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Old 02-10-17, 01:35 PM
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Very nice early era Cannondale. Kind of neat in revisiting these fat tubed ally American made bikes. The red with understated graphics is sharp. Sneaks under the Eroica rules. Interesting this example is mostly Campy, stock?

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//milwaukee.craigslist.org/bik/5988322290.html

https://milwaukee.craigslist.org/bik/5988322290.html

This is an original untouched 1986 SR900 road bike. It has campy brakes, pedals, crank, headset, stem, seat post, hubs, front derailer. It is a 9 out 10 condition. I am the original owner and have taken excellent care of it. It is 58cm.
Asking $595.00 OBO
Please call if interested, emails will not be answered.
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Originally Posted by Vonruden
I work a few towns over if you need facilitation, I could meet seller during lunch.

I appreciate the offer, Vonruden. That's very kind of you. I'll let you know If I have to have it.
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Sadly, Cannondales are verboten at Eroica. They only permit a few, named aluminum bikes.
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its rules like that that turn people off. if the cut off is 1987 and its a stock bike from 1986... it should be a go. not to start up the complaint line again but seriously...

also that is a cool bike.
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Originally Posted by jetboy
its rules like that that turn people off. if the cut off is 1987 and its a stock bike from 1986... it should be a go. not to start up the complaint line again but seriously...

also that is a cool bike.
Yeah I am hoping to work up to participating in an eroica event at some point.( this year I hope to do a low-mile one) I am a bit out of shape and still trying to build up muscle mass/strength(it has improved some) from an old botched, surgical procedure on my leg veins.

I like mostly steel but when this Cannondale came up on ebay I had to have it. It's an 86 SR 800, (Black lightning before branded). with Superbe Pro Black Gold.

Love this bike and don't understand why it wouldn't be allowed in a eroica event.

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Pretty.

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Classic TREK Touring Road Bike

I don't know anything about vintage Treks, but this one looks real pretty for a buck and a quarter.

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Originally Posted by sloar
Ive been watching this one, curious why its still for sale. Seems like a decent deal.


Tommasini Super Prestige 56cm Steel Dura Ace Vintage Italian Road Bike Blue | eBay
I've been looking at that too. Couple of things bug me. Listed as new for one. Then he's say's it's been professionally serviced and is ready to ride. Yet the closeups show a really grimy, neglected bike....
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Geminiani -

likely Cizeron produced but will leave that to the experts...

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Originally Posted by WolfRyder
Yeah I am hoping to work up to participating in an eroica event at some point.( this year I hope to do a low-mile one) I am a bit out of shape and still trying to build up muscle mass/strength(it has improved some) from an old botched, surgical procedure on my leg veins.

I like mostly steel but when this Cannondale came up on ebay I had to have it. It's an 86 SR 800, (Black lightning before branded). with Superbe Pro Black Gold.

Love this bike and don't understand why it wouldn't be allowed in a eroica event.

Vintage Cannondale SR 800 Road/Track Bike w/Saddle Bags~2x6~26.5 Wheel~Frame 23" | eBay
Screw that organized ****. Buy the bike you want and ride!
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No matter what rules they have, some people will be angry, or feel excluded. Yes, it's somewhat arbitrary...no one is forcing anyone to join, or to care. Everyone is welcome to organize an 80s aluminum bike ride and decide what gets in.
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Well I don't have a huge collection of bikes and lets be honest the Black Lightening, wouldn't really be suited to your average eroica course anyway. I have 8 bikes and a couple frames/parts and the Cannondale would be low on totem pole choice.
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Agreed on the SR as an Eroica mount, but I'd ride my '88 ST in a hearbeat. Has a compact crank and a 34 big cog, takes 32's, rides well on gravel. SR would be awesme on a paved course on 25's, but that's a little narrow for Eroica roads.
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Nice score on that Black Lightning, WolfRyder. All over that black and gold Superbe pro jewelry.

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Anyways, just tonight I got back into the Viscount project.... a slowww project.

Spotted this one on ebay for $125:

1975 Viscount Road Bike! Nice! Beautiful! Great Deal! Nice! | eBay

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Originally Posted by crank_addict
Nice score on that Black Lightning, WolfRyder. All over that black and gold Superbe pro jewelry.

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Anyways, just tonight I got back into the Viscount project.... a slowww project.

Spotted this one on ebay for $125:

1975 Viscount Road Bike! Nice! Beautiful! Great Deal! Nice! | eBay

The Seller even had a best offer up and I got it @ $320 + shipping. Yeah those Gold/Blk Superbe bits are like jewelry. Nice shape too, have toyed with the thought of gold plating them and finding a special, yet to be determined, black frameset to build the groupo up with. The Alumminati probably wouldn't approve, but the Superbe Pro bits were really the reason I wanted the bike.

I have a Viscount also, neat bikes and seem to be pretty cheap.
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C&V bonanza, mostly sporty, but includes a Miyata tourer. Decent prices.

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/5998518480.html

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1983 Lotus Classique 59cm $375

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Seems like something a person could want here...

Superbe Pro cranks, 172.5, $60.

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This guy is selling some nice bikes out of a collection. I'm going to watch this one close.


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Originally Posted by thumpism
C&V bonanza, mostly sporty, but includes a Miyata tourer. Decent prices.

1982 Miyata 1000 Touring 18-speed 58cm $280
This is a steal, the bike looks to be in great shape, and it's my size. But I won't ask you to grab it for me. I just picked up a very nice 1988 Miyata 615, which has 700c rather than the 27" wheels on a 1982 touring bike.
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Originally Posted by sloar
This guy is selling some nice bikes out of a collection. I'm going to watch this one close.
The seller is a forum member.
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That makes me feel better, because I'm gonna try and get it.
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I've never heard of Barclay before, but the bike is beautiful, and reasonably priced.
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Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
I've never heard of Barclay before, but the bike is beautiful, and reasonably priced.
I like that one also, but I've wanted a Merckx with 7-11 paint for awhile now.
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Originally Posted by KonAaron Snake
I've never heard of Barclay before, but the bike is beautiful, and reasonably priced.
Hah, the next custom bike I have built will sport that color scheme.

A southern Minnesota forum member has a Kvale painted in that scheme.

A real knockout.

BTW No clue about Barclay either.
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