Hi. Good project.
I've painted a number of frames.
Take everything off it. Sand to bare metal. You don't need a particularly fine grit - 320 wet and dry will do well and you'll only need a couple of sheets.
Spray primer - I use a compressor and tinned paint but I guess you'll use a...
I want some more for my Saronni and TEAM Raleigh Ii'm restoring.
Are they 3mm or 3/6th ?
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They're rear dropout adjusting screws made by Campagnolo. I would've thought they'd be 3mm for Campy dropouts and 3/16th for the Raleigh ones.
A terrible loss but as he always wore BLACK it would be easy for a driver to miss seeing him and, as in this case hit him.
Light, movement and COLOUR - it works for shop displays (having managed retail) and cyclists.
I'm racing every Thursday night and it really sorts out who really has the lungs up the hills and the legs on the flats. The people who're ok training are soon off the back.
I train at a pretty slow speed - partly because my training bikes are slow and I'm not there to show off...
I use Wiggles cheapest Lifeline cages on three of my bikes. The other bikes have alloy cages too. They're great - cheap, light and look fine. Agree with what others have said re carbon cages - waste of $.
I agree with you. I've never had carbon wheels but I've had many sets of alloy and inspecting them thoroughly has always paid off for me.
I asked my bike mech. about the carbon ones - he said basically the same as you.
They've hardly been used (maybe 500kms) too so like new.
We're about to start the Summer race season (the Winter race season is starting to finish!) here in NZ.
I'm going to be doing some short but hilly races every Thursday night and hopefully I can continue racing into the Winter.
I have some race wheels - ex China - 1360gms with pretty light...
Any weight you can lose off your body is a bonus - less weight you're pulling up the hill, less gut pushing on your diaphram as you're breathing and effectively less oxygen needed for fat cells.
I'm doing the fourth of four hillclimb races next Sunday (much shorter than yours) and leading to...