Classic & Vintage - peugeot cadre allege......who knows something about this?
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06-12-05, 09:42 PM
I have a peugeot cadre allege and was wondering if anyone knew any history on these bikes. I think it was made in the late 70's.
Please provide more data and/or a photo. It is probably a UO-8 or similar lower-end steel-framed Peugeot, but do look for a Reynolds 531, Vitus, or other higher-end tubing pedigree.
06-14-05, 12:05 PM
yeah sorry about that, I wasn't very clear with the description,it is white with checkers on the bars and the lion on the front is raised(not a flat sticker like others I have seen) the words "Cadre Allege" are the only other words I can find on the frame besides peugeot and it has simplex gears and weinmann(?) brakes. (I cant seem to get my picture to work on here)
06-14-05, 02:04 PM
Ok here's a picture of it
06-14-05, 02:51 PM
Looks to me to be a common bike-boom era Peugeot. Steel rims, I'd guess, and perhaps steel handlebar also. Shifters on the stem are typical of low-end bikes.
It probably is a smooth and enjoyable rider, make a nice and interesting commuter.
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