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Old 05-29-23, 01:43 PM
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Originally Posted by georges1
I did before , here are updated pics of it.
Link?

Too bad it doesn't have wheels, but it does not appear to have ever been ridden.

Would be helpful if you indicated whether it's on CL or FBM or eBay or ???

But thanks for finally adding a pic to something you found for sale for which we may be looking!
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Old 05-29-23, 02:02 PM
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Originally Posted by machinist42
Link?

Too bad it doesn't have wheels, but it does not appear to have ever been ridden.

Would be helpful if you indicated whether it's on CL or FBM or eBay or ???

But thanks for finally adding a pic to something you found for sale for which we may be looking!
It is not for sale and I bought it a while back and it is project, I am building it see thread there Pinarello Stelvio Purchase

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Originally Posted by georges1
It is less qualitative than the dedacciai 18mcdv6 or a 531c or 531p, even the Neuron, EL, Genius, Foco and the Max are better steels, you will never get sub 10 kilos SLX/SL whole bike. .
Not one to argue normally but that just is not accurate.

Martelly (SL) bike Shimano 8 speed mix - 19 lbs 13 ozs
Giordana Polaris (SLX) with 6 speed Dura Ace - 21 lbs 6 ozs
Ochsner (SL) bike with Sugino/Shimano 7 speed mix - 20 lbs 4 ozs
Schwinn Paramount (SLX) with Dura Ace 9 speed - 19 lbs even
Colnago Super (SL) with original Victory parts shifting a modern 8 speed wheelset - 20 lbs 4 ozs.
Schwinn Circuit Tretubi (SL) with Athena 11 speed- 21 lbs 1 oz.

All weights are as ridden with bottle cages, pedals and the saddle. Good steel of any sort can build a light bike and a light bike does not necessarily make a good bike. My under 16 lb Cannondale is no where near as fast or comfortable as my 23+ lb Softride made in "inferior" Infinity tubing. 17 lb Giordana XL Super never felt as good on the road as my 19 lb one.
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Old 05-29-23, 03:21 PM
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Originally Posted by jamesdak
Not one to argue normally but that just is not accurate.

Martelly (SL) bike Shimano 8 speed mix - 19 lbs 13 ozs
Giordana Polaris (SLX) with 6 speed Dura Ace - 21 lbs 6 ozs
Ochsner (SL) bike with Sugino/Shimano 7 speed mix - 20 lbs 4 ozs
Schwinn Paramount (SLX) with Dura Ace 9 speed - 19 lbs even
Colnago Super (SL) with original Victory parts shifting a modern 8 speed wheelset - 20 lbs 4 ozs.
Schwinn Circuit Tretubi (SL) with Athena 11 speed- 21 lbs 1 oz.

All weights are as ridden with bottle cages, pedals and the saddle. Good steel of any sort can build a light bike and a light bike does not necessarily make a good bike. My under 16 lb Cannondale is no where near as fast or comfortable as my 23+ lb Softride made in "inferior" Infinity tubing. 17 lb Giordana XL Super never felt as good on the road as my 19 lb one.
Thanks for sharing your point of view. You told me back then about your Cannondale, I rode back a while ago on a Caad5 not so comfy, the worst was a Specialized M2 Pro, it was like riding on a wooden stick. Never rode a SL or a SLX or SP or TSX frames in all honesty , my main road bike was a Peugeot Prestige in Reynolds 708 classic with ultegra 6500 and dura ace 7700 with 18 speeds(9.7kilos) comfy and fast. My other road bike I use to ride was my Raleigh Maxisport with Campy C Record and made of Reynolds 753 with 14 speeds (9,4 kilos) snappier than the Peugeot but slightly less comfy. I will get my own surprises with the Coppi (Genius tubing), Grandis (Overmax Tubing), Daccordi (Custom aluminium), the Vetta (Deda 18MCDV6 tubing, I have already a MTB frame in this material which proved its potential many times) and the CT Wallis (Reynolds 731 OS race, probably similar to the 753 but I will have to ride it first) which are projects that I am building. Too rigid and uncomfy bike can penalizing over long hauls or long rides.Excell was one of my favorite tubemakers as were True Temper, Ishiwatta and Vitus but those aren't existing anymore. Kaisei is a japanese high end brand of tubing found on Cherubim bikes. Columbus range of tubes showed in link that they reintroduced cromor, sl and max. The newly introduced SL isn't Cyclex steel anymore but Omnicrom steel and same with Max which isn't Nivacrom steel but Omnicrom steel, so certainly an improvement over the past series
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You do know this is a reboot Masi, ok bikes but so not the real thing.
I did not not know.
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Originally Posted by tgot
I did not not know.
K, so yes, like falling off a cliff.
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Old 05-29-23, 07:11 PM
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Bianchi Premio - $75 - Long Beach, CA
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Beat me to posting this one. Awesome deal for a daily bike.
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80s Guerciotti road bike - $200 (Tacoma)

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Classic "10 Speed Drive" Guerciotti. Suntour Superbe/Cyclone 6spd drivetrain. Colombus tubing. 59x57cm frame. Ready to ride.
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1975 Raleigh Super Tourer/Competition --Reynolds 531 - $220 (Tacoma)

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Classic mid 70s Raleigh. Made in the Carlton workshop, it features a full Reynolds 531 frame and fork. 59cm ST, it's currently set up for a 5'10" rider. Upgraded cockpit with Gran-Compe ENE tall stem and Velo Orange Randonneur bar. Original 27" wheels with fresh tires. Lots of tire clearance, 700x40s fit with ease.
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Vintage Cannondale Criterium - $200 (Kent)

