For the love of god, please change the chainset!
Alas, no. It's the only chainset that fitted its BB, and it was made from bits I had lying around. I bought the frame for cheap, and fitted the bits I had but couldn't find new homes for. Good thing it was too big for me; it rode exceptionally well, very, very light considering how poor some of the parts were. It weighs a sight less than my Galaxy.
Er, Chris, your Raleigh has fallen over.
Tad, I keep falling over that bike. I've already said it to LGF, but someone, **please** buy it. I don't currently have a life that can support owning such nice things as a 20 year old road bike that's done less than 100 miles since new.
chris, lovin the build kit: a tile cutter a spade and some type of solvent
Unfortunately, my shed is in the middle of a building site; my dad's converting the area where my Raleigh lies prone into his retirement home. And the paint stripper was much nicer than the home brew I've just imbibed on my mate's boat.