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Old 06-20-19, 10:29 AM
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this is a 1995 de rosa giro d'italia in a size 55cm. it was handbuilt in italy using top of the line columbus ELOS steel tubes. it has the original complete campagnolo chorus groupset. this bike has been on the road and has minor scuffs and could use some new cables and a clean, but in overall great condition, especially given its age. it's been my amazing nicer road bike for a few years, but i have to move and regrettably can't take it with me.
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Old 06-20-19, 11:33 AM
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Originally Posted by sdn40
I already have the twin frame in white with red lettering sitting in the basement awaiting inspiration. I was going to do some white racks and make a stormtrooper tourer but cooled on that idea. The paint and decals are 9.5/10.

I want to strip this black one and see how well I can touch it up and polish - but geez. Plus the tall bikes area dead end and I'm not getting any younger. I told him to call me if it doesn't sell and I'd give him $50. I suck.

Don't even start with the ebony and ivory thing
I just ran some geometry calcs through a CAD program and given the 72į HT + 2" of ST length/height increase, the top tube is effectively lengthened only 1.1cm. And at an effective 60.1cm, I can ride that. Straddling the bike would be..interesting. I may be high-centering a touch, so the bike would be super French fitting.

Guess who needs another tourer like a hole in the head, but is now looking to find 27" ST's???

$50 for that bike...just, don't want to think about how incredible a deal that is! Black touch-up paint will work extremely well on that.

I know exactly how I would 'stormtrooper' build that white ST of yours. I even have all the parts!

I need to stop going down this mental path..........
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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel
I just ran some geometry calcs through a CAD program and given the 72į HT + 2" of ST length/height increase, the top tube is effectively lengthened only 1.1cm. And at an effective 60.1cm, I can ride that. Straddling the bike would be..interesting. I may be high-centering a touch, so the bike would be super French fitting.

Guess who needs another tourer like a hole in the head, but is now looking to find 27" ST's???

$50 for that bike...just, don't want to think about how incredible a deal that is! Black touch-up paint will work extremely well on that.

I know exactly how I would 'stormtrooper' build that white ST of yours. I even have all the parts!

I need to stop going down this mental path..........
For your reference, the bike I have is 27" from center of bottom bracket to TOP of top tube. The top tube is 24" from center of head tube to center of seat tube.

Well they say that you should ride the biggest tourer possible - whoever they are. I guess the concept there is less stop and go, so standover complications aren't as relevant ? Blackburn racks are a dime a dozen around here so I have a few. I've also been meaning to pick this up for $10, just because my idea continues to percolate.

I've had the idea of painting front and rear racks to match a bike for a while now. Obviously black or white bike are the only ones that I would ever attempt. My idea was that the racks would look like they were built as part of the frame. A white skeletal structure then offset with the obvious black. It works in my head - but always the danger that it may look corny. Initial tests with the rear rack had me wanting to lengthen the rack legs (tall frame) to get the look I wanted - and that curtailed my idea. Other projects and life have gotten in the way since. I even wondered about a pvc tube tool carrier to mount on the bottom water bottle bracket to act as a mud flap as well.

Would also have to decide on shifters since it's 73 feet from top tube to shifter mount and I'm just getting too old for that nonsense. As I said in another thread, I'm currently wanting to do an A050 type shifter - gasp - and a touring bike would be the perfect specimen. I guess I'm one of the few that thinks the A050 was a great idea. Just don't know if the quality is up to snuff. I also just recently picked up 105 brifters and Utegra brifters ($40 each from the same seller) and an entire, and I mean entire, right down to the chain and cassette Tiagra 10 speed groupset off of a Trek Emonda - wheels and tires included for $125. Dude had money and went with Sram Red electronic. It's even the same crankset that I spoke of in the Schwinn thread that I have fallen for (white and lime Paramount gets the credit). The Mad Max of cranksets. (needs different crank arms though to match IMO). I need to find more time to build as I've definitely fallen down the rabbit hole of buying. Grrrrr.

I'll let you know if the black frame falls into my lap. Maybe there's a deal to be made in the mess of stuff I have. Still haven't touched the 434 yet either.
Anyway, sorry about the rambling.

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Originally Posted by sdn40
For your reference, the bike I have is 27" from center of bottom bracket to TOP of top tube. The top tube is 24" from center of head tube to center of seat tube.

