I have been an avid follower of your site and I would like to share my commuter/crossbike. It has gone through an evolution of a flat bar commuter into a drop bar single speed up to its current configuration with a mitchell (three cogs) drive configuration at the back. For me however the highlight of its beauty was during the time I ran it single speed. The clean lines are just awesome. Thanks for viewing.

Doy Dulce

doy2xd (at) gmail (dot) com

P.S. Here are some specifications you may find useful.
1989 CyclePro Ambush (Got this as a flatbar hybrid) 1210 Tange Prestige CroMoly for the frame and 1020 HiTensile for the fork
100mm Profile Designs H20 45 degree rise stem
Flared Drop bars (I don't know the brand got it dirt cheap!)
Shimano SLR top route brake levers
Control Tech Cantilever Brakes (NOS from a bike store)
Shimano HB50 Sealed Mech Cassette Hubs 36 holes laced to Ritchey OCR-Girder 700x18c Double Wall Rims riding on 700x35c Panaracer Pasela
Sachs Quick Release Levers (NOS from the same bike store I got my Control Tech Cantis)
Wheels Manufacturing Single Speed Conversion Kit
16t Cog
Shimano Deore DX 175mm 5 spider crank (retained mid ring) other bits an parts.



Cycle Pro - side view
Cycle Pro - Control Tech Canti detail
Cycle Pro - flared bars and front end
Cycle Pro - single cog drive detail
Cycle Pro - quick release detail
Cycle Pro - rear quarter view
Cycle Pro - drivetrain detail


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