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eBay / CraigsList finds - "Are you looking for one of these!?" Part II

Old 02-15-20, 08:39 AM
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I'm really not a hater. But the thought of a bike that is designed to break down over time, "planned obsolescence" as-it-were, just irks me. I won't even allow myself a test-ride on one, lest an evil seed be planted in my brain. I made the mistake of lifting one once... Once.


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The early CF bikes, like my kestrel 200Sci had not a bit of planned obsolescence designed in. Even the damaged Aegis I am soliciting suggestions on, is probably home-repairable. And in terms of lifespan... CF experts say it's up at the top in the right conditions.

That being said, cutting edge racing tech, (and even worse, the knock off versions and CF use in mid-level bikes), has significant problems when it becomes part of the general consumer marketplace, due to CF's unique failure issues and lack of awareness on the part of consumers.


Looking at the CPSC mandated changes to Campagnolo's NR/SR components, they seem quaint, and as they did at the time to many, a solution in search of a problem.

The potential CF mess... Not so much. The current state of problems with older one owner CF bikes, second hand sales of bikes with CF frames, forks, and components, seems like perhaps the tip of a iceberg...


Lawsuits are increasing as CF failures become more common among non-competitive and casual cyclists. Will every piece of CF come with cigarette type warning labels? How about a visible dye that permanently stains the carbon fiber, when its safety has been compromised. (Dang, where is my patent attorney?)


"Are you looking for one of these?"


Trying to make my CF Aegis safe to ride around town, Eric

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Somebody BUY THIS!!!!!

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Buy this one, too.

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Cheap!

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Good bones. Lotus Legend conversion. Columbus tubing. Cheap.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...1592180788631/

Columbus Forcella? Is that another name for SL? Anyway, the Lotus website says these came in 50, 52, 54, 56, etc. I have a 56cm 84 Legend Compe(same year) and various "cousin" frames (Lotus, Centurion, SR) in 50-56cm. This looks more like a 54 or at least a 52. Does anyone else think so? I don't have a Facebook account. I don't really want one either. I will be in Fredericksburg on Monday. What's another 60ish miles to Leesburg? Maybe I should join Facebook and ask about those measurements.
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1968 Italian Race Frame 531 Reynolds Campagnolo 1st issue Record - $300 (Suffolk)

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"1968 Italian Race Frame 54cm
Reynolds 531 tubing
Chrome Lugs
Campagnolo 1st issue, Pat Pending parts: Crank set, F/R der, BB, shifters, HS
Campagnolo F/R dropouts
3TTT Special Bars/Stem
All parts original to the bike

Pictures will be posted later this morning of frame set
Call or test Jeff 757-51three-41three3

bicycle frame material: steel

bicycle type: road
condition: good
frame size: 54cm
wheel size: 700C"

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Pretty clean Voyageur for $300.

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Originally Posted by machinist42 View Post

1968 Italian Race Frame 531 Reynolds Campagnolo 1st issue Record - $300 (Suffolk)

Posted 2020-02-15 06:44









"1968 Italian Race Frame 54cm
Reynolds 531 tubing
Chrome Lugs
Campagnolo 1st issue, Pat Pending parts: Crank set, F/R der, BB, shifters, HS
Campagnolo F/R dropouts
3TTT Special Bars/Stem
All parts original to the bike

Pictures will be posted later this morning of frame set
Call or test Jeff 757-51three-41three3

bicycle frame material: steel

bicycle type: road
condition: good
frame size: 54cm
wheel size: 700C"

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Frejus?
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Where is it? Couldn't tell...
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Nishiki Rivera road bike - $25 (Saxapahaw)

Posted 2020-02-14 18:50



"Used

Nishiki road bike

Good condition older bike
Needs inner tubes
24.5 inch frame for tall rider

bicycle frame material: aluminum

bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: good
electric assist: none
frame size: 24.5
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Nishiki
model name / number: Rivera
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 700C"

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Where is it? Couldn't tell...
Ad says, "Woodsboro, MD."
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Columbus Forcella? Is that another name for SL? Anyway, the Lotus website says these came in 50, 52, 54, 56, etc. I have a 56cm 84 Legend Compe(same year) and various "cousin" frames (Lotus, Centurion, SR) in 50-56cm. This looks more like a 54 or at least a 52. Does anyone else think so? I don't have a Facebook account. I don't really want one either. I will be in Fredericksburg on Monday. What's another 60ish miles to Leesburg? Maybe I should join Facebook and ask about those measurements.
Forcella = forks, I believe. Looks 54-56 to me but I ride bigger.
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Chr0m0ly You can't escape the tourers. They're following you to NY.
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Bicycle for Sale - $100 (Huntersville, NC)

Posted 2020-02-15 14:52

Posted 17 minutes ago





"Bike for sale. Make an offer

bicycle frame material: aluminum

bicycle type: road
brake type: other/unknown
condition: fair
electric assist: none
frame size: 25
handlebar type: other/unknown
make / manufacturer: Schwinn / Paramount
model name / number: OS Oversized / Series 3 Pro
serial number: X
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 24 in"

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I'm on it...
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Speaking of Voyageurs...

