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Early 80's Viner fixed conversion Colombus SL

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Early 80's Viner Colombus SL - Filed off all shift bosses, derailer hanger, cable guides, etc., New powder coating and decals.

Cinelli 1A stem, Nashbar time trial bar

Nashbar carbon fork with tange steel 1" threaded headset

Formula track hub with white Weinmann DP18 rim, 32hole, 3 cross

Same as front, flip flop hub

Sugino RD 170mm track crank w/Shimano UN54 sealed cartridge BB, Italian thread w/upgraded metal removable cup

Old Campy super record seat post w/San Marco sadle featuring world champion stripes

Shimano dual sided mountain pedals, KMC white 1/8" chain

46x17 1/8" gearing

This was completely rusted when I received it. I stripped all the old paint, filed off the cable guides, shift bosses, derailer hanger, etc. applied fresh powder coat and decals.

People who friended this bike bio9, CONDENADO, sparky4111, Hornet Rider, Flat Four, atanz, cannonhugodale, Nightingale, rhizome, achtundzwanzig, bcnelson6


Brake since 70 % of stopping power comes from the front break anyway and a rear brake is just pointless added weight although in your case added campy weight wich is pretty nice weight to have on a bike and i assume its fixed so technicaly you dont need any breaks so you mite as well toss out everything listed above cheers


Yes I hear you... thats why I filed off the top tube cable guides because the rear will eventually go away. but alas, the bike was a build for my brother, so what ever he wants! My fixie is brakeless - I dont see a need for either one!

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