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Old 07-24-13, 01:17 AM
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[h=2]1981 Miyata 1000 Touring Bicycle- 58cm (Just Add Panniers!) - $575[/h]


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[h=2]Vintage Raleigh Grand Prix 10 Speed Bicycle - $75[/h]


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Miyata 1400 - $249

Too far away (down in Colorado Springs) and too small for me.

I'd carefully check for the notorious top tube crack, otherwise this is a screaming deal. Looks like the crankset was replaced.

Miyata 1400 steel Road Bike (Campy, Shimano Ultegra 600, Mavic) 56 cm - $249


Up for grabs is a Miyata 1400 road bike with high end components.

It is a size 56 cm (measured from the center of the BB to the top of the seat tube)

It has been fully tuned up (brand new cables & housing, wheels trued, brand new chain) and in great riding shape. It is fast, fun and offers classic style with lugs and internal cable routing.

Component Specs:
Frame: Miyata 1400 triple butted steel tubing
Size 56 cm: (good for someone between 5'3" to 5'10")
Crankset: Campagnolo
Shifters: Shimano 600 Ultegra Series (7 speed downtube shifters)
Freewheel: 7-Speed
Rims: Mavic MA2
Headset: Shimano 600
Front Derailleur: Shimano 600
Rear Derailleur: Shimano 600
Hubs: Shimano 600
Chain: Sram 850
Brake Calipers: Shimano RX100
Brake Levers: Shimano RX100
Pedals: Shimano
Tires: Specialized 700 X 25 (the tread is good but the sidewalls show wear)
Cycolmeter (brand new battery!) Vetta RT55

This is a great frame for someone looking to get into road biking without spending a fortune. This frame also has horizontal dropouts and could be used as a singlespeed or fixie!

Please reply to this email (I will ignore any emails that appear to be Spam so please be human) or text 719-377- 2 ZERO 2 FOUR

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* Miyata 1400: A high-end road bike sold only as a 1989 model with Shimano 600 components. It is higher-end and features Miyata's CrMo triple-butted construction.*

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Old 07-24-13, 09:54 AM
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Shockingly that Miyata is still listed for sale after being up for 4 days. I want it but cannot buy any more bikes for myself for a while.
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Originally Posted by lasauge
Shockingly that Miyata is still listed for sale after being up for 4 days. I want it but cannot buy any more bikes for myself for a while.
If that frame is truly intact, I'd think you could buy the bike and then sell the frame on eBay for the asking price (or more).

There was a 1400 for sale in Northern Colorado earlier this year for about the same price that did have the cracked frame. This doesn't appear to be the same bike, though - different size.
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Possibly, more likely I'd buy it and end up keeping it myself instead of going through the hassle of shipping it.
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Originally Posted by lasauge
Possibly, more likely I'd buy it and end up keeping it myself instead of going through the hassle of shipping it.
Sounds like a win-win to me!
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Here is a nice one. Wow. I think it is a bit high, but the shape is almost new old stock condition. Can help facilitate.

https://madison.craigslist.org/bik/3957225808.html
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https://boise.craigslist.org/bik/3937984400.html


Trek y-foil 66 model. 54 cm carbon fiber frame, extra set of (clipless) pedals, 1 extra Continental tire. Shimano Ultegra/600 components. These bikes were only made for 2 years and are hard to come by. In very good condition, with some small scratches on paint.
Asking $425 or reasonable offer.

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[h=2]1984 Miyata Six Ten Grand Touring Bicycle- 58 cm (Dialed In!) - $320[/h]


https://cleveland.craigslist.org/bik/3957684731.html

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I don't know much about road bikes, but I thought this looked good.

https://newhaven.craigslist.org/bik/3957913034.html
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Originally Posted by Cougrrcj
[h=2]1984 Miyata Six Ten Grand Touring Bicycle- 58 cm (Dialed In!) - $320[/h]


https://cleveland.craigslist.org/bik/3957684731.html

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Originally Posted by Cougrrcj
1984 Fuji Touring IV Bicycle- 61 cm (Gorgeous Condition!) - $375
https://cleveland.craigslist.org/bik/3954702940.html
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arrgh, I just added a cool old 531 Rudge to my stable - dare I ask if we have a facilitator for this? 61cm Fujis fit me like a glove.
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Edit: I think this page has the most touring bikes in this entire thread.

