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Raleigh Team Professional, Campagnolo Record

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Frame & fork: 1979 T.I.-Raleigh Team Professional, 62.2 cm (NOS)
Rear derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record 2nd gen. (Patent-79)
Front derailleur: Campagnolo Super Record 2nd gen.
Shifters: Campagnolo Record clamp-on
Brake calipers: Campagnolo Record 2nd gen. short reach, allen nut
Brake levers & hoods: Campagnolo Super Record & Nuovo Record, one each + world logo gum hoods (NOS)
Cables & housings: Campagnolo brand-fraud counterfeit (new)
Top tube brake cable clamps: Campagnolo
Crankset & bolts: Campagnolo Record (‘83), 170mm + Campagnolo Aluminium bolts
Chainwheels & bolts: Campagnolo Super Record 2nd gen., 53/42 teeth + Cobra Aluminium bolts
Bottom bracket: Campagnolo Nuovo Record (steel spindle), british thread
Chain: Union 900, 3/32“ (NOS)
Pedals: Campagnolo Nuovo Record Super Leggera (steel axles)
Clips & straps: Cinelli Aluminium, size L + Christophe leather straps, black (NOS)
Hubs: Campagnolo Record low flange 36-hole, italian thread (‘78/‘79)
Spokes & nipples: stainless steel DD spokes + brass nipples
Rims: Mavic MA40 36-hole hard anodized (NOS)
Tires & tubes: Pariba Pro-Triathlon folding tires, 20mm + Pariba Competition Latex tubes (NOS)
Freewheel: Suntour Winner 13-19 6-speed
Handlebars: Cinelli mod. 66 Campione del Mondo, 40cm (old logo)
Stem: Cinelli mod. 1A, 120mm (old logo)
Bar tape & bar end plugs: Benotto cello tape, yellow (NOS) + Velox rubber plugs
Headset: Campagnolo Nuovo Record (steel cups), british thread
Saddle: Brooks Team Professional, black with chrome rails
Seatpost: Campagnolo Super Record 1st gen. twin-bolt 27.2mm
Seatpost clamp bolt: Campagnolo (new)
[the less decorative parts like Cables & Housings, Chain, Spokes & Nipples, Tires & Tubes reside in the cupboard below what you see]

This frame breathes history - the most important races were won on TI-Raleigh team bikes:
Jan Raas became World Champion the year this frame was made (1979), while Gerrie Knetemann had already won the World Championship in 1978 and Joop Zoetemelk went on winning the Tour de France in 1980.

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Reminds me

of a sniper rifle unassembled in a carrying case.

Hmm....

Reminds me of this.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/fastboy/145569244/

crack!

Cruel joke, hehehe ...

nice!

is this an SBDU frame?

SBDU

It's Worksop-made.

Cinelli 1A's

Are BOSS! Oh, and the rest of the package is pretty insane too...nice work!

you are obsessed!!!!

i can dig that...

thanks for the compliment ;-)

Well, not really obsessed.
Just a funny way to preserve that frame (and a nice grupo).
The bikes I actually ride are quite down-to-earth.

ride it!

rideitrideitrideitrideitrideit
all NOS means it that it isn't broken yet!

go break it!

aaaaaaarrrrrrrggggg

nonono

no-no-no-no-no la-la-la no-no-no la-la-la-la
ooohohoo nooo, la-la-la
ooonohoo noho, la-la-la

(These pics tease you, hm? Hehehe - COOL, GUYS!)

Completely amazing

Fantastic. I'm amazed such a frame exists as NOS. Only one picky point: even by '76 the professional/team professional used a 6-speed freewheel. They seem to be even easier to get than 5-speed on Ebay, if you want to be more correct. (Sheldon Brown's website has a '76 catalog with detailed specs for the professional and team professional, but there isn't a '79 catalog there. Still you could measure between dropouts, if it's 120 mm it's 5 speed, if it's 126 mm it's 6 speed.)

speeds

Hi Italtrek, thanks for the hint – you’re absolutely right, it should be 6-speed.
The build wasn‘t really meant to be perfect in a catalog-model sense, it was acquired frame-only anyway. The parts displayed are either 'show only' or just reflect my personal outfit preferences, particularly the clincher wheels don’t fit the original specs at all (btw: you’ll find more Raleigh catalogs here).
But I‘ll follow your recommendation and throw in a vintage Maillard 700 14-19 6-speed I have lying around [even if it isn‘t gold colored and I have a thing going for shiny golden stuff – hehe].

Thanks for the link!

Thanks for the link! ..."(btw: you’ll find more Raleigh catalogs here)."

Delicious!

Beautiful stuff. Nice idea to put it on the wall, kind of "bike art work". Pretty unique!

Frog in a Blender

Aint gonna ride like that! Put it together!!!

NOT meant to be ridden like that!

Noooo, this is not a frog - looks more like a prince to me, hm!?

oh wow

how cool!

Post some pictures of it

Post some pictures of it when the paint is chipping and the chain in black, ride the hell out of that bike! Amazing find, but it will not be of any use, if you keep on having on the wall!

NO, it WON'T be ridden

When will you get it, this frame is nearly 30 years old NEW OLD STOCK, so it's a RARITY (and kind of valuable at that), which is why no one will ride it as long as it's in the family.
Look here, this is it's little brother whom you can actually see on the streets from time to time - my Raleigh Team rider.



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