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Old 12-17-13, 07:51 PM
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[h=2]70s Olmo with Campagnolo Super Record - $800 (Quincy)[/h]


Gorgeous racing machine with credentials. This bike was featured in Cycling Magazine in the late 70s. Fully drilled and lightened, with Super Record rear derailleur and titanium bottom bracket spindle. Wheels are basic Campy Record low flange. A collector's piece in awesome condition - a great Christmas present for your bike collector.

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Old 12-17-13, 07:56 PM
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[h=2]1990 FAT CHANCE,YO EDDY MTBike - $1800 (Mattapoisett Ma.)[/h]
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1990,Prototype Yo Eddy Mountain Bike by Team Fat Chance...Z serial number totally decked out in what was then the best cycling had to offer,Cook Bros.Racing Cranks,Ritchey Gooseneck,Ritchey Prolite Handlebars,Ritchey Vantage Rims,Advent Seatpost,Avocet Seat.The rest of the major parts are Shimano Deore xt and I believe the tires[no dryrot] are original.Decals include D and D cycles,Team Fat Chance,Yo Eddy,Dont Tread On Me.MADE IN MASSACHUSETTS U.S.A.,Fat Chance skull and crossbones,I believe thats it,1990 fork style,this is basically a pro-comp that has been in a time capsule for 20 years, very fast bike not for beginners or weekend warriors.Z SERIAL NUMBER.115Z04.Eliminate spammers and call me at 774 328 2627..Andrew..some scratches[not rust]on saddle,frame,structurally sound.Bike Is Original WHITE
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Old 12-18-13, 09:13 AM
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Reasonable price on a Fuji Touring series III
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^^^ Local flipper. I haven't dealt with him, but have "heard" that he does a lot of bait and switch. He gets a lot of negative CL commentary...but it's hard to tell if it's all just one guy or several.
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Old 12-18-13, 11:02 AM
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[h=2] Velo Orange CAMPEUR 61cm ultimate touring frameset - NEW - $400 (Center City Philly)[/h]


I bought this Campeur frame in Summer 2013 for a big planned bike tour that fell through, so the frame is still in immaculate AS NEW condition. Built up and test ridden a couple of times, but otherwise unused.

The Velo Orange Campeur is the perfect touring bike - with a 4130 double-butted steel frame that's lighter, faster and more elegant than the Surly Long Haul Trucker but with the same carrying capacity. It's also great for commuting and makes a general allround usable super-versatile frame.

61cm large frame for 700c wheels. 3 water bottle bosses. Front and rear fender and rack bosses. Mid-level through eyelets on the fork. Clearance for decent sized tires and fenders (I got 700x41c tires on it). Pump peg. Kickstand plate. Takes a 1" quill stem and cantilever brakes.

Also comes with a brand new Velo Orange Grand Cru headset already fitted, plus a new Dia Compe cable holder. Also included Nitto Technomic stem and Nitto Dynamic seatpost (not pictured).

$400. Can deliver around Philadelphia center city or surrounding area.

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Velo Orange CAMPEUR 61cm ultimate touring frameset - NEW - $400 (Center City Philly)




I bought this Campeur frame in Summer 2013 for a big planned bike tour that fell through, so the frame is still in immaculate AS NEW condition. Built up and test ridden a couple of times, but otherwise unused.

The Velo Orange Campeur is the perfect touring bike - with a 4130 double-butted steel frame that's lighter, faster and more elegant than the Surly Long Haul Trucker but with the same carrying capacity. It's also great for commuting and makes a general allround usable super-versatile frame.

61cm large frame for 700c wheels. 3 water bottle bosses. Front and rear fender and rack bosses. Mid-level through eyelets on the fork. Clearance for decent sized tires and fenders (I got 700x41c tires on it). Pump peg. Kickstand plate. Takes a 1" quill stem and cantilever brakes.

Also comes with a brand new Velo Orange Grand Cru headset already fitted, plus a new Dia Compe cable holder. Also included Nitto Technomic stem and Nitto Dynamic seatpost (not pictured).

$400. Can deliver around Philadelphia center city or surrounding area.

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I've been kind of wanting one of these and it's just my size, but lack that cash.
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I'll help you out if you can negotiate something.
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Old 12-18-13, 12:14 PM
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Thanks, but it's more like a "it'd be nice in theory" rather than something I'm going to try.
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll
I used to see bikes in different plants and factories back when I first started driving trucks. One day in some backwater down in Kentucky just joking around I asked a guy "hey how long do you have to work here before you get a bike" figuring I would get an answer like "Oh they just around and you grab one when you need it". Instead of that he looked me dead in the eye and said "I've been here 10 years and don't have one yet"
And that guy couldn't just bring in his own garbage-picked beater bike?

