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Ladies Specialized Sequoia Road Bike Made in Japan - $280 (Boston)







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model name / number: Sequoia
size / dimensions: Ladies size
For sale is a Specialized Sequoia bicycle with 8-speed rear and 3-speed crankset for 24 speeds overall. This is a women's frame for someone between 5'4" and 5'8" tall. This Sequoia has 700c wheels with 35 mm tires to help tame the tough MA road surfaces. The Sequoia blends a high-quality frame, excellent components and a geometry for comfortable sport/tour road riding.
53cm frame.
700X35 tires

This bicycle was over $1100 when new. You can buy it for $280.
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Vintage Trek 660 Men's Road Bike - $195 (Framingham)








Vintage Trek 660 12 Speed Road Bike. In very good condition. Has a 22" seat post. Has Mavic G-40 700C wheels with Campagnolo hubs. This is a high end road bike from the early 80's. $195, please call 508-241-7206.
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Indiana Peloton

Did anyone here snag this? Went cheap.

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Yes, if the price stays low it's a good buy I think, but it'll take some work to get it looking good again. I lucked out, mine was in almost mint condition - it was the original owner's spare bike and rarely got ridden. Took me awhile to get over my fear of tubulars but now it's one of my favorite rides.
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Bay Area members: It may be too late for this, but this FREE mixte sure looks clean.

office dividers, shelving, twin bed, wood flooring, tools, bike, etc. (san rafael)


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Looks like a 1989 Miyata 1400. Very nice bike.

https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/bi...291354238.html

Miyata Road Bike 5'5 to 6' - $200 (Metro West or MBTA)



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Miyata Road Bike
55 cm frame.
Very good quality Road Racing bike.
Well kept.
Super lightweight.
Ready to ride.
Great for student looking for quality bike to get around the city.
Also good for training or a road race.
Best suited for someoride 5'5" to 6' (give or take).
Priced At $200 Firm.
This is a great deal for this quality. Price around. Will not last.
do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers
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Very Rare Miele Possible Colnago Build - $550 (Metrowest)



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When people refer to a "barn find" the first thing that comes to mind is something like a 1963 Corvette split-window coupe, but in the world of steel bikes, today's offering may very well be the "barn find" of the year........for your perusal, a mid 1980s build from a Canadian bike builder with Italian connections (owner was Italian), high end models from this company are very well regarded and sought after by both collectors and riders, this one is a 14 speed with Shimano Dura-Ace and Suntour Superbe Pro mix, built on a 21.5 (54 cm) Columbus DB Tubing (period-correct decal), typical Meile 2-toned paint job, this one is iridescent white and blue with Miele Cicle decals on the seat and down tubes, previous owner used the bike as a billboard for other decals, and these should be removed by the new owner to restore original appearance, otherwise the original paint is largely intact, and should be cleaned and preserved with a quality clear coat for premium vintage look..............the "barn find" designation refers to the frame provenance, reportedly there were a few Mieles that had Colnago frames, and this could very well be one of them, the steel fork is fully chromed, has a sloping crown, "M"s carved into the crown, and forged drop outs (front and rear) marked "Miele". Bottom bracket also has cut outs typical of a Colnago build. Seat stays painted with Miele engraved into each at the seat tube, bottom stay is painted, chain stay is chromed.

Additional specifications as follows"

RD: Dura-Ace
FD: Suntoure Superbe on a braze-on frame bracket
Levers: Dura-Ace on braze-ons
Crank: Suntour Cyclone (likely a replacement of an earlier Dura-Ace, sad)
Pedals, SPD, Richie (crap)
Brakes and Levers: Suntour Superbe Pro (Painted WHITE!!!!!)
Wheelsets: Dura-Ace low-flange hubs, Matrix ISO C-11 700 aero rims, stainless spokes (32), Michelin (France) Axial Sport Tyres
Bar: 3TTT 42CM Competizione Racing Team Service Merckx bend, blue and white foam tape (the 80's!!!!)
Stem: 3TTT Pinarello Pantographed Quill, looks like 100mm (4 inches center to center)
Seat and Post, Vetta (white ventilated, the 80's!!!) and unmarked forged post, crappy bolt, my guess, swap out or theft replacement

Bike rides out fine now, by really needs a total tune-up, including BB re-packing and/or replacement. Pads are good, index shifting works but needs adjustment (slight chain chattering on the free wheel now), if I was going to keep, the cranks and rings would get replaced with proper period-correct Dura-Ace. As far as configuration , this is a quick, very smooth and comfortable frame geometry, not too tight like a criterium, just right for fast, responsive rides, I am 5'10" and the cockpit is a tight fit for me, my guess, would be perfect for the 5'5" to 5'8" rider. Certainly open to reasonable offers, but please, nothing ridiculous.
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Not the cheapest bike up here, but I think this one deserves mention.

1983 Colnago Super w/50th Anniversary Super Record - $2500 (Oakridge)






Used, but the overall wear on the groupset appears to be relatively low based on the photos.
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...283221342.html

Very Rare Miele Possible Colnago Build - $550 (Metrowest)




..............the "barn find" designation refers to the frame provenance, reportedly there were a few Mieles that had Colnago frames, and this could very well be one of them, the steel fork is fully chromed, has a sloping crown, "M"s carved into the crown, and forged drop outs (front and rear) marked "Miele". Bottom bracket also has cut outs typical of a Colnago build. Seat stays painted with Miele engraved into each at the seat tube, bottom stay is painted, chain stay is chromed.
I think this guy is building this bike up a lot. Did Miele really have Colnago built frames? I could see Italian contract bikes (although wouldn't Marinoni be more likely?) but Colnago for a basic SL, if it is, with no frills save a chrome fork?

