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TT: 57cm (56.5cm effective) ST: 57cm This one of a kind track frame was built for Canadian track cyclist Jim Fisher for the 1999 Pan-American games by legendary frame builder Mike Mulholland. It has a forward sloping top-tube and a really short back-end. Its six stay design makes this bike super stiff. The paint is a little rough in places, but it's all original and still has the Pan-Am games sticker.
Here's a little history from Canadian track cyclist Jim Fisher: ''I think I gave that frame to Ken Cools and he must have brought it down there to New Zealand. The story of the frame is this... A Canadian ex racer turned frame builder by the name of Mike Mulholland was Cyclops Bicycles. That frame finished fourth in the Kilo at a World Cup, was raced at a World Chsmpionships, Pan Am Games, and won Canadian Nationals twice.'' Jim Fisher.
Shipping & pick-up options
|Destination & description||Price|
|To be arranged||N/A|
|Pick-up available from Wellington City, Wellington||Free|
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