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Old 08-02-05, 09:38 PM
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A Tesch, a Cinelli SC, a VeloSchauf (even if it is a fixie...). This is a high-rolling crowd.
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I have a 1979-1980 Miele Road bike that I upgraded a little. It's made in Canada with Magny double butted tubes and it cost me 40$ CDN. I saw an identical one at a used bike shop the week after I bought it for 200$CDN.

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Full Shimano 105 Arabesque (except for brake levers)
Shimano 600 Levers (w/ Dia Compe hoods)
Ambrosio 19 Elite rims (w/ Shimano 600 Hubs
Specialized Touring II tires 700x25c (need replacing!)
SR Sakae Road Champion bars (w/ Profile Design Tape)
SR Laprade seat post (w/ Bontrager Race Lite Lux saddle)

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Planet Bike Compak 77 seat bag
Planet Bike MicroMite pump
Filzer Db4L Computer (soon to be upgraded to one with cadence)

As you can see, this bike is a mix of old and new parts but I use it every single day to go sport biking. I'll try to get some pictures up once the olc digi-cam starts working again.
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Hello!
I just found this forum after getting back into cycling after a long break. Here's a photo of my daily ride. With help from here, I've learned that it appears to be a 1970 Raleigh Record. I got it surplus at my college about 20 years ago and replaced most of it. The bent steel 27 " wheels became Weinmann Concaves (700c), the rear derailleur was replaced with a SunTour Le Pree, the front got a Campagnolo (model unknown), and the shift levers got replaced by SunTour Powershifts. I pitched the Brooks saddle ("Who'd ride that old thing?" I thought....) and replaced it with a cushy Trek saddle. I also added suicide bars to the brake levers on it. I stripped it and repainted it in the style of my then-roommate's Motobecane Super Mirage. The bits that I kept are the aforementioned Dia Compe brake levers, the weird Dia Compe cam-action brakes (anyone know anything about these?), the alloy Milremo stem and bars, and the alloy Tourney crankset. If this really is a 1970 Record, the PO must have installed these parts.....

This Spring, my wife road the Tour De Cure and has prompted me to join her on the MS150, so I got the Raleigh out of retirement and have been putting 100-150 miles/week on it. One thing I did do, now that I know better, is to put a Brooks saddle back on! ;-) Once I get one of my recent orphan bike finds going, this one is going to get stripped again and repainted the original bronze green and white colors.
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Old 08-06-05, 12:06 AM
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Just finished my latest build--a 1986 Vitus 979 in red. The group is predominantly Suntour Cyclone 7000--one I really loved back then, but I had to add a Mavic 630 "starfish" crankset--THAT was something I always wanted, and I'm terribly happy to have it. Wheels are Wolber aero with Shimano Sante hubs--will probably be rebuilding those hubs soon with Velocity Deep V rims in anodized red. There's some new stuff, of course, a bit of Specialized Bar Phat under the tape, an American Classic seatpost in that hard-to-find 25.0, a Specialized BG saddle in 155 (big butt), Kurt Kinetic Power Meter and computer, and some great red anodized Specialized eCages. Oh, I should mention that I didn't make this threadless, I'm just using an adapter and a Kore threadless stem (go ahead, let's hear someone say "flip it").

This is probably going to become more and more RED as time passes. I've mentioned the new rims, and I might replace the chainwheels with Stronglights in red, plus red jockey wheels, too. And no-one mention red ties for the computer sensors...I'm LOOKING. Anyway, I wanted to share my new ride, destined to be my "rain bike" as I start work on my 85 Serotta Nova Special build. I'm paring down the stables to two or three bikes, and I'll be selling off a good bunch of stuff as I build the two bikes I've always wanted.

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Old 08-06-05, 12:09 AM
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That's the only aluminum frame I ever coveted. Beauty!
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That's the only aluminum frame I ever coveted. Beauty!
me too ,very nice ride oopfoo
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Old 08-08-05, 12:51 PM
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Here are some pictures of my late father's all Campy Cera.

It was custom built by my uncle, Cees Raas, who ran a specialist race shop for 35 years until he retired 3 years ago. He is (not directly) related to famous Dutch racer Jan Raas. Cees Priem, another Dutch racer from the late 1970's and the early eighties, won a stage of the Giro d'Italia on a Cera.

