Hi again Jim,

Here's my latest project. I walked into my LBS this past July and saw this bike all built as a demo. I fell in love with the color scheme, (British Racing Green with cream panels) so I took it out for a quick test ride. I wasn't impressed with the store's component selection so I negotiated for just the frame fork and Chris King headset.

I completed the build with Campy Daytona brifters, Campy long cage rear derailleur, FSA compact front derailleur, TA pro vis crank set with 46x36 chain rings, Campy Daytona hubs laced to Velocity Aerohead rims with 700x25 Panaracer Paselas, Thompson seat post and Ideale model 80 saddle, Specialized stem and Nitto bars with Brooks leather perforated bar wrap. I also added Tektro long reach brakes, a set of Woody's Leopard Wood fenders from Bend Oregon, a Nitto Mark's rack and a Nigel Smith Lil Loafer bag.

This bike is designed to be a "Sport Tourer" and it certainly lives up to that claim. It's got a very lively ride quality and has become my favorite ride.

Thanks for your great site,




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Co-Motion Norwester - non-drive rear angle view
Co-Motion Norwester - rear angle view


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