Well they say that you should ride the biggest tourer possible - whoever they are. I guess the concept there is less stop and go, so standover complications aren't as relevant ? Blackburn racks are a dime a dozen around here so I have a few. I've also been meaning to pick this up for $10, just because my idea continues to percolate.

I've had the idea of painting front and rear racks to match a bike for a while now. Obviously black or white bike are the only ones that I would ever attempt. My idea was that the racks would look like they were built as part of the frame. A white skeletal structure then offset with the obvious black. It works in my head - but always the danger that it may look corny. Initial tests with the rear rack had me wanting to lengthen the rack legs (tall frame) to get the look I wanted - and that curtailed my idea. Other projects and life have gotten in the way since. I even wondered about a pvc tube tool carrier to mount on the bottom water bottle bracket to act as a mud flap as well.

Would also have to decide on shifters since it's 73 feet from top tube to shifter mount and I'm just getting too old for that nonsense. As I said in another thread, I'm currently wanting to do an A050 type shifter - gasp - and a touring bike would be the perfect specimen. I guess I'm one of the few that thinks the A050 was a great idea. Just don't know if the quality is up to snuff. I also just recently picked up 105 brifters and Utegra brifters ($40 each from the same seller) and an entire, and I mean entire, right down to the chain and cassette Tiagra 10 speed groupset off of a Trek Emonda - wheels and tires included for $125. Dude had money and went with Sram Red electronic. It's even the same crankset that I spoke of in the Schwinn thread that I have fallen for (white and lime Paramount gets the credit). The Mad Max of cranksets. (needs different crank arms though to match IMO). I need to find more time to build as I've definitely fallen down the rabbit hole of buying. Grrrrr.

I'll let you know if the black frame falls into my lap. Maybe there's a deal to be made in the mess of stuff I have. Still haven't touched the 434 yet either.
Anyway, sorry about the rambling.
Those cranksets look great and can be had in double and triple format, all the way up to Ultegra, which I presently own.

Bar-end shifters from Shimano (of the indexing variety) are top notch and work well. The fact that you can brake with the left hand (activating the stronger/more effective of the two brakes) while down shifting with the right hand while also still gripping the bar when slowing to a stop means complete stability in that scenario. And obviously as you've said, STI levers would work great, which many of us will concur with. You got some very good components for a super deal. They should serve you well on whatever bike you put them on.

My CAD work is below. You can see how even though the TT is longer (61.6cm for the 27" vs 59.0cm for the 25"), the increased forward reach of the top tube is just 1.1cm. Other measurements and that big circle indicate set saddle and bar positions that I build my bikes to.

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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel
Those cranksets look great and can be had in double and triple format, all the way up to Ultegra, which I presently own.

Bar-end shifters from Shimano (of the indexing variety) are top notch and work well. The fact that you can brake with the left hand (activating the stronger/more effective of the two brakes) while down shifting with the right hand while also still gripping the bar when slowing to a stop means complete stability in that scenario. And obviously as you've said, STI levers would work great, which many of us will concur with. You got some very good components for a super deal. They should serve you well on whatever bike you put them on.

My CAD work is below. You can see how even though the TT is longer (61.6cm for the 27" vs 59.0cm for the 25"), the increased forward reach of the top tube is just 1.1cm. Other measurements and that big circle indicate set saddle and bar positions that I build my bikes to.
I have a set of bar ends that I need to try as my preconceived notion is "meh."
If you need any other measurements, let me know. I now work from home as an Architectural Designer. Back to the CAD station for me. I put myself on the night shift.
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Originally Posted by sdn40
I have a set of bar ends that I need to try as my preconceived notion is "meh."
If you need any other measurements, let me know. I now work from home as an Architectural Designer. Back to the CAD station for me. I put myself on the night shift.
If you're meh on bar-ends, I'd just go straight for the most convenient and do STI levers.

Thanks for the measurement offer--I'm good though. I am also a constant user of the Vintage Cannondale website's catalog section. Very familiar with looking up (if not memorizing) the geometry specs, among other things.
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And its gone, at least the ad is.
What were they asking?
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what were they asking?
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this is interesting, anybody know about this frame builder?


https://seattle.craigslist.org/est/b...916862526.html
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No-name maybe-real-531 with Accushift. Frame details make me think it might be worth a look for a C-note.

