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10 Newest Head Badges Added
Badge NameCountryAdded ByAdded On
Brenta Bassano HeadbadgeItalydarerampage10/07/2017 03:50 AM
Schröder HeadbadgeGermanyfightfooter08/28/2017 03:58 AM
Centurion Head Badge from Semi ProJapanfightfooter08/28/2017 03:45 AM
Rickert HeadbadgeGermanyfightfooter08/25/2017 10:42 AM
Simplon Head BadgeAustriaUlrichSKapp07/31/2017 04:59 AM
Vista Head Badge from CriteriumJapancinco07/09/2017 10:52 PM
Girardengo HeadbadgeItalyjimgude06/17/2017 12:28 AM
Union Head Badge from SapporoNetherlandsWallander06/07/2017 05:48 AM
Swiss OlympicSwitzerlandTom70s05/18/2017 08:06 AM
Montana HeadbadgeTom70s05/18/2017 08:05 AM
10 Newest Head Badges Updated
Badge NameCountryUpdated ByUpdated On
Schröder HeadbadgeGermanyfightfooter08/28/2017 03:58 AM
Centurion Head Badge from Semi ProJapanfightfooter08/28/2017 03:45 AM
RUFAGermanyfightfooter08/25/2017 10:46 AM
Rickert HeadbadgeGermanyfightfooter08/25/2017 10:42 AM
Simplon Head BadgeAustriaUlrichSKapp07/31/2017 04:59 AM
Vista Head Badge from CriteriumJapancinco07/09/2017 10:52 PM
Union Head Badge from SapporoNetherlandsWallander06/07/2017 05:48 AM
G. GinetFranceTom70s05/18/2017 08:04 AM
Paris Sport Head Badge from 700 (Dangre-Starnord)United Statesstriegel02/27/2017 03:15 PM
EliteDenmarkVeloken02/04/2017 03:40 PM
10 Newest Frame Parts Added/Updated
Part NameCategoryUpdated ByUpdated On
Ishiwata 703/603Drop Outs & Fork EndsDon Buska09/15/2017 05:11 PM
Huret "Honeycomb"Drop Outs & Fork Endsqd-s04/18/2017 09:27 AM
Columbus Altec2Tube Setsstingray04/10/2017 08:41 PM
DURIFORT C SERIE C - EXTRA LEGGERETube Setsstingray04/04/2017 11:15 PM
Columbus KLTube Setsstingray04/04/2017 10:54 PM
Accles & Pollock High CarbonTube Setsstingray04/04/2017 10:20 PM
Nervex Professional RacingFork Crownstingray03/02/2017 11:19 PM
Nervex ProfessionalLug Setstingray03/02/2017 11:10 PM
Oria 9550Tube Setsstingray03/02/2017 11:05 PM
Campagnolo 1010/B, short horizontal DroputsDrop Outs & Fork Endsstingray03/02/2017 10:43 PM
10 Newest Parts Bin Items Added/Updated
Part NameCategoryAdded/Updated ByAdded/Updated On
Araya 1435Tube Setscinco07/09/2017 08:39 PM
unknowTube SetsPedro02/11/2017 06:44 AM
Oria 9550Tube Setsfobiafabio10/25/2016 10:35 AM
Columbus DeltaTube SetsTom70s06/24/2016 02:17 AM
Columbus Gilco Profilo S4Tube Setsandreitapescu04/18/2016 06:40 AM
Peugeot "Allégé"Tube Setsdbroglin03/17/2016 07:28 AM
Columbus customTube Setsvintage-baz12/05/2015 08:49 AM
TTS BianchiTube SetseLBee08/28/2015 12:49 AM
TitaniumTube Setsfhaas05/15/2015 10:44 AM
Raleigh 20-30 SteelTube Setsdbroglin02/27/2015 04:01 AM
10 Newest Brands Added/Updated
Brand NameCountryAdded/Updated ByAdded/Updated On
VitusFranceb-r-m10/08/2017 03:34 PM
Brenta BassanoItalydarerampage10/07/2017 03:48 AM
WindsorMexicoDon Buska09/14/2017 08:07 PM
CampagnoloItalyb-r-m09/13/2017 09:17 AM
ShimanoJapanSlider7409/03/2017 11:40 PM
SchröderGermanyfightfooter08/28/2017 03:51 AM
RickertGermanyfightfooter08/25/2017 10:12 AM
MediciUnited Statesqcpmsame05/25/2017 07:25 AM
Swiss OlympicSwitzerlandTom70s05/18/2017 08:06 AM
MontanaTom70s05/18/2017 08:04 AM
10 Newest Frame & Head Badge Comments Added
Commented ItemUserAdded On
Mercier Super Vitus 971 (Late 1970's - Early 1980's)longrider10/12/2017 02:59 PM
Merciers are a real mystery once the head badge is lost, and with it the serial number. This frame is as close as I've found so far to one I have, but if I've learnt anything in my quest then it's that Merciers vary enormously in their detailing.
