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Old 01-21-17, 01:19 AM
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It always surprises me how tight the geometry on seemingly mid-level Univegas are, nevertheless, channeling some '86 Schwinn Tempo for a cool $150. Worth the look to me, if I was in the market.



Crackle pink paint job on this presumably mid to late '80s (Team?) Fuji. Lovely thing and still rescue-able for proper geared life-after-fixie. Bar end shifter brake levers is a new one for me. Another $150 wonder, but for the frameset (in good shape), it's hard to lose. Heck, even with that paint job it's hard to lose!



I am pretty sure I've met this guy before, picking up several used frames for a decent deal (that I was thankfully able to sell for the purchase price), which included a 1985 Peugeot PH10LE framset with the paper label still on it and in good shape. Old school Bridgestone with wingnut axle nuts and front dynamo. $149 for the privilege.

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Oh, rats. Forgot. How could anyone not want a complete Shimano Sante groupset with a Cannondale and Wolber wheels attached??? Condition is quite good from the looks of it. Brake levers need new hoods. Bike frameset plus the groupset is a really good deal at just $240 (to me). Bike is a bit small, but the components should be fine.... Get on it!

PS: Not a 62cm, but more than likely a 60cm

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This fellow usually has several nice bikes for sale and this one is priced lower than the rest.

LOOK carbon fiber road bike Shimano 16 speed



LOOK carbon fiber road bike Shimano 16 speed - $350 (Amelia Court House)

16621 Jefferson Street

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model name / number: KG 131
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LOOK KG 131 Carbon Frame Road Bike - 62CM In good working condition. Scratches and scuffs on frame and body of bike. Modern saddle. Strong Gatorskin tires. Wheels/rims in good condition. Shifts and brakes properly.
Good for somebody at least 6 foot tall.
This custom bike was about $3,000 when new, now $350.
See my other bikes for sale on craigslist: click on "More Ads by this user"
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Guy must be an Orangutan
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He put that clamp-on rear rack on the seat tube between the seat stays!
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Originally Posted by thumpism
LOOK carbon fiber road bike Shimano 16 speed


LOOK carbon fiber road bike Shimano 16 speed - $350 (Amelia Court House)
Good grief, takes a pic to sell a nice bike and can't bother putting the chain back on the ring.
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Centurion Ironman Expert - $100 (Towson, MD)

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Originally Posted by plonz
Good grief, takes a pic to sell a nice bike and can't bother putting the chain back on the ring.
Barry's a pretty savvy guy so it was probably just an oversight or a brain fart picking the photo for the ad.
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Apollo MKIV, Shimano 600, $100 CAD
Vintage Apollo Men's Racing 10 Speed | road | Chatham-Kent | Kijiji
Frame looks pretty nice too, long pointy lugs (older ad with better picture of identical frame in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada - photo by matts-bike-shack - Pinkbike)
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Originally Posted by non-fixie
Pity the pictures of the RIH are so small. Hard to identify or even confirm it's a RIH. The shape of the fork does look very familiar, though. Worth checking out if it's your size. If it has a serial number stamped on the lower headlug, it may well be a RIH from the Amsterdam shop and in that case the $600 is well-spent on a hand-built bespoke racing machine, IMO. I'd really like to see more of it.

Went back this afternoon with my camera for better pics of the RIH and found that it was sold. The RIH frame components & paint were in better condition and it did not look to have been ridden as much as the Masi. Very few chips & scratches compared to Masi. Masi has Athena brakes, Mirage brifters (RH Brifter lever has some road rash), Veloce rear DR.

I took some more pics of the Masi. While I was doing that, the manager came out & lowered the price. I asked if he knew the size & he said: "Looks like 58 or 59 cm" Don (edit) I asked if the serial# was on the lower head lug of the RIH & he said it was.
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sheesh. I sure wish that manager worked at one of our local co-ops- lowering the price! unheard of. they have this Look frame that I want but its severely overpriced with no fork at $500. and its been that way for 3 years.

Not surprised the RIH is gone. the masi looks pretty attractive at its new price.
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Originally Posted by ollo_ollo
Went back this afternoon with my camera for better pics of the RIH and found that it was sold. (...) I asked if the serial# was on the lower head lug of the RIH & he said it was.
Well, I guess posting it in this thread is kinda risky. Let's hope the new owner shows up here.
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Yes, I was surprised at how fast it sold too, but a 56cm matches up with quite a large segment of adult males. The shop is not as busy this time of year and it was encouraging for them to move one of the higher priced bikes. During warmer drier months, the place is always busy with lots of customers. Really amazing to me how quickly it has grown from a small beginning. I like to browse their parts bins, found a couple nice sets of Sun Tour shifter levers for $1 each today.

They have a lot of used bikes on the floor right now. I've been watching for a small framed bike for one of my grand-daughters who is a college freshman. Needs to be nice, but not so nice it is stolen immediately. They had a tiny Schwinn Caliente step thru with 24" wheels and 3 mixtes priced $80(univega), $160(Motobecane)& $200(UO-8). Also a $300+(Terry). I need to bring my GD in to shop next time she is back in Salem. Don
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just posting because of the unusual chain-stays.

1980's 10-speed Cruiser Bicycle
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Originally Posted by jetboy


just posting because of the unusual chain-stays.

1980's 10-speed Cruiser Bicycle
Look at the routing of the rear derailleur cable (and the front)! Under the BB to the rear dropout on a frame like this. Elevated chainstays prevented the dreaded chain suck. This frame design was a thang in the late '80s. Nishiki, Alpinestars and others turned these out. Google indicates this might be a Milazo Rock Comp II, a bike I've never heard of.

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nice investigating powers. looks like someone ignored the proper cable routing.. but it is pretty neat. looks way to small for me, but with that frame.. hard to tell the sizing..

definitely something different.
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Yokota with better cabling but inconvenient bottle holder.20161114_153515.jpg
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Here's my Yokota e-stay. Slightly lower end than that red beauty. Paint looks just like that Rock-Comp II

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Fuji Touring Series 3

Fuji Touring Series 3 - $200



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Selling 80s Fuji Touring bike. In good shape, standard 21 speed setup. Would make a great bike for a project, or to ride as
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Colnago Master Olympic Decor, Columbus Gilco S4 Steel Tubing. Super C40

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Vitus 979 vintage made in france - $299 (dana point)

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1984 Team Fuji - $400 (Hopkinton, MA)



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59 cm, all original except for new tires, benotto tape (vintage and the correct color, medium blue) and a replacement water bottle, have the original tires and water bottle if you want them, second from the top of the line in 1984, this bike is in excellent +++ condition, minimal paint dings, no evidence of a crash anywhere, underrated high end bike at the time, and now, Todd
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1982 Bob Jackson on the Northern Michigan CL. No pic posted, asking 1000$. Dang, a Bobby on the Craigs.
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