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Trevor Jarvis International TT 'Flying Gate' - 1980

Owned by: Bryan Clarke

T J Gate 1

Frame Trevor Jarvis International TT, 1980 frame no.8083; 23” 'seat tube'; 22 ½” top tube; wheelbase 38½”; Zeus chrome track ends with brazed-on gear hanger; Haden lugs;  Columbus SL tubing
Wheels Wobler Arc-en-ciel rims on Campag Record 32/32 small-flange hubs; SS butted spokes
Chainset Ofmega CX with SR ring
Pedals Gipemme
Gears Campagnolo Super Record with Victory indexed lever
Brakes Modolo Speedy
Stem/Bars Cinelli 1A stem with Cinelli 65 bars
Headset Edco
Saddle Mirage on Campag Victory seat-post
Extra details Original paintwork. The Flying Gate was revived by Trevor Jarvis in 1979 and adopted by Norfolk short-distance time trial champion Martin Pyne in the early 1980s. He had an aerodynamic version of the frame made from Reynolds 753 tubing. The top TT model was named after Martin’s club CC Breckland.
T J Gate 2
View of rear-end with track ends with gear boss brazed on
T J Gate 3
Martin Pyne in full-flight on his T J 'Gate'
T J Gate 4
View of head with Haden lugs and Victory gear-lever

T J Gate 5
T J Gate 6
Cycling 1981
T J Gate 7