The Superbe gets a few tweaks

Minolta SR-T 101. MC Rokkor PG 50mm f/1.4 lens. Lomography 800 film. I've had my 1968 Raleigh Superbe in riding condition for five years. The bike has remained pretty static since it got built up: I knew what I wanted in a vintage British three speed through my experiences with my former bike, the Raleigh... Continue Reading →

Randoizing the bantam, and rando in general.

Versatility: It's what I like in my bikes. And the Bantam Rambleneur was designed to be my most versatile bike ever. Load it up with a bunch o' stuff? Sure. Strip it down? No problem. I got the Nitto Mark's Rack installed on the front of the Bantam last month. One configuration with the rack... Continue Reading →

Boscofying the Crested Butte

It's funny how things change. Barely two months ago, I was trying to sell the Raleigh Crested Butte. But lack of "bites" plus a change of heart caused me to reconsider the sale, so I'm keeping it. And now, in classic Granton fashion, I'm going from "trying to get rid of something" to "making upgrades."... Continue Reading →

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