Klein Quantum Pro

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schs
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by schs

Klein Quantum Pro from 1996 in burgundy blue - enjoy! More pictures in my blog.

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gravity
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by gravity

Tell us more about those spacers!

by Weenie


Radiokopf
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by Radiokopf

Wow! Great build! Enjoy!!


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schs
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by schs

As I was asked about the weight: it's 8.3 kg as pictured. The Edco hubs and the Mavic rims are not very light...

bm0p700f
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by bm0p700f

Who cares about the weight I don't it is simply lovely.

NRV
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by NRV

I've always loved those Quantum Pros. No exception here.

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jbaillie
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by jbaillie

I love it, it's stunning.

I hate doing this but: It's almost too perfect... do you not ride this bike? It's unblemished.

schs
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by schs

jbaillie wrote:I love it, it's stunning.

I hate doing this but: It's almost too perfect... do you not ride this bike? It's unblemished.

I bought this bike a few weeks ago from the original owner who could not use it much due to a back injury. I changed some of the parts: the wheels are NOS (I built these a while back for another bike but never used them), crankset is a little used Dura Ace 7410 with 50/38 (the original owner had used a tripple Campa crankset), the seatpost is a new Thomson. That's it. When I changed the parts I first used some special parts like anodized screws for the chainrings etc, but I think it's better this way.

by Weenie


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