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Old 11-01-19, 09:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I agree something looks odd, but hard to tell if it just the angle. The TT doesnít really look parallel to the panels on the door
Itís the line through the head tube that I find troubling.
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Almost worth it just for the Superbee bits...


https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/bi...011251042.html

Vintage Performance road bike - $225 (Newton)





1986 Performance Superbe road bike, made in Japan. Tange No. 1 steel tubing with short point lugs. Full SunTour Superbe Pro group (including pedals) except for the headset which is an alloy Tange Levin. Rims are Araya super hard anodized. All original except for the tires which are like new Panaracers. Turbo saddle has a small tear. It has been completely disaassembled, cleaned and lubricated. Brake and shifter cables are new. The paint shows wear but is nice overall as is the chrome. Parts show minor wear. The hoods are dry and cracking. The bar tape shows wear. This is a high quality bike that is ready to ride. Asking $225.

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Old 11-01-19, 11:40 AM
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Originally Posted by due ruote
Itís the line through the head tube that I find troubling.
Looks like the gravity is turned up too high...
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Originally Posted by due ruote
Does anyone else think that it looks as though someone jumped with that bike and came down hard? The fork just doesn’t look right to me.
It looks like that from the opposite side as well. Look at how large the gap is between the DT and the front wheel.

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Old 11-01-19, 12:15 PM
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Pick Up The Tempo

1986 Schwinn Tempo with modern components - $100 (Raleigh)




"Columbus Tenax Steel Tubing
53-39 Ultegra 6800 crankset
cs 5600 11-25 105 cassette
ultegra rear brifter
105 front brifter
Shimano rs10 wheelset
Soma highway one handlebar

Shifting is a bit off on the middle cogs and the butting has some surface rust.

bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: good
frame size: 23in seattube
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Schwinn
model name / number: Tempo
wheel size: 700C"

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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
Almost worth it just for the Superbee bits...


https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/bi...011251042.html

Vintage Performance road bike - $225 (Newton)





1986 Performance Superbe road bike, made in Japan. Tange No. 1 steel tubing with short point lugs. Full SunTour Superbe Pro group (including pedals) except for the headset which is an alloy Tange Levin. Rims are Araya super hard anodized. All original except for the tires which are like new Panaracers. Turbo saddle has a small tear. It has been completely disaassembled, cleaned and lubricated. Brake and shifter cables are new. The paint shows wear but is nice overall as is the chrome. Parts show minor wear. The hoods are dry and cracking. The bar tape shows wear. This is a high quality bike that is ready to ride. Asking $225.

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Nice bike. I wonder who made the frame.
Didnít @Bianchigirll mention Superbe for the new pet lizard?
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Old 11-01-19, 12:52 PM
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Originally Posted by due ruote
Does anyone else think that it looks as though someone jumped with that bike and came down hard? The fork just doesn’t look right to me.
its a bad picture and weird angle: this side looks straight!
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Originally Posted by jetboy
its a bad picture and weird angle: this side looks straight!
Or maybe not so much.

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Originally Posted by jetboy
its a bad picture and weird angle: this side looks straight!
It still looks bent in that photo also.
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Small Trek 610, Reynolds 531 - $100

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70s Raleigh Tourist $90

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Old 11-01-19, 03:31 PM
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Will end way of my budget, but ... noticed this really nice Franklin w/aero 853 tubing, unistay. Don't love the hardware choices, but ...

https://www.ebay.com/itm/113944170318

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Just over $25 shipped for easily 2-3x worth that in parts if anyone is hunting... didn't expect this to last overnight. I was only interested in the 3TTT stem...

https://www.ebay.com/itm/274031237622

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Claude Butler Majestic, $125 start, no bids yet, local pickup only. My size and styling. I've never owned a CB before but this is what I'd probably aim for if I got one (my size too!).

https://www.ebay.com/itm/274071982770

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Originally Posted by seypat
It still looks bent in that photo also.
ok ok! you may be right! but I am always suspicious to call those off a photo- particularly when they are as bad as this guys.. from strange angles and with the bars not totally straight.

Its sort of like saying: the wheels aren't round! but in this case it does look egregious.

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Originally Posted by jetboy
Its sort of like saying: the wheels aren't round!
They're clearly hectogons!

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Don't See These Every Day?

