Not bad indeed Patrick!
I expect you will be glad to get it back on the road soon.
It makes me recall my Joe Starck built Riv Road bike from the same year.
I called it my triple Joe as it was built by Joe , painted by Joe Bell
and had wheels built by master wheelbuilder Joe Young with Phil hubs.
I wish I had that one back.
Speaking of steel frame weights I recently built up a 1980 Centurion Semi Pro
and the 23.5” frame weighed 4.65 and the fork 1.70 for 6.35 lbs total.
Your Joefast is under that one by about 1/3 lb.
Makes me wonder what my old Riv Road weighed.
It was a 61 or 62 cm I think and a heavier seat tube
so probably in the range of my Semi Pro.
Of course I also am more interested in how a bike rides than saving a few
ounces of weight.
That said, reading the thread on a sub 20 lb Roadeo got me thinking of dropping
the weight on one of my bikes
to just 22 lbs. The Centurion is currently at right at 24 I think.
Paul in Dallas
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