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Old 04-22-17, 06:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Pompiere
I found this a couple weeks ago at a local flea market. It has all the original equipment, and judging by the grease and condition of the tires, it had been serviced in the past ten years. I went through it, top to bottom and replaced the cables, bar wrap, chain, and put on a set of used Paselas. Yesterday, I took it out for the first time, and did 25 miles. Sun Tour Accu-shift worked perfectly. It easily handled a few miles of rough chip & seal. I plan to replace the saddle and maybe put on a taller stem, but that's about all.
Very nice, digging the color scheme on this one.
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I took the bike to my LBS and told the mechanic to service the freehub exactly as you stated above. He fixed it and said it just needed to be serviced and that now it's in good shape. I put some Shimano pedals and Specialized bottle cages on her. I think it's ready to roll now.

Most excellent result! I had an '89 Tempo (pictured earlier) and really enjoyed it. I have those exact Specialized Ribcage bottle cages on my '85 Peloton. They look really good. Enjoy the bike!
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Originally Posted by jamesdak
This has been posted elsewhere but I guess I can put it here too.

This is the 1987 Waterford built Paramount I got to go along with my 87 Circuit and Prologue. It had a factory repaint done to it and then upgraded to Dura Ace 9-speed along with adding a C.F. fork and C.F. bars. All this by a previous owner. I'm still sorting it out but today's 50 miler on it was really nice. I swapped on my handbuilt Zen Cyclery wheels and got the weight done to 19 lbs 7 ozs.

Looks great! The 7700 Dura Ace stuff is just good stuff, as I continue to employ it on a few of my bikes (in various capacities). This thread continues to warm my heart, and soon I (am pretty sure I) will have another official late-'80s Schwinn to contribute!
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Sweet paramount.

Originally Posted by jamesdak
This has been posted elsewhere but I guess I can put it here too.

This is the 1987 Waterford built Paramount I got to go along with my 87 Circuit and Prologue. It had a factory repaint done to it and then upgraded to Dura Ace 9-speed along with adding a C.F. fork and C.F. bars. All this by a previous owner. I'm still sorting it out but today's 50 miler on it was really nice. I swapped on my handbuilt Zen Cyclery wheels and got the weight done to 19 lbs 7 ozs.

I saw this on Craigslist and eBay. Sweet bike. Jealous.
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1987 Super Sport

Just picked up this late-year paint style 1987 Super Sport for a very very good price. Full Shimano 600 (6209, the last iteration of that generation, but the first? sub-generation to get indexed shifting, and Biopace) with the added bonus of 7400 Dura Ace hubs laced to Mavic MA40 rims in great shape. I thought the wheels spun rather nicely, on top of 600's normal smoothness.

Oh, and some period Paramount road cycling shoes with well-used cleats meant for 7400-era SPD clipless pedals. I wear a 46 in Specialized shoes and these were a 43. Quite a snug fit. I have no idea what I will do with them at the moment.

The bike is in good, solid shape. Paint could use a bit of waxing to restore some luster. No metallic in it to help out here. Very "honest" looking. Definitely a "put away wet" bike in a few instances, like paint bubbling under the cable housings on the top tube. Seller said paint great and it had no chips etc--I know enough to doubt that unless pictures prove it (none were in that close in the ad). I was right. Overall it's good though.

Seller is the original owner and did ride it a lot and really enjoyed it. I could tell. It is grubby, and since I bought it in the pouring rain, I didn't ride it and won't until the road is dry. I'll adjust the bar angle down a bit, but for now will ride it in 'original'/as is condition (seller said it received a tune-up in 2016 at a respected bike shop here in the area) and see what to do later on.

In short, I am very excited about this bike. Another good-looking, tall, '80s road-race Schwinn gets a good home (me) and I get to ride a sweet bike with a neat sounding freewheel.







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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel
Just picked up this late-year paint style 1987 Super Sport for a very very good price. Full Shimano 600 (6209, the last iteration of that generation, but the first? sub-generation to get indexed shifting, and Biopace) with the added bonus of 7400 Dura Ace hubs laced to Mavic MA40 rims in great shape. I thought the wheels spun rather nicely, on top of 600's normal smoothness.

Oh, and some period Paramount road cycling shoes with well-used cleats meant for 7400-era SPD clipless pedals. I wear a 46 in Specialized shoes and these were a 43. Quite a snug fit. I have no idea what I will do with them at the moment.

The bike is in good, solid shape. Paint could use a bit of waxing to restore some luster. No metallic in it to help out here. Very "honest" looking. Definitely a "put away wet" bike in a few instances, like paint bubbling under the cable housings on the top tube. Seller said paint great and it had no chips etc--I know enough to doubt that unless pictures prove it (none were in that close in the ad). I was right. Overall it's good though.

Seller is the original owner and did ride it a lot and really enjoyed it. I could tell. It is grubby, and since I bought it in the pouring rain, I didn't ride it and won't until the road is dry. I'll adjust the bar angle down a bit, but for now will ride it in 'original'/as is condition (seller said it received a tune-up in 2016 at a respected bike shop here in the area) and see what to do later on.

