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Peugeot Tourmalet

Old 03-20-19, 07:46 AM
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Peugeot Tourmalet

Hi Guys,

I came across with this ad, the seller is asking for 200 Euros.

Do you think it is worth it ?

Please share your thoughts with me.



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Old 03-20-19, 11:19 AM
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Maybe 150 Euros? It needs tires/tubes, new tape, bar plugs, bottle cage repair or replacement and you will need to do or have done a complete, clean and lube. You might as well replace the rubber rim tap with Velox cloth reinforced rim tape as well. The Peugeot CAD internal brazed frame I had was a very nice ride.
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IIRC member @non-fixie has a Tourmalet.

Do not recall year, think it somewhat earlier.

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Old 03-22-19, 02:00 PM
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Looks to be internally brazed. Would the frame tubing be Reynolds 501?
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Peugeot, typically, used 1 mm thick, plain gauge cro-mo on their basic DBS internally brazed frames. Some Euro spec bikes used 531 or 501, I think, and Canadian built NA frames were also made with True Temper OX II and DBS.
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Originally Posted by juvela View Post
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IIRC member @non-fixie has a Tourmalet.

Do not recall year, think it somewhat earlier.

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The bike you're probably referring to is this "Cycles Tourmalet" which seems to be a re-branded Peugeot of sorts from the sixties. I do also have an Optima 14 from the same era of the OP's bike. This one has a Reynolds 525 decal.
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Originally Posted by non-fixie View Post
The bike you're probably referring to is this "Cycles Tourmalet" which seems to be a re-branded Peugeot of sorts from the sixties. I do also have an Optima 14 from the same era of the OP's bike. This one has a Reynolds 525 decal.
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Old 03-23-19, 02:55 PM
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By coincidence, one popped up for sale locally by me today. Supposedly a 1992 bright orange one. Seller is asking $350. Not sure of the value on these though. I found an old post about them with a now working link to a German catalog entry for them. Looks to be about a 25 lb bike so I would not expect anything fancy for the tubing. The were also talks in one post about the brakes that came with them being really bad and and flexy.
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