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Just bought it and plan upgrades. B marked fork
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Kewl. I'd like to get one of those someday. Out here in "fly-over-land" we don't often see many of those in the vintage models that is. Thanks for sharing.

Steve
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(05-18-2010, 02:20 AM)oneway Wrote:  Just bought it and plan upgrades. B marked fork

It looks almost exactly like mine (in the Vintage Bianchi thread), except for the handlebars, which look different to me for some reason (other than the color of the bar tape). I think it's even exactly the same color.

I always loved riding mine, even though it's a bit too tall for me and the reach is a bit too long. I spoke recently with a great tech at a local bike shop, and he had some great ideas for making a few changes that would make the bike easier for me to ride. I'm thinking of using it for trips to the grocery store and what-not, since I can put bags on it, and use my new Specialized for fun rides.

Patty
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Nice bike, I love the '60s through '80s vintage road bikes Big Grin .
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