The Schermer on a Gazelle Champion Mondial. The Gazelle is not really in its natural habitat. The reason why you will see later.
The way ahead >>
...on the left >>
...and the way covered >>
All man made land of course. In midst of this small cosy villages like Driehuizen, Grootschermer and Schermerhorn.
Came past a German car dealership. My absolute dream...
..a car color matching with my grips >>
Aha... one clue why the bike isn't in its natural habitat given away.
A couple more >>
Campagnolo Euclid cranks and mech, Centaur pedals
531 All Terrain tubing
Euclid levers operate the cantis of the same group. For shifting I rely on good old XT thumbies.
The XTII mech shifts the Sedis chain over a 7s Maillard block. For cables I went with the same cables I used for the brakes. Result of this all: flawless shifting ...in index mode! XTII is great foolproof stuff.
Anway, I think it clear now: the Champion Mondial ...is a mountainbike
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