New stem just won on evilbay so that's Ian happy
- will be swapping to Cinelli Tempo bars with Cinelli TT brake levers.
It looks well but rides better, lo-pro's are huge fun.
I'm hoping that the following may have given me some impetus on the 'find the maker' game. No absolute 100% concrete proof but this is the closest thing I can find on the net.... http://lopro.blogspot.co.uk/search?upda ... date=false
....which coincidentally features Nob just below. What's your opinions / thoughts on it being a Chesini as per the bike 3/4 the way down the page? Very similar to mine in construction and obviously in gold plating - even the patina has aged the same! Mine being Italian threaded as well....or is it just wishful thinking?
Also agree that it has the look of a Telfer, but they would of been of british threads would they not?
Cheers for any input - this is annoying the hell out of me trying to nail down the maker...
Rick Powell 753 Track / Ribble Gran Fondo / Colnago Asso / 1975 Harry Quinn TT / 1990 Concorde Prelude / Vitus 992 / Keith Coppell Lo-Pro / 1986 KAS Vitus 979 / 1995 Mercian Strada Speciale / 2011 Raleigh GAC Militis 3 ex Graham Briggs / 1995 Ribble 7005 / 1986 Alan Super Record / 1985 MK1 Vitus 979 /
On the bench: Sirius 853 TT / Sun Solo Chrome / Ciocc Designer 84 / Giant TCR0 Pro Compact / Ribble 653 Tourer / Daccordi Lo-Pro / Look KG96 / Bottecchia Equipe / Look KG231 Credit Agricole / Contini Grand Prix / Aende Lo-Pro / TVT / Langdale 653 Pursuit /