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Old 11-24-19, 10:49 AM
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Originally Posted by hazetguy
Larger than a "Cannondale 58" for sure. Knowing the serial number would tell the size.
Could be, hence the question mark on my sentence. Ad-hoc pump and tiny picture with fatter tubing makes it too difficult for me personally to call.

Cannondale's not my "normal" thing, I just happen to have a mid-80s SR500 60cm I really enjoy riding, the head tube on it looks shorter to me on that eBay bike I linked.

But regardless, I think it's potentially a great deal for someone on a bike I was shocked to find enjoyable.
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If you live in or near Trenton NJ to NY, NY steal of a deal on Brooks, let alone the bikes!!!
I'd say buy the bikes, replace seats and sell the bikes to pay for your gas. Posted 6 hours ago

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Originally Posted by ascherer
Still growing?
Well I had always ridden frames that needed at least two fists of SP, longer stems up at or past their limit or Technomic's since jumping back in 7-8 years ago.

Then last year stumbled on the 66cm Merz and found out how much better it rode, especially on longer and harder for me rides.

Bought a 26 inch Paramount to confirm so here we are. I can still ride all the other 62 and up bikes and frames that I have just fine but not buying anything smaller unless its way to good/cool/rare/obscure or cheap to pass on

I suspect there are a fair amount of us that have come to this sort of realization, I always knew I needed a big frame but they did not readily present themselves and I seemed fine until I finally got an accurate PBH/inseam measurement, almost 38in. I'm only 6ft tall so that is a bit unusual and really made it clear I needed the even taller frames.

I recently also had a proper fitting and they were surprised that I had the 60cm Gordon and the 66cm Merz both setup with near perfect riding position especially after completely settling in after riding 15-20 minutes on the trainer.

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Holdsworth Special - $350 (Watertown)





Small Blue Holdsworth Special. I believe from early 80ís. In very good vintage condition. Reynolds 531 tubing. Eclectic mix of components. Dura-ace brakes, Campagnolo shifters, Suntour derailleur, Stronglight headset, Mavic wheels, 51cm downtube (center to center).
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This one has all the cool bits from the late 80s: Bio Pace, hite rite, roller cams, under chainstays brake, bullseye hubs (and pulleys!)... Did these originally come with mismatched brakes / levers? Wouldn't Shimano U-Brakes been spec?

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Rare mid Eighties Bianchi Super Grizzly mountain bike. - $600 (Torrington)







Rare excellent condition vintage Bianchi Super Grizzly. Not many were made , fewer survived . Great find for collectors of this period. Approximately 1986/87.
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This has been posted before. I can't believe it is still unsold
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J.P. Weigle road bike Dura Ace 7400, 48cm - $580 (Brighton)



Partially restored mid 80's J.P. Weigle, beautiful collector piece for smaller riders. 48cm seat tube c-c, 52cm top tube. 600A front wheel with new Schwalbe Marathon Plus tire, original Mistral rim and Dura Ace 7400 hub. New VO Gran Cru headset and rear rim, original Dura Ace hub. This frame was designed around a 600A front wheel, no other size will work, but the wheel is in excellent shape and tires are available (540iso).

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That Maruishi looks to be sporting a Tange Champion sticker but it's not a great picture so maybe not.
If so, that and Superbe components seems like a deal at $100.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
It seem way over priced anyway, you can get a few nice Bianchis or Bertonis for that kind of money.
What would a miyata 310 have to look like to warrant $650?

NOS?

Nah, not even NOS would anyone pay $650. Maybe $450. Maybe.

But who here would buy any bike without knowing what the seat tube looks like? Maybe if you were going to scrap the frame and keep the parts...
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There are two good looking, red, 54cm, Rodriguez road bikes for $400/ea on seattle craigs.

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...016534104.html

https://seattle.craigslist.org/est/b...022375446.html
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Originally Posted by cheffyjay
Green colnago with low shipping charge:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-COL...0AAOSwL-Nc9-cB
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Old 11-24-19, 02:26 PM
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Originally Posted by SurferRosa
There are two good looking, red, 54cm, Rodriguez road bikes for $400/ea on seattle craigs.

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...016534104.html

https://seattle.craigslist.org/est/b...022375446.html
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Rodriguez Lugged Road bike - $400 (Bellevue)


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(mix of Shimano 105, Deore, Suntour Mountech...)
Selling a beautiful Rodriguez road bike with lovely lugs and solid parts. Has been in a garage for a while, so it could use a little TLC or you could hang it on your wall a piece of Seattle history. It is *roughly* a 54cm (see pictures with tape measure.

