The Brooks "Swallow" saddle with titanium rails.
Campagnolo Veloce brakes.
Replacement Reynolds 653 fork decals supplied by the Reynolds factory. These were the only decals I decided to put on the finished frame.
Wheels built using the above hubs, Mavic Open Pro rims and DT Swiss double-butted spokes, finished off with Continental GP4000s tyres.
Campagnolo Power Torque cups.
One of the few things still to be altered are the skewers, which are a temporary solution until I can obtain suitable Campagnolo concealed cam skewers.
Brooks honey leather bar-tape, finished off with Hope aluminium end caps. These still need to be turned down to reduce the diameter slightly as they are a fraction too big, but you get the idea.
These aluminium Campagnolo cable stops are getting harder to find as they seem to have been replaced by a black plastic version, which look nowhere near as good.
The original Campagnolo threaded headset from the original donor bike. This was a keeper from day one for obvious reasons, and cleaned up nicely!
Campagnolo 2011 Veloce 10 speed group set. The pedals still need to be replaced with something more appropriate though!
One result I was particularly pleased with was the head badge, which was stripped back to the natural aluminium so that it matched the rest of the bike, and still left the detailing of the logo in relief. This was stripped using the (pretty dangerous, but effective!) sulphuric acid method which you can see details of how to do online, which is at your own risk! When I tried this on the original badge I discovered it was actually plated plastic, so I found a proper aluminium example on eBay for very little, which is the one you can see here.