Nice Peugeot!, but that stem really sucks! I usually would feel bad about these bikes that owners would forcefully try and retain their drop bars by installing those ugly stems, instead of just getting proper mustache/upright bars, but in this case, I guess it will be good for the buyer to have the original drop bars and brake levers so the bike can be brought back to its original configuration.
BTW, I think those are Stronglight 104bis crnaks on the bike. A very nice period feature by Peugeot on many of their mid to upper level bikes that's a nice bonus on the bike. 200 bucks looks to be a good bargain if there is no rust, dents or bad scratches on the frame and the paint/decals are complete and in good condition
if you're in the market for a Black Light(e)ning ... maybe not the best deal, but appears to be good shape ...
Cannondale, Black Lightening, Racing Series - $425 (Haddonfield)
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Listing a famed patented design, Cannondale Black Lightening 3.0 Road Race Series. Cannondale 14 speed Alcoa aluminum frame, Black Bike, in excellent condition, no rust, no pitting, no cracks. Paint has a nice shiny finish, beautiful original decals with. 3.0 Road Race Series, Suntour Edge Accushift, Sugino pedal arms, Aluminum Alloy Fork, FX Sahae handlebar support, Cateye micro cc 6000 cyclometer, Rear view mirror, Kenda tires, Alex rims pa16 double wall, Bottle holder and under seat bag.
Bike is clean, comes with under seat bag everything works nice and tight, gears shift nicely, ready to ride!
- Location: Haddonfield
Um, that seems about $200 too much.
Put me back on my bike! -- Tom Simpson
This looks like a great deal for someone in Northern Georgia http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/bik/4240956376.html
A '90 or 91 Alfana Tange Prestige frame/fork with 105 SC (not sure if it was 7 or 8 though) and a workstand $135
Bianchis '87 Sport SX, '90 Proto, '90 Campione del Fausto Giamondi Specialisma Italiano Mundo, '91 Boarala 'cross, '93 Project 3, '86 Volpe, '97 Ti Megatube, , '90 something Vento 603,
Others but still loved,; '80 RIGI, '80 Batavus Professional, '87 Cornelo, '09 Motobecane SOLD, '?? Jane Doe (still on the drawing board), '90ish Haro Escape
PAIR OF VINTAGE RALEIGH SPORTS BICYCLES - $300 (UNION MILLS)
FOR SALE IS A PAIR OF VINTAGE RALEIGH SPORTS BICYCLES. BOTH ARE 3 SPEED AND HAVE SADDLE BAGS. THERE IS A MENS IN METALLIC BRONZE AND A WOMENS IN METALLIC GREEN. I AM NOT SURE ON THE YEAR BUT THEY DO BOTH HAVE ORIGINAL MARKINGS. BOTH BIKES ARE IN GOOD WORKING AND RIDING CONDITION. $300.00 CONTACT HEATH AT (828) 429-9596 OR (828) 286-9595. THANK YOU!
- Location: UNION MILLS
Fuji Dynamic 12 - 64cm frame Road Bike - $225 (Traveler's Rest, SC)
Amazingly preserved for last 36 years! Everythings been done (except maybe bearing grease).
Here's the '77 catalog page: http://classicfuji.com/1977_09_Dynamic12_Page.htm
This bike is in good vintage condition with come scrapes.
Features a leather Belt Saddle
New bar wraps
The size of this bike is 64cm measured from the middle of bottom bracket to the top of the seat tube
The stand over height is 35.5 inches
- Location: Traveler's Rest, SC
doesn't this have 531 main tubes? ...
Raliegh Super Course MK II Rare made in England Racing Touring A+ Gift - $70 (fair lawn radburn 201-693-1148)
Raleigh Super Course MK-11 Mens adult Racer style alloy very light. This was my Dads estate, Im not a bike guy, needs minor tlc, maybe tires' The bike is 100% complete, original brooks seat, rack....nothing missing. Truley vintage barn find.
Call ronnie 201-693-1148. This bike is a very rare barn find, first $70.00 cash gets it.
I can meet you at Pannera Bread in Radburn fair lawn at your request.
Here's another interesting bike from Chicago CL, a true track bike (undrilled brake bridge and fork crown). He's asking $200 for f/f/hs/bb. $500 built with 1st gen Dura-Ace crank, Suzue track hubs, etc.
^Classic 70's PX-10, with fancy lugs no less. Great looking bike, fit for a thorough restoration...
Put me back on my bike! -- Tom Simpson
For those interested in vintage mountain or mountain to CX conversion projects - Two nice Bridgestone MBs =>
VINTAGE BRIDGESTONE MB-1 RITCHEY LOGIC TUBING -NEW NEVER BUILT FRAME
A little pricy, but worth the money for an unbuilt frame, IMO. Note the biplanar fork.
Also - for those more interested in true rehab projects -
Bridgestone MB-4 frame tange chromo
Note that this particular frame is lugged. It was built by Bridgestone in Japan - a rarity for the Trailblazer line.
I wouldn't mind taking this for a spin...
Cinelli Speciale Course 62st/59tt early 60's Campy Record w/ Bivalent - $3900 (oakland downtown)
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Early 60's Cinelli with plenty of patina. The paint is Champagne with silver undercoat. The decals are good the paint is well worn and the chrome is fair. It looks good but well used. Has very rare Cimelli Bivalent wheels. 62 cm seat tube 59 cm top tube.
Wow that Bridgestone is tempting...thankfully, not my size.
RVA Cinelli. 900$:
This vintage Cinelli bicycle was owned by my late uncle. He grew up in Belgium and raced in the European circuit in the mid-late 70s. This was his personal bicycle that my aunt handed down to me a few years ago. I converted into a fixie (used as my good weather commuter bike in DC), but I still have the original Campagnolo gruppo (including quick-release axles), Mafac brakeset, Fiamme rims, Nitor seatpost & Brooks leather saddle (all come with the bike). I'm 6'1"tall, and the frame is a little small for me. Probably ideal for someone 5'8" - 5'11".
When I received this bike, it was in pretty rough shape because it had been stored in an outdoor shed for many years. The steel frame was deeply pitted with rust and the graphics were hardly recognizable. I took every piece of this bike apart and cleaned it myself. I stripped the steel frame and added several clear coats as kind of an homage to its materiality. For commuting purposes, I added some Tektro brakes, Alex Rims, pedals w/ leather straps, saddle, & Brooks handlebar tape. This bike has been well taken care of and runs very smooth.
The Campy gruppo alone is selling for $250-$600 on ebay.
Converted to fixie, but with all original parts included.
^^ completely disagree...it's not easy finding a 70s Cinelli SC, and that one looks like it has the eyelets. These are really fun, versatile bikes. Even in rough shape it's worth it barring major structural issues.