• http://redd-design.com Ashley
  • http://oldttenspeedgallery.com DOC SPROCKET

    A LITTLE BIT OF NEW & A LOT OF ORIGINAL MAKES FOR A PERFECT BLEND.ESPECIALLY IF YOU INTEND ON RIDING, I DID ALMOST THE SAME THING TO MY 1985 FUJI TOURING V, WHICH YOU CAN SEE ON THE SIGHT. I SOLD IT TO A GUY WHO IS ON HIS WAY TO NEW ORLEANS WITH IT, THIS WILL BE IT’S THIRD TIME ACROSS THE US

  • bill

    Hey Ashley, Great bike! You must have a lot of parts/parts bikes! I have ended up with a lot unknown/off brand derelicts with some interesting lookings parts. Maybe I’ll start mixing and matching parts. I’ve got some great name brand bikes with rusty parts…hmmmmm. Again great bike! Love the color!

  • older1

    Well done, Ashley!
    What a sharp-looking, clean green GP! Excellent and enviable upgrades; OTS+6!
    Thanks for showing how a great old Raleigh can be brought into the 21st century!

  • http://redd-design.com Ashley

    Thanks guys! My friend owns a bike shop, so I actually raided his bins for some parts. I’ll have to do a complete build writeup once I get my cycling blog up and running :)

  • Julie s

    Awesome-what does it weigh in at?

  • http://redd-design.com Ashley

    Before the crank replacement: 28.5. With the new crank: 27.3lbs

    It makes for a great workout on my commute, especially when the race bike is 18.5lbs.

  • john

    What do you mean by “stretch out the rear triangle”?