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Old 10-07-18, 06:31 AM
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Look closely and you'll see signs of the infamous orange Haro "fade" on the top tube. Don't leave this one in the sun.

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...716850038.html

HARO Escape XL Mountain/Cruiser - $180 (Richmond)











bicycle type: mountain
brake type: cantilever
condition: like new
frame size: 20.5 inch XL
handlebar type: bullhorn
make / manufacturer: HARO
model name / number: ESCAPE
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 26 in
Beautiful vintage HARO Escape in like new condition. All paint, frame and wheels are excellent and the bike's 3x7 (21 speeds) shift very smoothly and hit all gears via Deore thumb-shifters. Garvin Flex-Stem. Shimano Exage 400 derailleurs and crankset with bio-pace chain rings. wheels are undamaged spin smooth and true. New cables and housings for brakes and derailleurs. New brake pads. XL 20.5 inch frame is for a rider 5'11" - 6'3" tall. Wheels are 26-inch. Check out this unique bike.
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Boulder Bikes Paris-Roubaix dual suspension raod bike - $250 (Amelia Court House)





bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: good
frame size: 53 cm
handlebar type: flat
make / manufacturer: Boulder Bikes
model name / number: Paris-Roubaix
suspension: frame and fork (full suspension)
wheel size: 700C
This dual suspension road bike was custom built for the Paris-Roubaix race or that style/type of riding. The frame is from Boulder Bikes, a Colorado custom builder. The components are an eclectic selection to meet the special needs of this riding style.
It has an aluminum frame with an aluminum rear triangle pivoted near the BB with an air shock mounted at the top of the seat tube. It has a shock fork.
They are painted a cheerful bright yellow that shows some scratches and chips.
The level top tube is 54m center-to-center and the seat tube is 53 cm creating a 31 inch standover height. This is the right size for someone 5'6" to 5'11".
It has Shimano 21 speed thumb shifters (7x3), and a Sachs rear derailleur. It has Campagnolo triple cranks with 52/39/32 chainrings. The brakes are also Campagnolo Veloce. The wheels have Phil Wood seealed hubs with Mavic rims and 700x28 Continental Gatorskin tires. The aluminum alloy handlebars are 42cm wide, held by a Ritchey stem.
Platform pedals with or without clips and straps are included.
For sale for $350.
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I am retired. Biking is my full time hobby; I ride, build, buy and sell so I can help others get a good deal and then try something new myself.
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Bridgestone MB-3, Ritchey Logic - $275 (Acton)



Bridgestone MB-3 mountain bike, 20.5" cobalt blue Ritchey Logic steel frame. Ritchey Logic front fork, headset, leather saddle, brakes, stem, bars, and bar ends. Ritchey Vantage rims with near new Kenda 1.5 street tires.
Shimano components throughout including XT thumb shifters and XT rear derailleur. Blackburn rack. Super nice bike with some nicks and scratches but no dents or rust. Collectible bike. Please leave a name and number if interested.
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
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Bridgestone MB-3, Ritchey Logic - $275 (Acton)


Bridgestone MB-3 mountain bike, 20.5" cobalt blue Ritchey Logic steel frame.
Are mountain bike frame sizes comparable to road bike frame sizes? That works out to roughly 52cm, which may fit me.
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Originally Posted by RichSPK
Are mountain bike frame sizes comparable to road bike frame sizes? That works out to roughly 52cm, which may fit me.
the sizes are not directly transferable- 20.5 is probably for someone around 5'10-6'. I like a 21.5 and I am 6'2
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the sizes are not directly transferable- 20.5 is probably for someone around 5'10-6'. I like a 21.5 and I am 6'2
Yow! That's a big difference!

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by thumpism
While we're posting old Kronoses (Kronii?) - alas, a rather icky upright bar convo:
https://madison.craigslist.org/bik/d...704603813.html

old school Giant Kronos 14sp bike - $30


Originally Posted by thumpism
Look closely and you'll see signs of the infamous orange Haro "fade" on the top tube. Don't leave this one in the sun.

