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Old 04-23-20, 09:55 PM
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Haven't been looking at CL here in Portland, but here are two bikes which matched the searches I usually run in Chicago:
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So after we had runs on TP et.al. now it's a run on bikes. Such odd times it is. lol
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Originally Posted by rocks in head
I had a 24" wheeled Specialized that looked very similar to that, as a mountain bike / gravel bike growing up in N.M. It was the same weight as my dad's Rockhopper, and he rode the largest frame they made. I suspect the BMX hybrid wasn't much lighter.
+1 on the Specialized; our 24" wheeled RockHopper is remarkably heavy for its size. OTOH, our GT Bullet 24"-er is quite a bit lighter, more like what you'd expect of a bike that size. Hard to say about that Mongoose.

I believe we moved that thing three times and ended up chopping it up to use the deraileur, chain, and the big cog off the freewheel to turn the oil pump on the big Nasal 3B power hammer in the forge/shop.
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Haven't been looking at CL here in Portland, but here are two bikes which matched the searches I usually run in Chicago:
That Bottechia has been for sale forever. Poor guy. Bought the frame (a few days ahead of me) four or so years ago, built it up, rode it, then decided to sell it, with no hits. Repaint is very nice, and the frame is even my size. I think one of the reasons I don't go for it is it has standard reach brakes and 27" wheels, with the brake pads at the far ends of their adjustment. A 700C conversion just wouldn't happen without Tektro R559s and I'm not into that. Plus, you know, I have other bikes, so that cools my jets a little.
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https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...112684268.html

3 Unicycles - $75 (Sperryville VA)


bicycle frame material: other/unknownbicycle type: unicycle
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2 5-6' Unis and one short one. All a little beat up and well ridden but still very usable. Used in many performances over the years coast to coast. Make an offer, and ride off into the sunset with all three. Delivery possible. $75 each, $125 for all three, or best offer. Love to pass them on. call or email questions or offers.
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I bet this would make a killer gravel grinder.

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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel
I think one of the reasons I don't go for it is it has standard reach brakes and 27" wheels, with the brake pads at the far ends of their adjustment. A 700C conversion just wouldn't happen without Tektro R559s and I'm not into that.
Looking a bit more closely at the images, it appears the brake calipers are later production (Victory - with the grey pads and more triangular caliper profile). Velobase says the reach is 39-50mm. OTOH, the period correct Record standard reach calipers are indicated at 50-65mm reach. I'm fairly certain that with the correct brakes a 700c setup (tubular or clincher) would be straightforward.
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Not a bad price for a Passage. Title is a bit misleading I think. looks like they are selling this with all components shown. Just not a complete bike ready to ride, so they're calling it a frameset?

Schwinn Passage 58cm frameset - $150 (Northside)



"Schwinn Passage touring frameset. 58cm frame with a 33 stand over height. Frame has its fair share of scratches, chips, nicks, bruises, surface rust, etc. More importantly this frame is true and straight without any dents or cracks. Frame is double butted Columbus Tenax tubing. Built originally as a cross country touring bike, this robust frame could easily be built up as a single speed, commuter, etc. Has braze-one for racks front and back, fenders front and back, and 3 bottle cages. Ive included one photo with a RED 700c wheel mounted to demonstrate that 700c wheels can be run on this bike with the brakes still in a workable location. Being sold as a frame set, but comes with everything in the photos, with the exception of the RED 700c wheel."
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Mavic neutral support bike



2004 Litespeed Vortex Titanium Racing Road Bike w/ Zipp 404 carbon wheelset. Full Campy Group

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...2367726891062/

Very cool bike - I thought I'd buy it, but really need Shimano so family can more easily switch bikes on the indoor trainer.
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Old 04-24-20, 10:48 AM
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Super cool, Alex. If it were up here, I would definitely be making a (properly distanced, masked and gloved) appointment. Nice find!

All your bikes need to work smoothly on the family trainer? OK...

Huh? you don't have any Campy equiped bikes? OK? Ummmm.

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Originally Posted by Last ride 76
Super cool, Alex. If it were up here, I would definitely be making a (properly distanced, masked and gloved) appointment. Nice find!

All your bikes need to work smoothly on the family trainer? OK...

Huh? you don't have any Campy equiped bikes? OK? Ummmm.

Smilng, Eric
Currently my Cannondale Slate sits on my Kickr and I've been looking for something kind of cool that can be used on the trainer and some road rides. My main road bike is Campy and so not compatible (especially because two other people use the trainer with Shimano cassettes). Ideally, it would be 10spd so I don't have to swap out cassettes with each bike change.

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I've been seeing a few active Koga threads here, and here's a nice looking example up for sale:

https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/...102195830.html

Hand-made Koga Miyata 54cm Road Bike with incredible condition original paint and in excellent condition. Will fit a rider in the 5'4" - 5'9" height range.
Brand new inner tubes and new SRAM chain installed. Freshly tuned up, rides, shifts and brakes well. Turns heads.
Koga Miyata is a cooperation between Dutch bicycle company Koga and Japan's Miyata. "Exerciser" Model. It is made with triple-butted splined steel tubing and weighs in at 21.5 pounds.
The FM-1 Hardtlite tubing is comparable to Columbus SLX tubing.

Shimano 600 rear derailer, Shimano 105 front derailer and headset. Like-new condition Avocet Touring II saddle. Delta seatpost, Cinelli handlebars. 700c wheels.
Ask is $380. Ad is 3 weeks old.

