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Old 06-16-15, 11:32 AM
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Originally Posted by sloar
i have this on ebay also, but I'd love for a forum member to own it.
Too small for me, and I have plenty of other bikes/projects in need of my attention. To my eyes that looks smaller than 59cm ctc. Can I assume it's ctt?
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Originally Posted by gomango
Mrs. Gomango would look great on that bike.
I think you're biased.
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
I think you're biased.
He might be, however, perhaps Mrs Gomango totally rocks the fuchsia kit. I will now stop flirting with someone I've never met...
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
He might be, however, perhaps Mrs Gomango totally rocks the fuchsia kit. I will now stop flirting with someone I've never met...
I am a lucky guy, no doubt.

In addition, I am the walking definition of marrying up.
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As long as I am outing bikes with a pink theme, there is this Zunow on Chicago CL. Been there a couple months that I've noticed.

Zunow Hummingbird Road Bike

This is much closer to my size, but is still a bit shy at 60cm ctt. If it was a cm or so larger, I think it would already have taken up residence in my basement lair:

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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Too small for me, and I have plenty of other bikes/projects in need of my attention. To my eyes that looks smaller than 59cm ctc. Can I assume it's ctt?
I just double checked. Seattube c-t 59cm toptube c-c 57cm
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Somebody needs to buy this one before I forget it is too small for me and I have no discretionary

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It's in the Charlotte NC/Rock Hill SC area, and it looks to me like a European market Tour de France.
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Yet another frame pops up. Apparently NOS Zeus cromovelato:

New Zeus Cromovelato 61 Frame Fork Reynolds Steel Campagnolo Super Record Bits | eBay



My size. Must resist...
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Yet another frame pops up. Apparently NOS Zeus cromovelato:

New Zeus Cromovelato 61 Frame Fork Reynolds Steel Campagnolo Super Record Bits | eBay



My size. Must resist...
That is some serious bike porn/eye candy. Fortunately for me, it's significantly bigger than anything I could ride. Hmmm..... It would look great hung on the wall, though....
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Yet another frame pops up. Apparently NOS Zeus cromovelato:

New Zeus Cromovelato 61 Frame Fork Reynolds Steel Campagnolo Super Record Bits | eBay



My size. Must resist...
That's a cool looking bike, I don't ever recall seeing that kind of chrome effect, stunning. I think you should stop resisting, not too many of those in this land of ours.
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
I'm local to this bike and have been following it. Seller started at @ $250 and then raised the price several times after expressing interest. Not sure, but to my eye could the front fork be bent in a bit? On the plus side (if memory serves) it does have the correct deraileurs.

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Originally Posted by Tbone5
I'm local to this bike and have been following it. Seller started at $250 and then raised the price several times after expressing interest. Not sure, but to my eye could the front fork be bent in a bit? On the plus side (if memory serves) it does have the correct deraileurs.
Yes. It's bent.
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In the minority I admit. If Elvis were around today, he'd be riding it. Just look at it! The gold and tailfin

56cm Trek Y-Foil 77 Full Carbon Road Bike, Campy Chorus, Cult Classic!

56cm Trek Y-Foil 77 Full Carbon Road Bike, Campy Chorus, Cult Classic! - $1250 (State Fair Park) < >











56cm 1998 Trek Y-Foil 77 full carbon racing bike in gold/Campy attire. Carbon type is OCLV 120 (Optimum Compaction/Low Void) for both frame and fork. Unusual cable routing on nondriveside.

Only two years in production (+'99), the Trek Y-Foil 77 was a bike way ahead of its time. All nontraditional seatpost designs were banned by UCI in 2000 - and this frame certainly has one! - so Trek stopped with the '99 model and it was never made again. Cult classic.

One such review: Trek 1999 Y Foil 77 Older Road Bike Reviews - RoadbikeReview.com

The "beam" OCLV carbon seatpost has just enough give to smooth out the ride, but not anywhere near where one would experience a pogo effect. The rest of the OCLV frame is essentially a flying foil which acts like a rocket with very little aerodynamic turbulence. Result? Flying magic carpet.

