Here's some pics of the late '80's (1988 I think, judging my the
"Campione Del Mondo" sticker. At one time I had this, then gave
it to my father. He didn't ride much so I sold it to my brother.
He had it for a while, currently wasn't riding it so it now back
to me. It is a great bike, fairly light and a blast to ride anywhere
(my brother's friends about flipped out when I showed up to ride
it on the MTB trail. I kept up with most and dropped some, so it
holds it's own)
- Stock Ofmega bottom bracket, headset, downtube levers.
- Shimano 105 front derailleur
- Shimano Alivio rear derailleur
- Shimano RSX crank. Yeah, it's got a wide Q factor but that's good
for my feet. Currently sporting a 34 and a 44 BioPace(!) chainrings
- Lyotard pedals with Power Grips
- SR Lamprade seatpost and Bontrager saddle from the take-off bin
at the LBS
- Zoom adjustable stem (it's what I had, to be replaced) and Nitto
45cm B115 handlebars. These bars were pretty cheap, light, strong
and just feel right.
Gran Compe NGC 500 sidepulls from a Cannondale tourer, and DiaCompe
- Original wheelset: FIR EL45.B rims on Ofmega hubs with a Shimano
MegaRange 7-speed freewheel
- Pasela tires; old style 35mm (more like a 32) on back, and newer
true 32mm on front from Rivendell. As you can tell the clearance
on the rear tire is rather tight. I'm thinking about going a bit
skinnier, but I like the idea of being able to ride it everywhere.