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Old 09-24-16, 10:14 AM
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In SF: Dawes Modern-Day Mixte; interesting build, but sorry, not really vintage. Canadian made?
woman's Dawes road bike ex cond

I think they're made in the East. You can get them new, shipped to your door for $300

http://www.bikesdirect.com/products/dawes/wendy.htm

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Old 09-24-16, 11:59 AM
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$140 chrome Ross road bike?

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Thanks for the note.

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That Ross up there does look nice. I've got a Vitus tubing bike, maybe it's a better fit but I prefer my high-ten; maybe it's because I'm not trying to break any PRs out and about.
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I was looking at this for awhile, I don't really need another bike, but I guess this is the really nice racing version of the 1981 Miyatas. The bike itself is not in the best condition, but potentially a good deal! (I think)

1981 Miyata Pro Bicycle | eBay
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Old 09-24-16, 02:51 PM
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Nashbar SE Road Touring Bike 58cm - $300 (Bedford NH)





This is a Nashbar Road Touring Bike with a 23" Double Butted CroMo frame and a 33" stand over. It's 15 speed (triple in front) with tour gearing, alloy quick release wheels, New Road tires with Kevlar band, touring saddle, water bottle holder, center pull tour brakes, New cork bar wrap and Blackburn rear rack that will accept side bags. In excellent condition and ready to ride. Design/style based on the Trek 520 Tour bike, a great tour ride at a very low price.
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74 Colin Laing 10 speed - $600 (Hopkinton)










74 Colin Laing custom bicycle, 22", tight rear triangle.
Reynolds 531 throughout.
Built by renouned frame builder Colin Laing in England before his move to Arizona.
Mostly Campagnolo Record components incl crankset and chainrings, brakes, shifters, headset, seat post.
Campy super record pedals.
A set of my old training wheels are on the bike. Campy skewers (I believe). 10 speed setup.
TTT titanium bottom bracket axle

I built the bike in 1974 for mainly criterium races. Fork is angled more like a road bike, allowing use for longer roadraces and training. Tubular tires. I had other bikes for riding around town and training in the rain. Brakes are set up for a crit, so rear cluster can be shifted right hand and rear brake squeezed left hand. Rear brake under stays because....cool and lower moment when turning. Saved me 0.00000002 miliseconds in a 10 mile race!

Bike is ridable. Never crashed.

Feel free to ask for specific measurements or pictures or to come evaluate it. It has spent most of its life hanging in my basement.

Asking $600.

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Old 09-24-16, 03:06 PM
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Would buy if I didn't already have a Celeste Bianchi:


Bianchi Veloce 52cm Steel Frame Road Bike - $650 (Denver)
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Old 09-24-16, 07:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce View Post
https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/bik/5797001430.html


74 Colin Laing 10 speed - $600 (Hopkinton)










74 Colin Laing custom bicycle, 22", tight rear triangle.
Reynolds 531 throughout.
Built by renouned frame builder Colin Laing in England before his move to Arizona.
Mostly Campagnolo Record components incl crankset and chainrings, brakes, shifters, headset, seat post.
Campy super record pedals.
A set of my old training wheels are on the bike. Campy skewers (I believe). 10 speed setup.
TTT titanium bottom bracket axle

I built the bike in 1974 for mainly criterium races. Fork is angled more like a road bike, allowing use for longer roadraces and training. Tubular tires. I had other bikes for riding around town and training in the rain. Brakes are set up for a crit, so rear cluster can be shifted right hand and rear brake squeezed left hand. Rear brake under stays because....cool and lower moment when turning. Saved me 0.00000002 miliseconds in a 10 mile race!

Bike is ridable. Never crashed.

Feel free to ask for specific measurements or pictures or to come evaluate it. It has spent most of its life hanging in my basement.

Asking $600.

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Those shorter chainstays for racing bikes, nifty.
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Old 09-24-16, 07:20 PM
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Looking at that Boston's Craig's List; I'm not sure if these are one's normal Grand Prixs though the frames may well be. Which means I think, these could be Raleighs that were sold in England/UK. I've noted, slight differences.

For beginners, Grand Prixs always had chrome tipped forks. I don't think that color scheme fits '77, '76 Grand Prixs though may be reminiscent (seat tube). Description says "steel double-butted tubing", meaning?


