The Saluki is my 2d RBW product.

I heard about it on the owners list and contacted its prior guardian. We agreed on terms, and here it is. It came a week ago, and I enjoyed putting it together. I've made just a few changes so far, and really enjoy its super smooth feel on the road. The bike is a 2005 in the stock Sage Green, and was built by Toyo. (Some were also made at Waterford) Here's the rundown on the bike:

50 CM frame and fork set, purchased as such from RBW.
Headset, crankset (50/40/26) and front derailleur: Campy Chorus
Shifters: D-A bar ends 9 speed
Chain: SRAM 9 speed
Rear derailleur: Shimano XT
Cassette: Shimano Hyperglide 12 - 34 (lightweight spider used) 9 speed
Wheels: White Industries M15 hubs, with DB spokes in Synergy Velocity rims.
Tires: National Tire Nifty-Swifty
Brakes: Paul Neo - Retro with Kool Stop Salmon pads
Quill Stem: Nitto Technomic
Seat Post: Nitto Jaguar
Handlebars: Nitto Noodle 44 cm with natural cork tape
Front Rack: Nitto Campee
Front bag: Ostrich
Rear bag: Carradice
Fenders: Honjo, with Berthoud mud flaps.
Pedals: Shimano 325 dual sided.
Saddle: Brooks B-17
Bottle cages: King Stainless steel up top, Black below for camouflage
Frame pump: Blackburn
Brass Bell

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Rivendell Saluki - Rear Brake Detail
 
Rivendell Saluki - crankset detail
Rivendell Saluki - front end view

Rivendell Saluki - drive side view

 

 
 

 

 
 


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