Purging Parts Feb 3, 2010


Campagnolo inch pitch – aka “skip tooth” drivetrain

Like most people who have a fetish for vintage Italian steel and alloy, I tend to buy components as I come across them. You always think to yourself “One day I’ll have a build project and I’ll need this”. Well, parts start to add up and consume your home; every once and while, you have to purge. In NYC, apartments, and budgets for that matter, are small. The last thing you want is to look like a Hoarder.

There’s more below, so read on…


Cinelli steel track stem 120mm

These are a few things I’m parting ways with. I guess I just wanted a record of all the lovely parts I’ve collected. They’re already going to a new home, so don’t bother asking if I’m selling them. Sorry! I’ll continue to Tweet some deals and maybe you can catch one.

Things still needing to go:

-Mavic Pursuit bars 42cm
-Cinelli 1a and 2a stems in 100mm, 110mm, 120mm black and silver (some polished)
-Cinelli Pista bars (old crest) with a polished clamp.
-Cinelli Priest bars
-Numerous old Campagnolo seat posts
-Yellow Concor saddle – worn in, but still classy
-Some Super Record Pista pedals
-Cinelli Unicanitor saddles

Keep an eye out on my Twitter and here for random sales that will pop up.