Great vintage steel double butted tubing. Nice condition well preserved. Always stored indoors
Call for appt
https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/bik/5769544995.html

In turn, the same seller is selling a Red Raleigh, same sort of a deal, slight variations, saddles on both are nice, appear to be leather.:


https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/bik/5769540728.html
Nice clean vintage road bike. All steel double butted tubing. Red paint in excellent cond. Tires holding air. Always stored indoors.. no rust nice bike call for appt
Raleighs for the UK market I surmise, not the usual American fair so in that vein, unique.

If I'm totally wrong and these are Raleigh Records for example, my apologies for misleading.

I don't think one can find a picture of a US Raleigh Grand Prix that would match these.

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'77 Raleigh Record, discernible differences.
http://www.sheldonbrown.com/retroral...rd-limited.jpg

Brake cabling set up is correct, it's the reverse in England I've heard.

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Old 09-24-16, 08:29 PM
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55cm DeBernardi SLX Columbus steel road racing bike, Campagnolo 20 spd - $850 (Amelia Court House)
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Not vintage, but... Look 565 Carbon Fiber Road Bike
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Old 09-24-16, 09:36 PM
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Nice very large Japanese frame. $70 63cm. Forged bits, sweet white Tange headset.

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Old 09-25-16, 06:18 AM
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Glad to see that someone else is posting our local bikes. This is one of Barry's. He worked in local shops and in retirement buys and rides, then sells. Lots of nice bikes, not overpriced but more than I want to spend.

Another local find.

Vintage TREK 760 55CM Road Bike

Vintage TREK 760 55CM Road Bike - $240 (Mechanicsville)




condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Trek
model name / number: 760

1983 Trek 760. Retailed for $808 in 1983. Reynolds 531 lightweight steel frame.. Nice set Araya 2W doublewall chrome plated aluminum wheels and ss spokes. Work performed includes New tires (oversize 700x28) and tubes. New saddle, new bar wrap. New teflon lined brake cables. Detailed and tuned. Paint is nice for age with a couple minor touch ups. NO RUST. These old Treks are highly prized by collectors as evidenced by Ebay auctions. Most are selling in the $300-$1000 range. Light and Fast. 12 speed friction shifted. Suntour Superbe brakes and derailleurs. Email for appointment.
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Old 09-25-16, 11:24 AM
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Bridgestone Road Bike----5'3 to 5'7 - $140 (Bolton Ma Off Rt 495)




Bridgestone Road Bike----5'3 to 5'7---Just Serviced by a professional bike mechanic!!

This is a quality bike that shifts, brakes and rides very well. It is not a fixed gear.

$140 firm.
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prodotti speciali campagnolo



"prodotti speciali campagnolo Black new seat leather brooks"
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Someone here selling? Worth a look. Reynolds 531 sticker on the fork.

Other good deals, A Fuji Allegro selling low, etc.

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prodotti speciali campagnolo



"prodotti speciali campagnolo Black new seat leather brooks"
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Someone here selling? Worth a look. Reynolds 531 sticker on the fork.

Other good deals, A Fuji Allegro selling low, etc.
Aw man, this one is right in my wheelhouse. The price seems steep, until you try to build one up from the frame. Then it's a bargain! The only downside for me, and the reason I'm not a buyer for this bike, is I'd be missing out on the build part of the program.

I'm eyeing that Allegro too. I could pick it up on the way to or from work tomorrow. But my build queue is full for the winter, and I've spent all my money buying parts. Next year, I've got to put some cash away for this end-of-season "garage clearance" thing...
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Aw man, this one is right in my wheelhouse. The price seems steep, until you try to build one up from the frame. Then it's a bargain! The only downside for me, and the reason I'm not a buyer for this bike, is I'd be missing out on the build part of the program.

I'm eyeing that Allegro too. I could pick it up on the way to or from work tomorrow. But my build queue is full for the winter, and I've spent all my money buying parts. Next year, I've got to put some cash away for this end-of-season "garage clearance" thing...
You're probably the one getting all the good bikes that have been on there lately, I know Friday, that Garlatti frame went up in the parts section, that was pretty good, my friend had a similar one. Then, about 3 weeks ago, some sort of Stella was for sale in Hastings, that was up for awhile but now isn't. Both of these looked interesting.

