An Ideale saddle would be nice. Perhaps an American Classic or Weyless post?
Karen Rawls Winchester VA
On 3/24/06, John S <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Want to solicit "The List's" input on how to equip a 1981 Eisentraut.
> After all the discussion about lugs, this is a beautifully filet brazed
> frame with stylish Eisentraut BB shell and interesting sort-of Legnano-st yle
> seat pin bolt. Per Ed Litton, each bolt was machined custom.
> Photos on wooljersey:
> Here's the concept: I want to equip it with period 1981 USA made (or
> brand) compoents or French. No Italian, no British, just USA and French.
> I also want super light weitht and some annodized components gold, red or
> For USA I've got Specialized stuff (HS, bar/stem, beautiful cranks,
> pedals) - USA brand, but not made. I've got Phil (Hubs, CHP pedals). I' ve
> got a pair of Weyless hubs.
> French is easier - Huret Jubilee, Simplex shift levers, gold Mavic stem
> with French Milremo bars, Velox plugs.
> Difficult stuff is saddle, seat post, brakes (must be sidepull). What do
> you suggest?
> John Siemsen San Luis Obispo, CA