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Old 10-07-15, 11:19 AM
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56 cm cannondale sr600
56 cm cannondale sr600 - $390 (Teele square)










I've got a cannondale sr600 frame with shimano 105 components in fantastic mechanical condition with a frame that's sure to make you feel like you're racing a classic road bike from the mid 80s.

It's a size 56 so it's a little too large for me. But if you're between 5'10 and 6'2 you'll love this thing.

Super light, super tight. You're about to purchase a HIGH PERFORMANCE LAND MISSILE.

Indexed shifting for quick and solid selection from the rear 6 gears.

The pictures do more than a few paragraphs could. Check em out, let me know if you're interested.
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If you are a Raleigh 3 speed lover near DC there are these:

50cm Raleigh Wyoming, $50 OBO

Vintage Raleigh Ladies 3-speed bike Sturmey-Archer

Classic Raleigh Cruiser
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good deal on a couple panasonics

https://lexington.craigslist.org/bik/5233469881.html

[h=2]Two Vintage Touring Bikes - $200 (LEXINGTON)[/h]
















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Needed two stronger younger riders to keep air in these tires and these bikes will do the rest. Panasonic DX 4000 and DX 5000-one owners since 1989. Some of the best mid-range bikes ever for their original cost. We are retiring and will take $350 for both.
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TREK TOURING 520 36" road bike - $250

At the Goodwill in Medford, OR. Not sure of the age and could need some work, but could be a good deal for someone.

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What do you guys think of this bike? Sounds like a lot of bike for the money.






MASI GRAN CRITERIUM ROAD, RACE, TRIATHLON BIKE - CAMPAGNOLO RECORD!!


masi gran criterium road, race, triathlon bike - campagnolo record!! - $1150 (san juan capistrano)


masi gran criterium road, race, triathlon bike - faliero masi - campagnolo record components!! Includes size 11 axo bike shoes!

This masi signature bicycle is in amazing, beautiful condition...original paint!! Shiny bright, looks like new!

Lightly riden - it has always been stored inside!

One of the most famous and sought after bicycle brands!

Measures 22.5" from center of crank to top of seatpost - owner is 5' 11". Will fit shorter riders also...

Faliero masi cursive signature
campagnolo record derailers
campagnolo brakes
companello stem
cinelli handlebars
look carbon clip on pedals
size 11 axo bike shoes (free with purchase if they work for you)
700 rims & tires (tires in excellent condition)
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this bike is in unbelievable condition...clean and beautiful!!

$1150 san juan capistrano
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WHY haven't you purchased it yet??? If I lived anywhere near, it would be in my garage by now.
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Seems too heavy for that frame with those components. Seller's scale might be wrong. Great price, and I wouldn't expect it to last.
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That's a real nice bike at a real nice price.
Thank you very much for your comments. I took your advice and decided to buy this bike. I paid significantly less than asking but the bike is far from pristine. Seller's idea of "unbelievable condition" and "looks like new" is far from yours and mine. And the seller's weight scale is not far off. My scale registers it as 23.25 pounds. The wheels have Campy hubs and Mavic steel rims with tons of spokes. I'm sure that those wheels add a lot of weight.

Does anybody know how this bike rides?
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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
Thank you very much for your comments. I took your advice and decided to buy this bike. I paid significantly less than asking but the bike is far from pristine. Seller's idea of "unbelievable condition" and "looks like new" is far from yours and mine. And the seller's weight scale is not far off. My scale registers it as 23.25 pounds. The wheels have Campy hubs and Mavic steel rims with tons of spokes. I'm sure that those wheels add a lot of weight.

Does anybody know how this bike rides?
Those rims are anodized alloy Mavics, probably an MA40 or something like that. They are definitely not steel. I would guess that they have 32 or 36 spokes, which would be pretty standard for something with a late 80s vintage.
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This small Mondia Special has been floating on CL Los Angeles for a while now, between $450-500 -- which pretty much just covers the Campy NR parts and other components: Road bike - Campagnolo - Reynolds 531
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
Those rims are anodized alloy Mavics, probably an MA40 or something like that. They are definitely not steel. I would guess that they have 32 or 36 spokes, which would be pretty standard for something with a late 80s vintage.
As I'm sure is obvious with my posts, my knowledge of bikes is miniscule compared to the expertise of other forum members. I put a magnet against the rim and it was somewhat magnetic. The magnet was slightly attracted to the metal, not the way that a magnet "slams" on to steel. So I'm sure you're right. It is an alloy with a small amount of steel in it.
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Another Los Angeles-area CL listing, sitting for the past 10 days: Colnago vintage bike - $350 (Oxnard)
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Originally Posted by camelopardalis
As I'm sure is obvious with my posts, my knowledge of bikes is miniscule compared to the expertise of other forum members. I put a magnet against the rim and it was somewhat magnetic. The magnet was slightly attracted to the metal, not the way that a magnet "slams" on to steel. So I'm sure you're right. It is an alloy with a small amount of steel in it.
Well, I'm sure you will learn like the rest of us

Do the rims have their stickers on them? That would give the model number and would help ascertain what they are. The spokes are undoubtedly steel. Also, if you post close ups of the hub centers and flanges, the Campy gurus can tell you what the hubs are. I'm going to go ahead and guess that every thing on there is C-Record, which is a desirable racing group. The Delta brakes, apparently, are more like "speed adjusters" rather than brakes.



