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Old 03-13-17, 02:02 PM
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Well the handlebar situation is unfortunate and it's probably overpriced, but this bike intrigues me. There's one I see occasionally locked up downtown where I live. The bar-end shifters, three bottle cage mounts, and the 90s-tastic splatter paint job make me think this would be a good candidate for a bomb-proof commuter/cheap bikepacking rig. I assume it probably weighs a ton but it could be a fun project for the right price. Which this isn't it, even if the post wasn't already deleted and it wasn't 500 miles away.

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Can still feel the road. Must add MORE PIPE INSULATION.

Nishiki Katmandu - $200 (South St. Paul, MN)

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Old 03-13-17, 07:55 PM
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You missed a spot. Oh yeah, all-blue rattle-canned Trek+ East Palo Alto=most likely stolen

Trek Mountain Bike - $45 (east palo alto)

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Old 03-13-17, 11:33 PM
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Return Of The Bike Prison

Vintage Bicycles and parts, Prewar JC Higgins, Western Flyer, pilot, Shelby - $1 (Lincolnton)



Apparently, if you are a "good bike", they let you inside...



"We have a lot of bikes for sale and parts.
Prewar Bikes
Schwinn
Shelby
Western Flyer
Pilot
Rollfast
Columbia
Stingray
BMX bikes

Call 828 430 0333"

https://charlotte.craigslist.org/bik/6043110577.html

(I realize I've posted this previously, but the sheer enormity of their inventory continues to awe me. If society crumbles and fuel is unavailable, they have cornered the market on crappy transportation?)
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Old 03-14-17, 01:08 AM
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Originally Posted by machinist42
Vintage Bicycles and parts, Prewar JC Higgins, Western Flyer, pilot, Shelby - $1 (Lincolnton)

Apparently, if you are a "good bike", they let you inside...

"We have a lot of bikes for sale and parts.
Prewar Bikes
Schwinn
Shelby
Western Flyer
Pilot
Rollfast
Columbia
Stingray
BMX bikes

Call 828 430 0333"

https://charlotte.craigslist.org/bik/6043110577.html

(I realize I've posted this previously, but the sheer enormity of their inventory continues to awe me. If society crumbles and fuel is unavailable, they have cornered the market on crappy transportation?)
Any idea if they're chroming, painting, and restoring bikes?
Or just throwing the rusty hulks out to pasture?

It would be pretty cool if they had a shop to convert what is outside to what is inside.
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Old 03-14-17, 07:26 AM
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Everyone "restores" a Bianchi to "hunter green", right? Who will let the poor soul know that his rear derailleur is not C-Record.

https://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/bik/6013695147.html



Completely restored bianchi professional from 1984

The frame has been painted in a matte dark hunter green
( polyurethane enamel auto paint overcoat )


140mm pearl 10 ( gold )
Titanium rails San Marco Rolls ( gold )
Cinelli vai seat post ( gold )
Super record campagnolo headset ( mint )
Cinelli Super Corsa Columbus steel fork ( chromed and mint )
Gran sport Triple-Arm crankset
Racing pedals (hti) with cages and straps
Wienmann 700c rimset ( gold )
DT swiss silver spokes
1968 campagnolo super record pista front hub
Campagnolo c- record 8 speed rear hub
Campagnolo c- record rear derailleur
Super record front derailleur
Gold 8 speed chain
Modolo speedy brakeset ( gold )
Modolo sport levers with black hoods
Deda elemanti black leather wrap
1940's roll fast semi flat cruiser style bars ( super rare )
Gatorskin 32mm tires
Continental 80mm presta valve inner tubes
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Old 03-14-17, 10:25 AM
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It's an Alien, huh?

Awesome Nishiki Alien Bike! - $200 (Eugene, OR)

https://eugene.craigslist.org/bik/6017912395.html





In Awesome Original Condition!
Nishiki Alien Bike - just had it tuned up and lubed and is in excellent condition.
All original from the factory.
Cunningham frame.
Very low miles on it.
$200
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Old 03-14-17, 12:54 PM
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Originally Posted by CliffordK
Any idea if they're chroming, painting, and restoring bikes?
Or just throwing the rusty hulks out to pasture?

It would be pretty cool if they had a shop to convert what is outside to what is inside.
I haven't a clue. they are a couple hundred miles distant, and I haven't been out that way since they starting posting pictures of their bicycle containment facility. I have been hoping a member nearer might enlighten, but alas...

