My Mclennan Mistral

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Mclennan
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by Mclennan

Hello All,

I was on the forum previously but couldn't remember my old username so back after a couple of years away.

My new KVA stainless steel ride built by Tarn Mott here in Australia.

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There are more pics and a bit more about the bike on Cycle Exif

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Happy New Year to All.

Cheers
Keir

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743power
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by 743power

Perfect, perfect. Top job. In love.
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by btompkins0112

Stunning......it is bikes like this that make me want steel.

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by hasbeen

Got to agree, very nice indeed. Been thinking about steel as well.
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It has the H2 geo......one step racier than a hybrid bike

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by AttacknowAttackoften

Just stunning.
I only train on days that end with "y".

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by Wingnut

Nice!

Makes me want to repaint & build the couple of steel frames I have lying around... :thumbup:
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by jdp211

Not a thing I'd change. What kind of wheels?

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by btompkins0112

Look like H Plus Sons or Ambrosio to me.... :noidea:

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by fa63

Looks like Ambrosio Nemesis.

That is a stunning bike, well done :thumbup:

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by prendrefeu

So beautiful... :unbelievable:
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by theoptician

That's perfection - congratulations

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by Monkeyboy3333

I know nothing about this mfr but it looks a beauty

Mclennan
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by Mclennan

fa63 wrote:Looks like Ambrosio Nemesis.

That is a stunning bike, well done :thumbup:


I do have a pair of Nemesis that are being built up on R45s for this bike for my own use. As it is a demonstrator H Plus Son TB14s are used here. Fairly inexpensive but I am impressed by them I have to say. 23mm wide so the Veloflex Masters sit on them beautifully and the finish is excellent. Not WW material but as a set of training wheels or demonstrators as being used here spot on.

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by Elrey

Very nice build.
Spec list and weight would be fun.

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Mclennan
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by Mclennan

Thanks All for the compliments, much appreciated. We love it!

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