[CR]Re: Ephgrave is here


Example: Events:Cirque du Cyclisme:2002

Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2003 20:30:39 -0400
From: Ritzmon@aol.com
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org, kctommy@msn.com
Subject: [CR]Re: Ephgrave is here

Tom asks: <One initial question; the brake cable guides are on the lower right side of the top tube, the opposite of what would suit a more modern Campy style sidepull. The reach is fairly short, about 50mm in a quick check on the front fork. There's no bridge for a rear center pull brake, although of course a binder bolt hanger could be fitted. What brakes would this frame most likely be designed for?>

First off, beautiful frame! Glad it wasn't my size...

Most of the sidepull brakes that I've seen from that timeframe are opposite of the Campy sidepulls, so your braze-ons are "normal." I don't know all the brands available at the time (Hillary?), but GB would be a good choice.

Cheers,
Mark Ritz
It's only a mist... in Arcata, CA
but most would call it rain.