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MOSER Sprint

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Moser Sprint with Gipiemme drops / 54

NITTO RB021 / Shimano DURA ACE AX 120 / Custom stem cap made by NOCA RAMOS

stock / OFMEGA

miche race 707 / Shwalbe DURANO

miche race 707 / Shwalbe DURANO

Sakae SA 110bcd 175mm waiting to get a smaller inner chainring compact style / shimano UN51 italian

Brooks B17

Mks something / Hg40 shimano chain

Silver shifters from Rivendell / Full Shimano 600 short cage (not tricolore)

tektro long reach / Shimano 600 tricolore

8 speeds x 2 chainrings

nope

Updated pictures to follow!

HI, i need help to find more info on this bike!!
anyone know something about the Sprint frames from moser?

People who friended this bike tracksloth, knapprobert, Splined, campystamp, per.k, Mtbfixed

cool bike

ATB. I never thought of using those bars on a geared bike before.Always loved them on a fixey.I hear those silver shifters are the bomb dude.The color of your ride is awesome.Nice bike.

rb021

hey man, thx for the comment, the bars are super nice and you have some hand positions! not as many as drops! i am using now another bike with ultegra brifters with drops, its really a no brainer to shift!
Having said that, the silver shifters have this click click sound that is just naaaaiice!! and work really good! I used them for a bit with some drops but i kept hitting them with my knees... :-/ i still have to try those cx drops that kinda open to the outside, but i am not sure about riding in traffic with those!

Why are your brake and

Why are your brake and derailleur cables uncut? I noticed this on your other bikes, too.

hi, the cables are like that

hi, the cables are like that cause i always think about changing setup, this and that... so i dont cut the cables for a budget reason.... i know that cables cost nothing....but still

Needs to cut his housing

Needs to cut his housing longer. Also, get aero brakes, youll thank yourself.

about the housing...i just

about the housing...i just use stuff i have from old builds and the housing does not really match...
for the brakes, i am thinking about it!! but you mean they are stronger than the ones i have?...?
thx for the comments

You will find that a good

You will find that a good set of aero brake levers will improve stopping power, ergonomics and not to mention looks. But if you don't want to invest the scratch right now, the least you can do is flip your crosstop levers there. They are backwards, with the housing entering at at a bad angle, so I'm sure the reach is not comfortable as well as the cable pull being too taught.

levers

hey i am sure the aero levers are gona be nice, something in the SRAM TT 500 level ;)

i changed the brake position by the way... i dont like the feel of the position too close to the stem and i find myself riding the drops at speed most of the times, and when i need the brakes i had to change hand position...

anyway, new pics will follow :)

ioan.bl

Nice set-up

Not usually a huge Moser fan, but this just looks fun to ride ;)

thx!! i still need to work

thx!! i still need to work on some things but so far so good!

Nice score. I can't offer

Nice score. I can't offer you much information but I've seen the sprint model before. It sits beneath the hour record model of course, but yours is a nice example with that paint, the drops, the full chrome - certainly - underneath. Looks to be 79-very early 80's made. It can be a real nice bike. I like your cockpit and the wheels are perfect. Good ridin'.

hey thx for the help! I will

hey thx for the help! I will have to look into some period pics to see hat she looked like before the orange! seems it was painted not to carefully, specially the logos! but maybe it's the way they did it back then...doubt it

about the wheels, they are smooth for what I am used to! not super light cause the rim profile is medium, i like the looks so they are cool for now!! :)



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