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Casserollin'

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2008 Salsa Casseroll, 51cm

Ritchey WCS Road

Salsa Classico, Ritchey 1 1/8" threadless headset

Mavic Ksyrium Equipe, 28cm Panaracer Paselas

see front ok

Shimano Ultegra 10spd "Hollowtech II"

Brooks B17 black saddle, Ritchey WCS road seatpost

MKS touring pedals, Ultegra chain

12/25 inna back, 39/53 up front.

Basically this is the same bike as my Campeon-- I swapped all the parts over, save the decidedly non-roadie long-reach brakes, Brooks saddle, fenders, 28cm tires, and Carradice Barley bag.

I loved that Campeon, I did. That mother could fly, but I just am not a roadie. Having that fancy a road bike that never got used because I was always out on its steel siblings seemed like a waste and a shame. I decided I'd hang its parts on a steel frame with more relaxed angles/longer stays/lower BB/lots and lots of braze-ons.

Now all three of my bikes 1. are steel, and 2. have Brooks B17s. AND THAT'S WHERE THE SIMILARITIES END-UH. Okay, wait... except for the full fenders. And the rear rack. Other than that stuff, TOTALLY DIFFERENT.

People who friended this bike fastfixie, Guided by Wire, arsbars, JonD, cannonhugodale, juicemankilla, cg3288

Dropout

Love the pic of that dropout. Classy and yet the essence of cycling.

Long live Salsa, long live Steel.

Looks like you could still move on this one! The fenders/seat/bag/wheels are a nice mix of fast/function.

Really like it.



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