby-ggMember
Oldgit, are you going to post pic’s of it when you get it?
I’ve just acquired a Joe Waugh, which after a lot searching I think is fitted with Anthena kit, it’s a 7 speed, and has plastic crank bolt dust caps, the hubs are record with mavic ma40 built with straight gauge dt spokes.
all that’s missing is the callipers so that’s what I’m on the look out for now.
Rob.Posted 9 years ago
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