I will report when I venture their way, as they must run across some bikes which may be of more interest to me in the filling of their corral?
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Old 03-14-17, 05:17 PM
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Angry cyclist hater

Wacky world is right because this guy (or gal) is wacko. A lot of anger here. I've never seen it expressed in Craigslist before though. I wonder if the $666 is significant. Probably thinks we're the devil in lycra.

https://fayar.craigslist.org/bik/6043716604.html
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Old 03-14-17, 05:29 PM
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Old 03-14-17, 07:41 PM
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Originally Posted by GregU
Everyone "restores" a Bianchi to "hunter green", right? Who will let the poor soul know that his rear derailleur is not C-Record.

https://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/bik/6013695147.html



Completely restored bianchi professional from 1984

The frame has been painted in a matte dark hunter green
( polyurethane enamel auto paint overcoat )


140mm pearl 10 ( gold )
Titanium rails San Marco Rolls ( gold )
Cinelli vai seat post ( gold )
Super record campagnolo headset ( mint )
Cinelli Super Corsa Columbus steel fork ( chromed and mint )
Gran sport Triple-Arm crankset
Racing pedals (hti) with cages and straps
Wienmann 700c rimset ( gold )
DT swiss silver spokes
1968 campagnolo super record pista front hub
Campagnolo c- record 8 speed rear hub
Campagnolo c- record rear derailleur
Super record front derailleur
Gold 8 speed chain
Modolo speedy brakeset ( gold )
Modolo sport levers with black hoods
Deda elemanti black leather wrap
1940's roll fast semi flat cruiser style bars ( super rare )
Gatorskin 32mm tires
Continental 80mm presta valve inner tubes
There was an auto show a while back called Pimp my ride...maybe they did bikes too.
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Old 03-14-17, 07:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Bike Rebel
Wacky world is right because this guy (or gal) is wacko. A lot of anger here. I've never seen it expressed in Craigslist before though. I wonder if the $666 is significant. Probably thinks we're the devil in lycra.

https://fayar.craigslist.org/bik/6043716604.html
Maybe Herman Cain and the numbers were flipped. Not trying to be political......JAT
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Old 03-14-17, 08:47 PM
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1

There was an auto show a while back called Pimp my ride...maybe they did bikes too.
LOL. Maybe!

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Old 03-14-17, 10:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Bike Rebel
Wacky world is right because this guy (or gal) is wacko. A lot of anger here. I've never seen it expressed in Craigslist before though. I wonder if the $666 is significant. Probably thinks we're the devil in lycra.

https://fayar.craigslist.org/bik/6043716604.html
I have a question: All these trails he mentions that cost millions, what if they're not where a guy wants to ride? I mean, what if you want to ride here and nearest trail that cost millions is waaaay over there?
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Old 03-14-17, 10:51 PM
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1
Originally Posted by GregU
Everyone "restores" a Bianchi to "hunter green", right? Who will let the poor soul know that his rear derailleur is not C-Record.

https://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/bik/6013695147.html



Completely restored bianchi professional from 1984

The frame has been painted in a matte dark hunter green
( polyurethane enamel auto paint overcoat )


140mm pearl 10 ( gold )
Titanium rails San Marco Rolls ( gold )
Cinelli vai seat post ( gold )
Super record campagnolo headset ( mint )
Cinelli Super Corsa Columbus steel fork ( chromed and mint )
Gran sport Triple-Arm crankset
Racing pedals (hti) with cages and straps
Wienmann 700c rimset ( gold )
DT swiss silver spokes
1968 campagnolo super record pista front hub
Campagnolo c- record 8 speed rear hub
Campagnolo c- record rear derailleur
Super record front derailleur
Gold 8 speed chain
Modolo speedy brakeset ( gold )
Modolo sport levers with black hoods
Deda elemanti black leather wrap
1940's roll fast semi flat cruiser style bars ( super rare )
Gatorskin 32mm tires
Continental 80mm presta valve inner tubes
There was an auto show a while back called Pimp my ride...maybe they did bikes too.
Someone "John Deere'd" a Bianchi...eww lol.

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Old 03-14-17, 11:28 PM
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What Could Go Wrong?

Mountain Bikes - $80 (Rustburg)

(No Photos)

"Two Huffy red 26" mountain Bikes in great shape. Trail ready bicycles, this price is for both bikes"

https://lynchburg.craigslist.org/bik/6044580924.html

"Never play cards with a man called Doc. Never eat at a place called Mom's. Never sleep with a woman whose troubles are worse than your own." Nelson Algren

Might I suggest appending: "Never buy "red" MTBs in a place called "Rustburg""?

(Especially when listed on the "Lynchburg" CL.)

Walk on the wild side if you want, but do not ride through Rustburg; who knows what your bike might catch?
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Old 03-15-17, 12:07 AM
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[QUOTE=xiaoman1;19442067]
Originally Posted by GregU
Everyone "restores" a Bianchi to "hunter green", right? Who will let the poor soul know that his rear derailleur is not C-Record.

https://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/bik/6013695147.html
It is easy to spend a fortune building one's dream bike.

It is hard to convince anybody else to pay it.

I'm planning on putting a SR Titanium BB into a future bike build, but know that nobody will ever see it.

