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Chromed Mixup

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Dancelli / 65cm / unknown

Teak wood / Dura Ace

Dancelli / Tange Seiki Levin

Fulcrum Racing 5 / Vittoria Zaffiro

Fulcrum Racing 5 / Vittoria Zaffiro

Dura Ace FC-7410 polished/ Token

Custom Flite / Shimano Ultegra 26.6mm

Dura Ace Dyna Drive / Rohloff SLT99

Campa front Record, rear Chrus / ITM TT polished

Gusset 14T / Shimano 53T / Nokon Cables

Got the frame for small money on Ebay. The paint was in bad condition so I removed it. The chrome underneath is in great shape. I mainly used parts I already had so the result was quite a mixup. The handlebar is more or less an experiment what can be done with wood. Not sure if it will stay that way. Nevertheless I like it allot for taking slow, comfortable and easy rides.

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Hello,

your bike is absolute cool. The mix of chrome and wood is hot.

Faithfully yours
Markus

Thank you.www.naturrad.com

Thank you.

www.naturrad.com

Gear ratio

Slow, comfortable and easy rides with 53x14 gearing?!

Just feels slow ;)

To be honest: it is quite hard to drive slow with the gearing. But with 53x14 it just feels slow since the cadence is quite low.
Additionally: Berlin is flat as a mirror. No mountains for a few hundred miles. Otherwise the gearing would not be an option.

Plus, don't you get how big

Plus, don't you get how big this dude is?

Well...

I think I get it ;)

www.naturrad.com

im just curious as to how

im just curious as to how you get those bars into a quill stem...?

i really like this bike.

:::you're welcomeee:::

Insertion

I'm glad I read the comments, I was wondering the same thing.

assemble while inserted

Thanks.
The handlebar is assembled while the main bar is already
inserted in the stem. The backside of this construction is that the handlebar can not be removed without sawing it up....

Bummer

Bummer about the removal, but you picked an awesome stem for it!

...

wow, very unique lookin' build! those handlebars are ridiculous ...in a weird, but awesome way!

-kcy



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