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Old September 1st, 2007
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Bianchi Volpe cross/touring frameset 56cm

Not sure what year Bianchi Volpe cross/light touring frameset. 56cm size, bought used. It's steel, 1" head tube, matching fork, generic 1" threaded headset and salsa steel stem included. takes a 26.6 post and a 28.6mm FD clamp. 68mm BB shell, 130mm rear hub spacing. Has mounts for front and rear racks, though the chainstays are somewhat short, so I'm not sure how big of paniers you could mount without your feet hitting them. 3 bottle mounts, pump peg.
There's a sticker that says "superlug construction" the 3 main tubes are lugged, the stays are welded to the seat cluster and BB shell lugs. You can see more in the pictures.
asking $150
these pictures are of the complete bike, haven't stripped the old one yet. They are kind of big to post inline so, here they are: http://homepage.mac.com/ianwalsh/PhotoAlbum2.html
also have a box full of cantilever brakes, pick any 2 with the frame.

Some other goodies to go with: nitto dirt drop bar, rivendell doesn't sell these anymore apparently, but if you want a wide drop bar here you go: 48cm wide at the brake hoods, the tips of the drops flare out (the drop is vertical where the brake levers mount, the flare is only on the bottm flat part of the drop). $20

an old blackburn rear rack. silver, aluminum, has a mud flap/shelf. $10

Also have a rear wheel to go with it, 105 hub, bonty mustang rim, 36 black DB spokes with gold nipples, $50, but I can't sell it till I get a taker on the frame.
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