Monday, October 24, 2005



This tasty plate crown has classic french lines. The fork blades look modern so I'm guessing this bike is not very old. Any thoughts?

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Blogger Okulus said...

Phil Brown's French-style randonee bike. Very nice.

12:23 PM  
Blogger Norris said...

This crown is made up from three steel parts - the tubular column section and two pressed plates, hence the crown is a fabrication rather than a casting.
simple in the extreme, they often had extra decorative "legs" barzed on to them.

I think that the track bike used by Jacques Anquetil to break the World Hour Record, the first time round, and purportedly built by Helyett, used this type of crown

11:16 AM  

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