Hi Jim,

I built this to be an everyday bike, but it got a little bit out of hand. It sure was fun to put together, though. ThereÕs a little bit of everything on it...all my favorite components. Solid as a rock, but you can still pop a wheelie without even thinking about it.

Bike geek details follow:
Frame: 60cm orange Rivendell Rambouillet
Saddle: Brooks Professional Ti
Seat Post: Campagnolo Chorus Ti
Handlebar: Nitto Noodle
Stem: Nitto Lugged 10cm
Brake Levers: Campagnolo Record Carbon
Brakes: Shimano Ultegra R600 Shift
Levers: Dia-Tech Silver bar end
Headset: Shimano Ultegra
Crank: TA Zephyr 175mm 46-36-22 w/ auto-extractors
Bottom Bracket: Phil Wood
Front Derailleur: Shimano 105 triple
Rear Derailleur: Shimano XTR M960
Pedals: TA Specialties road w/ leather-covered MKS steel clips & dual Binda straps
Cassette: Shimano XTR 11-34 titanium
Chain: Wipperman Connex stainless
Tires: Panaracer Pasela Kevlar 28Õs
Hubs: Phil Wood touring
Rims: Mavic A719 silver
Spokes: Wheelsmith butted 14g w/ DT brass nipples
Skewers: Pitlock
Bottle cages: Nitto original
Bar Wrap: stitched Elk hide
Fenders: Honjo hammered
Bell: Japanese brass on spacer
Saddle Bag: Ostrich w/ Carradice Sport Bagman
Handlebar Bag: Ostrich w/ Velo Orange decaleur and Nitto MarkÕs Rack

barry devenney
seattle, wa



Rivendell Rambouillet - bag, saddle, uplift & seat cluseter detail
Rivendell Rambouillet - rear quarter view
Rivendell Rambouillet - drivetrain detail


Rivendell Rambouillet - side view





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