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Vintage Rodriguez hand built 531 reynolds campy dropouts - $395 (renton)


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(most or all Suntour Superbe, I think)
Beautiful condition and all original, hand built in Seattle by R + E cycles, 531 Reynolds all 9 tubes and forks, Campagnolo dropouts. 21" frame with 27" wheels. Paint is near perfect except for 1 patch (pictured) I have seen bicycles with these small areas touched up professionally to near perfection.
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Originally Posted by hazetguy
Larger than a "Cannondale 58" for sure. Knowing the serial number would tell the size.

This is a "Cannondale 58"
That might be the best looking Cannondale that I have seen. The geometry looks aggressive.
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Originally Posted by Pemetic2006
That Maruishi looks to be sporting a Tange Champion sticker but it's not a great picture so maybe not.
If so, that and Superbe components seems like a deal at $100.
If it wasn't a 7+ hour drive yeah. They are saying over on FB it might be bent. I asked for better pics.
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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude
Yes, the tape. First I've ever seen such a thing; I thought it might be hiding an issue as well. I can't think of a single plausible reason for wrapping a section of seat tube with tape - and finishing it off with twine, too. I'd love to hear input, though

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Could be where they placed a lock? Resting on a water bottle or the holder?
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Originally Posted by xiaoman1
The thing is, I think I've seen one of those.
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Originally Posted by merziac
Close but no cigar, I took a hard look, 59-60 used to be ok, now 62 is the new low end unless its a screamin deal, and or something very special.
Ah! You need ze tall bikes! I have something just for you, sir! This Medici may be perfect Andre the Giant needs bikes too.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/163959758563

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Originally Posted by francophile
Ah! You need ze tall bikes! I have something just for you, sir! This Medici may be perfect Andre the Giant needs bikes too.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/163959758563

I'm getting vertigo looking at that. I'd have to get it rolling first, a lŠ tall bike!

Braze a foothold on the seatstay for me?
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Clean-looking Campy Nuovo Record DR

Bay Area Craigslist:
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But of course, buyer beware.
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I just hope those are at least 177.5 cranks....
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Rando Trek 58cm in Galveston, unknown model/tubing because aftermarket reflector stickers. Still, $50 start, $175 BIN.

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$20 Schwinn Letour Kansas City

"This is a womans street bike made by schwinn chicago. It needs a new back wheel but everything else works. Well."

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Originally Posted by merziac
Well I had always ridden frames that needed at least two fists of SP, longer stems up at or past their limit or Technomic's since jumping back in 7-8 years ago.

Then last year stumbled on the 66cm Merz and found out how much better it rode, especially on longer and harder for me rides.

Bought a 26 inch Paramount to confirm so here we are. I can still ride all the other 62 and up bikes and frames that I have just fine but not buying anything smaller unless its way to good/cool/rare/obscure or cheap to pass on

I suspect there are a fair amount of us that have come to this sort of realization, I always knew I needed a big frame but they did not readily present themselves and I seemed fine until I finally got an accurate PBH/inseam measurement, almost 38in. I'm only 6ft tall so that is a bit unusual and really made it clear I needed the even taller frames.

I recently also had a proper fitting and they were surprised that I had the 60cm Gordon and the 66cm Merz both setup with near perfect riding position especially after completely settling in after riding 15-20 minutes on the trainer.
Youíre certainly long of leg! Iím 6 foot 3 with a 35 inseam. Iíve always. gravitated to 62, but the chrome Pro is a 64 and I still have a good 6-7 cm of seatpost out. On the other end of the spectrum, my PX-10 is way too small for me, 54 or 55. It was the bike my mentor had when I first started riding and wrenching back in 1972. He gave it to me about after I reconnected with him about 8 years ago so itís got too much personal attachment to give it up. Iíve made it fit...and its a great-ride.
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Ross Signature $75 in Washington, DC

Per ad: "Red 12 Speed Ross Signature Road Bike, Bicycle 21" Frame, 28" Wheels. Itís a beautiful bike and rides well. Tires in good condition. It has been disassembled, so needs reassembly"


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Originally Posted by ascherer
Youíre certainly long of leg! Iím 6 foot 3 with a 35 inseam. Iíve always. gravitated to 62, but the chrome Pro is a 64 and I still have a good 6-7 cm of seatpost out. On the other end of the spectrum, my PX-10 is way too small for me, 54 or 55. It was the bike my mentor had when I first started riding and wrenching back in 1972. He gave it to me about after I reconnected with him about 8 years ago so itís got too much personal attachment to give it up. Iíve made it fit...and its a great-ride.
I know what you mean and that's my problem I already have at least 8 or 10 bikes and frames that are way to small that I bought as place holders and were pretty good deals also because in my twisted mind I had to have them.

A couple of them have attracted proper size ones but most weren't cheap enough to recoup much now that the market is soft, truth be told I probably never intended to sell them anyway, need to start planning to pass them along to deserving and unsuspecting friends and family.
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Originally Posted by francophile
Ah! You need ze tall bikes! I have something just for you, sir! This Medici may be perfect Andre the Giant needs bikes too.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/163959758563

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