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1985 Cinelli Supercorsa

This is a 1985 Cinelli Supercorsa 58cm bicycle I restored and sold.  I bought it from the original owner who had it in dry storage for many years.  Columbus SP or SL tubing, Campagnolo Chorus group.  I replaced the headset and seatpost with fresh-out-of-the-box NOS parts, since the original owner had non-Campy parts on it. […]

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I originally featured this bike back in January when I first acquired it, but since then I have done a number of upgrades to improve the fit and handling.  I switched the Selle Italia Flite saddle for an upgraded Gel Flow version with titanium rails, swapped the bar/stem combo for an original Eddie Merckx pantographed […]

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FBM Sword / EAI Bareknuckle build

Here’s a custom bike build I completed recently for my friend Jason.  The frame is a 55cm FBM Sword, hand made in the USA, with an EAI Bareknuckle fork.  Rear wheel is a Velocity deep-v on a Formula flip-flop hub, and the front is a deep-v with a Campagnolo hub.  I put together the crankset […]

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Vintage “Townie” single-speed

This is my third bike build, a vintage “townie” style bike built on a 1970’s-era Schwinn frame.  The frame came with leather-wrapped handlebars, which inspired me to build it out as a classy around-the-town bike.  I replaced the heavy steel 26″ Araya wheels with lightweight 700c deep-v track wheels, and put Nashbar’s “Duro” tires on […]

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