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A Tupolev Tu-22M-backfire? No it's a Mirage



















Klein Attitude 1991 backfire
Ident# A5A5
size 22“, 12.2 kg
fork early type welded crown Ident# A0537

handlebar/stem combo MC1

Campagnolo Euclid Graphite incl. seatpost
8-speed thumbshifters no „bulletshit“
„banana-cantis“

San Marco Rolls, pink
ODI Attack John Tomac, pink

rims Wolber TR1
Wolber Avoriaz tubulars













 

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Schipperkes are cool.
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I miss those rims & tires. I had a set back in NH in the late '80's, the ride quality, oh so soft.
 

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Now that's what I'm talking about. For sure you Swiss guys posting here of late have raised the bar. The bikes, the outfits, the actual riding shots.... Well done and keep 'em coming:arf: :thumbsup:
 

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Beautifull bike… :thumbsup:
I love the 1990-1991 klein, and I love old campy groupos.
It's rare to see a campy klein and such a NOS bike…
 

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i dig the shot with the paint reflections on the spoke! but i gotta ask, whats up with the paintball/jason voorhies masks?:confused:
 

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The brakes and crank are definitely centaur. The hubs are euclid b/c they have the grease port. As far as I know Euclid only came in one finish. All the groups below(centaur and icarus) came painted.
 

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Mantis, Paramount, Campy
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Nope, That's A Euclid Build

Euclid was indeed available in Graphite.
The brake levers and brakes (of that style) were the same between the Centaur and Euclid groups.
The Euclid cranks were more 'shapely' as these are. Centaur cranks were just flat pretty much, not sculpted ar both ends.

Icarus and Record O.R. are the only groups that only came polished.
 
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