I don't think this guy knows what he has - a '84/'85 Miyata 1000. But somebody's currently willing to spend $0.99 on it so far. Local pickup only in Mentor, Ohio It looks like a perfect fit for me too
Oops, thanks for adding the link.
The 1000 has me staring, but all I can remember is running lower pressures on Vittoria 32's to enjoy it unloaded. The ride is not that forgiving without a load on it. I never rode mine loaded before selling it, but I imagine that's when the frame shines through.,,,,BD
Green is the new "CHEAP"
That's cheeky. No reserve on the eBay auction. Up to $16.50!Originally Posted by sonatageek
I have a feeling this might be a "Cinelli" because that's what's written on the stem. Still, it looks pretty cool for $300.
CINELLi RACING BIKE - $300 (new berlin)
^ Interesting frame and a nice set of parts. If it was close I'd check it out.
Re: "Cinelli racing bike. Kind of a Frankenbike with all those mismatched parts (I love the campy "detailer"). Like someone found a frame and threw on whatever they had laying around. Look at the relaxed geometry, multiple eyelets, the canti brakes - something is telling me "touring bike." I might pay $100 if the frame was in good shape.
Last edited by mountaindave; 07-11-14 at 12:45 PM.
Relisted at $500 starting bid he knows what he has now...
Mens 26" Miyata Road Touring Bike | eBay
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 SS, '?? Jane Doe (still on the drawing board), '90ish Haro Escape
I'll bet the guy who was winning with $16.50 was disappointed.Originally Posted by kc0yef
Re: the Klein - it is a sale for the Campy parts - free frame included. They must have upgraded from the original 8-speed Ultegra to 10-speed Daytona in 2000/2001 (or gotten them used even later). If the running gear and the frame is in good shape, that's not a bad a deal for a true Klein (not a Trek). I've seen few bikes with better quality paint jobs.
Re: Cinelli "cross bike" - that makes a lot more sense with the knobbies on there. I almost made a cross bike out of my dad's old Gitane TdF, but was lazy and eventually thought better of it. (She's going to be restored properly now.) Trust me, I'm a believer that it's the engine that gets you across the line, not the cost of the bike, but unless someone can prove it's a Cinelli or some other high quality frame, $300 is way outta line.
RITCHIE* MTB 19" with Shimano XT - $125 (Como Park, MN)
RITCHIE MTB 19" with Shimano XT
"19" Ritchie frame and fork with a Soft Ride stem for sale. The frame is CroMolly Ritchie Logic Super Tubing by Tange double butted steel. The components are Shimano XT. This has been used, but it is still a great package. Come take a look."
*Spelling something written on a down tube in big letters is hard.