If you've got a older bike that needs some love, then the Genetic Heritage double crankset will look just the ticket on your 1980s steel bike. It's not cheap, though, and the alternative – buying a real period crankset – may make the finished bike more authentic.
For sale, a little piece of Campagnolo history. One set of very good condition used Delta Brakes.
Bought for a retro build never completed would look stunning on a steel bianchi or colnago or even on a TT bike as they have a nice aero profile.
small bit of polish/ rub ,mark on the rear brake but otherwise very good condition. All rubber seals intact and brake shoes with lots of life left.
Comes with 3.5mm allen key for servicing.
£100 plus postage (around £5 -£ 8)
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A leather saddlebag is a classic cycling accessory that my grandad would have found familiar. That said, it's hard to avoid the phrase 'Gucci manbag' when trying to describe this offering from Spa Cycles.
If you've got a restoration project on the go, you can pay plenty of money for an original quill stem. That's fine if you're after something special, but even very ordinary ones can set you back a fair wedge. You can still buy a new one though, like this Genetic Hyoid, which is a perfectly serviceable, classically proportioned quill stem. It's not cheap at nearly thirty quid though, and there are other, bigger names still in the market.