Medici Pro Strada (Late 1970's)qcpmsame09/19/2017 09:03 AM
This frame has been identified by others as a 1980 model, this best fits the make up of things. The chain rings are now Super Record, brake calipers are Nuovo Record, brake levers remain Victory/Triomphe model, and the derailleurs were swapped for post CPSC dated items more correct for the year model of the frame.
Cinelli Track Fork Crownbulgie07/01/2017 09:38 PM
Not sure if it is Cinelli brand (I don't think it is) -- it was sold by Columbus as Columbus brand. It is not a track crown, as shown by the brake hole and the oval blades. It was not investment cast, it is machined in three pieces, a true two-plate crown. It only fits Columbus oversized tandem blades.
Takahashi Bottom Bracket Shellbulgie07/01/2017 09:31 PM
Very high quality, cast in Japan by Hitachi -- you can see the Hitachi symbol, that circular cast-in hallmark seen near the left edge of the photo of the bottom. This shell was also available without the long points on the inner parts of the chainstay sockets, just a traditional rounded spoon shape, intended for use with a separate chainstay bridge. Traditional tube sizes only: 1-1/8" ST & DT, 7/8" round chainstays. Made in English or Italian thread, 68 or 70 mm wide respectively.
Takahashi Fully slopingbulgie07/01/2017 09:19 PM
The model designation was "Mer". Some of the Taiwanese knockoffs, that were near-exact copies, even called their copy Mer.  The Takahashi was a better quality casting, cast in Japan (by Hitachi I believe).  Great strength and ductility, free of voids, with a superior surface finish.  Mer was available with a shelf at the bottom of the steerer bore, or bored straight through.  1" steerer only.   The pictured crown is the second-generation. The first had a round "land" where the brake mounts.
Guerciotti Sprint (by ALAN)JAKE03/03/2017 02:54 PM
I have 2 bikes very, very similar to this. The Guerciotti has no "sprint" designation, only marking is on the seat tube near the top right side: "tourist" stamped into frame, I think that there was "486" also stamped in the same area. The frame itself looks identical and is of '85-'86 vintage with either Campy victory or triomphe gruppo (trying to use this forum to identify). I have another frame that is identical to the Guerciotti; a Tommaso (made by the same manufacturer as everything is the same, stamped on BB made in Italy with same frame size stamped also). I rode the Guerciotti once since it was bought as an investment, it has absolutely no wear ( maybe 50 miles on this frame, only 1 mile by myself)and I still have the original tires (although not functional, still no signs of wear). Purchased the Tommaso since I could ride it and essentially be riding the "G". Both very good bikes; lots of mileage on the Tommaso, but all bonded joints still seem fine. I will provide pics in the near future as I have no camera. Thanks to all!
Colnago Super (1982)JAKE03/03/2017 02:30 PM
My first "really great bike". Although the frame is about 4 cm's too big I love riding this bike. I cannot determine the year, and from the examples provided it doesn't match any specifically. Very similar to this '82 model, but my fork crown lug seems somewhat different, but pantographs are the same. Decals are very close, but down tube decal has no striping. The cable routing for the derailleurs are guides brazed on the top of the BB, '76 model showed no detail of this so I can't compare the frame to it. Right now I can only assume that it's somewhere between '77 and '81 (any ideas?). Has a Record/Nuovo Record gruppo with the BB assy a sealed bearing Edco Competition (I think Swiss made), and replaced with Campy Athena after failure (note: I found replacement bearings for the Edco so I've got a spare if someone's looking for one). I don't know if that was the original BB for the bike as I purchased it in '86 and have just put it up for complete rebuild after 30 years of riding. Once again I'm technology disadvantaged and I cannot at this time provide pics. I will in a later posting. Thanks to all!
Colnago C94JAKE03/03/2017 02:00 PM
I have a complete bike in this apparent model design, but I'm still not sure if it's a C94. Hand painted and signed frame (although color scheme is slightly different-blue and cream with Colnago on the top tube is only on the top side of the tube) and the only decals are the Colnago head tube badge, Columbus near the top of the seat tube, and Campagnolo near the bottom of the down tube. The fork is swept and not straight, the chromed lugging is also different. Nearly every component, except stem and bars, is Campagnolo even the seat tube clamp bolt is marked. Came with Campy Vento rims as I purchased it from the original owner. If anyone can ID this bike model/approx. year I'd be quite thankful. I do not possess digital imaging equipment so no pics as of yet. I will try to include some in my next posting. Thanks to all!
W.F. Holdsworth Nuovo RecordCBguy02/01/2017 09:06 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 02:17 PM
Hi Burt, This looks to be the same "Bob Addy" frame as on Classic Lightweights. 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

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