1985 Nishiki Riviera GT


https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik/3933345752.html






This is a large--recommended for 6'-1" and taller folks--1985 Nishiki Riviera GT. A 'real deal' top-notch touring bike when steel was king and hand-made lugged frames were the norm.

It is in pristine condition, with virtually no miles on it! No rust, no dents, no scratches, no paint chips (okay, I found a couple underneath where a kickstand was mounted).

When I got it, the bike was totally stock. . . But I couldn't leave it that way!

I changed the 'cockpit' mostly:
--New 44cm Nitto model 177 ("noodle bars" is what Rivendell calls them) handle bars.
--New Tectro aero/ergo brake levers.
--New bartape.
--New cables and housing throughout.
--NOS SunTour Symmetric downtube shifters--the one, the only self-trimming; the best downtube shifters ever made! See YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FyR9Sezf1PM

This bike has the rare SunTour LePREE 3-pulley friction rear derailleur, designed by Nishiki and SunTour to pick up more chain slack on wide-ratio touring gear trains. Kawamura Nishiki had exclusive rights to this design in 1985. (Index shifting took over in years following).

Slightly used items I've added:
--Rear rack from a Miyata 1000. Fits perfectly on the rear rack braze-ons and drop-out eyelets.
--Period correct--not to mention proper goldenrod color--Kirtland Tourpack trunkpack.
--Large Arkel Handlebar bag. Quality throughout, including quick-connect metal hardware.
--MKS Grip King pedals.

Other particulars:
--27" wheels. Tires are pristine (1-1/4" CyclePro). Don't know if these are original, but they look new--no cracking of rubber. No need to replace with Gatorskins or Schwalbe Marathons yet.
--Touring braze-ons, double eyelets, and rack mounts front and rear, of course.
--Tange Infinity Double-butted Japanese steel.
--Serial # WE 18393.
--Two smaller chainrings are elliptical. The large one is round.

Size:
--61cm center-to-center seat tube; 63cm center-to-top.
--60.5cm center-to-center top tube.
--34 5/8" Standover.

Nishiki modified the standard touring geometry favored by the designers of Miyata 1000's, Specialized Expeditions, and others. According to the esteemed "T-Mar" on BikeForums: Though geometry will vary depending the year, most grand touring bicycles favour slack angles, usually near parallel. This Nishiki has a very steep head tube relative to the seat tube. This will both lengthen the top tube and shorten the head tube, all other dimensions being equal. Additionally, in my experience, Nishiki also favours slightly longer wheelbases, with some of it coming from an increased front-centre dimension. This will also contribute to a longer top tube. There are lots of other factors that could contribute, but these are the most likely.

I am 6'-0' and the bike is a wee bit too large for me--in both height and top-tube "stretch."

Price can be negotiated, if you don't want one or both bags. Same regarding the pedals.
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Originally Posted by 69tr6r
I don't know much about road bikes, but I thought this looked good.

https://newhaven.craigslist.org/bik/3957913034.html
Yes it does. Decent deal on a great bike.
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I dont know whats the craze is about these Centurion Ironmans, but i thought i just add one to the list. Came across this while looking for other bikes loll. Something about Tange im assuming.

https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/bik/3885916120.html
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Originally Posted by 69tr6r
I don't know much about road bikes, but I thought this looked good.

