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Old 07-27-17, 09:56 PM
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Trying to ID this Peugeot

I'm trying to ID this Peugeot, I don't expect that it's valuable and I have no dreams of making money from it. It's just a project and I'm really curious what it is. I've poured over the catalogs at bike boom but haven't found a good match.

Here are some possibly relevant details:

10 speed
Crankset is Nervar
Pedals are Maillard CXC
Stem is ATAX
Frame is Peugeot 103 tubing
Brakes are Weinmann
Rims are Rigida Chromoly and appear to be stamped 79

123 stamped onto the bottom
Serial number appears to be Y902 44588
Forks are 1/2 chrome


Based on the rims, decals and general style, I think it dates from 79-85 but I just can't seem to find a match in the catalogs. Any help is appreciated.



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Old 07-27-17, 10:18 PM
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Looks to be a UO 9 but the ones I've seen had a cotterless crank. In any case, this is one of Peugeot's lower end bikes but it will make a heck of a nice rider. I've owned and ridden a few of them over the years. I'm currently fixing up a UE 8 as a commuter. They have plenty of room for nice volume tires and fenders so they make terrific commuters. if you can find some cheap alloy wheels second hand, the bike will be more responsive and you will get better braking.
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Old 07-27-17, 10:29 PM
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It may be a UO 9 - from the catalogs none of those have the Nervar but I can't find anything that does match in the catalog.
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The CXC aero style pedals looks out of place on the bike. They were standard on many mid 80's Peugeots, but that bike seems to either be from the late 70's to very early 80's era. Pedals likely a later add-on.
My 82 PH10S had the same stem shifters.
So bike is most likely a frankenbike built up partly with French components not standard to the frameset.
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The subject bicycle is a 1979 Peugeot U08 'Sport', with replacement pedals.
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