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Old 11-29-21, 09:52 AM
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Looks like a pretty good price - note seller has an Allegre for $50 also.

Downside, it was posted 16hrs ago in Portland

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Specialized Epic Road Bike - $50 (Hillsboro)Sweet old carbon fiber tubing frame with aluminum forks. Needs a little maintenance, since I took it to WashCo bikes in Hillsboro for a tune and the imbeciles there chopped the cables to the brifters and then rode it around on flat tires. Anyway, the bike itself is very cool. Iím just moving and donít have time to mess with it.

Please text if interested. Donít email; I wonít see it. First come, first serve. Cash only.

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    Peugeot Cadre Allege Road bike - $50 (Hillsboro)

    Great fully functional vintage bike. Has on original Micheline tires and comes with original leather saddle too.

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    Old 11-29-21, 09:54 AM
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    if you know how to replace shifters...
    posted 13hrs ago

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    ​​​​24" 1999 LeMond Tourmalet - $100 (Citrus Heights)

    Great bike that has taken me far and wide... but its shifting system (thumb-index shifting) is shot after 20 years of use. That form of shifting is no longer produced, and to replace it I'd basically have to pay out about as much as to get a new decent commuter bike. Everything else on the bike - brakes, wheels, pedals, etc. - is in fine shape. This would be a perfect bike/frame for someone who wanted to do some modifications.

    $100 as is gets you the bike and all that is installed on the bike as seen in the picture. I'm 6'3", the frame is 24" - that should give you a good idea as to its size. Any questions? Feel free to inquire.

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    Originally Posted by cb400bill

    This is like 1988 or 1989 when the Voyager turned into an afterthought pumpkin, correct?
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    Originally Posted by jdawginsc
    This is like 1988 or 1989 when the Voyager turned into an afterthought pumpkin, correct?
    It is from the late 80's. The Voyageur was decent thru at least 1991.

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    Originally Posted by WGB
    if you know how to replace shifters...
    posted 13hrs ago

    ​​​​​​https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bi...13909085.html\
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    ​​​​24" 1999 LeMond Tourmalet - $100 (Citrus Heights)

    Great bike that has taken me far and wide... but its shifting system (thumb-index shifting) is shot after 20 years of use. That form of shifting is no longer produced, and to replace it I'd basically have to pay out about as much as to get a new decent commuter bike. Everything else on the bike - brakes, wheels, pedals, etc. - is in fine shape. This would be a perfect bike/frame for someone who wanted to do some modifications.

    $100 as is gets you the bike and all that is installed on the bike as seen in the picture. I'm 6'3", the frame is 24" - that should give you a good idea as to its size. Any questions? Feel free to inquire.

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    Granted this isn't 853 I don't think but my LeMond Buenos Aires is a similar year (horizontal drops too) and fits 650x38b. nlerner has one from a couple years previous that's running the same tire size I think. Not sure on the unicrown looking fork and clearances there. So not the nice bigger rubber (42) you get on some, but 38s are nice for decently well manicured dirt roads/trails and definitely for rougher pavement and chipseal that I like to ride. Otherwise mine ran 28s fine in 700c which is a nice size especially with steel.
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    Raleigh Tomac $300.

    tires are worth $100.+ alone.

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    Originally Posted by cb400bill
    It is from the late 80's. The Voyageur was decent thru at least 1991.
    Interesting that it is still Tenax. The build is much sloppier (barrel stays are the worst). I am admittedly not a Schwinn fan.

    Some interesting modifications...rear and front derailleur, cantis, wheels seem original, but seatpost, levers (obviously), shifters certainly do not enhance the value.
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    A pair of chameleon paint Cannondales in Easton, PA, listed for $0
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    Hard to see in the pictures, but that is one sexy fork.

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    Chris Chance Road Bike (63cm) - $1,500 (OLD LYME)

    Chris Chance is a master framebuilder who learned to build frames at Witcomb USA, a shop that Richard Sachs and Lyme's own Peter Weigle worked for in the 70ís. He began building his own road bicycle frames in 1977, and built his first mountain bike frame in 1982, the ďFat ChanceĒ. This beautiful steel road bicycle came from a collaboration with famed American racing bicycle manufacturer Serotta in the mid nineties. It's a custom build featuring a Dura Ace drivetrain. Seat tube 63cm, top tube 60cm. Own a piece of history from Morrissey Cycles.
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    Vintage panniers!

    Cannondale saddlebags - $80 (Chico)

    condition: good
    make / manufacturer: Cannondale, eclipse, Kirkland
    size / dimensions: Large bags For a long tour
    Two sets of Cannondale rear saddlebags with two handlebar bags… We used to tour back in the 90s and they’ve been sitting on a shelf since then. Lots of life in these. $80 text me five3zero-5one8-fourZero68
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    LeMond Zurich in Portland, OR

    Someone must want this: https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/...414167828.html

    It's a 2001 LeMond ZŁrich, based off the past colors and the Trek Catalogs. The Wheelset could be sold for $200, I think. Heck, I just paid $80 for an Ultegra front deraillure. Paint looks great from the pictures. I'm tempted to go and look, but then I'ld buy it, and I really don't need to start in on a another 650B conversion.


