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Bianchi commuter/city bike

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Bianchi

Jitensha Studio bars by Nitto; Cinelli 1A

Bianchi; Ofmega

Maillard hub laced to Mavic MA2 36 hole clincher; Michelin Erilium tire; Honjo fender

Maillard hub laced to Mavic MA2 36 hole clincher; Michelin Erilium tire; Honjo fender

Ofmega; Ofmega

B17N; unknown aluminum

MKS road with MKS toe-clips; SRAM

Suntour FW

Frame model unknown; assumed mid-level early '80s, nutted brakes, etc. Brakes consist of Modolo levers (with shim made from a Trader Joes gift card) and Dia-Compe GC calipers.

SOLD. I don't own this anymore.

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Where did you get your grips

Where did you get your grips from? I've been searching for nice brown/tan grips to match my saddle.

Very sweet

Handsome ride, tastefully done. Understated good looks and very dignified!

Nice ride

I have a question about your ride. How wide are those Jitensha bars?

Jitensha Studio bars

From one tip of the grip to the other, just under 60 cm. That sounds really wide, but these bars are the greatest. Total comfort. You've probably seen this, but: http://www.jitensha.com/eng/flatbar05.html.



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