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Old 06-20-18, 10:55 PM
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Originally Posted by rocks in head
The 24' comes with as it's a rare size to get.
Yeah, I would say a 24-FOOT front wheel is a rare size.....
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LeMond Zurich - $300 (Vancouver), a give away at approximately $250.00 US

Looks to be in nice shape, mostly original, if any one is interested I likely can assist with facilitation and transporting across the border.
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Turistas for sale! A Dude and a Loop for a C-note a pop!

1970 Raleigh Tourist Bicycles - Male and Female - $100 (Shockoe Bottom)



condition: good
For sale is a unique bicycle set. A Male and Female set of early 1970s Raleigh Tourist Bicycles. Raleigh is a British made bicycle known fo their quality bikes. These are collectors, and rare to find a matching set. They are in great shape. While the paint does show their age, mechanically they are flawless.

The first picture shows two similar bikes, the other pictures are of my actual bikes.

I love their look and they have been in my apartment as show-pieces for the last few years, but they have both been refurbished and are ready to ride today. Perfect buy for a couple who wants to take a cruise in style.

-Original Leather Seats, still soft
-Both have their own attachable (working) tire pumps
-Nearly everything is original
-New tires (note the tread and whiskers in the pictures)
-recently replaced brake pads.
-No Rust on the gears/chain

I am asking only $100 per bike as I need these gone quickly (I'd like to sell as a set). OBO.
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Death Fork Be Damned, It's $10

Viscount - $10



"The best feature of this bike is the nicely brazed, steel frame. This would not be a particularly good bike for the average person to purchase but rather someone who is interested in this frame, collects bikes, or has a special interest in the old Viscount line. This frame was made in England. The shifters are not indexed but friction shifters. The orginal brakes have been replaced. The wheels are 27 inch (not 500s). The aluminum seat post has become "welded" into the steel frame. At least, I can't move it. I'm moving and don't have room for it anymore. If anyone has an interest, I would like to see them get the bike before I trash it."

https://charlotte.craigslist.org/bik...622849702.html
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^^^^^ The wheels are "not 500s"? Who knew?....
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Old 06-21-18, 04:38 PM
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That is a steel fork, probably from the Viscount-sponsored recall that occurred back then.
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Viscount - $10



"The best feature of this bike is the nicely brazed, steel frame. This would not be a particularly good bike for the average person to purchase but rather someone who is interested in this frame, collects bikes, or has a special interest in the old Viscount line. This frame was made in England. The shifters are not indexed but friction shifters. The orginal brakes have been replaced. The wheels are 27 inch (not 500s). The aluminum seat post has become "welded" into the steel frame. At least, I can't move it. I'm moving and don't have room for it anymore. If anyone has an interest, I would like to see them get the bike before I trash it."

https://charlotte.craigslist.org/bik...622849702.html
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https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...623347183.html

51cm Torpado Nuovo Sprint - Rebuilt - Beautiful - $500 (Providence)





51cm Torpado Nuovo Sprint circa 1985. Frame is made from Columbus Aelle tubing. Campagnolo front and rear drop outs, Campagnolo Nuovo Gran Sport derailleurs, Ofmega crankset and headset. Universal side pull brakes. Brooks leather saddle. Miche hubs and Ambrosio rims.

Bike has been completely disassembled, cleaned, polished, rebuilt, and tuned up. New bearings in the wheels and headset. New tires, bar tape, cables and housing!

Come ride this beauty!
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Looks like an 82 Schwinn Voyageur with flat bars for $110?

Dope Schwinn Commuter size L - $110 hide this posting

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I worked at a bike shop for a few years, and restoring this bike was my pet project. Serviced/replaced everything a few years ago, down to each bearing. Currently rides awesome. Bike was a high end touring bike; with mounts for racks and carrying weight over mountain passes, so it always has a low enough gear to to go uphill! I know thats a bold claim, but I live near a super steep hill that you can calmly pedal the bike up at an easy speed. For my fellow bike nerds, it's low gear is 28x32. Not a typo, it's absurd. Gearing is the original awesome 3x5 setup.

Newer/non original parts are new brake pads, Continental puncture resistant tires, tubes, brake lines and brake cables, new shifter cables and housing, new chain, Titanium-rail Terry Butterfly seat, front and rear top of the line SKS fenders, stainless steel flat pedals, and has been converted to a flat bar with new brake levers with the proper pull ratio. Paint job isn't original, it was done well but shows a few signs of age.

Super comfortable lugged frame with double butted steel tubing. I call it size large. Since the way they measure frames now is different, I'd estimate this to be in the fit range of 56-58cm frame size. Short-ish top-tube provides a comfortable and aware upright riding position. Not the bike for someone wanting to stretch out into a racing position.