This bike features a Campagnolo Chorus 2x8 build with Ergo shifters and Mavic black-anodized Open4 CD rims on Chorus hubs, alloy bars and stem, Chorus brakes, and Thomson post. I've installed a new chain, fresh bar tape, and single-sided Ritchey ProLogic SPD pedals, plus a new Axiom 612b lightweight saddle in place of the Selle Italia in the pix.

$1250 firm, cash only, local pickup only. No offers or trades please.

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Originally Posted by crank_addict
In the minority I admit. If Elvis were around today, he'd be riding it. Just look at it! The gold and tailfin

56cm Trek Y-Foil 77 Full Carbon Road Bike, Campy Chorus, Cult Classic!

56cm Trek Y-Foil 77 Full Carbon Road Bike, Campy Chorus, Cult Classic! - $1250 (State Fair Park) < >











56cm 1998 Trek Y-Foil 77 full carbon racing bike in gold/Campy attire. Carbon type is OCLV 120 (Optimum Compaction/Low Void) for both frame and fork. Unusual cable routing on nondriveside.

Only two years in production (+'99), the Trek Y-Foil 77 was a bike way ahead of its time. All nontraditional seatpost designs were banned by UCI in 2000 - and this frame certainly has one! - so Trek stopped with the '99 model and it was never made again. Cult classic.

One such review: Trek 1999 Y Foil 77 Older Road Bike Reviews - RoadbikeReview.com

The "beam" OCLV carbon seatpost has just enough give to smooth out the ride, but not anywhere near where one would experience a pogo effect. The rest of the OCLV frame is essentially a flying foil which acts like a rocket with very little aerodynamic turbulence. Result? Flying magic carpet.

This bike features a Campagnolo Chorus 2x8 build with Ergo shifters and Mavic black-anodized Open4 CD rims on Chorus hubs, alloy bars and stem, Chorus brakes, and Thomson post. I've installed a new chain, fresh bar tape, and single-sided Ritchey ProLogic SPD pedals, plus a new Axiom 612b lightweight saddle in place of the Selle Italia in the pix.

$1250 firm, cash only, local pickup only. No offers or trades please.

Thanks for looking, and have a great day!
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That's a nice Y-Foil, but he's priced pretty high. Fair Market Value on these is probably $8-900 in the condition that one's in - although the Campy Chorus build may give it a scarcity premium - original equipment was either Dura Ace or Ultegra 9-speed. I paid $450 for mine with a mix of Shimano components, including a Dura Ace drivetrain - but mine is a cosmetic beater (however, fully structurally sound).

There's a guy by me North of San Diego who's been trying to sell one configured as a Tri-bike, for a while, and he's steadily dropped his price from over $1000 initially to just recently $700 - but that's for a Triathlon specific configuration using Dura-Ace Bar-end shifters and Ultegra gearing.

BTW, it IS a great bike, and years ahead of it's time, but you can't race 'em in UCI events.
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Originally Posted by crank_addict
In the minority I admit. If Elvis were around today, he'd be riding it. Just look at it! The gold and tailfin

56cm Trek Y-Foil 77 Full Carbon Road Bike, Campy Chorus, Cult Classic!

56cm Trek Y-Foil 77 Full Carbon Road Bike, Campy Chorus, Cult Classic! - $1250 (State Fair Park) < >











56cm 1998 Trek Y-Foil 77 full carbon racing bike in gold/Campy attire. Carbon type is OCLV 120 (Optimum Compaction/Low Void) for both frame and fork. Unusual cable routing on nondriveside.

Only two years in production (+'99), the Trek Y-Foil 77 was a bike way ahead of its time. All nontraditional seatpost designs were banned by UCI in 2000 - and this frame certainly has one! - so Trek stopped with the '99 model and it was never made again. Cult classic.

One such review: Trek 1999 Y Foil 77 Older Road Bike Reviews - RoadbikeReview.com

The "beam" OCLV carbon seatpost has just enough give to smooth out the ride, but not anywhere near where one would experience a pogo effect. The rest of the OCLV frame is essentially a flying foil which acts like a rocket with very little aerodynamic turbulence. Result? Flying magic carpet.

This bike features a Campagnolo Chorus 2x8 build with Ergo shifters and Mavic black-anodized Open4 CD rims on Chorus hubs, alloy bars and stem, Chorus brakes, and Thomson post. I've installed a new chain, fresh bar tape, and single-sided Ritchey ProLogic SPD pedals, plus a new Axiom 612b lightweight saddle in place of the Selle Italia in the pix.

