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Show us your new "Steel Framed" bikes.

gandigandi Posts: 44
edited October 2014 in Your road bikes
Hello,
Is there a page similar to the title above,if not could you please post them here as i'm after a new steel framed bike and would like to see what's about.

Thanks for looking and hopefully posting.
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  • xdocxdoc Posts: 331
    [img][/img]DSC_0059_zpsb18eec36.jpg/img]

    Sorry, not a new steel frame, but thought you might like to see it any way.
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    xdoc wrote:
    [img][/img]DSC_0059_zpsb18eec36.jpg/img]

    Sorry, not a new steel frame, but thought you might like to see it any way.

    You only need one pair of IMG tags:

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    Road - Dolan Preffisio
    MTB - On-One Inbred

    I have no idea what's going on here.
  • This is my steel framed De Rosa.
    Neo Primato frame
    Campagnolo Chorus throughout
    H Plus Son TB14 rims,
    Veloflex tyres
    Selle Italia Kit Carbonio seat
    Deda finishing kit
    All 2013.

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  • That's a beauty!
    Planet X XLS 2013
    Planet X London Road 2015
  • MindermastMindermast Posts: 124
    What do you mean by "new"? New bike, newly acquired bike or new image? My newest steel bike is 10 years old, so probably wrong here?
  • sungodsungod Posts: 14,355
    my xcr, with it's new fork, enjoying some rare sun

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    my bike - faster than god's and twice as shiny
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    sungod wrote:
    my xcr, with it's new fork, enjoying some rare sun

    8e9i.jpg


    Ooooh - now that's seriously nice - very very very cool. The only thing I would change is the handlebar tape to black but that's just more of a personal thing I think.

    Cool photography as well.
  • FocusZingFocusZing Posts: 4,373
    sungod wrote:
    my xcr, with it's new fork, enjoying some rare sun

    8e9i.jpg

    Sumptuous bike, smashing photo, Godly in the sun.
  • FocusZingFocusZing Posts: 4,373
    This is my steel framed De Rosa.
    Neo Primato frame
    Campagnolo Chorus throughout
    H Plus Son TB14 rims,
    Veloflex tyres
    Selle Italia Kit Carbonio seat
    Deda finishing kit
    All 2013.

    DSC_0242_zps1974ba20.jpg
    DSC_0243_zps443f8d1e.jpg
    DSC_0248_zpsceaf7cb9.jpg

    Campagnolo chorus classic, rose red resplendent.
  • super_prestigesuper_prestige Posts: 300
    edited June 2013
    Tommasini Super Prestige

    Columbus SLX Tubing
    Campagnolo Record Delta brakes
    Campagnolo Omega Rims
    NOS Michellin HD Comps 22 mm
    The rest a mix of record, Chorus and Athena.

    And before anyone asks it's not for sale.

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    Building:
    S-Works Venge, Ultegra DI2, Carbon Clinchers
    Race:
    Moda Stretto, Force Groupset, American Classic Carbon 58`s

    Winter:
    Whyte Suffolk, Hydro Disks

    Retro:
    Tommasini Super Prestige Full Campagnolo C/W Delta`s
  • skyblue337skyblue337 Posts: 135
    My Enigma Elite, Campag Chorus (Record brakes) and Zondas

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  • sungodsungod Posts: 14,355
    edited June 2013
    love the delta brakes on the tommasini, retro steel just looks so right
    my bike - faster than god's and twice as shiny
  • RideOnTimeRideOnTime Posts: 4,712
    Yossie wrote:
    sungod wrote:
    my xcr, with it's new fork, enjoying some rare sun

    8e9i.jpg


    Love Is In The Air / Love is in the air everywhere I look around / Love is in the air every sight and every sound / And I don't know if I'm being foolish
  • portonporton Posts: 40
    Tommasini Super Prestige

    Columbus SLX Tubing
    Campagnolo Record Delta brakes
    Campagnolo Omega Rims
    NOS Michellin HD Comps 22 mm
    The rest a mix of record, Chorus and Athena.

