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Roberts (Charles) criterium model 1974

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Charles Roberts 1974, Criterium model. 74/72.5, 1.5 fork rake. 57 TT/55ST. Compact or magic.

Cinelli/Cinelli

Roberts 531/Stronglight competition

Shimano DA, first LF edition, Berg-Union chrome plated alloy steel spokes, Fiamme red label 36h

Shimano DA, first LF edition, Berg-Union chrome plated alloy steel spokes, Fiamme red label 36h

Campagnolo Strada 172.5,/Stronglight Competition.

Sella San Marco/ Weyless

Campagnolo Record

Campagnolo Record/ Campagnolo Record, P72

Shimano Dura-ace/Mafac

45/52

I found a Roberts Audax about a year ago. It was to small and was traded off. I liked the workmanship. The original owner of this Crit model is a local guy. I will show him the bike soon and hear the story, I can't wait. It's a very quick handler. Short offset makes it almost like a track bike. I love it's extraordinary stiffness and perception of my desires. It makes me wish to be a better man. I feel Charles Roberts is an under-rated builder and this bike represents what the tube maker had in mind for a racing bike. Ready to ride with a cage and spare the bike is 22 lbs. on the digital scale. I can't figure out why this bike is stiffer and lighter. Thanks for looking.

People who friended this bike cannonhugodale, knapprobert, Splined, mafffoster, Roni Solomon DDS, BlueDevil

Sorry to hear that this was

Sorry to hear that this was stolen! I love Chas Roberts frames, and I agree, severely underrated.

Cool Weyless seatpost! Those were made here in Rochester, NY. The designer of the seatpost, Bill Shook, went on to start American Classic.

Rochester? Wow, that is some

Rochester? Wow, that is some interesting information for sure. Weyless is such a British name. Was he the owner of Weyless?



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