My dad worked at a NASA facility here in Cleveland as a supervisory engineer. Lots of buildings at that facility that covered a square mile or so. ANYWAY, back in the Gas Crisis days of the early '70s, he implemented a bicycle program at the facility where there were numerous facility 'pool' bikes. Anyone could grab one and ride to another building. The 'fab shop' was responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the bikes. That bike program was still in effect when he retired in '83. Not fancy bikes, but good quality, no-nonsense (probably Sears) three-speeds bikes that probably cost no more than $50ea at the time. And no, they were not allowed to be taken off base, and IIRC, only one disappeared in ten years. Probably some civilian contractor took it.
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Originally Posted by Rocket-Sauce
https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/4247769904.html
[h=2]1990 FAT CHANCE,YO EDDY MTBike - $1800 (Mattapoisett Ma.)[/h]
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1990,Prototype Yo Eddy Mountain Bike by Team Fat Chance...Z serial number totally decked out in what was then the best cycling had to offer,Cook Bros.Racing Cranks,Ritchey Gooseneck,Ritchey Prolite Handlebars,Ritchey Vantage Rims,Advent Seatpost,Avocet Seat.The rest of the major parts are Shimano Deore xt and I believe the tires[no dryrot] are original.Decals include D and D cycles,Team Fat Chance,Yo Eddy,Dont Tread On Me.MADE IN MASSACHUSETTS U.S.A.,Fat Chance skull and crossbones,I believe thats it,1990 fork style,this is basically a pro-comp that has been in a time capsule for 20 years, very fast bike not for beginners or weekend warriors.Z SERIAL NUMBER.115Z04.Eliminate spammers and call me at 774 328 2627..Andrew..some scratches[not rust]on saddle,frame,structurally sound.Bike Is Original WHITE
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that is a sweet bike. What a jem.
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Originally Posted by Cougrrcj
My dad worked at a NASA facility here in Cleveland as a supervisory engineer. Lots of buildings at that facility that covered a square mile or so. ANYWAY, back in the Gas Crisis days of the early '70s, he implemented a bicycle program at the facility where there were numerous facility 'pool' bikes.
My first job out of college was at Lawrence Livermore Lab (1981). They also had a bike pool to allow people to more easily move around the campus.
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I should probably clarify that Dad suggested that NASA Lewis implement the bike program as an energy-saving measure, but he didn't implement it all by himself. He also suggested other energy-saving measures but ran into the 'not invented here' mentality of senior managers, but later it would be implemented with the idea supposedly coming from someone else (more senior/higher in the food chain)... Politics...
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$250 before negotiation is a good price on an early '80s Miyata 1000 whether you would like to flip it or keep it to ride. Smallish, but that's better than all the huge ones so often out there. Looks to be in decent shape.

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$250 before negotiation is a good price on an early '80s Miyata 1000 whether you would like to flip it or keep it to ride. Smallish, but that's better than all the huge ones so often out there. Looks to be in decent shape.
Speak for yourself, flipper.
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Old 12-19-13, 07:47 AM
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
Speak for yourself, flipper.
Ha! Not offense intended, TT. It's just that CL seems overloaded with 23/58+ Miyatas, a few small sizes and even fewer mediums. For flipping purposes that might make this smaller one (21/53?) somewhat more in demand.
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Ha! Not offense intended, TT. It's just that CL seems overloaded with 23/58+ Miyatas, a few small sizes and even fewer mediums. For flipping purposes that might make this smaller one (21/53?) somewhat more in demand.
Yep. There are a bunch of us with long legs that have an insanely difficult time finding large tourers (62cm +). When they come up, there are about 3 of them at a time, though.

People at the small end have a similar problem because demand is much, much higher.

Edit: The one you posted is a late 70s/early 80s 1000. These are less desirable because they don't have all the braze ons, and the tubing is double butted rather than triple butted. I'm sure it's a fine bike, but the late 80s/early 90s tourers have all the braze ons, the high quality tubing, and the refined ride.
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I think this is a pretty fair asking price...it would sell in spring/summer. It's been up for a week, so he might take offers. I think Lotus built some of the nicest imports on the market at the time; honestly I think only Miyata rivals them on quality. He's obviously confused about the tubing.
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Originally Posted by TimmyT
Yep. There are a bunch of us with long legs that have an insanely difficult time finding large tourers (62cm +). When they come up, there are about 3 of them at a time, though.

People at the small end have a similar problem because demand is much, much higher.

Edit: The one you posted is a late 70s/early 80s 1000. These are less desirable because they don't have all the braze ons, and the tubing is double butted rather than triple butted. I'm sure it's a fine bike, but the late 80s/early 90s tourers have all the braze ons, the high quality tubing, and the refined ride.
True, re the edit. I did notice the DB frame and that there were mounts for one water bottle and no mid fork mounts for lowrider racks. The upside is that the Suntour MK II derailleurs and supurbe shifters were IMHO better than the Shimano they switched to in the mid '80s. That and, well, it's a Miyata
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I think this is a pretty fair asking price...it would sell in spring/summer. It's been up for a week, so he might take offers. I think Lotus built some of the nicest imports on the market at the time; honestly I think only Miyata rivals them on quality. He's obviously confused about the tubing.
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Gios Torino. Someone save this from more "modifications" please.
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My Peugeot knowledge is severely lacking - should I be out picking this up right now? Looks like some nice drillium

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[h=2]Peugeot Bicycle - $200 (Raleigh )[/h]


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[h=2] miyata 618gt touring bike 58cm - $200 (university apts, durham)[/h]


Miyata 618gt touring bike, 18-speed. Large 58cm frame. Comes with fenders and very sturdy Jandd rack. Bar-end friction shifters and cantilever brakes.1500 duke university rd (google map) (yahoo map)
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Gios Torino. Someone save this from more "modifications" please.
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/bik/4248826507.html
It looks like it has already been semi messed up with cheap flat bars and a mix of replacement non matching components. Which is a shame this is a really nice bike it would be sad to see further abused.
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