As for how Masi's ride, to many people this is *the* brand against which all others are compared. While I have never swung a leg over a Masi, I would imagine that it is quite lively.
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1985 Trek 720 in Jackson, MS. Pretty good price.



https://jackson.craigslist.org/bik/5249092294.html

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Originally Posted by TimmyT
The Delta brakes, apparently, are more like "speed adjusters" rather than brakes.
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Originally Posted by redoray
Another Los Angeles-area CL listing, sitting for the past 10 days: Colnago vintage bike - $350 (Oxnard)
A Colnago for $350!! In my neck of the woods! Too bad it's not my size.
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Originally Posted by redoray
Another Los Angeles-area CL listing, sitting for the past 10 days: Colnago vintage bike - $350 (Oxnard)
I'd need to see some more photos. There are some details that don't look quite right. If it's for real, it's a great deal..

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Delta brakes work. The issue was that they were heavy, expensive and somewhat more difficult to adjust...they actually work fine, though requiring a lot of toe. They actually have a great balance of power and modulation and I prefer them to single pivot.
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Originally Posted by satbuilder
I'd need to see some more photos. There are some details that don't look quite right. If it's for real, it's a great deal..
RD is a Campagnolo Nuovo Gran Sport
Crankset is a Sugino Mighty
DT shifters are SunTour Power Ratcheting
FD looks like a Nuovo Record but could be a Nuovo Gran Sport
Brake levers look like Dia Compe
Bars and stem are 3ttt

So, if it's a Colnago, it has a hodgepodge of parts.
The interesting photo is the rear drop out. The connection of the dropout to the stay indicates that this is a high quality frame that was hand made.
Is it a Colnago? I don't know. It is certainly worth checking out if it is local.
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Vintage Simoncini Italian road bike




Vintage Simoncini Italian road bike - $295 (Rancho cucamonga)

56cm ctc 12 speed vintage Simoncini road bike made in Italy.
Very good looking frame with beautiful lug work, and bottom bracket cut out.
Campagnolo drop outs.
Rides very smooth.
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[h=2]Nishiki Olympic 12 Road Bike - $70 (green bay, WI)[/h]Nishiki Olympic Road Bike



Nishiki with a 30" stand over height. I bought to clean up and ride, but it's disappointingly too small. Needs tires.
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Originally Posted by jpaschall
1985 Trek 720 in Jackson, MS. Pretty good price.



https://jackson.craigslist.org/bik/5249092294.html
Someone needs to pick this one up.
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Originally Posted by otg
Someone needs to pick this one up.
I'm surprised it made it to today.
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
RD is a Campagnolo Nuovo Gran Sport
Crankset is a Sugino Mighty
DT shifters are SunTour Power Ratcheting
FD looks like a Nuovo Record but could be a Nuovo Gran Sport
Brake levers look like Dia Compe
Bars and stem are 3ttt

So, if it's a Colnago, it has a hodgepodge of parts.
The interesting photo is the rear drop out. The connection of the dropout to the stay indicates that this is a high quality frame that was hand made.
Is it a Colnago? I don't know. It is certainly worth checking out if it is local.
Agreed. Rear derailleur braze on cable stop does not look correct though for a Colnago.
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Originally Posted by Pemetic2006
I'm surprised it made it to today.
A lot of folks in my part of the country don't know what's what. It's possible it's gone, I didn't contact them. If it were about half the distance I'd have picked it up to try and flip it to y'all
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Interesting crankset, maybe for someone looking to take it to the next level from his/her Biopace rings. My knees hurt just looking at these!

Crankset Brevetto PMP Pare Era Campagnolo Super Record Masi Bianchi Cinelli | eBay
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs
Interesting crankset, maybe for someone looking to take it to the next level from his/her Biopace rings. My knees hurt just looking at these!

Crankset Brevetto PMP Pare Era Campagnolo Super Record Masi Bianchi Cinelli | eBay
What the... I've been around a long time and never seen those! I wonder what the thought process was when they made those?
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I've seen photos...they're a unicorn that people only talk about in whispers. I think these crack 1k EASY. Tempted to bid myself. First actual set I've seen.
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