Brikewright Workshop Project-UNIVEGA Alpina Sport || Project UPDATE #2

After many months the UNIVEGA is DONE! What was the hold-up? The front derailleur! Go here to see the last post.

My goal was to build it as cheap as I could and still have a good looking bike and I think I did that. With a free frame and parts that I had on hand, I still think I spent around $80-$90 on it. That does not include the rack, bag & lights.

There were a lot of lessons learned on this project and that is only going to help me with my MB-1 Bridgestone project


Dan O said…
MB-1 project. Yes please. That will be cool.
Anonymous said…
I have to say after waiting for this bike, it was well worth it! The bike is awesome! It shifts really smooth and brakes on a dime. I highly recommend the setup.

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