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Old 02-19-2021, 02:31 PM
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SOLD: Serotta Coors Team Frameset - 61x59.5

Getting my Kirk MRB back from Bici-S means letting go of this amazing team bike and the other one (the Paramount) go to keep my garage and pocketbook at sustainable levels, especially considering I'm in two queues at the moment..

1993 Serotta Coors Light Team Frameset, built by David Kirk and raced by Chris Huber. Repainted by Fresh Frame in PA at some point (and they did an excellent job). 61 ST ctc, 59.5 TT ctc, 17.5 HT, 80mm BB drop. Fits 25s on wide rims.

Included is F/F/HS and Serotta pantographed 3T 120mm stem.

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More info and pics - https://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=263997


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Old 02-19-2021, 02:35 PM
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I didn't know you had one of those, too. I built mine with silver Athena 11-speed. It's a keeper.

Considering our sizing is pretty close to the same, our bike collections really overlap a LOT. Which means, between the two of us, there are duplicates of a lot of bikes!

We should probably form a collective.
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Old 02-19-2021, 02:39 PM
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I didn't know you had one of those, too. I built mine with silver Athena 11-speed. It's a keeper.

Considering our sizing is pretty close to the same, our bike collections really overlap a LOT. Which means, between the two of us, there are duplicates of a lot of bikes!

We should probably form a collective.
But was yours built w an 80mm BB drop to rail those corners?

Your collection, thinned as it is, dwarfs mine..... maybe some day I'll have the room and the funds to expand. For now, it's hard choices. And I really want a Kirk Onesto JKS version of this bike, so that's the choice I'm making.
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I accept deposits --

But I need to get the mental movement going to feel better about starting down the road on the custom........
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I accept deposits --

But I need to get the mental movement going to feel better about starting down the road on the custom........
It's ok....We both knew this day would come....will see what happens when I get the Evil on the dirt this weekend and if this is still around.
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Old 02-19-2021, 03:10 PM
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Getting my Kirk MRB back from Bici-S means letting go of this amazing team bike and the other one (the Paramount) go to keep my garage and pocketbook at sustainable levels, especially considering I'm in two queues at the moment..

1993 Serotta Coors Light Team Frameset, built by David Kirk and raced by Chris Huber. Repainted by Fresh Frame in PA at some point (and they did an excellent job). 63 ST, 60 TT, 20 HT, 80mm BB drop. Fits 25s on wide rims.

Included is F/F/HS and Serotta pantographed 3T 120mm stem.

$1200 shipped C-USA.

Complete build options available.

More info and pics - https://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=263997

Fine-looking race bike.

I'm guessing 63cm is c-to-c seat tube but please confirm. C-to-t would be better...

Please advise front centre measurement and confirm HT is 20cm.

What's the bb to saddle top measurement in this photo?

Cheers thanks.
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Old 02-19-2021, 03:18 PM
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Fine-looking race bike.

I'm guessing 63cm is c-to-c seat tube but please confirm. C-to-t would be better...

Please advise front centre measurement and confirm HT is 20cm.

What's the bb to saddle top measurement in this photo?

Cheers thanks.
Tightened up the figures.

BB to saddle top (at middle), 83cm +/- 0.25.

My measurements are as accurate as I can be with a tape-measure and my state of eyesight, but I think they are quite close.
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