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...716850038.html

HARO Escape XL Mountain/Cruiser - $180 (Richmond)

And it's not just the orange. I have a "hi-viz" yellow Impulse Comp, previous owner had something (I'm forgetting now, maybe a u-lock bracket) bolted to the top tube. When I removed it, the paint was noticeably darker in the spot not exposed to light.
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Originally Posted by RichSPK
Yow! That's a big difference!

Thanks!
there are a ton of small mtb out there as the marketing was to teens a lot of the time. its far harder to find the big ones. 18 might fit you. get one you wont regret it. usually great value for the price - as long as you don't plan to actually ride mountain trails...\

here is a rare frame for you:

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bik...709348729.html
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Two (late) lugged MTBs for the price of one. Good drop bar material here...
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1978 Team Raleigh (Ti)

Hi All,
I just bought a 1978 Raleigh Competition GS from a guy who had another bike for sale. Perhaps someone here might be looking for this. Hereís what he just texted me.

Team Raleigh (Ti) 753 (built in Ilkston factory under Gerald O. Donavan's oversight) for sale. In same or better condition as your Competition GS. I believe it's 58 cm and a 1978 model. One owner before me. Currently unassembled in box. Offered for $2K firm.

I did not see this bike and donít know anything more about it. My transaction with him was up and up. The bike I bought was assembled and in original VG++ condition.

There is currently no CL/EBay ad for me to repost here that I know of. I think he was planning on assembling it for sale. Reply here and Iíll see what he wants to do about exchange of contact info. I donít know what shipping is possible.
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heck of a deal in the north of sf
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik...718494450.html

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Guerciotti for $150 in West Chester, OH on eBay for local pickup - https://www.ebay.com/itm/Guerciotti-...e/153208932880
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990's Land Shark/ Campagnolo Steel Road Bike - $250 (Cheshire)

Land Shark with Campy for only
$250
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Price is high... but itís cool
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Originally Posted by Evil Cisum
Hi All,
I just bought a 1978 Raleigh Competition GS from a guy who had another bike for sale. Perhaps someone here might be looking for this. Hereís what he just texted me.

Team Raleigh (Ti) 753 (built in Ilkston factory under Gerald O. Donavan's oversight) for sale. In same or better condition as your Competition GS. I believe it's 58 cm and a 1978 model. One owner before me. Currently unassembled in box. Offered for $2K firm.

I did not see this bike and donít know anything more about it. My transaction with him was up and up. The bike I bought was assembled and in original VG++ condition.

There is currently no CL/EBay ad for me to repost here that I know of. I think he was planning on assembling it for sale. Reply here and Iíll see what he wants to do about exchange of contact info. I donít know what shipping is possible.
Those SBDU Raleighs are indeed pretty special. Hand-built in the shop that made team bikes mid-70s to mid-80s. I have one in my size, or I'd be interested.
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24'' Nishiki Comp III $150.00

Not me.
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That is a handsome bike.
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If I had a man-cave to put it in....

...and if I ever heard of these tires
https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bo...718376224.htmlAntique US Royal Bicycle Tire Clock - $250 (westwood)



US Royal Bicycle Tire clock
14" diameter, runs nice shape. Email Chuck

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If I had a man-cave to put it in...

...and if I ever heard of these tires...

https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bo...718376224.html

Antique US Royal Bicycle Tire Clock - $250 (westwood)



US Royal Bicycle Tire clock
14" diameter, runs nice shape. Email Chuck
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^^^^^^ Now known as Uniroyal.

BTW, there was probably one company that made the electromechanical clockworks for all/most of those old wall clocks. They were insanely accurate. I found one at a garage sale that was a 24-hour version. Hour hand literally went from 0 to 23. Central disc had a world map that would act as a guide to what time it was somewhere else in the world. Bigeffin' chrome outer housing. Looked like something that should hang in the war room in Dr. Strangelove. Motor was noisy as hell, but I don't think it gained or lost more than a few seconds over years of continuous operation. Wish I'd taken a pic of it before I gave it to a co-worker.

