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20 Newest Components AddedRSS
Item NameCategoryAdded On
Shimano 600Brake Levers10/16/2017 04:21 AM
Shimano FC-6200, 600EX ArabesqueCranksets10/13/2017 04:22 AM
Simplex SLJ SX660, Super LJRear Derailleurs10/13/2017 04:02 AM
Fratelli Brivio Racing CranksCranksets10/11/2017 12:53 PM
SunTour V (2nd version)Rear Derailleurs10/10/2017 12:16 AM
Milremo fenders/mudguardsSmall Parts & Accessories10/08/2017 08:12 AM
Brooks B57Saddles10/08/2017 05:23 AM
Zeus TouringRear Derailleurs10/03/2017 05:44 PM
Mavic 420, type ProfessionnelBrake Levers09/30/2017 07:22 AM
MAFAC Promotion (with quick release)Brake Levers09/26/2017 03:40 AM
MAFAC Dural (with quick-release)Brake Levers09/26/2017 02:10 AM
Fujita (suede leather covered)Saddles09/14/2017 11:29 AM
Campagnolo CHORUS 10sBrakes09/13/2017 09:27 AM
Campagnolo CHORUS 10sCranksets09/13/2017 09:04 AM
(Arius) Soffatti Professionale perforatedSaddles09/13/2017 04:19 AM
Modolo Q-EvenStems09/12/2017 02:40 PM
Shimano TourneyRear Derailleurs09/07/2017 02:30 PM
Cinelli 66Handlebars09/07/2017 12:13 PM
Nitto ADB 125 AAHandlebars09/03/2017 12:39 PM
Campagnolo 3600/NT, Gran Sport (wing logo)Front Derailleurs09/02/2017 12:05 PM
20 Newest Components UpdatedRSS
Item NameCategoryLast Updated On
Shimano 600Shifters10/16/2017 07:19 AM
Shimano (1970's era)Brake Levers10/16/2017 06:20 AM
Shimano BR-6210, 600EX Arabesque (short reach)Brakes10/16/2017 05:16 AM
Shimano 6100, 600Brake Levers10/16/2017 04:32 AM
Shimano 600Brake Levers10/16/2017 04:31 AM
Shimano 600Brake Levers10/16/2017 04:31 AM
Gipiemme Cronospecial (nut on centerbolt)Brakes10/13/2017 12:31 PM
Shimano FC-6200, 600EX ArabesqueCranksets10/13/2017 04:25 AM
Brooks B57Saddles10/11/2017 12:33 PM
Zeus Criterium (later version, alloy parallelogram plates, steel knuckles, drilled pulley cage)Rear Derailleurs10/03/2017 05:40 PM
Campagnolo 915/000, TriompheBrakes09/30/2017 04:01 PM
Mavic 420, type ProfessionnelBrake Levers09/30/2017 08:31 AM
Mavic Pro 420Brakes09/30/2017 07:47 AM
Weinmann AG 522Rims09/26/2017 11:16 AM
MAFAC Promotion (with quick release)Brake Levers09/26/2017 07:13 AM
3ttt Record Grand PrixHandlebars09/26/2017 07:08 AM
MAFAC Competition (Early version)Brakes09/26/2017 06:28 AM
MAFAC Dural (with quick-release)Brake Levers09/26/2017 04:31 AM
Campagnolo 4062, Super Record (long reach?)Brake Levers09/26/2017 04:29 AM
Campagnolo 4062, Super Record post-'83 (hoods w/ shield logo)Brake Levers09/26/2017 04:23 AM
10 Newest Brands Added/Updated
Brand NameCountryAdded/Updated ByAdded/Updated On
VitusFranceb-r-m10/08/2017 03:34 PM
WindsorMexicoDon Buska09/14/2017 08:07 PM
CampagnoloItalyb-r-m09/13/2017 09:17 AM
ShimanoJapanSlider7409/03/2017 11:40 PM
ChristopheFranceTom70s08/30/2017 08:57 AM
LaffontFrancepeterbman08/17/2017 02:09 PM
RovalFrancepeterbman07/05/2017 02:13 PM
G. BlassieauxFrancepeterbman06/17/2017 03:40 PM
GhiaroniItalypeterbman06/07/2017 03:06 PM
BertolaArgentinapeterbman06/04/2017 03:33 PM
10 Newest Component Comments Added
Commented ItemUserAdded On
Gnutti splined (3 pin)VeloFello5410/19/2017 05:09 PM
Available at least as early as May 1951 in the UK. It was advertised in 'Cycling' at this time by Beretta & Penney Ltd who were the importers of Gnutti components.
FB (fixed-free low flange)VeloFello5410/16/2017 12:37 PM
Slight correction - typo on my part : Fratelli Brivio = Brivio Brothers !
Gnutti PistaVeloFello5410/16/2017 12:34 PM
Not sure these are pista hubs - appear to be designed for a freewheel not a fixed wheel?
Campagnolo 1006/G, Gran Sport (High Flange)VeloFello5410/15/2017 07:55 AM
These hubs were made by Fratelli Brivio who had a patent granted in 1933 (in London) for hubs constructed of steel barrels with alloy flanges. FB sold these under their own name (Fonteyn/London offered these as 'Ambra Superga' hubs in the 30's) They have also been seen with engraved with 'Simplex' and no doubt with other brand names. Quite possible that they exist unbranded.
Shimano BR-AT50, Exage TrailBrucey10/11/2017 05:44 PM
Not sure that connecting this brake with the exage trail groupset is correct. Exage trail was launched several years after BR-AT50 and had its own brakes IIRC. BR-AT50 is probably best thought of as a simplified (there is no centring screw) budget version of the BR-MC70 (deerhead) brake. These brakes mount as a wide-arm cantilever on narrow-spaced (traditional touring bike) bosses, and a mid-profile cantilever on wide-spaced (MTB) bosses.
Campagnolo SL-01RE CG, RecordBellaItalia10/08/2017 12:17 PM
Fabulous pair of shifters. Unfortunately I lost the screw and the cap on the right side today somewehre in Hamburg/Germany. aaaaaarrrrrrgghhhhh
Lycett (swallow style)VeloFello5410/08/2017 05:04 AM
The Lycett L15 was first introduced in 1956 and sold at 25 shillings (£1.25 in today's money). It weighed 1lb 9oz.
San Giorgio Super LussoVeloFello5410/04/2017 03:02 PM
These were certainly available before 1950 as F H Grubb offered them on his 'Perfection' machines at that date.
Mavic Montlhéry (early version)VeloFello5410/04/2017 02:48 PM
Also available with 40 spoke holes (this would assume that there were 32 hole rims available too)
Sugino Maxy 3-boltDon Buska09/30/2017 07:40 PM
"Ever notice just about all the Japanese crankset makers names start with "S". Sugino, SR, Sakae, Suntour (I think they had a crankset) and Shimano!" Exception was Takagi which was later acquired by Shimano and thus became their namesake. Suntour's were mainly made by Sugino, until the very last years in the early 1990's when SR made them as part of the two companies being combined.


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