https://newhaven.craigslist.org/bik/3957913034.html
Oh, my. Do we have a facilitator in the area? I want this one. Already contacted seller and he is unwilling to ship.
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[h=2]1991 Miyata 914 road bike 54cm NEAR MINT - $375 (Cambridge/Lowell)[/h] Vintage 1991 Miyata 914 road bike in near mint condition

frame 54cm; for someone 5'6-5'11
complete Shimano 105 group
search google for more details/vintage catalog
pedals not included, but could provide a good deal on a pair if needed

I'm finally selling this beautiful vintage gem. I've had it for about a year, just using it as a back up road bike. I barely put any miles on it, but have regularly maintained it's condition & stored it properly. After recently completing a touring bike build I no longer have any use for it as a back up. It just sadly hangs on my wall waiting for a rider. I'm a bike mechanic & it has been well cared for. It'd be ideal for someone looking to finally achieve some real mileage, maybe upgrading from something akin to a beat old beastly Varsity, & who prefers a vintage style with the sleek aesthetic of downtube shifters.
Serious buyers only.

***Bike is stored in Lowell, but I travel into Cambridge regularly so I could meet there too***
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[h=2]1984 Motobecane Columbus Steel 58 cm Jubilee Sport - $325 (Billerica)[/h]
All original French very-light racing bike (21 lbs).

* - Columbus Inexternal Brazing Cromoly Steel.
* - Original Maillard Alloy Pedals with Racing Straps.
* - Forged Vertical Dropouts for changing out wheels when racing.
* - 12 speed Suntour Arx deraileurs just cleaned, polished & adjusted.
* - French Nervar Crank just cleaned & polished.
* - English thread bottom bracket just cleaned, bearings replaced and re-greased.
* - Motobecane Headset just cleaned, bearings replaced and re-greased.
* - Water Bottle Braze Ons & Fender Braze Ons.
* - Tires in good shape, frame cleaned and waxed.

* - Tire Pump is not included with bike.

If you send me your number and the best time to call, I will call you.

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[h=2]1983 Trek 600 - 21" Reynolds 531 Frame - $300 (Belmont/Watertown)[/h]

Pristine 1983 Trek 600. 54 cm ctc. Silver brazed, butted Reynolds 531 frame. Aside from a few nicks in the paint, this bike looks almost new and unridden. It is all original (Suntour Blue Line derailleurs, Dia-compe brakes, Aerox cranks, maillard hubs), except for the saddle and seatpost (a very nice Thomson). 27" wheels, but easily converted to 700c.

more info on the 600 can be found here:
https://www.vintage-trek.com/TrekBrochure1983Part1.htm

The 600 was a midline sport/touring model. These vintage Treks are well respected for their excellent quality and smooth ride. In 1983 they were still (mostly) handmade in Wisconsin. It's tough to find one in this superb condition.

This bike is rideable, but has not been restored, which means the cables and brake pads could be replaced and the hub/headset/bb bearings could be cleaned and repacked. It also needs handlebar tape and some brake hoods. It's really fun to ride - unfortunately, it's just a bit small for me.

Please respond with a phone number in your email, and include the words "Red Trek" in the subject of your email. This will help me to weed out the inevitable spam.



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Oh, my. Do we have a facilitator in the area? I want this one. Already contacted seller and he is unwilling to ship.
Yeah - I found my Gran Sport on Maine CL, and he wouldn't ship either. I drove up from MD to get it. How much do you want that bike?
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Here's a nice project for someone, it looks like a 58cm frame to me.

https://ocala.craigslist.org/bik/3945763942.html

Derosa Road frame/Cruiser - $275 (Floral City)



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Someone needs to save that DeRosa. Would be gone if near me.
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Originally Posted by CO_Hoya
Too far away (down in Colorado Springs) and too small for me.

I'd carefully check for the notorious top tube crack, otherwise this is a screaming deal. Looks like the crankset was replaced.
I see a crack in the last pic...or what I think is a crack.
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Originally Posted by Vonruden
Someone needs to save that DeRosa. Would be gone if near me.
Its a $275 money pit. I've been known to take on adventurous projects and even pay far street prices for bikes but that DeRosa? NFW.
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