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sawyer
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by sawyer

Nice collection!

Quite the connoisseur!

Many of an era ... a moment in time captured for the WW family :-)

Nice change to the sea of carbon bike porn we all swim in.
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Stiff, Light, Aero - Pick Three!! :thumbup:

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mellowJohnny
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by mellowJohnny

As a teenager if anyone ever asked me what my dream bike would be I would immediately answer "De Rosa with Campy C-Record". Almost bought one (without the C-Record) and regret it to this day. Was a tall order for a kid with just a paper route though!

Very jealous - love it!!

schs
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by schs

Yet another bike in Ferrari-red: this time it's my Zullo Vergine.

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More pictures here.

schs
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by schs

Life is too short for boring bicycles... More pictures here.

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schs
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by schs

Minor update of my Storck Scenario Pro. Instead of the Campa Shamal I use now wheels with Ambrosio Crono F20 rims and Heylight hubs.
More pictures here.

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by HammerTime2

schs wrote:Second is an Alan Record with a mix of Campa components. What I like the most is the comfort of the Alan - a really smooth ride. When I compare that to the Storck Scenario Pro, well...

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Is this a 126 mm rear spacing which you spread to 130 (or at least jamed in a 130 mm wheel), or did it come as 130 mm spacing? If you spread it from 126 mm to accommodate a 130 mm wheel, does that entail a risk of cracking or debonding the frame?

schs
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by schs

HammerTime2 wrote:Is this a 126 mm rear spacing which you spread to 130 (or at least jamed in a 130 mm wheel), or did it come as 130 mm spacing? If you spread it from 126 mm to accommodate a 130 mm wheel, does that entail a risk of cracking or debonding the frame?

Rear spacing is 130mm.

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