Quickbeam now on eBay:
On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 10:23:33 PM UTC-5, Stephen D wrote:
> Thanks Philip,
> You're absolutely right - the front brake is an Avid Shorty 4, and the
> tape is Brooks bar tape.
> When I want back to look at my original description, I realized I omitted
> an important point -- there is a faint dent in the top tube. We bought the
> bike last year, and here is the prior seller's description of the bike, and
> his characterization of the dent:
> We felt that the seller's description of the dent was accurate. It is
> tough to see the dent, but you can feel it. I'll take a video tomorrow and
> post it in the Flickr album pointing out where the dent is with a pen.
> Also, I have one other update - I'm afraid the bike does not come with a
> dingle cog after all. We went to get the dingle and realized we only had
> the lockring for it.
> Sorry for the confusion!
> On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 9:32:39 PM UTC-5, Philip Williamson wrote:
>> This is a really nice Quickbeam. I was fantasizing about buying it as a
>> home for the Paul wheels and Avid Ultimates I have, so my existing 60cm
>> green Quickbeam could go back to its black kickback and dynamo wheelset,
>> and I’d have a fast road dingle Quickbeam to complement it. The only
>> problem with that plan is that I’d want to keep your Cutlass wheels, and
>> then I’d need to find a new frame all aver again!
>> I like the black brakes. Looks like an Avid Shorty 4 on the front, not a
>> I don’t know if you mentioned the Brooks bar tape, but that’s a good
>> detail, too.
>> Santa Rosa, CA
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