Sunday, 30 December 2012

ICS (italcicli cycle systems) Crono

 ICS (italcicli  cycle systems)founded by Artemio Granzotto  Crono - Zurich Swiss  - size 56x54, aerodynamic frameset -  from Ebay

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Sunday, 23 December 2012

Vitus - France

Vitus Track Pursuit Carbon Kevlar frame with aluminium lugs
from here-
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Friday, 21 December 2012

Rossin for sale

This is an incredibly rare Rossin pursuit lo-pro NOS frameset. Made of Columbus SL super light tubing by the master himself sometime in the late 80s/ early 90s, it features some beautiful details like the lugged seatstays and the Rossin logo pantographed crown at the fork. It is an aggressive TT track bike, never used and never greased, and it is available to that person that will value its rareness. Size 53-55
from here-

Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Brick Lane bikes - London

we have build large collection of lo pro
bikes in brick lane bikes as well as large collection of components. But recently we have
updated our webshop and added lots of new frames , as well bikes .

more here-
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Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Serotta - USA.

Jarrod sent me photos of his Serotta-
a couple pictures of my early 80`s Serotta. It is made from Columbus Aero tubing , all Campy drive train
more here-

Friday, 14 December 2012

Royal H. Cycles - Boston USA.

this bike is a combination of so many things that i’ve found awesome over the years. i have always been obsessed with the old funny bikes of the eighties and nineties. true to form, this bike has a 650c front zipp wheel and wound-up fork, but it also features nos vitus arcor aero tubing, a twin top tube, aero monostay made out of superthin fork blades, and g.p. wilson stainless steel dropouts. the rear wheel is a zipp 1150 custom painted by my sister. the black and white patterns produce the illusion of color once rotated. the effect is startlingly awesome. the rest of the drivetrain is polished shimano dura ace ae, the first group to be designed with aerodynamics in mind. the rear brake is tucked under the chainstays to keep it out of the wind. the look ergo stem is also polished, and allows you to get as aero as you dare. or to raise the bars a little so you don’t completely ruin your back (in my case). a super fun bike to ride- very, very fast in a straight line. a dragster for sure.
more here-


Thursday, 13 December 2012

Carrera - Bresia Italy

Carrera Podium was born in 1989 out of the common passion for bicycles of its founders: Davide and Francesco Boifava and their friend Luciano Bracchi. It is a company built on the cohesion of a work team capable of obtaining important successes side by side with great champions on the roads and circuits of Italy and the whole world. Led with great enthusiasm by Davide Boifava, who daily devotes to the task his experience gained through cycling, first as a professional racer and then as a team manager; Podium is today a company with a modern structure capable of looking at the future with determination and optimism. Rewarded with over 500 victories in the most prestigious competitions.
more here-


Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Viner - Italy

Viner bikes were established in 1947 by owner and founder Viviano Nerozzi. Based in Pistoia Italy this family run business has developed into one of the classic Italian brands. After their sixty year history the company now make some of the world's finest bespoke bicyce frames with a reputation for perfect handling. Bike Science supply Viner as frame only or complete bikes built to your choice of specification. Frames are available in either off the peg sizes or tailor made to suit the idividual rider at no extra cost. more here-

Thursday, 6 December 2012

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

V. Herwerden - Holland

Van Herwerden is still in business and the shop is advocate of fine steel. Nowadays Jan van Dalen of Duell builds the Herwerdens fames.
more here-

Monday, 3 December 2012

Ian Collis - Shirebrook UK

Ian Collis gave me a couple of photos of him on his Edison frame.
Sold the bike in 1996 because i needed the money, something I have always regretted.

Friday, 30 November 2012

Pinarello titanium TT - team Banesto

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Thursday, 29 November 2012

Ken Evans - Victoria Australia

Ken Evans has spent most of his life with bicycles as a racing cyclist and a framebuilder. Ken started building frames in 1976. He learnt the art of frame building by an old master of the art (George Mcdonald) and from there put his own style to his frames. Many Professional and Amateur cyclists have relied on kenevans frames and bikes over the years, winning National and World Championships. The tight geometry and finish make the frames stand out. Today the same as in the past the production is still hand made to the same strict standards, with only the best quality material and workmanship used.

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