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Old 06-28-16, 10:35 AM   #1
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Cinelli / Centurion Equipe Bicycle

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$650
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Seat tube 60cm c to c.
Top Tube 59cm c to c.
Columbus tubing.
Original paint and decals.

Located in San Francisco Bay Area.








More information on these bikes available here: Cinelli Only: Centurion, "Equipe"

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Old 06-28-16, 11:40 AM   #2
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Bump for a rad bike. If it were a tad smaller and anywhere near me, I'd be clearing out part of the stable to make room.

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Old 06-28-16, 12:18 PM   #3
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Heckuva a time to have just purchased the wife a new car. This would so be a keeper.
Nice bike. I'd think it would go quick.
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Old 06-28-16, 07:04 PM   #4
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Centurion Equipe

I had one in a smaller size and it rode great! The only reason I moved it on was that it was a little small for me. These bikes are sleepers. It's a real Cinelli.
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Old 06-28-16, 08:01 PM   #5
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Oh, man... Lovely, my size, but budget pretty much busted...
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Dude! Cut that down to a 55 square for me, would ya! That is probably one of the 5 bikes I'd really love to have one day. The most perfect marriage ever between Italy and Japan.
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Thank God it's too large for me! Nice bike, though. GLWS
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Besides the tires looks basically new. Wow.
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Thanks for all the nice comments! Bike is sold to a forum member.
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Just saw it. Bargain.
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@obrentharris, congrats on the sale. I remember first seeing it in person for sale at the SF Bike Swap--had to be close to 2 years ago. This was on the block for too long! You must be a terrible salesman. Someone is getting fantastic bike at a bargain price. Glad it's staying in the BF family.
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Who was the lucky one?
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Who was the lucky one?
Beautiful bike. Just couldn't swing it. Keeper for sure. New owner is a lucky person, IMHO.
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That would be me! These bikes have been on my short list and I couldn't pass on the opportunity to own one that was so well restored with almost 100% accurate (only the rims differ from the original). Brent is a great guy too!
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