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    Speaking about the Bethel Training Series, this picture popped up on Facebook an hour ago. It's me, about to have someone for lunch. Regardless, this image captures the best shoes I ever had, my second pair of Lamsons, made before Don started D2 Footwear. All red patent leather with no contrasting graphics that would take away from the style element. Also of note are the long(er) straps, specified so there would be full overlap and no unused velcro areas showing. Elegant.





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    That's a big lunch.
     

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    Nice.

    Are my eyes tricking me or you were already on 23mm tubies? At this era, 21 or even 19 would have been the norm. Nice gumwalls.

    Nice shoes too.
     

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    Full-on, uh?
    Andrea "Gattonero" Cattolico, head mechanic @Condor Cycles London


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gattonero View Post
    Full-on, uh?
    As we used to say in Deptford, Campagnolo throughout atmo.

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    Aren't those groupsets meant to stay in the box?
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    I think I saw pictures of this when still in the box, so it's all going according to plan
    Andrea "Gattonero" Cattolico, head mechanic @Condor Cycles London


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    I live outside the box and so do my components atmo.

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    Richard - your bike? Client bike? Thought you only did complete builds with SRAM these days. Just curious.

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    Yes no and no and thanks atmo.

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    This is going to be nice. Elegance is back.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-RICHIE View Post
    Yes no and no
    I swooned.
     

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    I call this one, "Dan C Ponders Austin" atmo.




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    These popped onto my Iconosquare feed.
    Pic credit goes to stickboybike atmo.







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    Tape even Rose Mary Woods couldn't destroy atmo -




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    I mined this from Iconosquare atmo.
    Jonny Pucci took it at the paint shop.
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    Jeez...want one so bad...

    Is the cue still full? A Sachs would make my 50th so much better...only nine years away... ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sascha Roszak View Post
    Jeez...want one so bad...

    Is the cue still full? A Sachs would make my 50th so much better...only nine years away... ;)
    Supposedly Richard closed the books several years ago for new customer orders, and the wait was about six years at that time. I guess this could have changed between then and now; Richard will probably chime in and let us know.
     

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