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Erik_A

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Just finished the last bits on my personal daily commuter, based on the 60cm Velo Orange Polyvalent MK2 Frameset.
 
I know that this is typically a 650B wheel frame that takes up to 55c tires; but my 700c wheels w/ 35c tires are the same circumference, so that is how I decided to go.  Paul Comp's Motolite brakes span the difference between 650B and 700C canti posts easily.  Other than those I used my favorite 9sp Campagnolo Ergo parts, and 180mm Dura-Ace crankset.   "Fred" height Nitto Techtronic stem give me the upright riding position with drop bars that I prefer for commuting.
 
More info on the Velo Orange framesets: http://store.velo-orange.com/index.php/frames.html
 
 

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ayjaydee

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wow!!!
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tinman

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purdy bike.......

Nice fork / rake.....,bars......classy green

Good to see a rack !

Keep on commuting 

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