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Is this a Ross? The ball end stem seems familiar and so does the chrome.

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bo...714478769.html

Chrome 10 Speed
Bike FRAME as seen
In photo Good condition
Not many scratches
Includes Handel Bars
Seat in bad condition
Crank is a vintage SAKAE CR
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Peddles seem to be heavy duty
But in ruff condition
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Originally Posted by madpogue View Post
While we're posting old Kronoses (Kronii?) - alas, a rather icky upright bar convo:
https://madison.craigslist.org/bik/d...704603813.htmlold school Giant Kronos 14sp bike - $30

Well, she's home.

In all her dusty glory. Doesn't appear to have been "rode hard and put up wet", just left to gather cruddy dust. Dude went down to $25 before I could even ask.

Frame is triple-butted CrMo. Fork is CrMo. One of the last of these with a lugged frame, I think.


This bar must go! I did just enough work to make it rideable (air in the tires, non-effed-up seatpost), and except for that unnervingly bad steering position, it's great. Fast and responsive. Indexed 7-speed downtube shifting is flawless. Frame is a wee bit short seat-tube-wise, but the top-tube is just about right. So a tall enough stem/seatpost will fit the bill. Bar is already removed. Plenty of drop bars in "inventory", but I know I haven't bought any drop bar levers in recent memory, so I was fixin' to drop some more coin. Thenk I recalled that we bought a seriously abused old late '80s Nishiki back in the spring. Turns out frame had a crack, which we didn't see at time of purchase. Well, it has a set of no-name aero levers. So I'll just throw on the whole bar/stem/levers combo (tape is usable) for a few sanity-check rides.


Finish on the drive side was much more chipped up, which explains the single NDS pic in the ad. Has a bit of gold-ish metallic / flake in it; gonna be a challenge for my wife to match up.


Still has all the Exagerie, except, alas, the brake levers. Yes, I'll find some plugs/covers..... No pic of the cassette; it's no corn-cob, but it's no hill climber either. With that, and the 53, she's geared on the high side.

Some serious ham-handery, probably by whoever had it before this guy. Besides the "mishandlebar":


The pedals,ugh! Well, we just picked up a GT bullet 24"-er; for which these would be appropriate, and are better than what it has.

(No pics yet) Rims (unbranded) were drilled out for schrader, but then prestas were used again, with sleeves. Works, but icky.

Seat post was missing the bolt and the little curvy nut that it threads into. They managed to squeeze a plain-old zinc plated bolt/nut in there, with a hilarious stack of flat/lock washers. Major fail, the saddle was loose as soon as I picked it up,

This should be a quick turnaround, and a barrel of fun. Only unknowns are:
* What color tape/wrap? I already have yellow on that dark red '82-ish Trek (Ruby) I picked up earlier; it picks up the yellow bands in the seat tube panel. So that would be out of place on this bike. White gets dirty as soon as I come into the same ZIP code as the handlebar, so that's out. Maybe just the old standby black.
* Should I go for a set of Tektro (or the like) cheaters, since I'm redoing brake cables? Ruby came with some, and I kinda like. Picked up a set at a thrift store sale a while back; I was gonna put them on the wife's Diamond Back Momentum. Speaking of which, this bike is about the same year, and it's the same red/white color scheme. The two are gonna look cool together.

Local bike co-op has one of these up on eBay ATM. Next size larger, same color, better finish, the RIGHT bar/levers, replacement front wheel, old school Look pedals. Move the decimal over one.

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Originally Posted by Kactus
That looks fantastic. The seller is taking offers so someone may want to try that option after it sits for several weeks.
The Peugeot PX10 listing is gone after two weeks, but the other listings from that orange-storage-unit-door guy are still up.
Wonder if he sold it for anywhere near asking price (believe it started at $875 and was maybe dropped to $5xx). It was a nice bike.
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