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Old 01-12-18, 01:26 PM   #101
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Is "Pro" a model or a series? I had thought the 753 Technium was called the "Team" and the "Pro" was a model with aluminum top lugs and main tubes.
Yes, I typed in Pro where I meant Team. Then I realized my goof and fixed it a couple minutes later.

I'm not the expert, but the only ones designated 'Pro' that I've seen are the ones like rodteague and I have, early 90's aluminum main tubed bikes. There were an awful to of variations under the Technium brand, and an awful to of labels.

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Hello, I just purchased a Raleigh, USA Technium Olympian aluminum road bicycle. I was just wondering how I'm supposed to know the year it was manufatured by looking at it; as it is, I can't even find a serial number on it. ...
If you haven't figured it out yet, the guide for sussing out the Technium serial numbers is now on the very first post on this thread. Serial number will be on the bottom bracket.
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Old 01-12-18, 03:07 PM   #102
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Any of your Technia have the Araya CT-19 wheelset ?
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Old 01-12-18, 07:00 PM   #103
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I've had two Techniums comes through my garage. The first was an '86 (?) 460 (?) that I picked up for just $25. Maybe my best bike deal:



Lovely, flexy ride. It "planes" maybe the best of any bike I've had. The three main tubes were aluminum, everything else was steel.

I tried a 650B conversion on it:



but the brakes were dangerously bad in the wet. Great riding bike, but I sold it to a friend for some reason.

Later I picked up an Peak mtb frame off ebay. I had hoped this would give me the lively ride of the road bike but with room for fatter tires, but the ride of the Peak is quite ordinary. Just OK. I still have it. I kept the wrong Technium!



This guys has an aluminum front (including the head tube and lugs) with a steel rear.
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technium 480

Got my technium 480 at a flee market and the sign said for sale yard art 2 identical raleigh technium 480's i bought one for 20 bucks and ccame back next day for the other one and it was gone
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Any of your Technia have the Araya CT-19 wheelset ?
My front rim has the original Araya w/ suntour hub; the rear is not original and was a Maillard freewheel hub w/ Rigida rim.

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