My Mclennan Mistral

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trychle
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by trychle

Looks wonderful, the white lines on the campy crank match perfectly!

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Elrey
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by Elrey

But please, use two of the same tubes ;)

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by kgt

lovely !

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by Mclennan

Elrey wrote:Very nice build.
Spec list and weight would be fun.


Sure, the build as seen came in at 8.3 kg

Frame / Fork KVA stainless tubing, all Llewellyn lugs, Columbus mild steel fork blades
Groupset - Campagnolo Chorus
Wheelset - H + Son TB 14 rims, Sapim Cx Ray spokes, Chris King R45 hubs
Headset - Chris King
Stem - Thomson X2
Bars - Zipp alloy
Seat post - Fizik
Saddle - Selle Flite 1990
Skewers - Titanium
Tyres - Veloflex Masters

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CarlTroy
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by CarlTroy

btompkins0112 wrote:Stunning......it is bikes like this that make me want steel.


It is bikes like this that make me want to steal :D

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by HammerTime2

You could save a gram or two by using a shorter rear valve stem.

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by nspace

This is bloody gorgeous!

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Wingnut
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by Wingnut

Classic...not plastic!!
"It's not the destination...it's the ride!"

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