Well as it's pretty and nearly finished it time to show it here.
Frame: Alan Competizione 1980/1981 57x57cm
Fork: Alan round blades
Headset: Campagnolo 1" threaded
Bar Tape: Deda
Brake Levers/Brifters: Campagnolo C- record
Brake Calipers: Shimano 105 single pivot nutted
Brake Pads: Shimano
Brake Cables: Transfil
Shifters: Campagnolo downtube friction shifters.
Front Derailleur: Super record mid 80's
Rear Derailleur: Triomphe
Derailleur Cables: Transfil
Cassette: 13-18T 6 speed freewheel
Chain: KMC Z82
Cranks: Nuovo record/record/super record fluted 1049/A
Chainrings: Super record 52/44T 144BCD
Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo cup and cone
Rims: Super competition Champion tubualr exact odel unknown
Hubs: Campagnolo Record age unknown
Hub Skewers: Campagnolo
Tyres: Front Hutchinson 700x22c tub rear Conti Giro 700x22c tub
Saddle: Sella Italia turbo
Seatpost: 25.0mm Kalin
Seatpost Binder: Allen bolt
Weight: 19.5lbs heavier than I thought but my scales are not very accurate.
And the shoes had to be Italian too and a bit retro
First ride impressions:
Well I though these frames were flexy but I di not notice that. The ride feels quite harsh compared to my other road bikes but they are modern steel designs but perfectly rideable.
It rolls very easily on these tubs, it is the first tubbed bike I have riden and I like it. I will be using in the WSW time trial series.
All I need now is to fit the top tube brake cable clamps which are on there way to me and a pair of (white?) hoods.
I am quite happy with it apart from the rear tub with is on backwards, I will have to re do that.
ALAN Competitizone 1980-1981, Traitor Exile, Pinarello Monvisio, Trek 2300 (the one with the carbon tubes), Scott Pro Racing, Vitus 992, Kinesis FF29, Sannino, Trek 8900, Genesis Equilibrium Ti Disc, Gary Fisher Ferrous single speed, 1948 raleigh record ace project, Klein Quantum, Ceilo Rosso TT bike, 1962 dawes unknown model.http://www.thecycleclinic.co.uk