А я извращенец.
Вытащить на грунтовый бревет — хорошо, отлично. Поддерживаю. Только это не L'Eroica
. Приедут на МТБ с воздушками, с контактными педалями и будут в своей стихии.
[spoilerRegulations]7.1 – BICYCLES
At L’Eroica only vintage road racing bikes or so-called BICI EROICHE may participate, as defined in paragraph 7.1.a, or historically inspired bikes, i.e. vintage-style bikes even if recently constructed, as explained in paragraph 7.1.b below. No other bikes will be accepted except for those mentioned in paragraph 7.1.c.
7.1.a – BICI EROICHE or Proper Vintage Bikes
BICI EROICHE are all road racing bikes built up to and including 1987 both with or without gears, such as those built in the late 19th and early 20thcenturies. These bicycles most likely have a steel frame, but other types of rare frames are also permitted, such as the aluminium frames built by Alan and Vitus with screwed or glued joints and the Exxon Graftek frames of the late 1970s with carbon tubes glued to aluminium lugs.
Regarding components, bicycles should adhere to the following general guidelines:
more recent bikes with gears and derailleurs, such as Simplex, Huret, Campagnolo, Zeus, Shimano, Suntour, etc. must have shift levers on the down tube of the frame; exceptions include pre-1980 non indexed bar-end gear shifters and rod/hand manual operated front derailleurs;
pedals should be with toe clips and straps or original pedals for older bikes; quick release, clip-less pedals are not allowed
the brake cables must pass outside and over the handlebars (cables can pass inside the frame);
older geared bicycles must have original shifters such as Cambio Corsa, Cambio Paris Roubaix, Cambio Vittoria Margherita, etc.;
wheels must have at least 32 spokes laced to a low profile rim (20 mm depth or less, except for wooden rims); the rims must be of either steel, aluminium or wood;
both tubular tyres and clinchers with inner tubes are allowed;
we invite participants to fit saddles from the same period as the bicycles, so a model of 1987 or earlier; alternatively we suggest fitting a vintage model of modern production;
the change of the gear ratios is allowed due to the difficulty of the ride.
there are no particular rules on the type of brakes as long as they are in line with the construction period of the bicycle and are efficient for safety reasons.
Obviously, early 20th century bicycles with single gear or flip-flop rear hubs don’t need to comply with the above criteria as long as they have their original components.
7.1.b – VINTAGE-STYLE or MODERN BUILT BIKES
Vintage-style, steel framed bikes of new or recent construction with vintage look and characteristics may be used only if they are road racing bikes assembled using vintage components or replicated parts similar to the original, as described above.
In particular, if the bikes are inspired by the design of road racing bicycles of the 1970s and 1980s, they must comply with three fundamental rules (a,b,c) regarding shift levers, toe clips and straps, and brake cables.[/spoiler]
Хотя по пункту 7.1.b могу со скрипом пройти.