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Old 07-25-18, 04:57 AM
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vintage bridgestone rb2 - $250 (manchester)




bicycle type: road
condition: excellent
frame size: 23in
make / manufacturer: bridgestone
model name / number: rb2
wheel size: 24 in

vintage bridgestone rb2 road bike in great condition. $250

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Cannondale M500 Bicycle - $100 (PRINCE GEORGE)






bicycle type: mountain
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make / manufacturer: Cannondale
model name / number: M500
wheel size: 26 in
Cannondale M500 Bicycle, 26 in
Minor rust on cables and tires need air
Other than that, this bicycle is ready to go.
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HARO Impulse Comp - $300 (Richmond)


bicycle type: mountain
brake type: caliper
condition: excellent
electric assist: none
frame size: 19.5 inch
handlebar type: flat
make / manufacturer: HARO
model name / number: Impulse Comp
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 26 in
"Raised Chainstay" 19.5 inch HARO in excellent condition. Frame, fork and wheels are undamaged (other than some minor scratches on the top tube). Shimano Deore Exage 400 derailleurs, cranks, and shifters. 3x7 (21 speed) shifters work perfectly and the wheels roll smooth and true. This unique bike comes equipped with multi-purpose tires and 2 extra mountain bike tires, so it can be ridden as a cruiser or trail bike.
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Pretty rare Vagabond or UO-14 tourer, if I'm not mistaken.

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...652581694.html

Vintage Peugeot Road Bike - $100 (West End - University of Richmond Area)


bicycle type: road
brake type: cantilever
condition: good
electric assist: none
frame size: Medium (about 54
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Peugeot
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 700C
Vintage Steel Peugeot Road Bike that has been recently updated. I replaced the shifter cables / housing, brake cables / housing, shifter levers, brake levers, pink SRAM handlebar tape, new pulley wheels in the rear derailleur, and a new seat. It is a Medium size (about a 54 cm I would estimate), and is a 12 speed (2 x 6).

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I am asking $100 OBO

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There were lots of these in shops back in the day but you almost never see them on the used market. They also made them with rear suspension.

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Bike-E Recumbent bicycle - $250 (Hopewell)






bicycle type: recumbent/trike
condition: good
frame size: 16"
make / manufacturer: Bike-E
wheel size: 14 in

Very clean Bike E recumbent bicycle from late 90s I think. Blue paint on aluminum frame is not even oxidized - looks great. Gears shift smoothly although the internal rear hub shifting (left handlebar shifter) is a bit stiff since I don't use it much. This bike is very comfortable, light (29 lbs), and quite easy to ride - your rea-end will "Never" hurt in this seat either! This model Bike-E does Not have that little shock suspension under the seat. Feel free to make me an offer too but No low ball offers please.

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Originally Posted by thumpism
I picked up one of these for $75 this spring. Hi-viz yellow. Needed a little work, but it had mostly been maintained well. It's a crazy bike, along with the e-stay, the rear triangle is not symmetrical; the drive side is "wider", to accomodate the driveline I have yet to pull the wheel and determine by how much, but obviously the rim is not centered between the axle nuts. Artifact of the halcyon days of inspired MTB frame design.

Here's a tall cool one - another vintage 620, looks like a year older than the one above. Would be a perfect fit for one of my riding buddies, but I just can't get him interested in anything C&V. He looks at our bikes and just shrugs.

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Vintage '83 TREK 620 in Biggest Size - Great Condition - $295 (Oconomowoc)



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Gotta wonder whazzup with this - note the location. Found in the pole shed, maybe?....
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Reynolds 753 tubing set - $250 (Waterloo)

For sale is one full set of Reynolds 753 light weight bicycle frame tubing, this is from 1980 and still in perfect shape! For the serious frame builder only! call Bernie at 920 253-57two 9 $250 or best reasonable offer!

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Mooney! And it is red (the fastest color)!

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Custom Bicycle - $1000 (Arlington)







Local craftsman built road bike,
21.5"/48.4cm frame size (seat tube length) good fit for riders 5'6" - 5'"9. Fastback style frame, (chainstays fasten to the back of the seat tube rather than on each side of the tube).
Components: Campagnolo derailleurs and crank, Cinelli bottom bracket and stem, Triple T handlebars, Phil Wood sealed hubs, Shimano peddles and Shimano Gran Compe brakes, Vittoria high pressure tires mounted on ABT sun rim wheels and Avocet racing saddle III.
All components are original to the 1977 built bike except for the peddles, wheels and tires. Have original peddles if desired.
In excellent condition except for very minor paint chips, no dents or kinks in frame and always stored indoors.
Bike mountable Blackburn pump, water bottle and Topeak zippered compact storage pack included.
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Cannondale - $150 (Holden, MA)

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Bianchi Brava - $250 (Sterling, MA)

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Schwinn Voyaguer SP - $160 (Naperville, IL)

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1985 Schwinn Super Sport - $200 (Bolingbrook, IL)

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Schwinn Voyageur - $170 (crystal lake, IL)

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Schwinn Paramount - $1200 (Arapahoe)




"frame size: 24" large frame
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Schwinn
model name / number: Paramount
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 26 in
Schwinn Paramount, very good condition, great vintage road bike"

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You got it - '84 Vagabond. Mangalite tubing with that running gear is a dead gievaway. PB14 a year or two before also used same and is quite similar as far as frame amenities go. Rare, but still uses a swaged crank, IIRC. Price is right for condition and what it is.