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    Cheapo Rockhopper in one of the cooler paint jobs.

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    Specialized Rockhopper - $150 (Maple Valley)


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    https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik...411031722.html

    1986 Schwinn Prelude - $125 (sausalito)

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    GT ti mtb,xtr.


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    dura ace $150.


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    Peugeot Super Competition Late 70's, Early 80's (New Orleans) - $400
    https://neworleans.craigslist.org/bi...413899190.html

    Not exactly a screaming deal but it seems like Peugeot Super Competitions are popping up less often.
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    Nice looking $150 GT in PA.

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    $50 Nishiki Saga project in MD.

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    Originally Posted by cb400bill
    A decent looking World Voyageur rider - $350 in Cleveland
    Wow! I love the color and how it contrasts with the chrome! I'd add gum walls, Brooks saddle, orange tape and move the shifters to the down tube. Does anyone know how these rode compared to the 70's Paramount?
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    If those are real tandem rims, I'd pay for the bike for whoever would mail the rims and they could keep it! I think they are just road bike rims that seller installed.

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    Custom Tandem -Super deal - $100 (Near Lewis and Clark College)

    Whatís the story with tandems? They are like elephants, very cool to look at but folks are afraid to ride them! My wife and I have had more positive adventures on our tandem but since I own three, itís time to let this one go. Since I canít seem to sell it at a fair price, Iím practically giving it away.

    For $100, you get a custom, 80's (?) American steel frame set. The brazing on the fillets is exceptional. It comes with wheels, TA cranks, both front and rear derailleurs, front and rear stems, handlebars and brake levers. It is a 10 speed, but the gearing is good for everything but alpine touring, as in Switzerland.

    The tires are brand new.

    I took off the high end Brooks saddles and bar-cons (bar end shift levers).

    All that is needed are two saddles, downtube shift levers, canti calipers, cables and bar wrap.

    The front will fit someone 5í8Ē-6í2Ē and the stoker/rear rider should be 5í3Ē - 5í8

    I feel like I have a pet that needs adopting. I believe if this bike fits you and your partner, it will be great fun. The frameset warrents upgrading too

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    For those of you who recently won the lottery or sold off the lions share of your collection, I invite you to consider this legendary 1995 Bruce Gordon Rock & Road touring juggernaut. I've contacted the gentleman and he clearly knows what he has and don't ask because trades won't cut it. Cash is king.

    A bike of this pedigree won't sell here in Corvallis or maybe even in Oregon. I believe he'll have to go to the 'Bay to get his asking price. And, he just might get it with BG's recently rocketing to as much infamy as Herse steeds!

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    Bruce Gordon Rock & Road touring bike - $3,000

    Bruce Gordon Rock & Road 56cm touring frame with Esge fenders and front and rear BG chromoly racks.
    This bike is in superb condition and ready to ride anywhere in the world. The drivetrain has less than 100 miles on it. The bearings in the Phil Wood hubs and bottom bracket are speced for submersible pumps. The rims on the Mavic wheels are ceramic coated so they will Never wear out. The front rack isnít mounted but I will ship it with the bike. I usually would only mount it when I was going on a loaded tour. All hardware is stainless steel so it wonít rust. The inside of the frame is coated with Frame Saver.

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    IRD triple crankset, 175mm. 24-36-46,
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    Phil Wood hubs with Mavic ceramic rims, 36 hole front, 40 hole rear with DT SS spokes,
    Continental Contact 700/32 tires with very few miles,
    Bruce Gordon cantilever brakes (handmade, cost $388),
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    Shimano M-959 dual sided SPD pedals,
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    Pitlock skewers and seatpost clamp so nobody can steal your wheels or seatpost,
    (If you prefer quick release skewers and standard seatpost clamp I can provide those.)

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    That one has some rust trouble methinks...

    and what is with the drumsticks on upper tier bikes coming up for sale lately. Odd.


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    Peugeot Super Competition Late 70's, Early 80's (New Orleans) - $400
    https://neworleans.craigslist.org/bi...413899190.html

    Not exactly a screaming deal but it seems like Peugeot Super Competitions are popping up less often.
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    All original Dave Scott Ironman other than tires

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    Panasonic TI frame: https://www.ebay.com/itm/185191414181 . I had one of these, stupidly sold it a few years ago. From what I have read, they are commercially pure titanium, not 3/2.5.
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    Originally Posted by easyupbug
    That should be ~54cm ctc. Smallish but not tiny small. I know because I have the 52cm version of this. It's harder to eyeball bikes with unicrown forks because the unicrown fork makes the headtube shorter.
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