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...916742925.html

Menís medium frame road bike 14 speed good condition - $100 (Richmond)

bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
frame size: Medium / 17.5 inches
wheel size: 26.5 in

Selling this bike which was a hand me down from the family, it is in great condition and was well cared for.
Selling due to the fact we no longer use it. Frame size is medium and components are Accushift Suntour GPX. Air is in the tires and it is ready to go!
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Hercules Mixte

I am not interested, nor do I live nearby, but this bike just seemed to ooze quality.

https://columbus.craigslist.org/bik/...904086250.html
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Originally Posted by sd5782
I am not interested, nor do I live nearby, but this bike just seemed to ooze quality.

https://columbus.craigslist.org/bik/...904086250.html
Yep, nothing like a Euro-market townie bike to make you realize how cool things can be. I have a 3-speed much like it.
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Yes I have one, it was made in Seattle. Mine is late '80s.

Originally Posted by cheffyjay
this is interesting, anybody know about this frame builder?


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Originally Posted by thumpism
No-name maybe-real-531 with Accushift. Frame details make me think it might be worth a look for a C-note.

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...916742925.html

Menís medium frame road bike 14 speed good condition - $100 (Richmond)




bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
frame size: Medium / 17.5 inches
wheel size: 26.5 in

Selling this bike which was a hand me down from the family, it is in great condition and was well cared for.
Selling due to the fact we no longer use it. Frame size is medium and components are Accushift Suntour GPX. Air is in the tires and it is ready to go!

I'm thinking Gitane Tour de France.
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Originally Posted by cheffyjay
this is interesting, anybody know about this frame builder?


https://seattle.craigslist.org/est/b...916862526.html
IIRC (lived in Seattle at the time), Mike didn't build bikes for very long and had a mixed reputation.
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Originally Posted by thumpism
No-name maybe-real-531 with Accushift. Frame details make me think it might be worth a look for a C-note.

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...916742925.html

Menís medium frame road bike 14 speed good condition - $100 (Richmond)




bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
frame size: Medium / 17.5 inches
wheel size: 26.5 in

Selling this bike which was a hand me down from the family, it is in great condition and was well cared for.
Selling due to the fact we no longer use it. Frame size is medium and components are Accushift Suntour GPX. Air is in the tires and it is ready to go!

That could be a great deal. I bought a bike last week off the Cville CL so I will wait. There is one bike sitting on the Richmond CL that I am waiting to pounce on. 2 or 3 blocks from my house. The price is too high. It's been sitting for 2-3 months. If the price gets within a reasonable range I will look at it. Richmond has a lot of overpriced decent bikes that have been sitting for a long time. Some have been sitting for over a year with no price reduction. I guess they don't really want to sell them.
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^^^^^^ Isn't that the time you contact the seller, offer what you'd be willing to pay, and just see what happens?
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Originally Posted by madpogue
^^^^^^ Isn't that the time you contact the seller, offer what you'd be willing to pay, and just see what happens?
The difference between the current price and a starting point is too big right now. It needs to drop about $100 just to get to a bargaining start point.
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Originally Posted by seypat
The difference between the current price and a starting point is too big right now. It needs to drop about $100 just to get to a bargaining start point.
If it's been up long enough that I suspect the seller is "motivated", I don't worry about a starting point. I offer what I would pay for it, and if they dig in, or counter-offer with something in between, I walk.
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Don't know much about these but paint looks cool. Might be worth making an offer

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Originally Posted by curbtender
It's all a Shamano.
Originally Posted by jeirvine
He was sponsored by Mavis after all.
Originally Posted by madpogue
Lamonde? Groupo?
Originally Posted by phtomita

Scapin Classic bike - $200

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...914997715.html
Scapin classic steel frame bike.
Rifled steel frame. Greg Lamonde rode one of these.
Shamano 105 groupo.
Mavis wheels.
$200 OBO

which doesn't take away from the fact that at Sub-200 obo, it seems like a great deal...
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Originally Posted by thumpism
Teiny Kleiny!
That's redundant! :-)

Pretty Unique Bike. Would be hard to find. $325
I'd buy the bike, but I want something I can find when it's time to ride. And it's too small.
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