Vintage Specialized Stump Jumper - $80


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"80s Specialized Stump Jumper 19" frame all original made in Japan , stored in the house. Very low mileage. I will not answer emails without phone number.

bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: mountain
frame size: 19"
wheel size: 26 in"

https://raleigh.craigslist.org/bik/d...011653047.html

(Disclosure: I am informed I am 2nd in line to purchase this, so likely won't get it. That's what I get for going out for an evening ride? Ah, Fate, you deal a harsh hand. It also is 19", and though I'm sure I could make it work, I'd prefer one which is 21". <sigh emoji>)
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Old 11-01-19, 06:04 PM
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Originally Posted by francophile
Claude Butler Majestic, $125 start, no bids yet, local pickup only. My size and styling. I've never owned a CB before but this is what I'd probably aim for if I got one (my size too!).

https://www.ebay.com/itm/274071982770

(Also tossing in an ad, I've looked at this model before)
In the Halloween spirit too, those are some impressive cobwebs around the rear brake.
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In the Halloween spirit too, those are some impressive cobwebs around the rear brake.
Easier to clean than ferrous oxide!
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Originally Posted by machinist42

Vintage Specialized Stump Jumper - $80


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"80s Specialized Stump Jumper 19" frame all original made in Japan , stored in the house. Very low mileage. I will not answer emails without phone number.

bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: mountain
frame size: 19"
wheel size: 26 in"

https://raleigh.craigslist.org/bik/d...011653047.html

(Disclosure: I am informed I am 2nd in line to purchase this, so likely won't get it. That's what I get for going out for an evening ride? Ah, Fate, you deal a harsh hand. It also is 19", and though I'm sure I could make it work, I'd prefer one which is 21". <sigh emoji>)
I need one of these to come open nearer me...
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Originally Posted by machinist42

Vintage Specialized Stump Jumper - $80


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"80s Specialized Stump Jumper 19" frame all original made in Japan , stored in the house. Very low mileage. I will not answer emails without phone number.

bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: mountain
frame size: 19"
wheel size: 26 in"

https://raleigh.craigslist.org/bik/d...011653047.html

(Disclosure: I am informed I am 2nd in line to purchase this, so likely won't get it. That's what I get for going out for an evening ride? Ah, Fate, you deal a harsh hand. It also is 19", and though I'm sure I could make it work, I'd prefer one which is 21". <sigh emoji>)
And it's gone!
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53cm Miyata 1000 -- $180 Seattle craigs

I like the display of decals on the nds fork.
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Questions I've wanted to ask repeatedly because for years I periodically see a StumpJumper (and HardRocks) locally for under $100.

What's the draw, why are they so sought after?
Is there anything specific to look (out) for?
Are they specifically good for a specific purpose, riding style and/or retrofit?
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Originally Posted by francophile
Questions I've wanted to ask repeatedly because for years I periodically see a StumpJumper (and HardRocks) locally for under $100.

What's the draw, why are they so sought after?
Is there anything specific to look (out) for?
Are they specifically good for a specific purpose, riding style and/or retrofit?
There is a lot to this depending on where you stand, that one was an early one, lugged, biplane fork crown, looked like maybe Mafac brakes, sometimes they have TA cranks, bullmoose, etc. depending on exact year.

I think they set the bar for much that came after, they did exactly what they were meant to do at a good pricepoint, many sold, money made, here we are.

Big S sold it as a lifestyle as well with all the gear to go with/for it, marketing was huge and paid off so as well.

They were/are great bikes, first mass produced MTB depending on exact criteria, really helped Big S establish itself as a force.

Stumpys are the top of the heap, Hardrocks, Streetstompers, Rockhoppers, etc. while still great bikes carry much less cache to be sure.

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Originally Posted by merziac
There is a lot to this depending on where you stand, that one was an early one, lugged, biplane fork crown, looked like maybe Mafac brakes, sometimes they have TA cranks, bullmoose, etc. depending on exact year.

I think they set the bar for much that came after, they did exactly what they were meant to do at a good pricepoint, many sold, money made, here we are.

Big S sold it as a lifestyle as well with all the gear to go with/for it, marketing was huge and paid off so as well.

They were/are great bikes, first mass produced MTB depending on exact criteria, really helped Big S establish itself as a force.
Ahem, look closely: bullmoose stem.

I'll know tomorrow at noon that someone else beat me to it. Woo. Can hardly wait. Being second in line near all the time is trying.

(Sorry for the whinging.)

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