• Anthony Little
  • none
  • July 29, 2016
  • AC Reviews, Bike of the Week, Bikes, journal, mosaic

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Few things are as pleasing as a beautiful steel bike in a classic,  white-paneled red. Mosaic certainly does a stellar job at building a steel bike that echoes everything we love from race bikes of the golden days while implementing every bit of modern performance. This week we are very excited to showcase a perfect example of such a bike that also happens to be for a client who is a perfect candidate for a custom bike.

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To keep things clean and simple we went with SRAM's Red eTap wireless group.

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It's not often we get requests for Busyman pieces on bikes other than Baum and we're not sure why. The custom-recovered Fizik saddle and kangaroo leather bar tape are an exceptional way to finish off a bike.

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Many believe in keeping things pure and steer clear from mixing and matching different brands. While we believe that to some extent, we also believe in using components that do the job the best, regardless of where they come from. Dura-Ace QR skewers are unrivaled in keeping your wheels secure with the most clamping force on the market.

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A classically-styled bike deserves a tan wall tire. The Vittoria Corsa G+ rubbers are always a favorite.

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We're big fans of the EE Cycleworks brakes. Super light weight and incredible stopping power. They also know how to keep you motivated on long days in the saddle.

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