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Colossi "Mondial"

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Colossi "Mondial", 58cm, 2012

Wooden handelbars; Stem - Atax

Fork - RH+O; Headset - Hatta Swan Super Deluxe

Rim - Velo Orange PBP; Hub - Campagnolo; Tire - Fyxation

Rim - Velo Orange PBP; Hub - Velosteel; Tire - Fyxation

Crankset - Andel; Bottom bracket - Hatta R9400

Saddle - Ideale №90

Pedals - Weco, SRAM PC1

Coaster brake - Velosteel

Cog - Tempra 19t

Just commuter

People who friended this bike moik, VintagebikePhil, xian7, knapprobert, campystamp, EmMuOr

Be careful with that stem,

Be careful with that stem, they're known to fail.

Stem is already replaced)

Stem is already replaced)

Very nice frame!

I love your frame. And an Ideale saddle! Coaster brakes are an interesting choice. When I was young kiddie bikes came with just coaster brakes, and when we graduated to a good bike they had caliper brakes. Kiddie bikes now usually have a coaster brake and front caliper brake, so coaster brakes may have lost the "kiddie bike" stigma. But when you're stopping it shifts your weight to the front wheel so a front brake does a better job. Also I had a really old coaster brake bike where the chain stay was sort of curved at the clip for the coaster brake. Anyway, nice bike!

Hi!

Hi! Thank you for such large comment)
I use this bike to get my workplace, because with my Conago fixed-gear is not so comfortable - toe clips always damage the shoes.
Coaster brake make the bicycle's appeareance clear and minimalistic as what i like in fixed-gears, but let you ride more relaxed, so that's why my second bike is coaster brake. And without front brake is completely ok)



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