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Old 01-10-17, 09:12 PM
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Atala - $250 (escondido, CA)

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1970s Suntour Equipped Bob Jackson 59cm

Pretty sweet Superbe-equipped 70s Bob Jackson:

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Originally Posted by TimmyT
The fork is a replacement. There's no way that a unicrown fork with ugly welds was put on that out of the shop.
Good looking out.

I'm surprised that BJ posted above has no eyelets for fenders given the vintage.
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Originally Posted by vintagerando
https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/5953119870.html

It ain't cheap, 4 grand. I've never seen one this old. Check out that rear derailleur.
I know someone with a Bianchi of that age, i think nicer looking, that I'm pretty sure would sell for less than half of that asking price.
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56cm Hot Tubes Dura Ace - $700







56cm Hot Tubes road bike with a full 9 speed Shimano Dura Ace. Columbus genius steel tubing.
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Oscar Egg Vintage Racing Bike - ca 1977

Cool rare French bike, currently at $310:

Oscar Egg Vintage Racing Bike - ca 1977, Great Eroica Ride! | eBay
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Peugeot Randonneur Rigida 650 B Simplex Mafac Raid

This French seller has some absolutely beautiful bikes for sale, but this Peugeot is particularly nice:

Bonne année 2017! Peugeot Randonneur Rigida 650 B Simplex Mafac Raid | eBay

Does anyone know what that little covered valve-thingy on the down tube is?
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Originally Posted by johnnyace
This French seller has some absolutely beautiful bikes for sale, but this Peugeot is particularly nice:

Bonne année 2017! Peugeot Randonneur Rigida 650 B Simplex Mafac Raid | eBay

Does anyone know what that little covered valve-thingy on the down tube is?
Well of course (everyone knows!) this is the gas valve where you fill the frame with helium to make it lighter.

Surely you have seen the Peugeot Helium bikes before, no?

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Originally Posted by DQRider
Well of course (everyone knows!) this is the gas valve where you fill the frame with helium to make it lighter.

Surely you have seen the Peugeot Helium bikes before, no?
Ah, of course... those crazy French and their magical flying velocipedes! Gives new meaning to "gaspipe!"
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Old 01-11-17, 12:47 PM
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Originally Posted by johnnyace
Ah, of course... those crazy French and their magical flying velocipedes! Gives new meaning to "gaspipe!"
No, he's just foolin' with you. That's the cigarette lighter, of course. The French love their Gauloise.
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Originally Posted by johnnyace View Post
This French seller has some absolutely beautiful bikes for sale, but this Peugeot is particularly nice:

Bonne année 2017! Peugeot Randonneur Rigida 650 B Simplex Mafac Raid | eBay

Does anyone know what that little covered valve-thingy on the down tube is?
Oiling the BB maybe?
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Old 01-11-17, 01:07 PM
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Originally Posted by johnnyace
This French seller has some absolutely beautiful bikes for sale, but this Peugeot is particularly nice:

Bonne année 2017! Peugeot Randonneur Rigida 650 B Simplex Mafac Raid | eBay

Does anyone know what that little covered valve-thingy on the down tube is?
It's a fork lock. Locks out the steering.
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Old 01-11-17, 01:08 PM
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Old 01-11-17, 01:20 PM
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Originally Posted by rhm
It's a fork lock. Locks out the steering.
Okay, this makes sense.

Originally Posted by thumpism
Secret passage.
...for very tiny Frenchmen!
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Originally Posted by rhm
It's a fork lock. Locks out the steering.
Ah, so it's an auto-pilot then?
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It's only a Varsity, but it is a very clean Varsity. It has been listed for a while.

1972 Schwinn Varsity 27" 10 Speed Road Bike in excellent condition
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Old 01-11-17, 05:39 PM
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$130

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RALEIGH FOLD UP

RALEIGH FOLD UP - $130 (CHGO AREA)
FOLD UP BIKE in excellant condition for sale
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https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik/5955776342.html

Graftek road bike Campi Vintage 1978 - $650 (healdsburg / windsor)

https://images.craigslist.org/00J0J_...IY_600x450.jpg

condition: good
make / manufacturer: Graftek
size / dimensions: 60 cm
1978 year /60 cm Vintage Graftek road bike for sale located in Healdsburg not a lot of comps out there for this bike I am asking $650 let me know what you think. I have had this bike in its box for the past 25 years so in good shape. I can deliver to Bay area.

This Graftek is more a collectors item than a rider. I will accept best offer.

