30 year old alloy frames - go read up on ductile limits.
Not sure what this has got to do with Style Police action, surely its more a safety issue and for that matter comes down to what the rider is prepared to risk. Never had an issue with my old alloy bikes
This is very true. I shall confine my whittling to that which annoys me in the fashion faux pas sense.
Anything Proflex (cue horses head in my bed tonight).
Quill to A-Head adaptors.
Vintage carbon fibre accessories.
Those disc rear wheel covers - idont care if Elvis did own one, they're the cycling equivalent of stone lions at the end if your driveway.
External bearing BBs on Retro frames. Wrong, wrong, wrong.
Dice valve caps.
Rebuilding a vintage or retro bike with cheap British fasteners that invariably have some kind of code nbwr embossed on the end. No, no, NO! Not looks so wrong.
Paul's Derailleurs. He cycling equivalent of a poorly fitting toupee.
Filthy dirty cassettes.
Vintage Ever Ready lights.