I got the frame originally from a buddy at Colorado College in C-springs. He found the frame in a dumpster and it awed me. The frame is from early to late 70's? the paint was immaculate and was a perfect project for me. I took it back to Columbia, Missouri and did it up. I made it into a single speed coaster. Soo badass. I used basic vintage sugino crankset, nitto technomic long stem, soma "noah's arch" handlebars with yetti hardcore grips. I build up the rear tire with a cheap wineman rim and a sturmey archer coaster hub. The tires are "club roost", excellent cross type tires for a 27 rim, following up with a cheap saddle I put on after I sold it. Originally I had a brooks b-17 narrow in antique brown. I loved this bike to death, but sold it because of lack of space for all my ridiculous bikes. It cruised so very nice.

Sean Pollock,

Columbia Missouri.



Raleigh Record - non-drive side
Raleigh Record - front end view
Raleigh Record - headtube detail
Raleigh Record - stem and bars detail
Raleigh Record - pristine paint




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