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Jan de Reus columbus slx timetrial bike

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Reus Columbus slx / 60 cm

Bullhorn + timetrail painted extra piece / 3TTT

Reus / Campagnolo Chorus

Shimano 600 / SRG 30 / Vredestein Fortezza

Shimano 600 / SRG 30 / Vredestein Fortezza

Stronglight XR 180 mm / Shimano

Selle Italia Trans Am / Kalloy

Look

Campagnolo Chorus/ Campagnolo Chorus

Campagnolo Delta Croce d'Aune / Shimano 600

53/42 front / 12-25 9 speed hyperglide

nope

Bike build by Jan de Reus from Halfweg. One of the top builders in Holland with a very long tradition of buildidng racing bikes starting in 1937. This clearly is a later example and was made especially for time trial races

The latest addition to my stable which is unfortunatly to big for me ( I reacted on a very small pic which didn't clearly showed this specific arrangement of the seatcluster and placement of the top tube) I think it will be passed on or parted out.

People who friended this bike Ruimteaapje, moik, chefn8, Smiley, campystamp, uramisten, per.k, alpha33alpha, socal3rensho, phantom1313

my Jan de Reus

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here is mine

jan de reus bike

i have a similar bike in pearl white
with campagnolo croce d'aune
delta's and crank painted in frame colour and branded "reus"

I saw your bike on BF and it

I saw your bike on BF and it really looks a lot like this one indeed but even better.
Sold mine a couple of month ago by the way as it really was to big for me.

Really Cool

Wow, this is a really cool bike.

Pfffffff!

What a find! Beautiful details, chrome on the top seattube and wraparound seatstays...
And that fork is someting else!
What do you think, late 80's, '88? Did Jan de Reus use framenumbers?

I think it is late 80's

I think it is late 80's indeed Don but have no found a framenumber yet.

Ah, there it is! ;-)

Ah, there it is! ;-)

:D The enormous stem is

:D The enormous stem is certainly the first to go and I want to install a bar with a normal bend.



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