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James Turzynski

Student studying Illustration & Animation at Kingston University London.

Contact me at: jamesturzynski88@gmail.com
My Pete Matthews Track fully built up. Last week it took me all the way to Amsterdam! When I get my scanner back I’ll upload some drawings from the trip.

My Pete Matthews Track fully built up. Last week it took me all the way to Amsterdam! When I get my scanner back I’ll upload some drawings from the trip.

— 1 year ago
#pete matthews  #track  #bike  #fixed  #gear  #steel  #photography  #british 

Untitled This is my most recent restoration project, a Raphael Geminiani (Ex Tour De France winner) Italian Mixte with a handful of Beautiful top of the line Ofmega parts. Its now gone to a new home so let me know if you spot it!

— 1 year ago
#raphael Geminiani  #Mixte  #Mercier  #Bike  #Cycling  #Restoration  #James Turzynski  #Ofmega 


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Some drawings for an upcoming project.

— 2 years ago
#drawings  #cycling  #cyclist  #bike  #racing  #illustration 


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I saw some cool bike headbadges in Florence.

— 2 years ago with 1 note
#bike  #headbadge  #florence  #italy  #photography 



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An idea for building up a 1920’s Claud Butler Tandem frame I bought recently. Complete with front Chater-Lea bottom bracket housing, beautiful lugless fillet brazing and the most striking rear seat tube akin to a 1980’s low pro. No rear handlebars, yet.

— 2 years ago
#tandem  #bike  #illustration  #turzynski  #claud butler 
Dawes Milk Race

I built up this 80’s Dawes Milk Race for my Cousins. The original frame and parts were a freecycle find. Some things needed replacing and the frame was powdercoated at Keep due to a lack of care from the previous owner. I let my cousin to choose as much of it as possible, hence this semi-recycled, quasi-customised racer. 

— 2 years ago with 3 notes
#Dawes  #Milk Race  #1980  #Dominik  #Racing  #Bike 
1975 Puch

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I was given this old frame along with a full bag of bits after the previous owner had given up hope of its restoration. I persevered and this is the result. The parts were mainly sourced from my spares piles, including a chrome fork, Vetta saddle and a black fixed 27inch rear wheel. The chain-line is perfectly straight and when in motion the ride feels smooth and solid. I did the respray on the frame, meticulously sanding down the old yellow paint and replacing it with a candy white base coat complimented by ‘pimp purple’ and ‘golden yellow’ fades. Needless to say when the sun comes out, along with all the chrome, it gleams!

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— 2 years ago with 4 notes
#puch  #toledo  #1975  #bike  #cicycle  #racer  #town  #17