I became interested in bicycles about 3 years ago and only last month did I realise that my uncle could tell me a lot about bicycle mechanics and maybe give me a tip or two. I stopped by for a chat and soon we were discussing bikes at great length. Then he showed me his workshop and I almost couldn't stop drooling!! All the tools you would ever need, including a frame building jig and paint booth! He sold almost all his stock (all Campy stuff, damn!)when he retired but kept his tools to maintain the bikes of his 50 and over riding buddies.

He built these steel lugged frames himself and used a file to carefully miter all the tubes, which he said was a much tighter fit than you would get milling a tube. Needless to say that they took a bit longer to make, but I think the finished poduct is beautiful.

When I left he said 'here's some old stuff I had lying around, son. Now you can finish that fixie project of yours'. The old stuff included two Campy BB's (one cartridge, one cup and cone) Campy crankset (modern road double), very stylish Stronglight needle bearing headset and lots, lots more.Man I just couldn't believe my luck! He even had some titanium Campy BB spindles and toeclips, but he said he'd keep those a little while longer.

The parts he gave me will be going towards a Peugeot fixie conversion I'm building as a tribute to my dad who died 4 monts ago, aged 59. Look for it in the gallery sometime soon.



Enjoy!
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Old 08-08-05, 01:22 PM
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Batavus. . .
nice username.
Cera, I've heard of
them but then I'm a bit unusual for an American.
I spend hours on Marktplaats searching for a Zieleman (I have one
in the netherlands, hopefully one day it will ship). My current favourite
ride is a Jan de Reus, and I just built up a 1975 RIH.
I'm also always looking for Joco, Jabo, Magneet.

Your Fathers bike is wonderful, Campy Victory gruppo?
It does honor him for you to care for it as you appear
to.
If I had an Uncle like yours I'd spend all my free time trying to
learn as much as I could from him. I'm sure he has some
wonderful stories. .
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Old 08-09-05, 01:28 AM
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Thank you for your kind words. However I can't take credit for looking after it, because ity hasn't needed mainenance yet. The pictures also do not show the paint scratches and the like, but it's still a nice bike.

I've been trying to change my username actually, because when I subscribed this was the only one I could come up with (my current ride).

Yes, marktplaats is great, isn't it. It's where I found my...Batavus for 20 euros! I frequently see RIH's go for under 100 euros and I think I 've seen a Magneet there as well.

Yes, i'm planning to interrogate my uncle even more about the secrtes of frame building, because I'm very interested in learning.

Thanks again and good luck hunting for old Dutchies. I'll keep an eye out for you!


Originally Posted by lotek
Batavus. . .
nice username.
Cera, I've heard of
them but then I'm a bit unusual for an American.
I spend hours on Marktplaats searching for a Zieleman (I have one
in the netherlands, hopefully one day it will ship). My current favourite
ride is a Jan de Reus, and I just built up a 1975 RIH.
I'm also always looking for Joco, Jabo, Magneet.

Your Fathers bike is wonderful, Campy Victory gruppo?
It does honor him for you to care for it as you appear
to.
If I had an Uncle like yours I'd spend all my free time trying to
learn as much as I could from him. I'm sure he has some
wonderful stories. .
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Old 08-11-05, 08:12 PM
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heres my recent purchase,81 gitane pro tt bike .tear drop shaped tubes and headtube.shes a beautiful bike.rear mounted front brake.just got it home today and am putting it together now. cant wait to take it for a cruise.
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Old 08-11-05, 08:19 PM
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Originally Posted by oopfoo
And no-one mention red ties for the computer sensors...I'm LOOKING.

--Michael
Try a Fry's Electronics (Outpost.com) or maybe Radio Shack. Anywhere that sells small electronics and electronic parts will probably have a very very wide range of colors for ties. Good luck.
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Originally Posted by lofter
heres my recent purchase,81 gitane pro tt bike .tear drop shaped tubes and headtube.shes a beautiful bike.rear mounted front brake.just got it home today and am putting it together now. cant wait to take it for a cruise.
thats f-in sweet. those brakes are unique, and how about the water bottle, very sassy.
thanks for sharing.
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Old 08-13-05, 07:33 AM
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My dad bought this bike used from his LBS in the mid 1980's. After a 14 year break it's back on the road.
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Old 08-13-05, 02:36 PM
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Originally Posted by peterbarson
thats f-in sweet. those brakes are unique, and how about the water bottle, very sassy.
thanks for sharing.
those r the ebay pics when i get my camera back wed ill get some more detailed pics up .i cant believe i finally got a tt bike like this one .ive got pics in mags and all but never seen one in person.now im looking for a cataloge that shows this bike in it . it was a very limited production im sure. my holy grail im chasing is a 84 tt bike like the renault team used at the tour .i know dreamin but ya never know
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Old 08-13-05, 10:35 PM
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Well I finally got all the bits and pieces on my Moto Grand Record so I thought I'd post a picture. I changed the wheels to 700s, with campy record hubs and Nisi black rims. Of course I had to change the brakes also so I went with Modolo side pulls. I love this bike.

