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Old 04-13-21, 04:26 PM
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Peugeot Legend ?

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Old 04-13-21, 08:58 PM
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The LR01 looks alright to me. But 25 lbs. is a bit hefty... 750 euros

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It's cool that they've tipped their 'chapeaus' to classic styling. Nice.
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peugeot px 10

hv four peugeots with me.but not sure which models they r. namely a px 10 in white,px 50 in gold,px 50 in metallic red,competition in silver.
hope i could post the pictures for u to identify.
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ANother legend of Peugeot:

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IIRC Peugeot holds the top speed at LeMans...251mph
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These new models are nice and well equipped. This is the first I'm hearing of the name's revival. What relation is there to the original company?
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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
These new models are nice and well equipped. This is the first I'm hearing of the name's revival. What relation is there to the original company?
Same company.....sort of. Somewhere around 2000? Peugeot ended their licensing agreements. Licensing was renewed later in the decade 2011?, Distributed by Cycleurope. Following Peugeots licensing deals can be tricky but at the end of the day the Peugeot name are still owned by Peugeot and some of the bikes are sill made in the old Peugeot factory. Awhile back I was told by the Peugeot museum that Peugeot sold the factories to Cycleurope.

No U.S. distributor but in Canada they're distributed by Bianchi USA via Cycleurope USA.

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Originally Posted by cyclic_eric View Post
The LR01 looks alright to me. But 25 lbs. is a bit hefty... 750 euros

With the exception of the not-quite-horizontal top tube it looks pretty good. Lots of useful braze-ons, room for fenders, and the price seems not unreasonable.

But ... the largest size is 54 cms? Why?
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