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Unknown Time Trial Bike

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Unknown, 55cm, Mid eighties

Sakae 40cm, 3ttt 90mm

Campagnolo Record

Campagnolo Shamal, 650c, IRC paperlite plus, 20mm

Campagnolo Shamal, 700c, Veloflex Record, 20mm

Campagnolo Chorus

Cinelli Volare, SR

Campagnolo Chorus

Campagnolo Chorus

Unfinished build (with incorrect wheelset, from my Pinarello TT bike)

A lot of interesting features on the frame but so far I haven't been able to determine what it is or where it was made. A previous owner had the frame powdercoated and also removed the front derailer mount (annoying since a clamp won't fit because the tube is flared). Still in doubt where to take this. First step will be to remove the powdercoat I guess.

29/08/11 Rebuilding with 1st gen C-Record components and a pair of Wolber Discjets (or a pair of Mavic Challengers).

People who friended this bike Paulo C., per.k, iRideFixedToo, Splined, Olej, knapprobert, Norb, campystamp, b_rad, Flat Four, tyler8486, -S_xOnWheels-, mafffoster, ColumbusSLX, alemar, posse, bg12nd, Dutch Classics, Tracker, cannonhugodale, blommen, swimman2867, marco900,

Nice !!!

Nice !!!

your bike

it could be a centurion. they made a frame that looks a lot like yours.


I think I would keep it as a single chainwheel and put a Mavic zapp electronic gear on it. After all in a modern TT they dont put steep hills in them unless its a mountain TT of course and then you would need another type of bike entirely.

Lovely bike.

Kindest regards


Yeah, single chainring is

Yeah, single chainring is looking very likely. This does involve the amputation of the redundant shifter boss but oh well. I like the idea of making this a flatland speed machine. Mavic Zapp would be interesting but a little too modern for the frame. I'm thinking some early C-Record would be nice along with front and rear discs :) . I'll update the photos as I progress.

very classy

looking ride, thanks for sharing!

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