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Surly Big Dummy Frame & Fork Shimano XT Drivetrain Jones Bars, Avid Brakes & Shimano SLX Shifters Mavic Rims, Shimano XT Hubs and Schwalbe Tires Dialed In, Many Extras for Added Versatility
Cannondale Tandem Frame & Fatty Fork FSA/Shimano Ultegra Drivetrain Easton Bars & Shimano Ultegra Shifters Sun Rims, White Industries Hubs and Schwalbe Tires Many Extras for Added Versatility
Roger Du Peuty, Rider 1939 Tour de France Solo Entrant* Bicycle Highlights 1939 French three speed Cycles Rafale frameset Mix of top era components
Bayliss-Wiley is not exactly a household name. Not even in households full of vintage cyclists. When first researching it on the mighty Internet, most paths lead to folks named Bayliss marrying others named Wiley.
Cinelli has it familiar crest, Colnago its ace of clubs, Fuji its stylized mountain, Raleigh its phoenix and Schwinn its four-point star — but Legnano may be the only bicycle company whose headbadge depicts a sword-lofting warrior. The reason why is nothing short of amazing, predictable as it may be in the end.
A Frenchman named Louis Moire was working as a bicycle salesman not long before World War Two. An astute observer of commerce, Moire surveyed the commercial landscape of his chosen profession and decided what its customers needed were affordable cyclotouring bicycles – something capable of competing with the great constructeurs like Maury and Pitard, just less…
Legnano Frameset Magistroni & Campagnolo Drivetrain Cinelli & F.N. Cockpit Campagnolo & Fiamme Wheelset