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    Peugeot teamline

    Hi
    I have a peugeot teamline 2000 columbus genius with full 9 spd ultegra , cinelli bars and stem with reflex rims.I paid 400e for it in pretty much new condition.
    I can't seem to find out much on the web.
    I am interested in finding out the value and quality of these bikes.
    I am happy with it just curious
    At flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/7416590...n/photostream/

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    Most French race bikes with Columbus tubed frames catch collectors eyes but it kinda depends on what era the bike was from and its aesthtics. If this one was a bit older and with curved fork ends plus more traditional Peugeot paint job, the collectors will be lining up to buy it for easily well over $1K,but being that it has that newer style unfamiliar to your typical Peugeot bike collector paintjob and the newish tech straight forks, it might need a bit more time to cook before the right collector gets old enough to start looking for that bike and pay similar prices.

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    Is the bike as new as the components? From what I understand, Peugeot stopped exporting bikes to the US around 1991 but the company continued after that(??) What country are you in?

    Looks like a very nice bike, if originally equipped with Ultegra it would've been near top of the line.
    Why "derailer" is the correct way to spell the gear-change mechanism: sheldonbrown.com/derailer.html

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    Im fairly certain the frame is older than the groupset... by a good 5 years at least, probably closer to 10.

    good lookin machine, I'd expect it to go for around $400, not so sure on that though

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    Cheers lads
    The lbs thought it was 20 yrs old and i thought it was about 98.
    It may be one of the last steel peugeots and i would have thought it was original because it appears there is nothing out of place on it.
    I am in Ireland and the bike was brought here from Britain 10 yrs ago and stuck in an attic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blamester View Post
    Cheers lads
    The lbs thought it was 20 yrs old and i thought it was about 98.
    It may be one of the last steel peugeots and i would have thought it was original because it appears there is nothing out of place on it.
    I am in Ireland and the bike was brought here from Britain 10 yrs ago and stuck in an attic.
    the frame/fork looks to be of 90's vintage (very late 80's at the oldest).

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    Peugeot bicycles were made and sold in Europe until around 2000 I think. The brand has relaunched now, there is a tasty retro roadie on their website.

    Anyway, in the US a 1990's vintage steel road bike that isn't an exalted brand (think: Italian) or covered with Campagnolo isn't worth a ton - $200 to $500, fairly dependent on components. Too new to be vintage, too old to be modern, not carbon fiber and not sub-18 lb, just a by-roadie-standards-obsolete bike. I imagine your Peugeot is in the same position over there in the UK. Now, if the bike were in the US it might fetch more as a sort of curio piece, since the US market hasn't seen a new Peugeot since way back when.

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