Hit me up with any questions about size or fitting, worked in a bike shop for years.

Firm on price. The saddle(seat) alone currently retails for $160, so no low ball offers. Cash only if purchasing. But I'm also interested in any sort of trade, so hit me up.
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Panasonic DX-3000 - $125 (Janesville, WI)

https://madison.craigslist.org/bik/d...621338346.html

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FUJI OPUS III - $225
Not on CL, but Facebook Market Place near Denver, CO. Clean looking bike. Wish I lived closer.
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This Pinarello Montello in Tucson looks to be in great shape and the price is only $500

https://tucson.craigslist.org/bik/d/...623350675.html



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Here's a nice looking Peter Mooney with Super Record for $600 in Manchester, NH

https://nh.craigslist.org/bik/d/clas...622068810.html



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Originally Posted by jet sanchEz
Here's a nice looking Peter Mooney with Super Record for $600 in Manchester, NH

https://nh.craigslist.org/bik/d/clas...622068810.html



Holy Crap!
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That's a nice looking Mooney and a good price.
I like mine a lot.
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Bianchi Celeste Champione (Lugged Frame / Champagnolo) 63 cm (NOS) - $695 (Billerica)


Selling a well preserved Italian Bianchi, all original Campy equipment "Made In Italy". Stored Hanging in Bedroom since 1997.
Wheels Bearings have been cleaned and re-packed with new grease. Original Tires and chain have no wear.
In Near Mint Condition, no dents or deep scratches (See Specs Below).

If you send your number and the best time to call, I'll call you ASAP. Thanks.

- Sizes: 63 cm, Colors: Celeste
- Hubs: Front: Campagnolo Avanti, Rear: Campagnolo Avanti cassette
- Rims: Campagnolo Mexico 68, 32-hole
- Tires: 700 x 23c Vittoria Techno Twin Tread
- Spoke Brand: Inox stainless steel, 2.0mm straight gauge
- Spoke Nipples: Brass nipples
- Brakeset: Campagnolo Mirage brakes, Campagnolo Mirage levers,
- Shift Levers: Campagnolo Mirage Ergo
- Derailleurs: Veloce Front, Mirage Rear
- Crank-set: Campagnolo Mirage 175 mm, 39/53 teeth
- Pedals: HTI steel/resin w/clips & straps
- Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo Mirage, 111 mm spindle
- BB Shell Width: 68mm English
- Rear Cogs: 8-speed, 12 - 23 teeth
- Seatpost: Selcof, 27.2 mm diameter
- Saddle: Selle Italia Expedia
- Handlebar: TTT Podium
- Headset: 1inch Miche Trofeo
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Univega tourer, 57cm-58cm or so. Pictures don't reveal the model, but components imply that it is worth checking out. Listed at $200-

listed twice:
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Anyone interested in this 1974 paramount frame? I'm in need of a 1974 nuovo record group for a Masi I'm building, I could buy the bike and ship the frame.

https://sandiego.craigslist.org/ssd/bik/d/schwinn-paramount/6618541825.html
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Large Univega, maybe 61cm-63cm, light blue. Is it a Viva Sport? Looks like Suntour Symmetric and BL. Listed at $110-

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Smaller Univega Viva Sport, light blue, maybe 55cm-56cm. $40-
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Pink Univega Gran Turismo, 58cm-59cm. Needs saddle and cockpit replaced, but otherwise appears to have original components, including the 40/36 spoke wheels. (If somebody pursues this one, it might be worth asking whether the owner retained the original bar/stem/levers etc.) Listed at $225-

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Old 06-22-18, 07:46 PM
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BELT Fujita seat for $30 - in "Wood dale". These seem to sell for more usually

https://chicago.craigslist.org/nwc/b...623311304.html


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Originally Posted by cyclist_obscura
Univega tourer, 57cm-58cm or so. Pictures don't reveal the model, but components imply that it is worth checking out. Listed at $200-

listed twice:
losangeles.craigslist.org/wst/bik/6595064384.html
losangeles.craigslist.org/wst/bik/6597312438.html
Yeah, I wouldn't call it an XL, but it's worth a call for that price.
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The Littlest Ironman. Who knew?

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Stumbled on this - Tall 70's Paramount, current bid < $250. Description says 'beat up' with broken kickstand. Doesn't look that bad to me though the presence of a kickstand raises a flag. Still, could be interesting for someone.

https://www.shopgoodwill.com/Item/54238695
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Tall Schwinn Prologue in VA for $195. Or a Protege - also starts with a P so sure, why not?

https://blacksburg.craigslist.org/bi...608118364.html

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