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OZ Track Bike

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OZ Frame, Columbus TSX tubing

Nitto NJ Pro Steel Stem (65 degree_110), Nitto Bars, Toshi Tape

OZ Fork, Superbe Track Headset

Sunshine Professional with Araya / Suntour Superbe Pro with Campagnolo

Sunshine Professional with Araya / Suntour Superbe Pro with Campagnolo

Suntour Superbe Pro / Suntour Superbe Pro

Kashimax / Suntour Superbe Pro

Suntour Superbe / HKK

What race??

I'm told this frame was built in Geelong, Victoria, Australia. By whom I'm not sure. It has OZ stamped in the Fork Crown, and OZ06 on the underside of the bottom bracket.

An interesting frame. There is very little clearance between the spider of the crank and the chain stays due to a the chainstays meeting the bottom bracket very wide. Currently its running with a wider (114) spindle in the bottom bracket so the chain line is a little off. Eventually I'd like to put a 111 or a 112 in: 109 is a little tight.

More photos @ [url]http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157594306903845/[/url]

Theres 5 photos up there, but the middle three thumbnails are only coming up as lil black lines

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size/

by scaling form the head tube I imagine its at least a 60cm

hey those wheels you got...

hey those wheels you got... the ones with like a cover? can you acutally use them or are they for show?

trans port covers

just for protecting, not riding. So you don't have to take them off and put them in a wheel bag. they install like snow chains. connect to a spoke on each side, spin the wheel and connect at the other end.

i miss

my old suntour superbe pedals

Very Nice

Man that is a very nice looking bike, always nice to see a nice Ausie bike.

Swallowing my pride

Please educate me about the beautiful covers on your wheels. Are those for protection in transit, or would one use them to ride on a wooden indoor velodrome surface?

theyre just covers to

theyre just covers to protect the wheels, not for any riding use.



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