Perhaps he could sell the bike to a basketball player here in Oregon, home of the Ducks!!!
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Old 03-15-17, 12:12 AM
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Style Is Everything?

Burley Hudson Touring Bike / 56 cm - $800 (North Raleigh)



"This is a Burley Touring bike, it's about 98% complete, all it needs is some bar tape and a good tuning and adjustment.

Very high quality frame, various expensive parts. Excellent touring wheelset (DT Swiss.)"

https://raleigh.craigslist.org/bik/6043923343.html

(I always tour fully loaded on F&R radially spoked wheels... Of course I also clean my firearms fully loaded... Being fully loaded does have an upside; washes away worry?)
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Old 03-15-17, 12:18 AM
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Originally Posted by thumpism
I have a question: All these trails he mentions that cost millions, what if they're not where a guy wants to ride? I mean, what if you want to ride here and nearest trail that cost millions is waaaay over there?
Precisely.

I do use the bike paths and MUPS (although some riders dislike that they aren't fast enough).

But for some reason the local government hasn't gotten around to put a bike path past either my house or Mom's house, or even road shoulders for that matter. And I use the bike for my primary transportation.

And I did hit a couple of bike paths on my recent ride to Crater Lake, but they also came up about 150 miles short

I don't think I've ever had a car following me for more than 30 seconds. Yet, I'm regularly sitting at traffic lights, designed primarily for vehicle traffic.

And, can you imagine, my attempts to get KOM on one of the local STRAVA segments has been regularly thwarted by cars getting in the way. I just can't keep above 25 MPH with all those cars on the road
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"I'm Ready For My Close-Up..."

28" Peugeot - $15000 (Greenville)





"Nice Peugeot 28" road bike ready to ride 150.00 questions contact tim"

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(Is "tim" a wizard by any chance?)
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Old 03-15-17, 01:13 AM
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Originally Posted by machinist42
Burley Hudson Touring Bike / 56 cm - $800 (North Raleigh)

"This is a Burley Touring bike, it's about 98% complete, all it needs is some bar tape and a good tuning and adjustment.

Very high quality frame, various expensive parts. Excellent touring wheelset (DT Swiss.)"

https://raleigh.craigslist.org/bik/6043923343.html

(I always tour fully loaded on F&R radially spoked wheels... Of course I also clean my firearms fully loaded... Being fully loaded does have an upside; washes away worry?)
Burly was a local Eugene Oregon company, before they sold out overseas. It is always nice to see their bikes pop up.

I think the wheels are radial front, radial NDS, crossed DS, It should be ok, although perhaps not "standard". Perhaps carry a few extra spokes.
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Originally Posted by CliffordK
Burly was a local Eugene Oregon company, before they sold out overseas. It is always nice to see their bikes pop up.

I think the wheels are radial front, radial NDS, crossed DS, It should be ok, although perhaps not "standard". Perhaps carry a few extra spokes.
Meant no disrespect to the bike or builders. I was conflicted whether to post it in "...looking for one of these" or "Wacky", but wanted to post it somewhere as I felt it deserved to be seen; it's a lovely bicycle.

Chose to post in "Wacky..." to perhaps amuse with the "fully loaded" wordplay.

I have two sets of wheels for my Odyssey, one for bombing around town, and one bombproof set for venturing far afield.

Would you happen to know the tubeset used on the Burly? (I'm too tired and lazy to research it myself at the moment, and the CL post was light on detail.)
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Buyer b wear - $1 (Charlotte)

"Hi mike here
I myself and a few others in the area find bikes for new and experienced riders
I came across a great cycle
But the seller did not no me
Thing like dents that only appear to look like scratches can compromise the integrity of the bike we all need to look at this bicycles in detail make sure that they have never been falling over cracked or compromised in anyway it'll only make a rider at risk please check the product your value can be at risk when reselling or even given it to somebody"

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Buyer b wear - $1 (Charlotte)

"Hi mike here
I myself and a few others in the area find bikes for new and experienced riders
I came across a great cycle
But the seller did not no me
Thing like dents that only appear to look like scratches can compromise the integrity of the bike we all need to look at this bicycles in detail make sure that they have never been falling over cracked or compromised in anyway it'll only make a rider at risk please check the product your value can be at risk when reselling or even given it to somebody"
No Mike, I don't "no" (sic) you either nor do I "no" (sic) what the hell you are trying to say. Does anyone? Perhaps an occasional punctuation mark would make your statement more understandable.
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[QUOTE=CliffordK;19442472]
Originally Posted by xiaoman1
It is easy to spend a fortune building one's dream bike.

It is hard to convince anybody else to pay it.

I'm planning on putting a SR Titanium BB into a future bike build, but know that nobody will ever see it.

Perhaps he could sell the bike to a basketball player here in Oregon, home of the Ducks!!!
That build looks less of a "dream build" and more of a "whatever crap I have laying around and anything that's gold" build.

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