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Tutorial: Polishing Bicycle Parts | The Radavist | A group of individuals who share a love of cycling and the outdoors.

Note: Please see our more updated post for a proper tutorial. campagnolo nuovo record cm insertion panto When I make a post about polishing some component, I get at least a dozen emails from readers asking me to post a tutorial. Since it's easier to polish NOS or new components, I figured I'd take the harder route first; used components with wear and tear from use. Now while some people may have different methods, this has worked best for me. Keep in mind I don't have access to a bench wheel…

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Dealing With Tragedy: The Passing Of The Quill Stem - Bike Forums Vintage, Quilling, Vintage Bicycles, Vintage Bikes, Vintage Bicycle Parts, Bike Parts, Bike Accessories, Retro Bike, Cinelli

Classic & Vintage - Dealing With Tragedy: The Passing Of The Quill Stem - I think bicycles lost something important when the quill stem was replaced by the clamp-on "threadless" stem. No doubt there were reasons for it. Threadless steerers and clamp-on stems are lighter, apparently; they do make changing

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Crossbow USA has been manufacturing the improved version of the famous Monark dual springer bike fork since 2006. We now offer this fork in all configurations, for almost every bike, traditional, electric, motorized, and fat tire. We are here to answer any of your questions, and invite you to contact us. We can assist you in the proper fork selection, and with technical and installation questions.

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Classic & Vintage - Help with Raleigh Competition restoration/clearcoat question - Hi, I am in need of advice. I have a 1973 Raleigh Competition that I have owned since new (leftover, bought it in 1975 from Turin Bikes in Evanston for $235). Well surface rust and aging parts moved me to disassemble the beast. My in

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