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Old 12-13-14, 10:00 AM
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iab, I have a updated avatar for you. I don't know, I saw it and it reminded me of yours.

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Originally Posted by Highgear
iab, I have a updated avatar for you. I don't know, I saw it and it reminded me of yours.
That's a cool illustration. Mine is from a publication called "Guerin Sportivo" dated 25.04.39, just prior to the Giro d'Italia. Below are all the contenders, lieutenants and sprinters from the Giro that year. I took the Cino Cinelli for my avatar.


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Campy AND campy!
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Very nice Della Santa frameset - 58.5 cm tt

Della Santa Road Bike Frame 60cm



Della Santa Road Bike Frame 60cm - $500 (danville / san ramon)
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For sale is a 60cm Della Santa Frame and Fork. Includes: BB, HS.Stem and Bars as shown.

Frame measures: 60cm center to center with a 58.5cm top tube. 170mm head tube. Columbus SP tubing. 130 spacing. Typical nicks, no dents , no rust.

This is a high quality lugged frame from the master builder Roland Della Santa . Google him for more info on his frames.

$500

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Originally Posted by iab

Maybe Suntour dropouts?
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Master TG. Slightly high asking price of $355 but it doesn't say "firm". Too big for me, unfortunately.

Vintage Diamond Back Master TG 14 Speed Road Bike/Shimano 105 Comp.

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Originally Posted by rekmeyata
Maybe Suntour dropouts?
Yep...

To butted stays.
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1999 Specialized Allez M4 in San Diego - an absolute screamer deal. Seller is desperate to sell, to make a payment on a motorcycle he just bought.

Specialized Allez Road Bike

This bike is just slightly too big for me (I'm 5'8"). I spoke to the owner, and he's 6 feet tall. While I was on the phone with him he measured the standover height as 33". If it was between 30 and 32", I would already own this bike.
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Seems like a pretty good deal for this area, even though the bike needs TLC.

Vintage Gios Italian Racing Bike - Campy
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[h=2]Vintage Bertin (French) Road Bike - $600 (La Grange Park)[/h]





Beautiful Bertin road bike from the mid-seventies, the pinnacle of the French bicycle manufacturing. Perfect for the Francophile or ardent "Triplets of Belleville" fan on your Christmas list! Completely French made with the exception of the Brooks saddle.

- Super Vitus 971 tubing with lugged joints
- Huret derailleurs and shifters (many considered these the equal of Campagnola's Record derailleurs at this particular time)
- Milremo hubs and rims both front and back
- Panaracer "Tour Guard" tubulars, still in very good conditions
- Stronglight cranks (170mm) and chainrings (53-45). Tres handsome!
- Atom five-speed freewheel (14-16-18-20-22)
- Stronglight headset
- Mafac "Competition" centerpull brakes
- Original "tire savers" both front and back. Tres cool!
- Brooks saddle - probably a B17. This is the only substandard component on the bike ... stinking Brits! Needs extensive (i.e. factory) restoration, which I believe Brooks still offers ... brilliant Brits!

All the bearing assemblies have been recently overhauled. The bicycle is ready to ride - if that's what you intend to do with it. The photos show an old-school Zefal tire pump which I no longer have ... sorry.

Serious inquiries only. If you or the intended recipient don't know what any of the above is all about, this bicycle is probably not for you. Please text me at show contact info Thank you for looking.
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Ok,
Who got the Garmin Vector Steal of the day?
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A 1970s Raleigh Super Grand Prix frame for $30.

1970s Raleigh SUPER GRAND PRIX 21" Frame Set
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[h=2]Shimano Ultegra 6600 Group Set 10-Speed + Kinesis Carbon Fork - $399[/h]
















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SHIFTER - Shimano 6600 Ultegra

BRAKE LEVERS - Shimano 6600 Ultegra

BRAKES - Shimano 6600 Ultegra

CHAIN - Shimano 7801

CS - Shimano 6600 Ultegra

CRANK-SET - Shimano 6600 Ultegra

BB - Shimano 6600 Ultegra

BAR - Ritchey Pro

STEM - Ritchey

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Shimano Ultegra 6600 Group Set 10-Speed + Kinesis Carbon Fork
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If someone is looking for a very large mountain bike, this one might be of interest. Maruishi MT-18. Vintage Maruishi MT-18 Mt Bike in Mint condition
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Fuji Touring Series IV, 1980s, 25"
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Raleigh 55cm Road Bike
[h=2]Raleigh 55cm Road Bike - $300 (Medford)[/h]



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Awfully nice looking bike. Offhand I'd say the cantilevers have been replaced by more modern ones. Looks like a Brooks seat worth almost half the asking price.
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This bicycle looks absolutely amazingly new despite the age. It comes with all original parts, including even a rear carriage and fenders. Not a single spot of rust or wear. It will make happy a MAN as a Christmas gift. Firm on the price. Tires are like they never been on the road.

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Originally Posted by iab
Wouldn't it make more sense to mount it 180 degrees opposite of how it is mounted? Easier to install the roll.
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Its about efficiency. Do your job and get out. A quick release and drop out.......... eeeewww



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Originally Posted by CV-6
Wouldn't it make more sense to mount it 180 degrees opposite of how it is mounted? Easier to install the roll.
You're right. Might as well extend that idea to the wheels themselves - easier to install if the dropouts are dropins.
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Originally Posted by armstrong101
You're right. Might as well extend that idea to the wheels themselves - easier to install if the dropouts are dropins.
But if the skewer/nut came loose the weight of the rider would push the wheel out rather than ensuring it stays in place until a safe stop could be made.
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Originally Posted by iab

Am I getting the conversion right? For $223 that better come with a C-Rec hub and a lifetime supply of Charmin!
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