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KVANT Russian Lugged track

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55cm KVANT Russian lugged track frame

Nitto njs b123 360mm/ Nitto njs 120mm jag

stock / unknown, but told to be really nice.

Titanium deepV / White Industries / serfas seca 700c x 23c

Titanium deepV / White Industries / Vittoria Randonneur 700c x 28c

Sugino 75 167.5 njs / Miche (for now)

80's San Marco Regal / Vintage Selle Italia Flite Ti / Kalloy 27.0

Mks Sylvan / Izumi Eco



49-17 / Sugino njs Zen 49t / White industries splined 17t

Found out that Kvant means Quantum in Cyrillic. thought it was interesting to find out.

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I think I saw this bike for

I think I saw this bike for sale on craigslist the other day :( Say it isn't so..... keep it!

it is so...

it is MINE! my setup won't be as nice though, sadly. Thanks again Jay.

Beauty! Added to the

Beauty! Added to the Russian/Eastern euro track cluster :)


A Russian track bike in Sac? I have to see this sometime soon.


Hey man
I sold this frame a while back to a guy in NJ. It’s called KVANT.

thanks man.

thanks man.

how do you like it?

here, found some shots of it in my flickr just before i sold it[email protected]/1534977991/sizes/l/in/photostream/

It's pretty nice. it's

It's pretty nice. it's really solid. I was doing some research and i read something about it being made out of colmbus tsx tubing. would you happen to know anything about it?

Hard to know; if we got a clear photo of the text, would be easier. Or you could go directly to Google Translate, which handles Russian. It'll work better if you have Cyrillic fonts enabled in your browser; Firefox and Safari both have a Unicode option that makes it possible.

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