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Old 10-17-07, 02:25 PM
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Lets see your Peugeot

lets see everyones best peugeot pics. only riders with peugeots.



1987 tourmalet
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Old 10-17-07, 02:32 PM
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1984 (I think) PGN10



I never ride it because it's a good 4 cm too big and the rear wheel has just about given up the ghost.
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My wife's, -don't have a good current picture of mine.




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Sad pic of mine:



From the catalog:

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Old 10-17-07, 05:29 PM
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It'll look different by Friday I'm truing the wheels and putting on new black tape because I got hit by a van.
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Old 10-17-07, 07:51 PM
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1987 or so Orient Express. Made in Japan with Tange tubes.



1974 PX10LE.

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Old 10-17-07, 07:57 PM
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Until earlier this year I had a 1980 PKN-10 the same color as Ricky H.'s, but I gave it to my son because he wanted to try road biking and because it fits him well, but is 2 cm too tall for me. My younger son rode a 24" wheeled Orient Express for a few years, until someone stole it and left a Magna POS in its place.
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Old 10-17-07, 08:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Ricky H View Post

It'll look different by Friday I'm truing the wheels and putting on new black tape because I got hit by a van.
I hope you are all right...and that you are ok mentally, especially after what happened to your friend .

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Old 10-17-07, 08:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Lamplight View Post
1984 (I think) PGN10



I never ride it because it's a good 4 cm too big and the rear wheel has just about given up the ghost.
Too big eh? Looks just my size, where are you located?
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Old 10-18-07, 06:11 AM
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Too big eh? Looks just my size, where are you located?
Tennessee. I'm not sure I'd want to sell it though, as it was my first road bike. On the other hand, I literally never ride it anymore.
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Old 10-18-07, 08:57 AM
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Heres mine, I never ride it because its way to big and Im too cheap to buy the tools to overhaul the BB and I dont wanna damage it by riding with a dry/ out of adjustment BB. So now it just looks pretty sitting in the conder of my living room. i cant sell it because it was the first one I brought back to life (somewhat). Oh yea and the calbes are way to long, I used this bike to teach myself how to run cables and I left it long at first to make sure I didnt cut anything to short, 6 months later I still havent gotten around to trimming them up.

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I love that bike even though I get angry when I see it. The one that was stolen from me was going to end up very much like that one.

Do you have any of those skull stickers left? Where did you get them again?
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I love that bike even though I get angry when I see it. The one that was stolen from me was going to end up very much like that one.

Do you have any of those skull stickers left? Where did you get them again?

Stickers are here: http://onegearclothing.com/
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Originally Posted by East Hill View Post
I hope you are all right...and that you are ok mentally, especially after what happened to your friend .

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Yea I'm just fine, it only furthered my backing for helmets and made me thankful to have my books with me so I didn't break anything only a little swelling. But my bike was in even better shape than I just torn handle tape and a tiny I mean tiny need for truing but I figured while I'm at the tape why not make a party out of it.
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Mid 70s PX-10

Great bike!
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[QUOTE=tjspiel;5472118]My wife's, -don't have a good current picture of mine.



I love orange Peugeots and my daily ride is a 1962 that has been converted to a fixed gear... with the modifications the bike hits the curb at just under 23 pounds with her little rack.





I also have a 1955 PLX 10 Grande Tourisme... at some point the drop bars were replaced with risers and I have since found drop bars for my old French girl to bring her back to her original form.

She is an absolute joy to ride and you have to forgive me for the shoddy pics.



I love the Competition shifter up front...



I understand that too many, the JUY 543 is the holy grail of Simplex derailleurs and it does work beautifully.

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Mid 70s PX-10

That's one of the nicest PX-10's I've seen.
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I agree. That thing really, I mean REALLY stands out. Gorgeous!

Here's my favorite Peugeots. I have a couple more, but no pics of them really.

1986? PH10LE



Unknown year (maybe 84?) PGN10 Converted to 105 indexed. Rides beautifully



78 or 79 PX? Full 531, mafac competition, stronglight cranks and headset. haven't started the refurb yet.



83? P8, converted to single speed, and will be auctioned this weekend for charity.

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My pug in Aus

This is my commute bike going through a spring clean. Its an 89 Ventoux Reynolds 501 originaly with a Shimano 105 group, 14 speed. I have had to replace a few bits and pieces as time has gone by (ie wheels, bottom bracket, brake levers (not in the photo - a more recent replacement for worn out bushing) seat, headset. I an looking forward to celebrating its 20th birthday !
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I've never seen that paint scheme before. It's really odd, but I like it!! Very interesting.,,,,BD
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