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Beautiful '80 Batavus Professional Frame/Fork or whole bike.

Old 04-21-15, 09:09 AM
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Beautiful '80 Batavus Professional Frame/Fork or whole bike.

Beautiful Batavus Frame/Fork w/black Ritchey HS $295.95 plus shipping and payment fees.

I might be moving sooner than I thought so I need to downsize a bit and gather some cash, so I am bumping this

The frame is a 60, although I really need to triple check and measure the stand over it seem big standing over it. It is built from Columbus SP tubing and that really makes for a stable bike. The chrome is not perfect but in really good shape. The paint has some age spots but I think more from shop/garage wear than an actual crash. Full disclosure this frame was built with the funky shipmano round base shifter bosses.

I just double checked the frame and discounting the 'dip' in the lug it is 60cm C2T straight across the lug, TT is 57 C2C and with the underinflated x25 tires the stand over is 32.5" maybe I need to start taking more calcium

The frame, fork, Ritchey HS and 105 "Golden Arrow" shifters. $200 plus shipping paypal gift. I arrange delivery within 50 or so miles and Harrisburg Pa and maybe slightly further, even Philly.

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Complete bike only $595.95 plus shipping and payment fees.

I am also offering this as a complete bike. As stated above the frame is Columbus SP 60cm.

The components are; (mostly black) Stronglight "SpeedLight" crankset 172.5 39/53T spinning on a Omni Racer cartridge BB, Campagnolo Veloce, {years may vary** brake calipers, F&R derailleurs, R is a 10spd, Front is brazeon w/ a clamp adaptor, seatpost is a TCO 27.0, Velo Orange leather saddle, Tektro brake levers. bars are Nitto B115 46 and of course the stem is my trademark Kalloy 'hybrid' style. Wheels are basic shipmano 8+spd cassette, 7spd w/ spacer mounted, on Mavic CXP22 rims. The skewers are blue alloy but I do have the black shipmano ones if you prefer.

I am asking $500 plus shipping (I believe that is a loss since everything except the frame and stem was new 200 miles ago) As with the frame only I can deliver within a reasonable distance of Fort Wayne IN.

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Old 04-30-15, 06:10 AM
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I imagine this is a skinny tire only frame?
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Originally Posted by RobE30
I imagine this is a skinny tire only frame?
Yes it is pretty tight in the rear. It rides nice with those x23 tires that are on it.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
Yes it is pretty tight in the rear. It rides nice with those x23 tires that are on it.
I like tight rears!

Pretty frame, what's with the Shimano decal BG, I thought you're bedecked in Italian jewelry?
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I believe they came from the factory festooned with highend shipmano and hence the decal. The shifter bosses are those funky round base shipmano ones.

It is however currently dressed in "all Campagnolo" except crank, hubs, brake levers and HS but the frankenbike mishmatch build was the only reasonable way to do it all black.
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It does 28's fine with only a little force rquired to get a fully inflated rear tire in. There clearance for the brake bridge and fork crown is very small with 28mm tires.
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Hmm. 650b conversion....
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Originally Posted by RobE30
Hmm. 650b conversion....
The problem is going to be the chain stay distance at the bottom bracket. I don't think this will be a good conversion.
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Stunning bike...wish it were my size at 55 cm or so. Great price as well. This will go quick...one of the better deals I have seen on this site.
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No one wants to give this beautiful Dutch bike a loving home? Not even that fabulous SP frame?
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I'd throw it on ebay, your prices are great, us cv'ers are just too cheap. A couple of years back I listed two pristine bikes here for what I needed to get out of them, nobody bit, and ended up getting almost double on ebay.
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I'd love to snatch this one up but I'm 5'9" so it probably won't fit
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This is a steal.
The frame/fork alone is worth the entry fee.
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Nice frame. I'd grab it if it were larger.
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I'm going to try to interest a co-worker who has a Jones for a...get this... Bianchi...but maybe he'll change his mind. If that was MY size I sure would! Shipping to NorCal might be an issue, though. Would it?
Unfortunately my coworker circled the bait but can't bite: lack of funds.
Some other buyer will score and be glad he did!

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Bump I may be moving a few a months sooner than expected so I need some funds and maybe a bit of space.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
Bump I may be moving a few a months sooner than expected so I need some funds and maybe a bit of space.
I wish I could ride that frame, its amazing looking unfortunately 56cm is my limit . I have a 58 cm bike I rarely ride due to the size issue

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