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Old 03-24-19, 08:33 PM
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ISO: Sports touring frame/bike 60-63cm c-c, or: Salsa Casseroll

I've concluded my 60cm 1990 Miyata 1000LT really is too small for me--alas--and now I'm looking for something to replace it for rando riding this season.

If I could find a Salsa Casseroll in my size (~58cm tt), that'd be ideal. But those are tough to come by. Surly Pacer (60cm) also cool.

Otherwise, I'm looking for a frame (or bike) with high-end tubing, 60-63cm ST c-c with a ~58cm top tube. Definitely something with fender mounts. I'd love something that can fit 700x32c tires with fenders, but 28s with fenders could work too. Sport touring geometry a plus. I already have a touring bike, and I'd like this to feel quicker and lighter but still stable enough for long brevets.

Anyone have something that fits? I look forward to seeing what's out there.

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Old 03-25-19, 05:16 AM
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I have a 1975 Schwinn Voyageur II frameset I'd like to part with. It is spaced at 126+mm and IIRC I ran 32mm x 700c with fenders and racks. I believe I ran wither a 7 or 8 speed rear wheel. It is 61+cm C-C on the seat tube (almost 63mm C-T) and 58mm C-C on the top tube. It is Chromoly, was made by Panasonic, is fully chromed under chipped silver paint, with chrome lugs. PM me with your email address and I can send you pictures. It's a great candidate for a re-paint or PC and the price will reflect the patina.
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Old 03-25-19, 11:47 AM
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Interesting, and could be interested... but letís keep em coming!
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Old 03-25-19, 05:08 PM
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check out this one trek 720 60 cm......ask for more measurements 60 cm 1983 Trek 720 Frame set Needs LOVE
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I have a few in that size range. All are rough but cheap.
  • 74 Sekine SHS
  • 82 Trek 610
  • 91 Specialized Sirrus
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Hmm, thanks. The 610 is closest to what I'm looking for, but really looking for high-end tubing (i.e. full 531) or a newer frame. Willing to pay a little more for something special.
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Not mine. Looks like a TX500. Good price for what it is. Don't see the green ones too often.

https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/b...845115883.html
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Surly Pacer Frameset 62 cm
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Too big, what with those long Surly top tubes.
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I’ve got a Velo Orange Rando frameset in 59cm ctc. It is in perfect shape with nary a chip or scratch. Has front rack, possibly Tektro brakes and Gran Cru headset and bottom bracket.
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I have a Casseroll single that I believe is a 58cm tt. I'm not home right now, but i will measure if you're interested.


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Thanks all, but I think I found something!
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Eh, I take it back. The frame I bought was damaged, unfortunately, and is being returned.

Any other frames or bikes out there? Looking to spend up to $500 on the right frame, and proportionately more for a whole bike. Thanks!
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I have a garage queen Puch A-D Olympian 62cm c-c Reynolds 531 F/F. Not my size and I'm lusting after some of the parts on this thing......I'm about 60 miles SW of Chicago. I can post pics if this sounds interesting to you.
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Intrigued! Iíll PM.
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That Puch is pretty
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It is pretty... unfortunately we determined the TT is too long. So the quest continues!
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My Trek 600 series may fit the bill. 58cm c-t-c top tube, 62cm seat tube. Here's my CL ad for it, if you want a bit more ready info. Has one pair of eyelets each front and back, so racks/fenders is doable. Currently wearing 27"x30mm tires. I can part it out if you just want the frame/fork/misc. Paint is so-so, but not horrible. Happy to answer any specific questions not covered in my CL ad. I'm asking a lot less than $500. https://olympic.craigslist.org/bik/d...848880115.html

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Thanks. Google suggests 28s plus fenders might not even fit though. Any idea if that's true?
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Thanks. Google suggests 28s plus fenders might not even fit though. Any idea if that's true?
Note that @Lascauxcaveman says it is currently running 27Ē x 30 tires. Iíll bet that 700 x 28ís would be quite acceptable with fenders, with about 8-10mm radial clearance.
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Thanks. Google suggests 28s plus fenders might not even fit though. Any idea if that's true?
Good question. I borrowed a pair of 700x28 off my fixie and here's what it looks like;

Easy-peasy on the front clearance:



And a little tighter on the rear (brake bridge). I've fitted fenders in tighter spots, for sure, but if you need a lot of extra room to spare, this probably isn't the frame for you.


@Dfrost, whatchoo doing up so late tonight? I'm waiting for one last checkin. But man. I'm ready to hit the hay.
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