1990 Raleigh Dyna-Tech 2070 MTB with Campagnolo Centaur MTB groupset and Campagnolo Mirox rims.
FRAME Reynolds 2070 Manganese Molybdenum butted main tubes. Manganese Molybdenum taper-gauge stays. Bonded to aluminium lugs. Sprayed in Raleigh Team Colour of the time (1990s).
FORKS Reynolds 531 oversize (Tandem)
REAR CHANGER Campagnolo Centaur (Campag code: Q010-LG)
FRONT CHANGER Campagnolo Euclid (Campag code: M022)
CHAINSET Campagnolo Centaur (Campag code: Q040)
PEDALS Tioga (although now fitted with Centaur bear-traps)
HUBS Campagnolo Centaur – normal flange. (Campag code: Q300) X-Lite Quick-cams fitted.
BOTTOM BRACKET Campagnolo Centaur
BRAKES Campagnolo – Cantilever
BRAKE LEVERS Campagnolo Centaur – Compact (Campag code: Q05C-DX/SX)
SHIFTERS Campagnolo Centaur (thumbshifters). (Campag code: 0118-155)
RIMS Campagnolo – Mirox 6082 Alloy – T6
SEATPOST X-Lite (soon to be replaced with Campagnolo Centaur MTB one)
SADDLE Campagnolo – Electa (inflatable)
STEM Girvin Flex-stem. (Sprayed to match frame colour)
BARS Reynolds 753 (Black). X-Lite ‘stubbie’ bar ends.
Still in everyday use and still attracting positive comments from the 'youth-of-today'. So-far I've not experienced the Dyna-Tech cracking frame problem, which must mean it's quite sturdy as I'm no lightweight myself (19-stone). My age (51 in January 09) now means that neither my Dyna-Tech nor I get as rough-and-dirty as we'd like.