Schwinn Lightweight Databook (Details).
first place I found solid info on the history of my Schwinn Traveler (before I found my way here of course).
Campagnolo Catalogs n.18 through current.
http://velobase.com - Component Listings, Catalogs, and more.
I have not been looking for an old bike for quite a while, so some of these are probably dead by now, but ...
This guy is amazing. The collection is amazing. It is no wonder that campy prices are through the roof. This one guy is probably holding up the prices for the whole world.
Do you know alot about GT bikes?
I've been trying to make use of a new search engine tool so I put together a Vintage Road Bike search engine. Try it (http://normano.invisiblecity.com) and let me know what you think. They say the more it gets used the better it gets. I'll kill it if it's lame.
most awesome retro link ever!!Originally Posted by USAZorro
I found him more than "sort of wacky". More like downright insulting... in price AND attitude.Originally Posted by -=Ģem in Pa=-
Check out www.klunkerz.com It's the Marin scene 1968-1983.
This page on Yellowjersey.org has the original Shimano 105 Golden Arrow Group. Brochure is dated January 1983....
Old race posters, history, bios, etc......
This site has a bunch of old Gitane info and catalogs....
This page has Huret derailleur and shifter photos....
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Gold Plate your frame! http://www.goldplater.com/pricelist.htm#automotive
The most radical bikes ever and very cool site!: http://velospace.org/browse
Fantastic real vintage race bike collections!: http://www.theracingbicycle.com/Preservation.html
I use this site almost every day.....measurement conversion! http://www.onlineconversion.com/length_common.htm
This site is dedicated to vintage bike pedals! http://www.speedplay.com/index.cfm?f...almuseum.quill