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Old 11-29-12, 06:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Chombi View Post
I know that opposites attract, but.......Please tell the cinder block wall to stop kissing that very pretty and smooth looking Berthoud saddle.....Please.....

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Ahahaha, you have no idea how slowly I set that up against the wall, to avoid any semblance of scratching. That saddle is too glorious to treat that way.
(Too expensive too )
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Old 11-29-12, 06:16 PM
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Absolutely stunning...

Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
I'd like it better if it were in my garage, but it's a stunner.

Thanks guys
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Old 12-04-12, 12:09 PM
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Aegis, 90's?

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Here's one for the masses-

Picked this up today, haven't had any time to clean it up, I'm pretty sure I know what it is, but let's give C & V a little test.

















Aegis?
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Ok Robbie,

You got me checking this place a couple of time a day, usually I am not on the computer much. if you don't tell soon, I am going have to come over and hit you on the nose I still think its an Aegis. One of the guys on our club had one in the early 90s. It was heavy as heck but looked real cool.
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Old 12-06-12, 05:39 AM
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Oh jeez, sorry to keep you hanging guys, yes, it's an aegis. I thought that'd been covered already. I was presuming it was a Basso specifically, but I guess it could be any one of the brands that aegis made bikes for.





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Old 12-07-12, 01:46 AM
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OK. I can sleep now Sorry Robbie, What was I thinking
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Old 12-07-12, 06:12 AM
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I looked at three Aegis frames the other day, and made an offer on one, probably the late 90's, more recent than IthaDan's, but preceding the very aero most recent models.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
Aegis 1987
Actually I think trek always made these in house, the carbon treks that were made by aegis were the monocoque frames BEFORE the OCLV ones. These ones:





A member here, "ViperZ" has one in great shape: http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...it-amp-Upgrade

It's barely C&V, but I picked up another 'vintage' carbon frame last weekend as well:
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Old 01-01-13, 07:37 AM
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The 1972 Line Seeker's almost done!





Over the holidays, some major milestones completed with the wheelset, brakes, stem and handlebar.
I'll update the build thread to describe exactly how they went.

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Old 01-01-13, 07:53 AM
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If I was going to spend a few thou on a new carbon bike, I'd strongly consider an Appalachian-series R3, from these guys:
http://www.renovobikes.com
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Old 04-16-13, 02:37 PM
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I picked up my first carbon bike yesterday which also happens to be my "nicest" vintage bike to date. Full 7400 dura ace down to the pedals!!

Here it is as acquired with some wonky 3ttt/Scott aero bars:




the bars had to go, and my goodness was it disgusting underneath that bartape


















































so here she is as of today



ahhhhhh, now THAT'S more my style!
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Originally Posted by theblackbullet View Post

so here she is as of today



ahhhhhh, now THAT'S more my style!
Glad you got it! It's looking great!,.......... but for a second there, I thought that was "splash" patterned tape on the replacement bars. So glad that it wasn't! Whew!!
Curious, what will you end up doing with the goofy Scott tri bars??

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Old 04-16-13, 02:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Chombi View Post
Glad you got it! It's looking great!,.......... but for a second there, I thought that was "splash" patterned tape on the replacement bars. So glad that it wasn't! Whew!!
Curious, what will you end up doing with the goofy Scott tri bars??

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Haha, thanks! It's actually some forte logo tape I had laying around around. I'm actually pleased with how it looks on there.
Haven't really thought about it. I have no forseeable use for them. I may just clean them up and list them for sale hoping that someone needs them for a vintage tri build
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Old 04-16-13, 03:41 PM
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Great! Another 86 Alan Carbonio! Just more proof that these C&V CF bikes can last just as long as most all metal bikes!
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Old 04-18-13, 01:06 AM
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Woah, these full white Kestrels look good! Now I want one. Whats the approx price for one of them(maybe the 4000, or 200)?

Will post up my Centurion Carbon and Giant 980c when they are fully restored.
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Old 04-28-13, 05:38 AM
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this would be a gorgeous ride, but too rich for my blood!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/LOOK-REVOLUT...item3cd07111f5

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87 Kestral 4000

Latest update for my 87 Kestrel 4000! Updated the Delta brakes from 3 pivot to 5 pivot, Record C 1st generation engraved rear derailleur, front derailleur and 1st generation engraved polished cranks. Shifters are 6 speed Shimano's Dura Ace SIS levers!











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AH, each time I see the Kestrel 4000, the more I want it! If you dont mind asking, how much did yours cost?

Ill prob have to find one from America and get it sent over to Australia.
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I bought the 87 Kestrel 4000 last year for $900, but had to spend $200 to change over to clinchers. My current investment is $1200 with all the changes and the ride, handling and comfort is worth it! Thanks, Mike
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1993 Trek 8300 Composite (carbon main tubes, allow stays, steel fork).. "as found".. it's currently getting the drop bar treatment



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Current image of the Aegis/Basso/Trek... thing:



I know I wasn't asked specifically about my vintage carbon bike, but I just found a screenshot of the CL ad (notice the section of CL for a clue why it hadn't sold in four days or whatever it was before I got there) in a folder on my drive, and, well, I figured I'd share.



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Someone that I know has a pair of these old non-steel bikes.
A race and a montain bike of the same provenance.
The story behind is that they would have been made together at the Suntour factory.

I have difficulties to believe that they were more than assembled there.
This because the 2 frames appears to be each version of Sakae Liteage frames.
I have the pictures but they are not mine
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Here is my Giant CFR Team. Approximate vintage 1009 or 99. (I KNOW the pic is from the wrong side, but it is what I had.)
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87 Giant Cadex 980c running Shimano 105SC with 5600 STIs and 5500 RD on FFWD F4R wheels. Weighs in at 9.25kg

Giant Cadex 980c by Quang.Vuong, on Flickr

89 Centurion Carbon-R running full Shimano 600 on Fulcrum 5 wheels. Weighs in at 9.7kg

Centurion Carbon-R by Quang.Vuong, on Flickr

Next up will be a Kestrel 4000 at the end of the year. All because of seeing Gioscinelli's one.

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