$1250 firm, cash only, local pickup only. No offers or trades please.

Thanks for looking, and have a great day!
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I got to test ride one of those when they were new, it was a blast to ride, but with only one water bottle provision (and I was riding long miles on hot S. California Mojave Desert area) and being CF I didn't buy one. It was heavy compared to other traditional offerings but the aeroness of the bike frame made up for it especially on flats and even more so on descents (I could feel the speed just build like crazy going downhill), and the beam suspension was actually quite comfortable to ride and much more refined than the Softride that had more up and down movement which I also tested but didn't like as well. They did have issues later in life with the BB bracket aluminium shell coming unglued from the CF frame, not sure if that was only happening to the model 66 or to both the 66 and the 77, hopefully that particular one that problem has been fixed, and some people overtightened the water bottle and would break the internal nut away from the CF, I also heard the paint quality wasn't that good which is too bad considering how expensive the bike was new. It's a very beautifully designed bike and I liked the gold color the best for those bikes; whoever buys that bike will definitely stand out from the crowd.

I think the price is high, but if it's been very lightly used and in mint condition then perhaps not, they are rare with only 2 years of production and not that many sold which "could" make the bike appreciate in value as the years go by, it already has a cult following and I think it will definitely become a vintage sought after bike, and with Campy components even more so assuming the bike is kept in nice condition of course.

By the way, I did notice on the chain stay where the front gears are someone placed a silver color band around the stay, not sure if they did that as a precautionary measure (which would be a good idea on those) or if the chain gouged the stay at some point and they fixed it. I don't recall, having test rode that bike back in 99, if that silver band was originally on the bike from the factory.

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Originally Posted by rekmeyata
I got to test ride one of those when they were new, it was a blast to ride, but with only one water bottle provision (and I was riding long miles on hot S. California Mojave Desert area) and being CF I didn't buy one.
Profile Designs make dual-bottle cages that attach to the seat-post. Mine came with that - as well as attachments to hold two CO2 canisters. The water bottle attachment on the frame itself is really badly positioned, and as you said, those were often broken at the bolts - as it is on mine. Now, I simply use the broken bottle attachment as an anchor for my mini-pump, attached with a small bungie cord. I use the Profile Designs seat-post attachment for 2 bottle cages. That silver chain-stay band is not standard. And you are right that the paint job is not great on these. As for the bike itself, I would not say it's "heavy" Mine has a pretty heavy wheel set and a Brooks Swift saddle and it's still under 19 lbs. and the bike is both super comfortable and super fast. I couldn't believe I got mine for $450 with the Profile Designs accessory and a CatEye wireless computer included (I added the Brooks Swift later). Based on the better cosmetics and Campy components, I feel the one in the ad is worth a few hundred more, but definitely not over $1000.

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^Thanks guys for the excellent reviews.

I've had some early gen. carbon monocoque bikes but this one has always been on my radar. The story behind them, UCI banned makes it even more attractive. Well maybe not a good use of the word as some consider it gaudy, especially in gold. But that's what I like about it.

Agree with the comments of the price. Price is way tall and tough to find the right buyer on these. Have seen them for less, but for collectors sake, I think cleanliness and scratch free is a priority. I wouldn't speculate much if any increase, but not seeking for that anyways. Its unique and interesting.

Also, for the price of this example, there's so many other super bikes available. Boatloads of DA or Campy equipped early Kestrels. Some have been sitting on CL for over a year! I realize the late stuff is nothing in common to the 1990's era, but in only a couple of years from now, the current 16/17 pound class will be $500-1,000 bikes. But for the fragile nature of them, might not be as plentiful. I don't know what brand or type, but someday I'll pick up another CF bike.

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NOS Dura Ace Ax goodies plus a Shimano branded frame (?!). I have a real soft spot for this group.

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Originally Posted by sloar
i have this on ebay also, but I'd love for a forum member to own it.

"Nice 1966 vintage paramount,Reynolds 531 frame, campy dropouts. Full campy group. 59cm seattube 57cm top tube email for pics and details"


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