But wouldn't a British path racer have at least the fork drilled and probably the brake bridge too? Strange combination of details to have no drilling for brakes on a bike with those braze-ons, even if you account for the BB shell by guessing the builder used a shell for a geared bike. Mitch Harris Little Rock Canyon, Utah
On 6/6/07, Marty Eison <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> My daily search of ebay for all things Pogliaghi on ebay returned this
> This bike intrigues me in that it has some features that don't quite make
> sense to me.
> It is advertised as a track frame but It appears to have vertical dropouts
> in the rear,
> There are cable guides under the bottom bracket, and water bottle braze
> The brake bridge is not drilled (and is a different shape than my later
> pog track frame has).
> Lug treatment appears to be much less refined than on other
> Pogs pictured on the CR website.
> I've also never seen a Pog (although I haven't seen all that many)
> with "Pogliaghi Italcours" stamped into the headtube.
> What is this? was this an early Pog spec'd somewhat similiar
> to a british path racer?
> Marty Eison
> Frisco, Texas USA