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Old 08-14-05, 03:50 PM
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Here's a beater; it often get ridden on commutes in the rain and locked up outside, though not for long, for long lockups I have the UO8 fixie. It's 1984 Trek 560, found at a local thrift store for 35$, and then combined with some parts off a Panasonic DX5000 that was wayyyy too small for me. I wound up selling off the leftovers for more than I paid for the two bikes, so this one is free... only the Simplex retrofriction shifters are not off either the Panasonic or Trek. Shimano 600 Brakes, levers, and hubset, Araya rims, Suntour Cyclone mechs, Sakae crank, Cinelli bars and stem (obvious upgrade; were on the Trek when I found it). No Brooks saddle due to it's beater status, but if I find a cheapie this fall, I'll stick one on. Yep, it's a Frankenbike, I'm not terribly stuck on keeping things correct all the time... wait'll you guys see the abomination I'm cooking up around an old Gitane frame and various found parts... Don't worry, tho, the only thing going off the A/D Vent Noir will be the hideous Campy shifters and the Avocet seat, tho...
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Araya rims are steel, am I correct? And on a bad weather commuter?!? Oh well, nice looking beater.
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nah, they're alloy (or at least not steel, I'm no metalurgist). All the ones I've seen are... doesn't mean they didn't make steel ones, tho...
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Funny, the only Araya rims I've seen have been cheapy steels. Hmm...
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You don't get out enough.
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If everything works out accordingly, this mid 70's Bob Jackson will be my new sweet ride ... What do you all think, is it worth $750? It's in great shape, all campy components, and there's been a couple of non vintage updates (stem, bar, third chainring).

I'm still pretty new to the vintage bike world. Have to say that I immediately fell for these old lugged steel beauties over the ugly, EXTREME, modern 'wonder' materials. These bikes just have class!
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Originally Posted by mswantak
You don't get out enough.
I resemble that remark...
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Originally Posted by profkrispy
My dad bought this bike used from his LBS in the mid 1980's. After a 14 year break it's back on the road.
Nice Paramount, profkrispy! I wish my dad had something like that laying around
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Nice Vintage bikes, a lot of them sure bring back memories.

Here is my 1989 Trek 5000.... Let me know if it belongs here. It is 16 years old and I believe has some Classic signifcance in that it was a gateway that ushered in the modern Carbon framed bicycle. The bike was made for Trek by Graphite Technologies and was only made like this for 1 year, thus I also believe it is a rare model. It has Aero shaped tubes, internal cable runs and a sculpted seat tube. The bike came equipped with a full Dura Ace 7402, 8 speed group and the Trek branded Matrix ISO rims. I rode this bike for many miles before hanging it up in the garage rafters. It seemed mountain biking replaced road riding for me in the late 90s. The bike, as shown is very close to it's original form with exception to the Selia Italia Titanium Flite saddle, VP SPD pedals and Continental 20C tires. It had originally came with a Selia Italia Turbo Special saddle, Dura Ace/Look pedals and these very narrow Matrix 700x19C tires. I still have all the original items in excellent shape.












Those are photos of the bike just a month back. I have always struggled as to if I should keep the bike period original or update it to newer STI standards. There is a love of the down-tube shifters for me as they harken to a era of my youth and friction shifting. However I did want a modern bike and it seemed a shame to not build on what I already have for now, while researching the modern bicycle. So I gave in and have modernized the bike somewhat since the pictures above. I will keep all the old parts so I can revert the bike back to it's original state should the time arise. Click on my signature to see the updated bike.

I find I'm at an impasse now as I really want to build a new modern bicycle, however I have always wanted to build an Italian classic too. It seems we are at the point where most classic parts and frames are still reasonable in price, however as time progresses, prices may only elevate, as such, the sooner it's started, the better the prices and selections maybe?
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Anything pre-brifter is (generally) considered C and/or V around here. Gorgeous bike.
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