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eBay / CraigsList finds - "Are you looking for one of these!?" Part II

Old 03-06-15, 09:04 AM
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No fork. That worries me.
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I like this one.....



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It probably won't be cheap. No canti brakes. Came with 700c wheels. 1982 only for this one. My size but I just got a '81 716.

Trek 728 Frame Set 60cm 24"

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Looks like a 1985 Raleigh Elkhorn (with a STX rear derailleur)

[h=2]Great Commuter Bike - $75 (Arlington, VA)[/h]Great Commuter Bike

Fully tuned. Stainless steel shifters. Tuned up. Great riding bike. Wintertime special price. Great components- high grade. Cantilever brakes. A GREAT bike.
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If someone is interested, I might be able to facilitate at the end of the month when I drive through.

Campagnolo Record components - $100 (Missoula)

Record brakes, spare brake pad holders, Record rear derailleur, 68mm bottom bracket spindle, 15mm wrench, quick releases for 130mm axels.
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Originally Posted by miamijim
I'm shocked this is still available...
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[h=2]Ritchey Road Logic hand built steel 60cm frame/fork/Chris King headset - $500 (SE Portland)[/h]






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Awesome Tom Ritchey built road Road Logic frame and fork with matching red Chris King headset. This is a truly classic steel frame by one the godfathers of American frame building.

Seat tube length, c-t-c: 60cm
Top tube length, c-t-c: 57cm
Head tube length, : b-t-t: 19cm

This bike is made of quality light-weight Ritchey Prestige steel, welded by Toyo and fillet brazed by Ritchey himself. Rides like a dream! Fits 28mm+ tires. In excellent condition with a few very minor chips in the paint.
If this were in the appropriate Vancouver (i.e. north of WA, not south), I'd take the trouble to make an offer.
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Originally Posted by mikemowbz
If this were in the appropriate Vancouver (i.e. north of WA, not south), I'd take the trouble to make an offer.
It's not that ​far Mike. And Amtrak stops right in Vancouver, WA.
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Originally Posted by Kactus
It's not that ​far Mike. And Amtrak stops right in Vancouver, WA.
I know, I know. But I've blown the bike fund already and gone n + 1 on a Cyclops roadie for the new year.

Heck, the posting here is in large part out of hope that someone will make a deal and remove just that temptation!

If it came to it, I could make a nice leisurely stop at Bailey's Taproom for my fill of Oregon and the whole region's best before packing back onto the Cascades line with a new (red) bike...
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Originally Posted by mikemowbz
If it came to it, I could make a nice leisurely stop at Bailey's Taproom for my fill of Oregon and the whole region's best before packing back onto the Cascades line with a new (red) bike...
Looks like you've been watching Canadian TV, with all those "Visit Portland" ads, ad nauseam. You know the ones I'm talking about? All that idiot hipster plaid shirt, rave club, microbrew, tat parlor, artisanal bakery yada yada yada? Geez guys give it a rest!

OK, it's Brooklyn West; we get it! Shaddap already!

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Nice looking Fuji, can`t tell if the fork is bent. Too Tall for me anyway. Fuji s12-s


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Originally Posted by Steve Whitlatch
Nice looking Fuji, can`t tell if the fork is bent. Too Tall for me anyway. Fuji s12-s

"Ready to ride everything work properly it's good for someone 5'10" or taller."

Only if you have all legs and no torso. That is a 67cm frame.
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Originally Posted by mikemowbz
If this were in the appropriate Vancouver (i.e. north of WA, not south), I'd take the trouble to make an offer.
That Ritchey is a fantastic riding frameset.

It even takes 700 x 28s.

If it fits, grab it.

Pronto.
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Originally Posted by oddjob2
"Ready to ride everything work properly it's good for someone 5'10" or taller."

Only if you have all legs and no torso. That is a 67cm frame.
Yeah, I guess he is hoping not to eliminate 95% of the market? LOL
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Originally Posted by leegf
I'm shocked this is still available...
+1. Shocked is the right word.
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Which is why I hate seeing "fits someone in the _____ height range" in CL or other used bike ads.

Give me a frame measurement or give me nothing, it's pretty much worth nothing when they say other stuff like this. Just garbage info.
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Originally Posted by Steve Whitlatch
Nice looking Fuji, can`t tell if the fork is bent. Too Tall for me anyway. Fuji s12-s


I would worry about that fork too, that seems to be excessive wheel flop for being on the kickstand. That would indicate a possible "Field fork re-raking to a higher-trail geometry."
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman
Looks like you've been watching Canadian TV, with all those "Visit Portland" ads, ad nauseam. You know the ones I'm talking about? All that idiot hipster plaid shirt, rave club, microbrew, tat parlor, artisanal bakery yada yada yada? Geez guys give it a rest!

OK, it's Brooklyn West; we get it! Shaddap already!

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Ha! I don't watch much TV except for the internet kind, sans the regular television ads...but I know exactly what you're talking about!

Versions of those ads are all over our bus shelters here in Vancouver, and plastered along the edges of the local daily newspaper's website, etc. The city of Portland is going all-out - I reckon they might figure we need an extra inducement with the 25% disparity in our respective currencies now.

That said, Bailey's Taproom in downtown Portland is a pretty fine place to grab a beer (and still plenty cheap due to the tax regime in OR). Pretty rad town...but tooting their own horn a bit much up here in the Lower Mainland, for sure.

Originally Posted by gomango
That Ritchey is a fantastic riding frameset.

It even takes 700 x 28s.

If it fits, grab it.

Pronto.
With this encouragement, it seems my plan to induce *someone else* into taking that Ritchey off the market is backfiring here...

Who'd have imagined?

That TT is a hair shorter than I might consider perfectly ideal.

But I do have a couple of nice Ritchey Force stems in 130 and 140mm, respectively.

190mm HT - certainly tall enough.
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Originally Posted by mikemowbz

With this encouragement, it seems my plan to induce *someone else* into taking that Ritchey off the market is backfiring here...who'd have imagined?
They are neat framesets for sure.

Great riders and I am fond of their looks as well.
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Originally Posted by gomango
They are neat framesets for sure.

Great riders and I am fond of their looks as well.
I've never ridden one of the Logic frame sets, but I hear only good things.

Very slick, yes. Truly 'classic' styling on these. Red is a bonus.

Maybe if the landlord will take an IOU for this month...
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Schwinn434 - 53cm. 12 Speed - very light
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