https://chicago.craigslist.org/sox/b...072187829.html

1985 Schwinn Voyageur 58cm - $420 (Minooka)



bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
frame size: 58cm
make / manufacturer: Schwinn
model name / number: Voyageur
wheel size: 27 in
1985 Schwinn Voyageur for sale... Super Clean and Lots of new parts.... Rides like a dream! Frame is 23 inches (58cm) from center cranks to top of the seat tube...made of Columbus Chromoly double butted steel... with lots of braze ons ....British green metallic paint with Hammered Velo orange Alloy fenders look amazing in the sun ! Everything has been gone through... brand new Soma Hwy 1 bars... modern style Brake levers... new tires and tubes... anew chain cables... brand new Brooks B 17 Special with the copper Hammered Rivets....new silver Alloy micro adjust seatpost.... new matching antique brown Brooks Bar wrap...Nitto polished Alloy stem ...Canti brakes with new brake pads....Nos Voyageur Alloy rear rack ....original Wobler Alloy touring wheelset..that spin nice and true...copper Crane Bell... two Alloy water bottle cages...this bike needs nothing! No dents or dings or rust...just a couple minor scratches from over time ....This is a Classic touring bike from the Golden Era ! I'm just getting back into mountain biking ... which is why I'm looking to sell it...$420
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...and Paramounts...

https://chicago.craigslist.org/sox/b...074388347.html

Schwinn Paramount Steel Road Bike 24" Black - $970 (Evergreen Park)




bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: good
electric assist: none
frame size: 24"
handlebar type: flat
make / manufacturer: Schwinn
model name / number: Paramount
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 27 in
Early '70s Vintage Schwinn Paramount
ready to roll
this is my bike and is on consignment at Park Schwinn in Evergreen Park
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...and Voyageurs...

https://memphis.craigslist.org/bik/d...051292072.html

Schwinn Voyageur Columbus Tenex Touring - 58cm - $500



bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
brake type: cantilever
condition: excellent
frame size: 58cm / 23"
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Schwinn
model name / number: Voyageur
wheel size: 27 in

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Columbus Tenax Steel
Touring Road Bike

Full Overhaul
Frame Size: 58cm / 23"

Rider Approx Height Fit: 5'10" to 6'2"

New Parts & Complete Tune Up
Ready to Tour

New Parts Includes: classic style gumwall tires, classic style suede leather saddle, comfort black bar tape, front and rear brake pads, 6-speed chain, 3 vintage style water bottle cages, and touring rear rack with spring.

Full Overhaul Includes: headset overhaul, bottom bracket overhaul, front and rear hub overhaul, rear freewheel overhaul, true front and rear wheels, replace and adjust brake and derailleur housing and cables, clean and lube drivetrain.

Touring specs include extra strength Columbus steel frame with various frame & fork mounts for adding front and rear fenders and cargo racks. Triple water bottle frame mounts. Long chainstay for a more stable ride. Schwinn Voyageur comparable in design to Trek 520 and Surly Long Haul Trucker.

The Specs:
Columbus Tenax Double Butted Tubes
Tange SE-II Sealed Headset
Shimano Biopace Triple FCB124 170mm Crankset (50-44-28)
Deore MT-60 Derailleurs
SR SP155 Pedals
Shimano Z Series 6 speed Freewheel (14-16-19-22-26-30)
Dia Compe 983 Brakes
SR Custom Handlebars (420mm)
SR Custom Stem (80mm)
Maillard Small Flange Hubs 36 spokes front, 40 rear
Wolber Super Champion Model Rims
NEW: Schwalbe Active Gumwall Tires 27 x 1 1/4
NEW: San Marco Touring Anatomic Suede Leather Saddle
NEW: Classic Style Water Bottle Cages

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Here's a rare one, a carbon hybrid from the '90s.

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GIANT “ 890i CADEX “ Touring/Hybrid Limited Edition Bike - $300 (Byhalia)



bicycle frame material: carbon fiber
bicycle type: hybrid/comfort
frame size: 23 in. Frame
wheel size: 26 in
GIANT “ 890i CADEX “ Touring/Hybrid Limited Edition Bike ——-Carbon Fiber Frame——-26 in. / 23 in. Frame ——-21 Speed ———Good Road Tires——-Shimano Shifters Working Fine ———Interest call show contact info
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Mink Raleigh Professional "22 inch"
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Sweet Rock Lobster in S. Florida

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Hand Built 1994 Rock Lobster Signature Road Bike - $700 (North Naples)

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Bigass Stumpjumper.

https://kansascity.craigslist.org/bi...075061386.html

Specialized stumpjumper CLASSIC - 25" FRAME (Overland Park)


bicycle frame material: other/unknown
bicycle type: mountain
condition: like new
frame size: 25"
make / manufacturer: Specialized
model name / number: Stumpjumper
wheel size: 26 in
1985' - CLASSIC STUMPJUMPER TOURING GEOMETRY W/ LUGGED FRAME. IT'S LIKE NEW . COLLECTOR CONDITION AND NOT A SCRATCH ON IT. ARGUABLY THE BEST DESIGN AND MODEL YEAR OF EARLY STUMPJUMPERS.

ORIGINAL RETAIL WAS APPROXIMATELY $750

25" FRAME IS SUPER RARE

$950

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