1983 Weigle Ice Cycle

We think this bike was made for the 1983 New York City trade show.  Peter Weigle is known for his artistic details and has primarily produced road bikes starting in the 1970's at Witcomb USA.  Witcomb also gave us a couple of other guys you may have hear of, Richard Sachs and Chris Chance.  Check out some of the beautiful details in the pictures below. 
Three of the original photos below were taken at an ice rink at the time of the NYC bike show.

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Frame Cro Moly, fillet brazed
Fork Cro Moly w/ Henry James crown
Rear Shock NA
Rims Araya 7X
Hubs Hi-E
Spokes DT Stainless steel laced 4 cross
Tires Specialized Stumpjumper with No Tubes System and 450+ screws per tire
Pedals Suntour XC
Crank TA Cyclotourist single ring w/ guard
Chain Sedis
Rear Cogs Suntour 5 speed freewheel
Bottom Bracket Phil Woods
Front Derailleur NA
Rear Derailleur Suntour Superbe Tech
Shifters Suntour Power thumb (single)
Handlebars Weigle custom 1 piece bar/stem
Stem Weigle custom 1 piece bar/stem
Headset Specialized steel
Brake set Shimano Deore XT MC70
Brake levers Dia Compe 4 finger
Saddle Cinelli Unicanitor
Seat Post Campagnolo
Colors White with blue pearl clear coat
Size 21"
Serial #   None


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