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Old 01-16-18, 09:35 PM
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vintage French road bike Bobet Herse Singer - $500 (BAINBRIDGE FERRY DISTRICT)


Nice complete vintage Louis Bobet road bike in original condition nice mix of period running gear with Reynolds 531 frame set

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This $90 Univega MTB in the S.F. area might be worth a look https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik...462545516.html

83 Bianchi Nuovo Racing n Denver for $450. I am pretty sure the wheels were replaced as were the brake calipers. https://denver.craigslist.org/bik/d/...463205974.html
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https://www.shopgoodwill.com/Item/47990821

Specialized Sirrus w/105 currently at $20 with 1 day left in Fairfield, CA


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A bit pricey but may interest someone

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Bottechia 57cm greg lemond tour de france Buffalo, Ny

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Bottecchia 57cm road bike 1989 Greg Lemond frame he used the year he won the Tour De France!! Campagnolo wheels, brakes and crank. Frame is Carnelli Handmade frame made in Italy with Columbus Aelle tubing. 14 speed Sun tour Radius derailleur with Continental Gator skin tires. Carbon fork and frame both in excellent condition original owner stored inside lightly ridden.

Asking 650 OBO
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Originally Posted by AngryFrankie
He says 52, but doesn't that headtube look more like a 54 or 55?

For comparision on size. My 54 cm clearly stamped on the BB.

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$149

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$599



These were noted for soft paint and in the few pics up the paint looks good. Maybe a very rarely used bike or at least pampered.
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Bottecchia Brooklyn, Ny

Not sure seller knows what he has as only mentions tires and wheels (unless rest is junk). There is only one photo. Parts appear to be a mixed bag but it is a Bottecchia, albeit one with stem shifters

Per ad:
Frame has minor rust well kept bike, recently completely overhauled. I've had this bike for years hasn't been rode a lot due to me being a construction worker and not having the energy to bike home. New gatorskin tires about ~10 miles on them (which is nothing)
Matching shimano 105 wheels complete and true. NOT a "fixy" picture taken in bike shop after over haul. 7/2017

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Originally Posted by Hardrock23
https://www.shopgoodwill.com/Item/47990821

Specialized Sirrus w/105 currently at $20 with 1 day left in Fairfield, CA


Dirt cheap. Too bad Fairfield is a couple hours away from me.
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Your bike looks awesome! Is that the nice old all silver 105 stuff? I messaged him and sizing made no sense. He said standover was 31.5 inches but, tube measurements center to center were "seat tube 19.5 inches top tube 20 inches". It's not a science, but I can look at the head tube by now and come really close to guessing a frame size. Weird. I think it's more like the size of your bike.
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Originally Posted by jamesdak
For comparision on size. My 54 cm clearly stamped on the BB.

Your bike looks awesome! Is that the nice old all silver 105 stuff? I messaged him and sizing made no sense. He said standover was 31.5 inches but, tube measurements center to center were "seat tube 19.5 inches top tube 20 inches". It's not a science, but I can look at the head tube by now and come really close to guessing a frame size. Weird. I think it's more like the size of your bike.
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Originally Posted by AngryFrankie
Your bike looks awesome! Is that the nice old all silver 105 stuff? I messaged him and sizing made no sense. He said standover was 31.5 inches but, tube measurements center to center were "seat tube 19.5 inches top tube 20 inches". It's not a science, but I can look at the head tube by now and come really close to guessing a frame size. Weird. I think it's more like the size of your bike.
Yeah, the angle of the shots make it hard to compare but to me it looks like the same size too. Have him flip it over to see if the size is stamped on it like mine.



Mines built with Tricolor Shimano 600. Don't mind the grime in this shot, it's from when I picked it up and before I cleaned it up.

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Any local bike kitchen people? https://sfbay.craigslist.org/pen/zip...463617725.html
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Miyata 1000, 100 yr anniversary edition, looks to be 52cm, $550.

Check out that fitting with the tiny post and massive stem...

https://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/...462593690.html

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Men's Specialized Sequoia Touring 18 Speed Bike - $350 (Framingham)











Men's Specialized Sequoia Touring 18 Speed Bike. Has a 20.5" seat post. In very good original condition. Bike is full of high end components. $350 or best offer. Please call 508-241-7206. NO TEXTS.
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Way WAY overpriced...

But you could sell the rollers to offset some of it.

And, for the love of Pete, get rid of that horrific stem.



Richard Sachs Racing bike (60 CM) - with Velodrome rollers - $3800







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Early 2000s Richard Sachs hand made steel framed racing bike with Dura-Ace shifters, brakes and rear derailleur, and Shimano Ultegra front derailleur. Includes parabolic roller trainer.
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Panasonic AR-6000 in Chicago area:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Panasonic-A...e/292411970554

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Nice looking, completely original Trek 720. $275

https://wichita.craigslist.org/bik/d...455734293.html
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Nishiki International, need work. $50.

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Panasonic AR-6000 in Chicago area:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Panasonic-A...e/292411970554

Should be fun to watch this one go. The sky is the limit.
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Vintage Specialized Stumpjumper Epic carbon frame Mountain Bike - $299 (capitola)

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A day and a half to go and still no bids at $350!



https://www.ebay.com/itm/1988-Andy-G...MAAOSw1QpaMiN1

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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
Way WAY overpriced...

But you could sell the rollers to offset some of it.

And, for the love of Pete, get rid of that horrific stem.



Richard Sachs Racing bike (60 CM) - with Velodrome rollers - $3800

Yah, well he paid $3000 for the bike when it was new 15 years ago, then another $8 for the ugly stem, so that's $3800 right there, not even counting inflation, c'mon man...
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63cm Ciocc

I can't make out what it says on the top tube, but it's full Campagnolo Cd'A with Shimano 6403 levers and DELTA calipers. Compositionally, to me, this bike is well done. Super tall, so of course I'm interested in it. Interested x2 with that near-vertical HT angle and appropriately nil-rake fork. Would be a fun test ride, but I don't want to be a tire kicker...

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