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PostPosted: Mon Jan 11, 2010 10:32 pm 
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remember I'm no expert, I just thought road bikes were super light, the saddle is a pretty weighty selle royal and the post looks like it weighs a bit to. is there any way to judge what it is?

the wheels are mavic module e does that help to date the bike? And it does have campy dropouts too.

cinelli stem and bars.

and brakes were very scary but that could be down to set up- plan ahead :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 11, 2010 11:16 pm 
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All points to a descent frame! Can't find much on Middleton frames, so not much to go by. If you were a Londoner I would come take a gander!! Could well be a gem!


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I will take somemore pictures of the lugs etc and see if that helps- was going to convert it to a fixie, change the rims to yellow ones and sell on eBay for £600 :lol:


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8) down with them hipster kids like...


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:idea: Also if you see if you can measure the seatpost- that might help too.


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measure the seatpost length?

here are a few more pictures

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now sold thank you 8)


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