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my Rog Touring (unkown year)

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Rog Touring light roadster style frame, more agresive angles / 53 cm height / unknown production year

Stuttgart (similar to North Road) steel handlebar, chrome plated, plastic grips / short stem

Stock steel fork with dynamo bracket / stock threaded headset with front light mounting bracket

steel chrome plated rim 635 mm / stock steel hub / stock Sava Touring tire 635-40 / 36 steel spokes cross 3 laced

stock steel chrome plated rim 635 mm / Favorit coaster brake hub / Obilicevo wulst thread (wireless) tire 635-40 / 36 steel spokes cross 3 laced

chrome plated cottered crankset two piece, right crank permanently attached to chainring / Thompson style bottom bracket (pressed cups)

stock spring suspended saddle / stock steel seatpost

stock plain pedals / stock wide chain

Favorit coaster brake hub

44:20 (2.2:1 gear ratio, 61.929 gear inches, 194.556 inches development) / chainring permanently attached to the right crank / fenders, bell, rear light and reflector

One of the most popular bikes in Former Yugoslavia, made by the famous Slovenian bike brand Rog, situated in Ljubljana, Slovenia. This bike was the real workhorse. Even thou it has huge 635 mm wheels, it rides awesome like an racing bike because of the not too slack angles, unlike the heavy rod-brake roadster.
I've got it as a present from a friend of mine. All parts are original except except the rear tire. Originally it had simple front brake pressing on the front tire thread. I've removed it. missing parts are the dynamo and the front light.
I don't know the precise production year.
No photos yet. Photos coming soon.

People who friended this bike campystamp, MarcusDitcher, Splined

I see a pic of a Fuji track

I see a pic of a Fuji track bike.Not a Rog.

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