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Old 02-23-20, 03:28 PM
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Some icky reduced-spoke wheels that look way out of place, and... uh.... some rust. Oh, maybe a replacement fork that wasn't cut; some spacers in the stack. Seems like the price is right, however.

https://madison.craigslist.org/bik/d...080995694.html

Ciocc San Cristobal used - $250 (Sun Prairie)

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Originally Posted by madpogue
Some icky reduced-spoke wheels that look way out of place, and... uh.... some rust. Oh, maybe a replacement fork that wasn't cut; some spacers in the stack. Seems like the price is right, however.

https://madison.craigslist.org/bik/d...080995694.html

Ciocc San Cristobal used - $250 (Sun Prairie)

Dang-it. My size too...It would be the perfect test subject for evapo-rust...

Don't see any of the cutouts, however.
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Originally Posted by madpogue
Some icky reduced-spoke wheels that look way out of place, and... uh.... some rust. Oh, maybe a replacement fork that wasn't cut; some spacers in the stack. Seems like the price is right, however.

https://madison.craigslist.org/bik/d...080995694.html

Ciocc San Cristobal used - $250 (Sun Prairie)

A prospective buyer better take a close look. When I enlarge the picture, I see possible paint problems in the areas that might indicate a front end collision.

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Old 02-23-20, 07:15 PM
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^^^^ Good call!
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Early minivelo? Probably very heavy.

https://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/b...080945139.html

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Old 02-23-20, 08:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Headpost
Early minivelo?
Nah, Formula 1 was supposed to be a thing, the big next big thing after BMX, dreamed up by the industry but it never took off.
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Not My Bike - Too Distant For Me To Facilitate

FUJI TOURING SERIES III - $125 (Richmond, Va.)

Posted 2020-02-24 06:35



"I bought this Fuji Touring Series III bike from Two Wheel Travel some years ago and I don't think I rode it more than three times before parking it in my warehouse where it has accumulated in nice patina of dust! It is an 18 speed with Fuji Valite tubing quad butted frame, Fuji saddle, 27 X 1-1/8 tires and the measurement from the center of the crank to the top of the seat tube is 61 cm. Call 804-539-3847

bicycle frame material: alloy

bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: excellent
frame size: 61 cm
make / manufacturer: Fuji
model name / number: Touring Series III
wheel size: 27 in"

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Old 02-24-20, 11:07 AM
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Originally Posted by machinist42

FUJI TOURING SERIES III - $125 (Richmond, Va.)

Posted 2020-02-24 06:35



"I bought this Fuji Touring Series III bike from Two Wheel Travel some years ago and I don't think I rode it more than three times before parking it in my warehouse where it has accumulated in nice patina of dust! It is an 18 speed with Fuji Valite tubing quad butted frame, Fuji saddle, 27 X 1-1/8 tires and the measurement from the center of the crank to the top of the seat tube is 61 cm. Call 804-539-3847

bicycle frame material: alloy

bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: excellent
frame size: 61 cm
make / manufacturer: Fuji
model name / number: Touring Series III
wheel size: 27 in"

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...081290975.html
Beautiful color! Bent fork?
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nice big one:
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/scz/bik...081494144.html
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Old 02-24-20, 01:53 PM
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... https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bik...080903353.html

Vintage Quintana Roo Superform 650c Tri Bike Shimano 600 - $180 (ingleside / SFSU / CCSF)

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If anyone picks this up and doesn't want the crankset... I'm the man to give you more than the cost of a nice 600 tricolor
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Pretty Trek 720 in PDX

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4K? HAHAHA!!

https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/bi...077255616.html
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^^^^^ might be a fake...the decals look to good!
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I saw this one within an hour of its appearance on CL this morning and did not call. Actually, I'm surprised it didn't show up last Monday since I came home last Sunday with my new-to-me Nishiki Cresta GT and knew, absolutely knew in my bones, that '80s touring bikes in my size would start coming out of the woodwork immediately after my purchase. QED. Anyway, if I were single I'd own this bike by now but I also knew better than to suggest that we need another 30 year old touring bike in the house. Some people--who shall remain nameless--just don't understand the necessity of such things.

Another reason to want it: I may be the person who assembled and/or sold this bike when new. My initials might be on the shop sticker and/or the sales receipt, which I'd bet the guy still has.
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FUJI TOURING SERIES III - $125 (Richmond, Va.)

