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Thanks for @4ibanez for the investigative work
By comparison, this is 13g heavier than my single-sided Raceway Direct RWD "out front" mount.
I had a similar light...loved it...could set it to Cylon eyemiltmaster3 wrote:I feel more safe !
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Indeed Indurian fighting on this bike to victory with an poker face. Brings back good memories from when I was watching cycling as a little kid.
TonyM wrote:WOW fantastic!! Love it!
Are you going to built it? if yes with what?
Yes this is the project, to be 100% original, ideally I would have like to be built with components Miguel used, but that would be nearly impossible. Already lucky to have the saddle and post from the original bike and the direction with his typical spacers.mike wrote:R u going g to build the indurain up?
The two components virtually impossible to find are the Banesto Tubulars (got two 95 tubulars never used from ex mechanic) and the bar tape, Benotto white textured (after 2 week of search I found 3 sets within a stock of 1000 Benotto tape...
The rest is 95 Record with 94 C-record 180m cranks. Wheels wise, 95 has seen Banesto using wide range of wheels. Shamal 8s, Omega or Sigma rims with 32 spokes either crossed and welded or in some rare occasions radial...
The last challenge is to know the special part Miguel used: need to confirm if he used short Ti axles on his Time pedals, few aluminium or Ti components (freehub, axles...).
Just for the pleasure the detail of the BB... what a size for wheelbases! Could already see Pegoretti style 20 years ago
Thanks to Nicola from OLDBICI for all the work done on the bike!
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