I think you've seen photo's of both of mine, although I must take an up to date picture of the Raleigh.
First bike is 1999 Raleigh 853 (same as the R700, but sold as a frameset), running ten speed Shimano, with new Stronglight chain rings on Shimano 600 Tricolor cranks. At one time I had Tricolor F&R mech, but the rear mech struggled, so both have since been replaced with ten speed Ultegra. Shifters are brand new Tiagra, as Ultegra ones cost a fortune and I couldn't find any s/h ones at the time (now there are loads). Wheels are Easton EA50's.
Second bike is 1989- ish Concorde Astore. Again ten speed. Currently with Shimano tricolor / Mavic Open hubs and rims, but they will be changed for something much lighter at some point, possibly 50mm carbon, as it look wonderful with them on. All the rest of the running gear is SRAM. Shifters are Rival, as they were more available and a more classic shape, although I missed two earlier pairs, with polished alloy levers. Everything else, including external GXP bottom bracket is SRAM Force, although I have just picked up a SRAM RED GXP BB (with Italian threads) which I will install before doing too many miles.
Pedals on both bikes are Speedplay Zero. Seat posts are both USE Alien. Saddles are San Marco.
The next road project has arrived today. It is of course steel, hand made and British. Just waiting for confirmation of maker and year. That will be built as light as possible and completely modern, with carbon wheels and as much SRAM RED as I can afford.
I love tasteful modern on retro, it is very much my thing
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