    And before anyone asks it's not for sale.

    B6836731-BC5F-4A68-923D-879A77A956FF-5464-000007107DC80440.jpg

    FA69BC2C-54B7-4B85-90CC-3A1B493E511E-5464-0000070F4A8ADA3C.jpg

    Hi

    Which pedals are those ? Shimano 105 ?

    I have steel bike on its way and like the pedals you have

    Cheers
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    porton wrote:
    Tommasini Super Prestige

    Columbus SLX Tubing
    Campagnolo Record Delta brakes
    Campagnolo Omega Rims
    NOS Michellin HD Comps 22 mm
    The rest a mix of record, Chorus and Athena.

    And before anyone asks it's not for sale.

    B6836731-BC5F-4A68-923D-879A77A956FF-5464-000007107DC80440.jpg

    FA69BC2C-54B7-4B85-90CC-3A1B493E511E-5464-0000070F4A8ADA3C.jpg

    Hi

    Which pedals are those ? Shimano 105 ?

    I have steel bike on its way and like the pedals you have

    Cheers

    They're R540s:

    http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/category/ ... s-12-10586

    Road - Dolan Preffisio
    MTB - On-One Inbred

    I have no idea what's going on here.
  • portonporton Posts: 40
    Cheers
  • TMRTMR Posts: 3,986
    skyblue337 wrote:
    My Enigma Elite, Campag Chorus (Record brakes) and Zondas

    9116747925_afe2e5abd1.jpg

    That's the nicest looking Enigma ever on these forums. The first one I've seen where they've ever made more than half an effort to make an amazing looking colour way. Very nice and huge thumbs up from me.
  • gandigandi Posts: 44
    Cheers guys,keep them coming.
  • ed_jed_j Posts: 335
    Tommasini Super Prestige

    Columbus SLX Tubing
    Campagnolo Record Delta brakes
    Campagnolo Omega Rims
    NOS Michellin HD Comps 22 mm
    The rest a mix of record, Chorus and Athena.

    And before anyone asks it's not for sale.

    Wow. Is that for sale?
  • APIIIAPIII Posts: 2,010
    Changed the tyres since this was taken.

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    Anderson 953 by Fraser Kynaston, on Flickr
  • philclubmanphilclubman Posts: 229
    That Dave Anderson is AMAZING!!! So is the Tommasini.

    My Dawes isn't up to the same standard as some of the the others, but much more affordable.

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  • That Dave Anderson is AMAZING!!! So is the Tommasini.

    My Dawes isn't up to the same standard as some of the the others, but much more affordable.

    8928205290_27e0d47f7b_b.jpg

    8928213502_4eab57a790_b.jpg


    Lovely bike and lovely pictures! :D
  • 61cm 1995 Colnago Master Olympic

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  • styxdstyxd Posts: 3,234
    Here you go

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  • DmakDmak Posts: 445
    I love steel bikes. Keep em coming.
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    sungod wrote:
    my xcr, with it's new fork, enjoying some rare sun

    8e9i.jpg


    Just had to bump this because its freakin' lovely.
  • springtide9springtide9 Posts: 1,731
    Jamis Nova (631)

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    Simon
  • DM222DM222 Posts: 90
    APIII wrote:
    Changed the tyres since this was taken.

    8278180854_a5a4cce847_b.jpg
    Anderson 953 by Fraser Kynaston, on Flickr

    Gorgeous
  • nweststeynnweststeyn Posts: 1,574
    I 'still' don't have anything to post in this thread...
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    nweststeyn wrote:
    I 'still' don't have anything to post in this thread...

    I got so excited when I saw your name under last post for this thread :cry:

    Road - Dolan Preffisio
    MTB - On-One Inbred

    I have no idea what's going on here.
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