For a woman, there is a nice small "Browning" brand (Browning as in the gun makers) Belgium made Green Mixte, that'd be nice for a woman or other.

I'm not really in the market, but I do continue to look; something might get my interest.

I sure do enjoy just looking at all the different kinds of Japanese bike boom bikes; I worked in a shop for a few years and I also once went to the library and looked at a whole lot of bicycling magazines from the 1970s and posted a lot of ads to a discussion group just on Japanese bikes, pretty fascinating.
Here's an Azuki:

Azuki 5 Speed Cruiser

I don't know anything about the rest of the bike but that headbadge is nice.

Though many of the products wouldn't ring bells with this crowd here, there's quite a few bikes over there now.

I've ridden the bike the whole winter before, maybe some use of the bus; but so it goes.
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You're probably the one getting all the good bikes that have been on there lately, I know Friday, that Garlatti frame went up in the parts section, that was pretty good, my friend had a similar one. Then, about 3 weeks ago, some sort of Stella was for sale in Hastings, that was up for awhile but now isn't. Both of these looked interesting.
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I'm not really in the market, but I do continue to look; something might get my interest.

I sure do enjoy just looking at all the different kinds of Japanese bike boom bikes; I worked in a shop for a few years and I also once went to the library and looked at a whole lot of bicycling magazines from the 1970s and posted a lot of ads to a discussion group just on Japanese bikes, pretty fascinating.
Here's an Azuki:
Not Guilty, yer honor!

I've watched those go by as well, wishing for more cash and more space in the shop. We seem to have a rich vein of C&V bicycles here in the Twin Cities, and a lot of them tend to show up here at the end of the riding season for very attractive prices.

But I'm building one very special bicycle this winter, and depending on how that rides, I may be cutting loose one or two of my other creations come Spring. If it doesn't turn out the way I expect it to, then I'll sell the frame and look for something with a more tour-oriented geometry, and the whole process will begin anew next Winter.

What a fascinating hobby!
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I was looking at that Tipo- what do you think is up with the "bent fork" thing?
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Get it. What's been done to this one can be undone. What cannot be undone is stuff like a local guy wanting a pump peg in a certain position on his Serotta Ti so he drilled a hole completely through a frame tube and epoxied a brass wood screw in place.
Well, it's in my garage! And no brass screws drilled through it! It's actually in very good shape. The stock 27" wheels have been switched for 700c. Just need to replace the handlbar/stem/shifter/brake lever setup, and it's a rider.
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Picked this up in Riverside yesterday for 150. Sorry for the bad picture.

1984 Raleigh Super Course. Shimano Golden Arrow.

I will replace the usual stuff, but I think I got a good deal. Paint is in great shape. Little rust.


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As when they sold new, always a 'bang' for the buck. Can't get over how low price these are, TA Specialites crank. This one looks original.




//sfbay.craigslist.org/scz/bid/5791102066.html

Late 70's Viscount Trusty 56 vintage English road bike
Late 70's Viscount Trusty 56 vintage English road bike - $71 (santa cruz)

More of a collectors quirky English bike than an every day steed.

All original except tires. Very good unrestored condition. Very little wear on original drive train. Ok white paint with blue highlights.

56 w/ 57tt large frame best for ~5'10 to 6'1"

Shimano derailleurs, Titlist r and thunderbird front. Proprietary viscount crankset, hubs, stem and bars.

Nice 27" wheelset nisi rims, high flange viscount hubs

If you plan to ride, I have some tires that will hold up better. The fork is aluminum and not the strongest. Good for tooling around town but don't recommend high speed extended descents or off road abuse.

Viscount Lambert was an English aeronautical engineering company that gave a shot at making bicycles.

Open to offers and trades in bicycles and sporting goods.

Have another in a larger size if you are interested.


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Picked this up in Riverside yesterday for 150. Sorry for the bad picture.

1984 Raleigh Super Course. Shimano Golden Arrow.

I will replace the usual stuff, but I think I got a good deal. Paint is in great shape. Little rust.

Getting harder to find these with the chrome in good shape. I think you got s good deal.
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Vintage 1984 Tommasini racing bicycle. Unless I'm missing something this seems like a killer deal.

Curious what this was selling for...
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For the weight of it, doubtful a racer but this thing is sweet! Cassette slider shift, front and rear drums. Put some rubber and pedals on it and ride~

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