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 Post subject: Fausto Coppi Aluminium K
PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 9:24 am 
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I took some pics yesterday so I thought I'd share this too.
This is my girlfriends road bike. Been in use for a few years now, so not very clean anymore. Sorry!

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The spec list:
Frame: Fausto Coppi Aluminium K (repainted and re-stickered by the previous owner)Image
Fork: Leader carbon
Saddle: Selle Italia Flite TitaniumImage
Seatpost: noname 27,2mm, with ti bolt
Seatpost binder: Salsa Lip Lock
Headset: alloy wonder from Poland, with needle bearingsImage
Top cap + bolt: Campagnolo Record
Spacers: Velosolo
Stem: Dimension, 70/31.8mm, with ti bolts
Handlebar: PRO
Bar Tape: Selle San Marco leather
Bar end plugs: Nitto
Brake levers/brifters: Campagnolo Veloce 9 speed, with Hüdz replacement hoodsImage
Brake calipers: Campagnolo Chorus
Brake pads: Kools Stop Salmon
Brake cables: Campagnolo + Shimano
Brake cable housing: noname
Rear derailleur: Campagnolo Chorus 9 speedImage
Derailleur cable: Campagnolo
Derailleur cable housing: noname
Down tube cable stops: Campagnolo
Cassette: Campagnolo Veloce
Chain: Selcof SL900CR
Cranks: Campagnolo Record, 170mm
Chainring: Specialites TA 39T
Chainring bolts: noname alloy
Pedals: NC-17 Trekking Pro
Front hub: noname 24HImage
Rear hub: Campagnolo Veloce 32H
Spokes: DT Swiss Revolution 2.0/1.5/2.0mm
Nipples: DT Swiss brass
Rims: Kinlin XR-300
Tyres: Veloflex Master 23-622Image
Tubes: Specialized Turbo Tube

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 11:18 am 
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Classy. Can't beat a 1x setup. I had a 1x9 Campagnolo setup for commuting and loved it. Nice looking steed she has!


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 11:55 am 
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Thanks!

All of our bikes have had only one chainring in front for about ten years now. Mainly because of lazyness, I just never have had the patience to properly dig into the world of front derailleurs. Everything nice and simple like this. Chains has been dropped a couple of times but that's the price I'm willing to pay for fd-free life!


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