Bill's Strada Bianca

Eriksen-built frame with Campy, Moots, Ambrosio. The fork is a slight departure for us, being from Seven, but it provides ample room for the 32mm tires.

Brakes by Velo-Orange - everything just fits, doesn't it?

Kent sweats the small stuff...

Don't that look like the perfect combo?

Andy and boar head logo...

Ready to ride!

Comments

phcollard said…
Wow wow wow! Another perfect frame and build Steve! Makes me dream, literally. That's built for big tires and no fenders? (I can't see the eyelets.) Love the curved stays as well. What's the waiting time for such a beauty if you don't mind me asking?
Steve H said…
Philippe,

Pretty sure it has eyelets - I hope so, anyhow...

I think we're at eight weeks or so for a Kent frame, six months for the HampCo version. So unfair.

sh
Markus said…
Very very sweet, what Dugast tubs are you running?
I thought maybe the Pipistrello Flying Doctor cross tyre but the little bat symbol is wrong.

Just trying tubs for the first time and having problems getting anything smoothish and wide for gravel roads.

thanks,
Mark
Steve H said…
Markus,

More discussion on Bill's bike over here at Velocity Salon - thanks!

http://www.velocipedesalon.com/forum/f11/hampsten-tournesol-4314-27.html#post335767

Steve