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Cyclops track pursuit

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58cm sloping Cyclops track pursuit (Columbus Zona)

Nitto b123s/Nitto Jaguar alloy OR no name bullhorns/no name stem

Cyclops fork (Columbus Zona), Chris King 2nut

Tied and soldered LeVeL hub/mavic CXP-33 rim/Continental Grand Prix 3000 tire/tube

Tied and soldered LeVeL hub/mavic CXP-33 rim/Continental Grand Prix 3000 tire/tube

Sugino 75/Phil Wood stainless BB

Selle Italia Oktavia saddle/Thompson Elite seatpost

MKS Sylvan track pedals/Soma double gate toeclips/ALE laminated straps/Shadow Conspiracy Interlock V1 chain

LeVeL 15/16T in the back, Sugino 75 49T in the front

Great bike. Can't wait to get it to a track!

8/8/2007: Rest in Peace always, Shiznaz was killed by a drunk driver in August of 2007.

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never realized how big the

never realized how big the flanges on the level hubs were. awesome bike.

beautiful bike!

what can you tell me about cyclops frames? i've been drooling over the ones i've seen on the internet for a while, and i recently purchased one, but i know nothing about their history. any knowledge you could share about them would be greatly appreciated!

ps - i'll post some pictures of mine once i get it built up.


Mike Mulholland was the man behind Cyclops. He raced road and track, coached for many years and was a big supporter of young Canadian cyclists. He lived and built frames in the east and west of Canada during his framebuilding career, so your frame may be made in BC or in Ontario. He was known for making great quality custom and stock steel frames and his signature colour was a deep red/bronze. He passed away last year and his sons don't have plans to continue the business (that I am aware of; I bought my frame directly from Mike Mullholland's son). Here is an article about Mike Mullholland you may find interesting:

Tight clearance, wicked

Tight clearance, wicked geometry. Lovin it

Thanks, it makes my Spicer

Thanks, it makes my Spicer feel like a Cadillac!

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