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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2010 8:57 am 
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Just a note on "SILV".

SILVA is an Italian manufacturer of cast frame parts (bridges, braze-ons, etc.):

http://www.framebuilding.com/brake.htm

That's a SILVA bridge.


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Tidy frame. Have to agree with Lemond Fan the previous logos look nicer. Nit picking though ;)

Be interested to see the mag scan on the '93 bike.

Doubt they'll be any more mavic falling into my lap like that last lot. Sadly.

As for the team riding with sachs / mavic in 93/94 I thought they rode either Mavic, Mavic with Zap or Mavic with record ergos and a record rear mech with a 571 hub with exadrive freehub. Stand to be corrected though.


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Glad you managed to get it. Trawl the jumbles etc. You'll get everything you need eventually.

Look forward to seeing it finished in time for next years Classic Show. We'll have to get Mark to wheel his out as well. :D


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2010 12:02 pm 
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I have one of those too. Built up with 10 speed Veloce and a pair of handbuilt Record / Open Pro wheels.

Very nice bike to ride.

Also have a Lemond Victoire titanium / carbon.

Always liked Greg's bikes!

bc


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NE, North and West Yorks Deputy AEC
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I will take my time with this one I want to get it as near to original as I can. With all the help and advice I have had so far from everyone on here it wont be a problem cheers :D :D :D


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NE, North and West Yorks Deputy AEC
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beancounter wrote:
I have one of those too. Built up with 10 speed Veloce and a pair of handbuilt Record / Open Pro wheels.

Very nice bike to ride.

Also have a Lemond Victoire titanium / carbon.

Always liked Greg's bikes!

bc
Lets see some pics please


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2010 8:24 am 
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slmracing wrote:
beancounter wrote:
I have one of those too. Built up with 10 speed Veloce and a pair of handbuilt Record / Open Pro wheels.

Very nice bike to ride.

Also have a Lemond Victoire titanium / carbon.

Always liked Greg's bikes!

bc
Lets see some pics please


I know I've got some somewhere...damned if I can find them!

bc

p.s. can I post pictures - I only have 3 posts to my name....


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Lemond / Mavic ZAP team GAN review now up in archive > http://bit.ly/9CiCb7


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NE, North and West Yorks Deputy AEC
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John wrote:
Lemond / Mavic ZAP team GAN review now up in archive > http://bit.ly/9CiCb7
Thats great John the electronic gear change is interesting. Well the wheels turned up today they are not mint but will get me on the road with no problems, the cinelli handle bars turned up just needed a good clean. I must thank Old Ned for giving me a 105 rear mech to put me on till I find a dura ace one, and for lending me a campag seat pin and most importantly all the advice He gave me cheers.


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