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Vintage Lauer German Track 1985

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Lauer Track 56cm ctt

Dura-ace 7400 1" quill stem, Kore polished risers

Vintage Campagnolo

Phil Wood High Flange, Mavic CXP-33

Phil Wood High Flange, Mavic CXP-33

Gipiemme 'Special' 165mm Pista cranks, Gipiemme Pista BB

Brooks Honey B-17, Shimano Ultegra 600 Aero 26.8mm

MKS Sylvan, Izumi 1/8"

Gipiemme 49t 1/8" Chainring, Phil Wood 17t

Lauer track frame dating from the mid 1980s and I believe built in Cologne, Germany. It has a 56cm ctt seat tube & 55cm (ctc) top tube. It is built with a cast Cinelli bottom bracket shell with Italian threads, Cinelli investment cast lugs and Campagnolo track ends. Nicely refinished in flam silver. The geometry is super tight and responsive with some serious pedal overlap. If anyone knows anything about these frames please let me know as I've seen no others on the road or on the web.

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Cologne Germany

Sorry we have a lot of frame builder in Cologne

RuFa (Rudolf Fauss) Cologne
GeSta (Gerd Stammel) Cologne
Köthke (Fritz Köthke) Cologne
Schmidt-Sport Cologne
Goldrad (B. Goldberg) Cologne
Kunde (Karl-Heinz Kunde) Cologne
Rowona (Rolf Wolfshohl) Cologne

but Claus Lauer made frames in Altenkirchen/Westerwald
look at my bikes, you can see a Lauer and a Schmidt-Sport

than ather German frame builder
KraBo (Günter Krautscheid) Bochum
Rickert (Hugo Rickert) Dortmund

Lüders - Albuch Kotter - Enik - Express - Bauer - Rabeneick - Walther - Scheral - Altinger

Grüße aus Köln Deutschland

how do you like your wheel

how do you like your wheel set? I was planning on getting the exact same thing. beautiful bike as well.

lovely bike

Beautifully minimalist, nice touches.

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