I stumbled onto this Ross Mt. Whitney over the winter. I had always liked the chrome Ross bikes back in the mid-80's but never owned one. I know they aren't considered a rare or even collectible bike, but I am often driven to buy things based on past impressions and fond memories of a simpler time. The bike seems to be pretty close to original spec other than the saddle, and once I rode it I knew I had to have it. There is something so smooth and finished about the ride of this bike but I can't really put a finger on what it is. Maybe its the solid ride of the layed-back resilient steel frame, or the smooth action of the old deer head components which are nicely constructed. Even the friction shifting works so smoothly I am amazed. At any rate I thought I would share some pics of the bike.
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