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Columbus Air Track

Bike tags: Fixed gear | phil wood brooks team Campagnolo Record
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Unknown columbus air tubing 55cm

risers / Nitto Jaguar

Origin 8 / Tange

Low Phil wood/ Matrix / serfas secas

Phil wood / Velocity Aero / Serfas secas

Campagnolo Record

Brooks team / Shimano Dx 600

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Origin8 Fork

Hey hows the fork treating you? I'm looking for a chrome one on my Kilo TT but I was not forsure on the quality because its pretty cheap. Any insight on the soma chrome too?

It's a pretty strong fork.

It's a pretty strong fork. The only thing is that it doesn't look to nice. I would go with a soma. It's a little tighter clearance then the origin 8. I would look into getting an used njs fork if possible. Super tight and amazing quality. Of course it'll cost you more

thats a fresh ride.

bet it goes fast

might be a de rosa

Might be a de rosa, have a look at this link.[email protected]/

heres a photo of the bottom

heres a photo of the bottom bracket. I thought it was a de rosa but not likely with Shimano rear drop outs

Must be Italian?

Is that the original fork? If so, it could possibly be a Chesini, or maybe a Casati?

no, it was made by Chris

no, it was made by Chris Bishop

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