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Old 02-19-20, 09:33 PM
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Bridgestone RB-T 62cm frameset

SOLD...the FRAMESET, not the complete bike. I bought the bike complete made some changes and rode it for a bit, but am changing course and plan to reuse the kit and my upgrade parts on something else. Picture below shows it as bought. You'll get the frame/fork/headset and the 27.0 seatpost. $150 + shipping, but I'd rather not ship.

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Old 02-19-20, 10:24 PM
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Someone has expressed interest, so be patient.
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That'd be me.

I've had my eye out for a light-touring bike with cantis, 700c, and medium low-trail. Having read through the '92 Bridgestone catalogue, this looks like just the ticket, and just my size.
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I commuted on my ‘94 RB-T today. It’s a wonderful bike.
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too large for me. Can't make it work.
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New owner @jeirvine picked up the frameset a little while ago so both are off to a happy new life. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by thumpism View Post
New owner @jeirvine picked up the frameset a little while ago so both are off to a happy new life. Thanks!
New life has started here. Thanks again!
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