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Graftek made a huge impact on USA racing. Premiering in 1975, these bicycles were the precursor to all the glued together carbon fiber cycles such as Trek, Look, etc. that have became so common. "The Graftek carbon fiber tubes were actually an aluminum-carbon fiber hybrid. The epoxy impregnated pre-preg was cut and rolled onto the tubes in the proper fiber orientation to the individual tubes best intent. Because the aluminum tube could carry the "torque", the fibers could be at a 10 to 15° angle to provide maximum stiffness. "The very earliest Exxon Graftek's (...including all pre-production Exxon-Cool Gear official team bikes from 1976) actually incorporated a modified version of the Campagnolo 1010 rear dropout (...see attached photograph for comparative differences) as well as distinctive stainless steel lugs that were rendered in unpolished matte finish form. However, by the time the frameset made it into full fledged production in 1977, the folks at Exxon Graftek had designed their own dropouts to go along with the rest of the proprietary lugset, which in turn, were then provisioned in highly polished stainless steel form excepting the bottom bracket shell itself which was chrome plated ferrous metal. Also for whatever it may be worth, whereas early examples of Exxon Graftek bicycles were offered having a fully chromed front fork, mid way through 1977 they announced an 'optional' carbon fiber front fork which was to ultimately be made available for purchase at extra cost coincident to model year 1978 in late 1977 (...Exxon-Cool Gear team bikes in the latter half of 1977 actually had their standard all chrome front fork painted black excepting its crown and dropouts so as to mimic the forthcoming carbonized version...) do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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Originally Posted by jetboy
anyone down that way should go get that! or if they dont want it, go get it for me! (though it looks too small maybe...)
I definitely don't have the cash for it, but I did just add myself to the facilitators thread
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Originally Posted by gaucho777
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik/5955776342.html

Graftek road bike Campi Vintage 1978 - $650 (healdsburg / windsor)

https://images.craigslist.org/00J0J_...IY_600x450.jpg

condition: good
make / manufacturer: Graftek
size / dimensions: 60 cm
1978 year /60 cm Vintage Graftek road bike for sale located in Healdsburg not a lot of comps out there for this bike I am asking $650 let me know what you think. I have had this bike in its box for the past 25 years so in good shape. I can deliver to Bay area.

This Graftek is more a collectors item than a rider. I will accept best offer.

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Graftek made a huge impact on USA racing. Premiering in 1975, these bicycles were the precursor to all the glued together carbon fiber cycles such as Trek, Look, etc. that have became so common. "The Graftek carbon fiber tubes were actually an aluminum-carbon fiber hybrid. The epoxy impregnated pre-preg was cut and rolled onto the tubes in the proper fiber orientation to the individual tubes best intent. Because the aluminum tube could carry the "torque", the fibers could be at a 10 to 15° angle to provide maximum stiffness. "The very earliest Exxon Graftek's (...including all pre-production Exxon-Cool Gear official team bikes from 1976) actually incorporated a modified version of the Campagnolo 1010 rear dropout (...see attached photograph for comparative differences) as well as distinctive stainless steel lugs that were rendered in unpolished matte finish form. However, by the time the frameset made it into full fledged production in 1977, the folks at Exxon Graftek had designed their own dropouts to go along with the rest of the proprietary lugset, which in turn, were then provisioned in highly polished stainless steel form excepting the bottom bracket shell itself which was chrome plated ferrous metal. Also for whatever it may be worth, whereas early examples of Exxon Graftek bicycles were offered having a fully chromed front fork, mid way through 1977 they announced an 'optional' carbon fiber front fork which was to ultimately be made available for purchase at extra cost coincident to model year 1978 in late 1977 (...Exxon-Cool Gear team bikes in the latter half of 1977 actually had their standard all chrome front fork painted black excepting its crown and dropouts so as to mimic the forthcoming carbonized version...) do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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A very interesting piece of history, definitely a bike for collector that won't be riding it due to the epoxy used to assemble the lugs to the carbon didn't work as plan and would become unglued with the stress of a rider constantly flexing the joints. But again, it's for a collector who wants a piece of history to add to a current collection.
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Red Bianchi Columbus EL 54 cm

Bianchi Reparto Corse Columbus ACCIAIO NIVACROM EL Road Bicycle Bike Frame 21"ST | eBay

Potentially good price, opening bid $250
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Whats everyones opinion of this one? I'm looking at a Fuji Roubaix tomorrow but this one caught my eye.
https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/bik/5949170179.html




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Originally Posted by sloar
Whats everyones opinion of this one? I'm looking at a Fuji Roubaix tomorrow but this one caught my eye.
https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/bik/5949170179.html




Looks like a 1976 Puch Royal Force with early black Dura Ace group. If you're into that, it's a great price.

Steel Vintage Bikes - Puch Royal Force Classic Road Bike from 1976

You could probably sell some of the parts to @rhm to help him complete his Fuji Ace.
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Austro-Daimler Vent Noir

Neat setup, beautiful condition. At $525 shipped, not too bad, but they are also taking offers.

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Originally Posted by sloar View Post
Whats everyones opinion of this one? I'm looking at a Fuji Roubaix tomorrow but this one caught my eye.
https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/bik/5949170179.html

531 frame with original Dura Ace black group for $150? Was that a trick question?

I'd say if it's not your size, then it's not for you. Otherwise, it's for you.
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