This is my latest project just completed. I have Bryan at Renaissance Bicycle to thank for getting me started on the "modernization" of older classic frames. Please visit his site it's wonderful. is my 1984 Trek 770 series bike. I hope you enjoy. The bike came to me as a used but not abused frame. I was anxious to modernize this piece and provide some pride for an "American built" bike. Whatever Trek has become in recent years, they built one heck of a frame years ago. The frame is constructed from 531P Reynolds tubing and weighed in at just under 4 lbs. I coldset the rear dropouts to 130mm and trued the headtube and bottom bracket prior to building it out. Here is a list of the components. And rides really, really sweet.

- Campagnolo Headset
- Nitto B-115 Bar
- Velo-Orange Stem and Quill Adapter
- Full Ultegra 10 Speed Group
- Compact Crank (knees are getting old)
- Neuvation R28 Aero 4 Rims



Trek 770 - rear angle view

Trek 770 - non-drive side view

Trek 770 - head-on view


Trek 770 - fastback seatstay detail
Trek 770 - front end detail


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