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Old 11-05-08, 09:37 AM   #1
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Two Bicycle Price Guides (Vintage and Used)

We have 2 bicycle price guides on-line now:

1) The "Vintage Bicycle Price Guide" with 600+ records and details about each bike

2) Our new "Vintage and Used Bicycle Price Guide" with 25,000 records showing asking prices and details for vintage and general used bikes and parts.

Here's the link:
http://oldroads.com/master_query.asp
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Old 11-05-08, 10:45 AM   #2
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Seems pretty light on lightweights, but in fairness, that's probably not the passion of the people who developed this.
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I've got a spreadsheet with the last 120 or so Ironman eBay auctions. Want it?
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Yes, please email it to me:
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Seems pretty light on lightweights, but in fairness, that's probably not the passion of the people who developed this.
I always thought that documentation of this nature should be explicitly outlined as to the form of bicycle that it primarily covers.
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P.S.: There is a $135 Schwinn Varsity, $180 Schwinn Breeze, and a $266 Schwinn Continental in the list.
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The original price guide with 600 cycles is mostly ballooners, middleweights, musclebikes and 3-speeds.

The new 'vintage and used' guide (25,000 records right now, ultimately growing to 50,000 records) covers everything including parts.
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Not being rude....
.... IMHO I find your website difficult at best to navigate.
I appreciate your work but hope you pursue a more user friendly format.
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No offense taken, and I’ve heard it before. I appreciate the feedback.
The site 13+ years of photos, discussions and archives, and I haven’t changed the design much at all.
Any suggestions on what would make it easier to find things?
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Hokay.
Over the past week we’ve gone through OldRoads and improved navigation (hopefully) and made it consistent throughout the site.
We also dumped another 10k price records into the “Vintage and Used Bicycle and Parts Price Guide”.
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