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Typical nicks and scratches for its age but it's tuned up and everything works great. Brand new tires.
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VINTAGE NASHBAR TOUR BIKE - $300 (REDMOND/SEATTLE)

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VINTAGE NASHBAR TOUR BIKE
SPEED: 15
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Originally Posted by phtomita

80s Guerciotti road bike - $200 (Tacoma)

https://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/bik/d/tacoma-80s-guerciotti-road-bike/7626717214.html
Classic "10 Speed Drive" Guerciotti. Suntour Superbe/Cyclone 6spd drivetrain. Colombus tubing. 59x57cm frame. Ready to ride.
At first glance, I thought I saw blue fenders on it, which would be a good trick for such a racy bike.
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Originally Posted by georges1
Thanks for sharing your point of view. You told me back then about your Cannondale, I rode back a while ago on a Caad5 not so comfy, the worst was a Specialized M2 Pro, it was like riding on a wooden stick. Never rode a SL or a SLX or SP or TSX frames in all honesty , my main road bike was a Peugeot Prestige in Reynolds 708 classic with ultegra 6500 and dura ace 7700 with 18 speeds(9.7kilos) comfy and fast. My other road bike I use to ride was my Raleigh Maxisport with Campy C Record and made of Reynolds 753 with 14 speeds (9,4 kilos) snappier than the Peugeot but slightly less comfy. I will get my own surprises with the Coppi (Genius tubing), Grandis (Overmax Tubing), Daccordi (Custom aluminium), the Vetta (Deda 18MCDV6 tubing, I have already a MTB frame in this material which proved its potential many times) and the CT Wallis (Reynolds 731 OS race, probably similar to the 753 but I will have to ride it first) which are projects that I am building. Too rigid and uncomfy bike can penalizing over long hauls or long rides.Excell was one of my favorite tubemakers as were True Temper, Ishiwatta and Vitus but those aren't existing anymore. Kaisei is a japanese high end brand of tubing found on Cherubim bikes. Columbus range of tubes showed in link that they reintroduced cromor, sl and max. The newly introduced SL isn't Cyclex steel anymore but Omnicrom steel and same with Max which isn't Nivacrom steel but Omnicrom steel, so certainly an improvement over the past series
SL and Cromor make for solid bikes. You should ride a few if you can. I think you'd be surprised! My Rossin Performance EL (OS presumably), is a rocket ship, but my Basso (made with SL), is still the smoothest ride I have.
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No idea what the worth but it sure is purdy and those parts arenít in the co-op bins.





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Originally Posted by RustyJames
No idea what the worth but it sure is purdy and those parts arenít in the co-op bins.
I've got a pair of the cranks and pedals/clips/straps listed in the sales forum....jest saying...
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David Tesch S-22 58cm Racing Bike Nuo-Retro

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This came to us as a consignment from a collector. Well kept, barely ridden, modernized to Shimano Dura-Ace and Ultegra 11sp. Tuned and ready to ride (no pedals included) As seen on TCycles restorationís page: https://www.ticycles.com/news/2020/1...989-tesch-s-22 Frame: True Temper 4130 Chromoly double butted 58cm top to bottom, 55cm top to top with a 33Ē stand over clearance. Fork, same as frame Components: Shimano Ultegra R8000 drive train Shimano Ultegra R8000 crankset 172.5mm 52-36T Salsa quill stem 130mm Salsa Short and shallow 420mm handlebar LizardSkin bar tape Shimano Dura-Ace C24 wheelset in A++ condition Fiízik: Arione saddle w/magnesium rails KingChris headset Vittoria Open Corsa CX 700x23 tires Bontrager carbon seatpost Weight: 19 lbs (8.61 kg) Thanks for looking
Anyone looking for a smaller Tesch might check out Oak City Cycling in Raleigh, NC. They've got a nice one, around 50 cm seat tube, mid-80's, all Suntour Superbe, $600 I believe.
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Schwinn bicycle for $500. There is a red bike thrown in there too.

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Quite a bonus. I'm a nut for Pinarello, even if its the wrong size for me. But that is one idiosyncratic build.
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Falcon Vintage Road Bike - $100 (Holly Springs)

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"Selling a vintage Falcon road bike. This bike is for the vintage bike enthusiast as it is a hard to find higher end bike from the bike boom era. This bike has a desirable Reynolds 531 frame with Campagnolo shifters, derailleurs and headset, Cinelli stem and bars, Sugino Mighty crankset and a Brooks B-15 saddle. The brakes are Weinmann centerpull and the wheels are Araya 700C with Suntour hubs. The frame measures 55cm at the seat tube. It has chrome lugs and chrome fork. Falcon bikes of this vintage were handmade with Reynolds 531 tubing in the UK.
The bike is not ride ready but will need the bottom bracket and hubs to be lubed and a general cleaning.
Asking $100
All proceeds go to charity.
If interested, contact by text or e-mail. Also, see my other ad for vintage Campagnolo parts.bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
brake type: other/unknown
condition: fair
frame size: 55cm
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Falcon
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 700C

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Originally Posted by georges1
I did before , here are updated pics of it






Nice looking Stelvio. I had one nearly identical. '94 I believe, same paint, all original Dura Ace, same paint scheme, but mine was the Dolemans tube set (if I'm not mistaken). I think the topic is somewhat hotly debated, but seems consensus was that Kens was preferred over Dolemans. Mine rode quite nicely, but not nearly as good as the Pinarello Dynalite of the same year.
I dont think Pinarello is capable of making a bad bike, but they did make bikes that are a step or two down from the top. To my knowledge their top models in ''94-'95 used top quality Oria and Dedacciai tube sets.
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