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Old 04-20-19, 11:30 PM
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Peugeot 1000 Team line

Just found this thread, so the Peugeot from the recent haul is not a special edition giveaway, but pretty nice anyway! @prettyshady hasn't posted since 2013 (was in the south of France, shame!) But maybe @miamijim has some scans of the literature mentioned?
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Old 04-20-19, 11:34 PM
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It's really a re-badged ALAN Carbonio....
Which was unusual for Peugeot to have done so, as they had always been "joined at the hip" with Vitus/CLB (French).......which were ALAN's (Italian) direct competition.
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Originally Posted by MiloFrance View Post
Just found this thread, so the Peugeot from the recent haul is not a special edition giveaway, but pretty nice anyway! @prettyshady hasn't posted since 2013 (was in the south of France, shame!) But maybe @miamijim has some scans of the literature mentioned?
Greetings from New Zealand !
Would be very interested to see more pictures of this bike .
A shot of the underneath of bottom bracket would be neat .
I have similar frame that came to me with carrera decals .

It is very similar to Alan Carbonios ( waves to Chombie) but does have some differences .
It is almost as if they were trying to hide it ?
Did they sell the lugs to another co who assembled with carbon tube ?

Have also seen what i think is the same critter with Donnay decals (tennis ) and PRO 8000 decals.
Have a pic of one somewhere .

Anyhoo enough rambling ! More pics would be excellent !
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its incognito

Originally Posted by Chombi1 View Post
It's really a re-badged ALAN Carbonio....
Which was unusual for Peugeot to have done so, as they had always been "joined at the hip" with Vitus/CLB (French).......which were ALAN's (Italian) direct competition.
Hi Chombi ,

I have a similar frame . No Alan marking anywhere . Some of the lug work "appears" to be a little different to Carbonio I have seen .
All very mysterious . Below is very similar to mine and OP frame.



Not mine . net pic of Donnay pro 8000
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As I stated in the referenced thread, I have a 1994 Procycle (USA & Canada) listing for this model with Shimano 600 Ultergra. However, since then I've also seen a 1993 German catalogue listing the same frame with Shimano 105 SC. Notable is that the German catalogue states it's a Donnay carbon racing frame. Donnay was a Belgium company famous for tennis racquets and of course, by the 1990s, carbon fibre tennis racquets were commonplace. Other carbon fibre sporting products, such as bicycle frames, would be a logical diversification and the frames would appear to be Donnay manufacture., explaining the branding of 1simplexnut's bicycle. A Belgium country of origin decal would provide confirmation. Go to bikeboompeugeot to see the German catalogue.
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The subject Peugeot bike and the Donnay posted are definitely 2nd gen, post 1986 model, ALAN Carbonios. With just a very few detail differences from my 1986 Carbonio that is in the pic......
If there might be any mention of Donnay supplying Procycle/Peugeot with the frames, it could be that they acted like middlemen to sell the frames to Peugeot, as Donnay got them from ALAN.

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