Hello there-

Here are some photos of a Centurion I've owned for a few years and just converted to a single speed.

The paint's pretty rough and there's a mish-mash of parts, but it fits me well and just glides down the street.

Wheels: Campy hubs laced to Bayer rims that I found on eBay (not very happy with the rims, I'm saving up for some Mavics)
Brakes: Older Campy single pivot Drivetrain: Shimano 172.5 cranks, Ritchey 48t chainring, Shimano 16t freewheel, Kona pedals, Shimano sealed BB Handlebars are aluminum chop 'n' flop with old Shimano levers Easton seatpost and WTB saddle

This is SO much fun since I changed the chainring; I was running 42 x 16 for a while. Now the challenge will be to complete the same rides with the new gear ratio =)

Thanks so much for the site, seeing so many different rides is very inspiring!

Marc Azevedo



Centurion - side view
Centurion - angle view
Centurion - drivetrain detail
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