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Marinoni 1974 model!CanadaUsedbikesmontreal09/09/2016 11:16 PM
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Nakamura SX 995JapanUsedbikesmontreal09/09/2016 11:08 PM
Marinoni Aero SpecialCanadaUsedbikesmontreal09/09/2016 11:01 PM
Cycles Wolber Wolber Sportstedeu08/24/2016 09:01 AM
LOOK KG 243FranceTom70s07/26/2016 07:46 AM
Hobbs of Barbican SuperbeEnglandazorch07/16/2016 11:01 AM
Pesenti P.19T Triathlon ConceptItalyTom70s06/24/2016 03:09 AM
Gitane Mach 410FranceTom70s06/23/2016 08:35 AM
Villiger (Road Race)SwitzerlandTombo04/28/2016 05:25 AM
10 Newest Frame Models UpdatedRSS
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Centurion Ironman Dave Scott ExpertJapanSlider7401/08/2017 11:46 PM
Bianchi VolpeItalycycolojist12/20/2016 09:58 PM
Gazelle SpecialNetherlandsPolleke11/17/2016 08:39 AM
Marinoni 1974 model!CanadaUsedbikesmontreal09/09/2016 11:16 PM
Marinoni Custom madeCanadaUsedbikesmontreal09/09/2016 11:13 PM
Nakamura SX 995JapanUsedbikesmontreal09/09/2016 11:08 PM
Marinoni Aero SpecialCanadaUsedbikesmontreal09/09/2016 11:01 PM
Italvega SuperlightItalyUsedbikesmontreal09/09/2016 10:00 PM
Cycles Wolber Wolber Sportstedeu08/24/2016 09:01 AM
Hi-E CosmopolitanUnited StatesThe Alterkakker08/04/2016 09:12 PM
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ShimanoJapanmovinyl02/23/2017 05:49 PM
ElvishFranceTom70s02/07/2017 05:39 AM
EliteDenmarkVeloken02/04/2017 02:34 PM
ZeusSpainpeterbman01/28/2017 08:35 PM
HuretFranceTombo01/06/2017 02:42 PM
KharkovRussiapeterbman01/05/2017 05:03 PM
SimplexFranceTombo01/03/2017 02:23 PM
Fr. Van BergenBelgiumRonald12/10/2016 10:54 AM
Rauler (RAULeR)ItalyTombo12/06/2016 04:57 AM
RometPolandshivn11/26/2016 07:04 PM
10 Newest Frame & Head Badge Comments Added
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W.F. Holdsworth Nuovo RecordCBguy02/01/2017 08:06 AM
Hi Mick, Is this the same frame as Holdsworth Special on this site as same serial number and also added by yourself? Interested as am chasing Holdsworth serial numbers and would like the number for records. Thanks, Doug
W.F. Holdsworth 1967 Holdsworth Italia Team ProfessionalCBguy01/31/2017 01:17 PM
Hi Burt, This looks to be the same "Bob Addy" frame as on Classic Lightweights. http://www.classiclightweights.co.uk/bikes/holdsworth-pawsey-rb.html However I notice the serial numbers are recorded differently. Yours as 674108 and CL as 674706. I have been searching Holdsworth Serial numbers and this number has an extra digit compared to other shop builds for 65-75. In 4000's is too high a number for Putney shop builds in 1967. ?Possibly extra digit signifies a team bike or perhaps a different number used by Collard if built off site? I've been working along with Dave Scrimshaw with threads on Retrobike and Bike Forums trying to sort out the various Holdsworth serial systems It would be nice to know how clear these numbers are? Is 674108 accurate? Many thanks, Doug Allen
W.F. Holdsworth SpecialCBguy01/31/2017 01:01 PM
Hi Mick, Is this the same frame as Nuovo Record on this site as same serial number and also added by yourself? Interested as am chasing Holdsworth serial numbers and would like the number for records. Thanks, Doug
Vitus 979damwin01/27/2017 12:19 PM
I think this frame was already produced in 1982 (http://veloretrocourse.proboards.com/thread/1031/documentaire-mesure-collage-cadre-duralinox)
Cinelli GOIDESIGNMilesDavis01/18/2017 05:39 PM
This is actually a Goi Contini - no affiliation with Cinelli at all
Mavic Road forgedMilesDavis01/18/2017 05:39 PM
This is actually a Milremo dropout
Gazelle SpecialPolleke11/17/2016 08:37 AM
In 1996 and 1997 the frame was sold with classic tubes. In 1998 this was changed to Trapezium tubes, where the region of the bottom bracket has wider tubing for more stiffness. In 1999 the front fork was switched from one with a threaded headset to an Ahead stiletto fork. 2002 was probably the last year of production. Chroming of front (and maybe rear) fork was an option.
LOOK KG 86 "Bernard Hinault"lavielemond10/31/2016 03:30 AM
Another thing that I can tell anyone with an interest in this frame is that on some models of the KG86, the rear dropouts have "LOOK" stamped upon them & on others - mine included - TVT is stamped upon the rear dropout! But ALL KG86 frames require the 25mm (or 25.4mm) diameter seatpost that was ubiquitous upon TVT, LOOK, Vitus & ALAN frames of the era.
LOOK KG 86 "Bernard Hinault"lavielemond10/31/2016 03:20 AM
Rather than the "Bernard Hinault" decal shown upon the drive-side of the downtube of the KG86 frame shown above, a number of them instead feature a 'spiel' upon the decal that reads - "This exclusive frame and forks has been produced and designed in collaboration with the << La Vie Claire >> pro cycling team of the Bernard Tapie Sport group and created by TVT, the technological leader of the carbon Kevlar® compound. This unique dampening unbreakable tubing is made of a Kevlar® carbon fibre. Enjoy the ride!" My KG86 (purchased NOS) features this "spiel" decal upon the drive-side & the "Bernard Hinault" decal upon the N/D/S, which I have seen upon many other NOS frames. And I have also seen a couple of KG86 frames with the same 'spiel' written in French, which I quite like! BTW, did anyone else notice the fact that they claimed in their 'spiel' that these tubes were "unbreakable"?!
[ERROR - Parent Not Found]1989Pre10/19/2016 07:32 AM
All the Technium maintubes (on the alloy Techniums) were 6061-T8. Brinell hardness: 6061-T6=95 6061-T8=120


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