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The 1960s Paramount
This is Sheldon Brown's 1960s Schwinn Paramount bicycle, also briefly described on his Web site. The bicycle is set up with a fixed gear and Paris-Roubaix tubulars (heavy-duty ones, designed to survive the "Hell of the North" spring classic Paris-Roubaix road race, which largely travels over cobblestone roads). Note the handlebars with color-matched handgrips -- the bicycle is no longer equipped with the Campagnolo Ergo brake-shift levers described on the Web page. They would be the bicycle equivalent of one hand clapping in any case, on a bicycle without derailleurs.

Frame dimensions: 24" seat tube, 23" top tube, 73 degree head-tube and seat-tube angles. (The head-tube angle looks steeper in the photo, but it isn't).

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