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1951 Viking Trackmaster path racer porteur

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1951 Viking Trackmaster

Nitto I-beam /Velo Orange Porteur bars

Circle A Cycles repro/ Chris King

Velo Orange Grand Cru fixed hub 32h 3x with DT stainless spokes and Velo Orange PBP rim, Gran Compe tire

Velo Orange Grand Cru fixed hub 32h 3x with DT stainless spokes and Velo Orange PBP rim, Gran Compe tire

Campagnolo Record

Brooks B17/Campagnolo Record 26.8

Dia Compe Gran Compe front brake/ Velo Orange brake lever

I'm the third owner of this frame. A nitto rack was traded for it, thats how I acquired it. The first owner had an accident and crashed it, so the frame was without fork and the downtube was crushed. I had Brian at Circle A Cycles strip the paint off, install a new downtube, remove and add some braze ons, repaint, and find original decals/headbadge for the thing. He also built a new fork for it. See more at http://www.circleacycles.com/brian/bikes/viking/

FYI, The ZIPP wheel is just a joke! Do you think I would really put that piece of carbon on this velocipede?

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are you in providence?

are you in providence? circle a all ways do a nice job!

No, I am in New York City.

No, I am in New York City. My friend Brian works for Circle-A-Cycles, so I had him do all of the work on the frame/fork. They really are one of the premiere frame builders on the east coast! Always something new and awesome coming out of their shop.

Lovely!

I really like the creme/red combo. BTW, is that a forged Nitto "I-beam" style stem? I sold one of those on eBay not too long ago! Very nice!

AMAZING!!!

my dream bike. I actually like the looks of the zipp.

very hot...

...and very special!
Very nice bike.

Z.

hot hot

very hot!

fantastic restoration!

what are the colour names? orange / cream?

Thanks for the comment, the

Thanks for the comment, the head tube is cream while the rest of the bike is Richard Sachs red.



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