Originally Posted by thumpism
Pretty rare Vagabond or UO-14 tourer, if I'm not mistaken.

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...652581694.html


EDIT: Had to go dig it up, here's the catalog pic. Compare to one from ad.



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Specs say the crank is a Stronglight 99 and we have one just like it (satin finished Peugeot-branded later version 99) on my wife's Chiorda-turned-MTB. The centerpull bike I posted must be older than your catalog canti version (cantileversion?). I've only ever seen one in the metal, sold at a Burlington VT shop I worked at.

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Originally Posted by thumpism
Specs say the crank is a Stronglight 99 and we have one just like it (satin finished Peugeot-branded later version 99) on my wife's Chiorda-turned-MTB. The centerpull bike I posted must be older than your catalog canti version (cantileversion?). I've only ever seen one in the metal, sold at a Burlington VT shop I worked at.
You're right. I didn't notice the cantis, I was just looking at the pic. I swore the crankset there was the Peugeot-branded crankset which was used on the PH10 variants of the early-mid 80s. Looking at the pics on both, it looks like it is actually a 99.

'83 UO 14 is a better match due to brakes, but you already said that I overlooked it because it lacked the Mangalite sticker on the ST and was convinced it was an '84.


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Moser near Philly, local pickup only. $400 BIN or current 0-bid at $250 and ends in 5 hours.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/moser-bicycle/332725331743

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Originally Posted by francophile
You're right. I didn't notice the cantis, I was just looking at the pic. I swore the crankset there was the Peugeot-branded crankset which was used on the PH10 variants of the early-mid 80s. Looking at the pics on both, it looks like it is actually a 99.
Here's a closeup of that crank.
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Nishiki Cresta Touring Bike - $150 (Groton, MA)




Customized Nishiki Cresta Touring Bike

I bought this bike new but seldom rode it. I love the way it feels and handles but shortly after I bought it, I bought a hybrid with wider tires since we moved next to a unpaved bike trail. When it was new, I upgraded the bike with more gears than the Crestas were coming with and raised the handle bar for more comfortable riding. The tires are high pressure, puncture resistant. It also comes with the origial rear rack. It rides great and there are only a couple of small scratches.

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Suntour mountek derailleurs
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trek bike - $80 (Nashua)






trek 18 speed road bike. this bike is light weight and works great, it does need new tires but they still work.
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Originally Posted by francophile
Moser near Philly, local pickup only. $400 BIN or current 0-bid at $250 and ends in 5 hours.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/moser-bicycle/332725331743

That might have been a great deal. Ebay is (more) annoying now in that they take you to a "similar" bike instead of the one of interest if the auction has ended. Anyway, I have the same bike with the spray on "Francesco Moser" logo instead of F. Moser. They don't pop up very often and I'd like to compare notes if someone here got it.
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Originally Posted by Spaghetti Legs
Ebay is (more) annoying now in that they take you to a "similar" bike instead of the one of interest if the auction has ended.
+1; I wish there were a switch to turn that "feature" off. But near the top it says "The listing you're looking for is no longer available blah blah blah....", and the word "listing" is a link back to the original item. Kind of a PITA, but at least "ya can get they-ah from he-ah".
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Originally Posted by madpogue
+1; I wish there were a switch to turn that "feature" off. But near the top it says "The listing you're looking for is no longer available blah blah blah....", and the word "listing" is a link back to the original item. Kind of a PITA, but at least "ya can get they-ah from he-ah".
Exactly what I was coming to post. The word Listing is linked. Click it, then you need to scroll down (past all the garbage) on the page it takes you to.


Oh and @Spaghetti Legs there were 0 bids, so you may want to save a search on the seller if you're interested during re-list. It's listed at least a couple of times with no buyers. I'm pretty surprised. Looks like it's a better model than the Sprint, but lesser than the Super Sprint.
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Originally Posted by francophile
Exactly what I was coming to post. The word Listing is linked. Click it, then you need to scroll down (past all the garbage) on the page it takes you to.

Oh and @Spaghetti Legs there were 0 bids, so you may want to save a search on the seller if you're interested during re-list. It's listed at least a couple of times with no buyers. I'm pretty surprised. Looks like it's a better model than the Sprint, but lesser than the Super Sprint.
The auction has two crappy pictures and a total of 7 words. Do people think they will sell anything that way?
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