Me thinks he should have done more research before cashing in a $50 yard sale bike. DA hubs on Matrix rims makes me think the Suntour may be OEM and the DA shifters and wheels a later replacement.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I think this guy is building this bike up a lot. Did Miele really have Colnago built frames? I could see Italian contract bikes (although wouldn't Marinoni be more likely?) but Colnago for a basic SL, if it is, with no frills save a chrome fork?

Me thinks he should have done more research before cashing in a $50 yard sale bike. DA hubs on Matrix rims makes me think the Suntour may be OEM and the DA shifters and wheels a later replacement.
I agree with you. I remember hearing rumors that Rossin built some Mieles, and some Mieles had crimped and/or channeled tubing, but more like the Rossin tubes. As far as I recall, the Colnago Masters with Gilco were quite pronounced, the Rossins (and Mieles) were more subtle...
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I believe this is one of OFG's frames.

De Rosa Professsional 57cm - $700

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So anyone know what Bridgestone 400s are worth?
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1986 Cannondale ST500 for just $215 with low flange Campagnolo hubs and Weinmann concave rims! 25" frame size. Sugino AT triple crankset and some other stuff, but seriously, the frame and wheels are worth more than asking price, IMO. Beautiful navy blue metallic (I have a same-year SR frameset). This used to be $245 (also a great price) and is now less. Don't make me rescue this, as well! I am flush with Cannondale ST affection. Perhaps, as soon as I can sell the bike I have for sale, I will take this in................

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Originally Posted by ACH57
So anyone know what Bridgestone 400s are worth?
Please post your inquiry in the Appraisals forum. Classic and Vintage Bicycles: Whats it Worth? Appraisals and Inquiries - Bike Forums
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Overpriced item and inflated sales rhetoric, but a nice bike. Not the Brooks the bike would originally have had, and not all Campy is created equal. And I believe you can make out Weinmann concave clincher rims on the bike. Whatever. I was going to post this in the "Wacky" thread but thought someone might really want it. You could ride it to victory in the '77 TdF just as the seller did.

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1978 Raleigh Competition GS full Campagnolo - $625 (Midlothian)



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Very clean, all original Raleigh Competition GS road bike. As ridden to victory in the 1977 Tour De France. Full Campagnolo kit from seat post to pedals! Original and nice Brooks leather saddle. Paint is in very good condition. Tires are dry rotted and take glue-ups. These are selling in the 1,000 range on eBay, so price is pretty firm.
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Looks like the same garage door has a much better deal on a DB.

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Diamond Back by Centurion Master TG Road Bike - $75 (Midlothian)



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Needs cables, and probably a repaint or some stickers! Its all there though. Large frame, 58cm. Cool classic if given some TLC
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And there's this, a pretty unusual Klein. I don't recall having seen one of these before.

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Klein Palomino Mountain Bike - $200 (Midlothian)





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Klein Palomino full suspension mountain bike. Don't know much about it, picked it up at a yard sale. Everything appears to be working. Probably needs a tune up.
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Beautiful. Price is up in the nosebleed section, of course...

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Beautiful. Price is up in the nosebleed section, of course...

Rare Red Alex Singer Audax Randonneuse Bike 59cm Csuka Chrome Headtube

I'm starting to look for color scheme options for a project and this one just went into the saved category.

What a pretty bike.
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That bike is pretty but the RD is really fugly
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Originally Posted by gomango
I'm starting to look for color scheme options for a project and this one just went into the saved category.

What a pretty bike.
That be mine, can work a deal for the BF folk

Any of the smaller guys looking for an old DeRosa (not mine)
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Agreed @Bianchigirll, that RD does look out of place on this one to me - different strokes.... Same seller also has a J.P. Weigle - not as keen on it's color scheme (I'm a sucker for red) but also a nice bike.

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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
That bike is pretty but the RD is really fugly
It is mine and I agree, a case of Function over form. This bike is a tad too small or I would never ever sell. The original owner went with the Chris King hub and Shimano derailleur and it works flawlessly. If I were to keep, I would go Grand Bois hub with a more classic derailleur.
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Originally Posted by Vonruden
That be mine, can work a deal for the BF folk

Any of the smaller guys looking for an old DeRosa (not mine)
https://www.ebay.com/itm/182748011173
Very nice bikes. Interesting that you also deal in classic comics, you certainly have a diverse lineup there. :-)
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Originally Posted by Vonruden
It is mine and I agree, a case of Function over form. This bike is a tad too small or I would never ever sell. The original owner went with the Chris King hub and Shimano derailleur and it works flawlessly. If I were to keep, I would go Grand Bois hub with a more classic derailleur.
OH yeah as soon as I saw that HUGE 39T cog on the cassette I realized the reason for it.
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OH yeah as soon as I saw that HUGE 39T cog on the cassette I realized the reason for it.
Works well on my Ebisu

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