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Old 11-05-21, 12:09 PM
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FS: 1985 Trek 620 Touring Bike 25.5

$600 plus shipping or pickup from Tucson, AZ
$575 plus shipping
$300 + shipping for the Frame, Fork, Headset and Seatpost.
SOLD!


So I bought my first ever Trek recently, a 24” 1984 520. Fell in love and also fell into a Trek tourer rabbit hole. Anyhow, I also picked up this 25.5” 620 recently and was REALLY hoping to make the fit work, I’m 6’1" with a bit longer torso than legs and the standover is just too dang tall for me.

The paint is just okay, with scrapes, scratches, and touch ups here and there, but nothing too dramatic. Inside tubes are completely rust free, like surprisingly super clean. I’m guessing previous owner treated it with rust proof or something. I also gave it a fresh coat of T9 while having it broken down. There are two of the mildest dings topside of the downtube, near the bottom bracket. They're pretty hard to see so I added a couple arrows in the pics. Again, super mild dings there. The frame is straight otherwise.

25.5” Frame / Reynolds 531CS / 1/29/1985 Production Date

63.5 Seat Tube
58.5 Top Tube
47.0 Chain Stays

91cm / 35.8" Standover (Top of Cable Guides) with 27” x 1 1/4 tires, same with 700c x 38 tires

- 3 Water Bottle Mounts
- Pump Peg
- Front & Rear Rack Mounts
- Chain Hanger
- Shift Lever Boses

Mostly factory spec'd components, with a few period correct changes (Sugino AT Crankset, Shimano Deerhead Derailleurs and the SR Touring Pedals). Also has a new Velo Orange sealed bearing Bottom Bracket. And at some point the wheelset must have been updated as it has a 7 speed Helicomatic cluster in the rear, 5 speed being factory spec, and the front hub is Shimano, possibly early 600? The wheels spin smooth and tru, but have not been serviced as I figured there's a 50/50 chance the new owner would do a wheel swap and/or convert to 700c. The bars are currently just wrapped with an old inner tube. Bartape is such a personal preference thing, I didn't wanna be wasteful and have it chucked by the new owner

- Stronlight A9 Headset (Serviced, Fresh Grease)
- SR Royal Stem (110)
- Belleri Handlebars
- Huret Ratchet Shifters (Similar to Suntour Power Shifters)
- Shimano Deore XT Deerhead Derailleurs (Superplate Rear)
- Shimano Deore XT MC70 Cantilever Brakes (New Pads)
- Shimano Slotted Non-Aero Brake Levers (Dia Compe Hoods)
- Sugino AT Crankset (175, 52/46/28)
- Velo Orange Sealed Bottom Bracket (127)
- SR SP-155 Touring Pedals
- San Marco Suede Touring Saddle
- Sugino SP-KC Seatpost
- 3x Matching Blackburn Water Cages
- Rear Wheel - Helicomatic Hub (7 speed) / 27" Matrix Titan T Rims
- Front Wheel - Shimano Hub / 27" Matrix Titan T Rims





Shimano Deore XT Deerhead with Superplate

Helicomatic Hub, 7 Speed Cluster

Shimano Deore XT BR-MC70 Cantilever Brakes

San Marco Suede Touring Saddle

Sugino AT Crankset (175, 52/46/28)

Huret Ratchet Shifters (Similar to Suntour Power Shifters)

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Old 11-05-21, 12:11 PM
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Stronglight A9 Headset

SR Royal Stem, Belleri Handlebars

Shimano Slotted Non-Aero Brake Levers (Dia Compe Hoods)

Shimano Deore XT BR-MC70 Cantilever Brakes

Matrix Titan T Rims

Shimano Front Hub

3x Matching Blackburn Water Cages

SR SP-155 Touring Pedals
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Old 11-05-21, 12:13 PM
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Two very mild dings topside of the downtube

Two very mild dings topside of the downtube






One of the bigger paint touch ups

Paint touch ups underside of top tube
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Old 11-05-21, 01:51 PM
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im watching with interest im a big fan of the Trek...
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Old 11-10-21, 11:21 AM
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Price Drop Bump
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Very pretty and very much out of my size range

GLWS and welcome to the Touring Trek Team (TTT)

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Old 11-11-21, 09:54 AM
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Nice.
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How about $325 + shipping for the Frame, Fork, Headset and Seatpost?
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That sounds like a great deal. If only I weren't trying to find a way to explain why I "need" the 2 frames I have in the queue to build up already.
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Drop to $300 + shipping for the Frame, Fork, Headset and Seatpost.
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Sold locally to a nice tall gentlemen who will put some good touring miles on it
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