Posted 2020-02-24 06:35



"I bought this Fuji Touring Series III bike from Two Wheel Travel some years ago and I don't think I rode it more than three times before parking it in my warehouse where it has accumulated in nice patina of dust! It is an 18 speed with Fuji Valite tubing quad butted frame, Fuji saddle, 27 X 1-1/8 tires and the measurement from the center of the crank to the top of the seat tube is 61 cm. Call 804-539-3847

bicycle frame material: alloy

bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: excellent
frame size: 61 cm
make / manufacturer: Fuji
model name / number: Touring Series III
wheel size: 27 in"

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...081290975.html

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Originally Posted by hwheel72
This is Wacky World territory. A "Pinorello" with a "Dan Marco" saddle and "Reynolds Columbus" tubing, and only one, really bad, photo. The LOL ask price is just icing.
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3 bikes for sale - $20 each (Everett, WA)

SR Gran Course


https://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/b...081765876.html



To my untrained eye, this Diamondback BMX looks like it should cost way more than $20. Chromed looptail frame, Odyssey pedals, etc. The third bike is a department store BSO.


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The last year of the lugged frames.

1993 Trek 930 - $40 (Burley, WA)


https://seattle.craigslist.org/kit/b...081103162.html

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Originally Posted by Insidious C.
Not a bad price especially in the Pacific NW for a classic touring bike. That orange tape needs to go though. I know I like my 1982 Trek 720 a lot.
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Old 02-25-20, 07:29 AM
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They don't specify the model, but the Pepperoni fork indicates something higher-end. Anyways, I'm a sucker for this color.

Cannondale - $100 (Gladstone, OR)


https://portland.craigslist.org/clc/...076523422.html

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Interesting Gitane tandem

https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/...074729982.html



"Gitane L/S tandem bike
$200

Selling gitane tandem that's been fully rebuilt and tuned. New break and shift cables+housing. New Shimano CX50 brakes and break pads. New rear derailleur. New bar tape.

Runs great!"
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Old 02-25-20, 07:59 AM
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^ We had one. The rear cockpit is really tight for the stoker. I added an old SR MTE seatpost to get setback.

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$200 price drop. The Facebook listing had a lot more pictures. It is in almost perfect condition.

https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...078782447.html

RARE SCHWINN RACING BICYCLE MADE IN CHICAGO USA - $599 (North Andover mass)

Year.... 1988

Make.... Schwinn

Model.... Circut

Origin... Made in Chicago USA

Type..... Road,Road Racing,Triathlon, Marathon,Touring

Size....58cm

Color...Candy Red (color code 010-19)

Frame material.....Colombus SL Double Butted Chromoly w/chrome plated chain stays and Tange aero seat stays.

Fork material : Aero, fully sloping crown with forged dropouts. Full chrome plated.

Rims: 700c Wolber TX Profil with hard anodized finish, 32h.

Hubs: Shimano Santé low-flange, 32h with 14GA stainless steel spokes, 126mm rear spacing.

Tires: 700 x 20c IRC Crescent

Cassette: Shimano 7spd, 13-23T.

Cranks: Shimano Santé FC-5000, forged alloy. 52x42 Biopace chainrings, 170mm, 130 BCD with special chainring bolts.

Bottom Bracket: Shimano Santé BB-5000, Chrome-Moly, sealed. 108mm axle.

Front Derailer: 2 Speed Shimano Santé FD-5000, clamp-on, Leading Action.

Rear Derailer: 7 Speed Shimano Santé RD-5001, SIS.

Shifters: Shimano Santé SL-5000, SIS.

Headset: Shimano Santé, Alloy, Sealed.
Chain: Shimano Uniglide.

Stem: Cinelli 1-E, 1" quill, 110mm Alloy

Handlebar: Cinelli 1-E. 39.5cm width, 11.0cm reach, 14.0cm drop.

Handlebar tape.... Cinelli Performance cork

Brakes: Shimano Santé BR-5000, SLR.

Brake Pads: Shimano

Brake Levers: Shimano Santé BL-5001 Aero

Seatpost: SR CRE-100, 27.2mm, alloy.

Saddle: DESIRABLE San Marco Rolls

This USA made steel Schwinn is literally in BRAND NEW CONDITION ridden just twice less than 10 original miles! Defines the meaning of time capsule. Serious inquires only please, If interested email your phone number thanks
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I'm almost positive the Circuit was not Chicago. It might have been Greenville, but I'm not exactly sure if there's any good sourcing on exactly which high-end 80s Schwinn models were Greenville and which were Japanese. (if it has a "made in USA" on it, it was definitely Greenville).

Regardless, those are nice bikes but I'd probably bargain down to $350-ish.

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Here's a rare one, an '80s Nishiki Saga drop bar MTB designed by Cunningham. Looks unmolested. Somebody grab this one.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...2087399849186/

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Originally Posted by thumpism
Here's a rare one, an '80s Nishiki Saga drop bar MTB designed by Cunningham. Looks unmolested. Somebody grab this one.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...2087399849186/

That's my size and exactly the thing I've been looking for! Is anyone able to facilitate this one to Detroit? I would be greatly grateful
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