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    If you really, really want it - take your fingers...

    If you really, really want it - take your fingers and run them around the top tube starting at the head tube and moving back, also the down tube at the head tube and move back. Feel for crimping -...
  2. I remember the big stink back then about Russian...

    I remember the big stink back then about Russian 5/2 ti in bikes like this RVT:

    53 cm RVT ? Sellwood Cycle Repair
  3. Only one way to answer your question: Go out and...

    Only one way to answer your question: Go out and ride every folder in your price range, see what you think.

    Folders are super-idiosyncratic compared to rigid frame bikes. Features you might...
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    FWIW, Tiller Cycles in the UK have some...

    FWIW, Tiller Cycles in the UK have some reasonably priced options for cranksets, notably the Stronglight 40t and Alfine 39t. Shipping outside the UK might be pricey, however.

    Scroll down: ...
  5. Caution: Even though Giant is a humungo bike...

    Caution: Even though Giant is a humungo bike company, their proprietary parts and support for same are often quite lacking.

    I'm good friends at the LBS - a Giant dealer - and they tell me that...
  6. I find it fascinating that the seller calls this...

    I find it fascinating that the seller calls this "Terry style," as the small front wheel/large rear wheel combo was done by Nishiki, Miyata etc. long before Georgena Terry adopted it. Nothing...
  7. Thread: Trek 930

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    410937 I sold this near-mint 930 with lugged...

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    I sold this near-mint 930 with lugged TrueTemper OX and extras (rack, light, bar ends) for $175 a little while ago, after it sat for a few months at $195 with no takers.

    I put a new...
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    That's interesting, BC, as I just sold this red...

    That's interesting, BC, as I just sold this red Bottie last week for $145, mostly original, and about 90 mi. north of where you are...
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    Notice how in the folded position, that magnetic...

    Notice how in the folded position, that magnetic hinge comes awfully close to the ground while it's being rolled along. I can imagine that getting scraped up if you're not fastidious about holding...
  10. 410098 I like repurposing bags not originally...

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    I like repurposing bags not originally intended for a brommie. This is my soft case with brommie inside. It was originally designed for a piece of massage therapy equipment (body cushion).
  11. Chris, what about a soft case? I know it's...

    Chris, what about a soft case?

    I know it's counterintuitive to use a soft case for your brommie - the thinking being it won't survive the baggage handlers - but hard cases tend to get thrown...
  12. Maruishi is still around - now known as Jamis. ...

    Maruishi is still around - now known as Jamis. Very well respected marque, both past and present. I had a Maruishi Emporer and still remember the ride - smooth and buttery.

    I believe these had...
  13. Round tube aluminum Treks are nice rides. The...

    Round tube aluminum Treks are nice rides. The next series Alpha aluminum with the triangular downtubes, not so much. I agree that this 1400 is priced fairly.
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    I strongly advise not purchasing any bike without...

    I strongly advise not purchasing any bike without taking a loooong test ride first.

    It's more critical with a folding bike to verify not only that it fits you, but that the fold/unfold, features,...
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    I have an '08 Speed Pro TT in 4130 cromoly. I...

    I have an '08 Speed Pro TT in 4130 cromoly. I believe that was the last year for steel as they switched to aluminum after that. I have ridden the aluminum variant and found that I prefer the...
  16. If the tubing sticker is to be believed, my guess...

    If the tubing sticker is to be believed, my guess is a '91 model 7000. AFAIK, the only ATB model in that time span with Easton 6061-T6 tubing.
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    I used to sell a lot of stuff on ebay back in the...

    I used to sell a lot of stuff on ebay back in the 90's, mostly camera equipment, and then a few bike parts. I did sell bikes on ebay back then, but got screwed when a few bikes were damaged in...
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    True story: A few years ago, I went to an...

    True story:

    A few years ago, I went to an estate sale about 30 mi. from home. Sale was being run by a family member of the estate. There were supposed to be bikes but no mention of what they...
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    Upgrades can work against you sometimes because...

    Upgrades can work against you sometimes because people like the upgrades but don't want to pay the extra cash above the standard components. So instead of luring them, it scares them away.

    If it...
  20. I bought a R5000Si in '02 used for $2400 when...

    I bought a R5000Si in '02 used for $2400 when retail was $5K. Big mistake to buy this one without riding it first...easily the stiffest, most uncomfortable bike I've ever ridden, and I've had a few...
  21. Rough guess....in 1983, they were doing the...

    Rough guess....in 1983, they were doing the contrasting headtube and panel decals together. As to which model, more info needed, SN would help.
  22. Yeah, I'm looking at the 2000 catalog now. I...

    Yeah, I'm looking at the 2000 catalog now. I believe at some point - can't remember when - C-dale changed its terminology from compact to feminine, but it's the same idea, like what Trek did with...
  23. Question to OP: Is this a C-dale "feminine"...

    Question to OP: Is this a C-dale "feminine" bike? The 49cm size and 650c wheels are the same as mine, and mine was the "feminine" version altho not labeled as such anywhere on the frame. IMHO,...
  24. Just like yours, I had a 47cm blue R400 that I...

    Just like yours, I had a 47cm blue R400 that I bought new at a local store's 50% off sale back in the late 90's. Same Tiagra setup. Mine had 165mm cranks. Not my first C-dale, I've had a few.

    I...
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    Good catch on the 7410, guys, I stand corrected! ...

    Good catch on the 7410, guys, I stand corrected!

    Anyone know - were these frames made by Litespeed for Basso?
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