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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Looking a bit more closely at the images, it appears the brake calipers are later production (Victory - with the grey pads and more triangular caliper profile). Velobase says the reach is 39-50mm. OTOH, the period correct Record standard reach calipers are indicated at 50-65mm reach. I'm fairly certain that with the correct brakes a 700c setup (tubular or clincher) would be straightforward.
Great sleuthing--thank you for enlightening me. Looking at it now, it makes sense. Now to the next thing: getting over the stays looking like they were literally clamped to the rear dropout tangs/extension and then chromed over. It looks really cheap, on the level of a BSO. :/
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I don't know a lot about this brand, but this looks like a great deal for a loaded, fully-equipped, touring bike with panniers, lights, and extras.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/pen/bik...109220222.html

Maruishi Touring Bike w/Original Nitto Racks & Bags *RARE* - EXCELLENT - $675 (palo alto)



















52cm Maruishi Emperor touring bike with 650A wheels (650B wheels fit, see below), made in Japan circa 1979 in excellent original condition, recently tuned and ready to ride. Traditional lugged steel frame size is 52cm (center-to-center), for a rider about 5’4” to 5’7” tall. Frame is labeled "Cr. Mo. Butted Frame Tubes", top tube length is 53cm (c-c), top tube standover height is 30-3/4". Frame is great overall condition, a few minor nicks in the paint, there are some minor paint chips on the chain stays from a kickstand that was installed, otherwise no damage.

Included are the original front and rear Nitto tubular steel racks in chrome plated finish with low rider frames that bolt on to the main racks and are removable. Both front low-rider frames have had a tab repaired and work perfectly. Original Honjo hammertone alloy fenders. Original Emperor branded canvas pannier bags (rare), front canvas handlebar bag (unbranded), front/rear dynamo lights internally wired through the frame, sidewall dynamo generator, Maruichi alloy water bottle (rare) and Primus frame pump.

Both the front and rear dynamo lights and the accessory flashlight have been converted to much brighter 6v LED bulbs. The rear light has a standlight that stays on for 4+ minutes when stopped. The flashlight mounted to the front rack is powered by two lithium AA batteries, so while looks heavy for its size is actually very lightweight.

Alloy wheels: Sunshine alloy high-flange hubs, solid axle with nuts (have original wingnuts) and alloy Araya rims in 650A size (590mm), a popular wheel size in Japan at the time, that's slightly taller than 650B (584mm). This bike would easily convert to 650B wheels. The Honjo fenders on this fit both 650A and 650B wheels. The very last photo shows the bike mounted with a 650B wheel and 42mm wide Grand Bois Hetre tire (the 650B wheel is not included). Sugino Maxy triple crankset (uncommon), Suntour 5-speed freewheel. Suntour front and rear derailleurs.

Recently tuned with NEW Nitto B-132 handlebars with vintage CatEye cotton handlebar tape and shellac, NEW Nitto Technomic stem with more rise, new 1-bolt alloy seatpost with more rise, new cables, housing, new chain, new rubber brake hoods, and new Panaracer Col de la Vie 650A tires. Otherwise, this has the original alloy components (low miles). The lightweight 650A alloy wheels combined with the new Panaracer tires and touring geometry of this frame make this a fun bike to ride. Very stable and neutral steering, even with loaded bags. I will include with the bike, the original DIC 7cm alloy handlebar stem (shorter) w/alloy Maruishi bell, original Nitto B-132 handlebars and original alloy SR seatpost (shorter), if you want to keep it original.

This is great riding and uncommon Maruishi bike made in the classic French cyclotouring style. As far as I've been able to find out, this model was never imported into the US.

$675 Local cash sale in-person only. NO LOW BALL OFFERS OR TRADES.

Due to CL spam, I will not reply unless you include your phone number in your message and sound like a real person actually interested in buying this bike.

Thanks for looking.
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Originally Posted by gaucho777
52cm Maruishi Emperor
Wow, That thing is still for sale?

I seem to remember that being posted a few months ago, and thought it was a very reasonable price, especially considering it comes with luggage!

I'd be all over it if it happened to grow 10cm overnight
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Palo Alto in need of saving. This has potential with some work.

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/bik...112358333.html

Vintage 1984 Palo Alto Bicycles lugged road bike with lots of character. Quality made frameset with Italian Columbus tubing and Columbus decals. Shimano 600 component group set (engraved derailleurs, cranks, shifters, brakes, brake levers), and Mavic MA2 700c clincher rims.
(See all pictures for more detail). Ignore 'frame size' info, does not allow me to change.

Very good condition road bike with smooth ride quality, no dents, clean paint (few scratches), clean logos, and straight. The paint has a few scratches from regular use, but clean overall. “Burn orange” of color (See Pictures). The bike looks very good ready to ride.

Price is $350.00 as is, not warranty. See pictures as description.
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Kicking myself for waiting too long on a $40 Raleigh Technium Pre. Only lasted a few days. I was going to send the seller an email this weekend but you snooze, you lose.
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Originally Posted by russtopherb
Kicking myself for waiting too long on a $40 Raleigh Technium Pre. Only lasted a few days. I was going to send the seller an email this weekend but you snooze, you lose.
There always seems to be another one of those. Just be patient.
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27" Schwinn Men's Bike - $20

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Nishiki Cascade - $200 (Richmond Beach, WA)


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$20? Now there's a bike dieing for a flip-flop fixie/singlespeed conversion, and perhaps to 700c so it can take tires wide enough for dirt roads.
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Wasn't there just some discussion of a Kitching frame here? This one is missing wheels:
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...75078155974626

#266 , $200.
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Wasn't there just some discussion of a Kitching frame here? This one is missing wheels:
https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...75078155974626

#266 , $200.
that one is a lot farther from my house....
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Overpriced, but it's a nice (my) size and it has Morgan Grips! If you've never had to install those, don't ask me to relive the experience for you.

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Cannondale - $115 (Liy)

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