In short, I am very excited about this bike. Another good-looking, tall, '80s road-race Schwinn gets a good home (me) and I get to ride a sweet bike with a neat sounding freewheel.

Nice score. I have an 85 spec'd very similar. Shimano 600 with Dura Ace indexed DT shifters, DA derailleur and DA hubs. The DA freewheel does sound very cool and ride super smooth.

Mine rides great, quick and stiff. It's my fair-weather ride. I'm sure you'll love it. Enjoy!
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So many nice original paint jobs. Eight or so years ago I picked up a 974 with a little blue paint left on it for five dollars at a church sale. Stripped it and rode it with just waxed bare aluminum, but decided I wanted some paint on it again. Primered and painted it in farm equipment orange, easy to patch, fairly durable rattle can. Got some complements out on the trail. Original tri color hubs still spin super smooth. Changed the cassette from Uniglide to hyperglide but kept it seven speed so I could still use the 600 shifters.


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Originally Posted by Super_Sport
Nice score. I have an 85 spec'd very similar. Shimano 600 with Dura Ace indexed DT shifters, DA derailleur and DA hubs. The DA freewheel does sound very cool and ride super smooth.

Mine rides great, quick and stiff. It's my fair-weather ride. I'm sure you'll love it. Enjoy!
Thanks! Your SS is the sister to my Peloton of the same year as they shared geometry (per the catalogs), so I think we each have a good idea of how the other rides and handles--your assessment of your SS matches my Peloton.

Can't wait to get it out on the road. We just have rain all week forecast...as I'm sure you do. Ugh. Soon!
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Man! I like these Super Sports! Post more pics after you clean it up.

Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel
Just picked up this late-year paint style 1987 Super Sport for a very very good price. Full Shimano 600 (6209, the last iteration of that generation, but the first? sub-generation to get indexed shifting, and Biopace) with the added bonus of 7400 Dura Ace hubs laced to Mavic MA40 rims in great shape. I thought the wheels spun rather nicely, on top of 600's normal smoothness.

Oh, and some period Paramount road cycling shoes with well-used cleats meant for 7400-era SPD clipless pedals. I wear a 46 in Specialized shoes and these were a 43. Quite a snug fit. I have no idea what I will do with them at the moment.

The bike is in good, solid shape. Paint could use a bit of waxing to restore some luster. No metallic in it to help out here. Very "honest" looking. Definitely a "put away wet" bike in a few instances, like paint bubbling under the cable housings on the top tube. Seller said paint great and it had no chips etc--I know enough to doubt that unless pictures prove it (none were in that close in the ad). I was right. Overall it's good though.

Seller is the original owner and did ride it a lot and really enjoyed it. I could tell. It is grubby, and since I bought it in the pouring rain, I didn't ride it and won't until the road is dry. I'll adjust the bar angle down a bit, but for now will ride it in 'original'/as is condition (seller said it received a tune-up in 2016 at a respected bike shop here in the area) and see what to do later on.

In short, I am very excited about this bike. Another good-looking, tall, '80s road-race Schwinn gets a good home (me) and I get to ride a sweet bike with a neat sounding freewheel.







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Originally Posted by tyler_fred
Man! I like these Super Sports! Post more pics after you clean it up.
Thanks! I am about to go on a test ride and see how she feels. I have a sort of "traveling groupset" that hops from one bike to the next to the next and so on. Lots of black and carbon-y bits. I think it would look great on this bike as I have red striped Michelin Lithion tires and could incorporate some more red and white into the frame and have (another) looks-fast-standing-still bike.

EDIT: Test Ride Analysis:

Well...the stated "2016 tune-up" must have been a few years earlier. The best way I could describe it is hindered. Biopace 'rings feel interesting at a 170mm crank length (I run 175s and these certainly felt short/pedaling a mini-bike). Gummy brake action, though strong once you pulled on the levers well. Shift action was pull-mush-click, not the most fun, but it indexed well and the FD lever held its position on multiple big ring out of the saddle acceleration runs on my test ride loop. The bike is very stable, but more interested in things than my Trek 560, which has slower steering (a slacker HT angle contributes), meant more for long haul cruising at speed (which I have experienced in part). All my fast Schwinns will go fine over distance, but they want to bite into a good turn every now and again otherwise they'll get bored.

Final verdict: Full tear-down and overhaul, paint clean, polish, wax, and touch-up, full black+carbon "traveling groupset" with added red accents. Stay tuned...

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Just picked up this pink Super Sport with 600 SIS components. Just rode it up the block and it feels pretty good. Now I have to decide if I keep it or flip it.

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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel
Biopace 'rings feel interesting at a 170mm crank length (I run 175s and these certainly felt short/pedaling a mini-bike).
Biopace chainrings, of course, should be removed, destroyed, and disposed of, with extreme prejudice!

I just found a nice Sugino AT triple crankset today, to replace the Shimano Biopace on my 1986 Voyageur.
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Just picked up this pink Super Sport with 600 SIS components. Just rode it up the block and it feels pretty good. Now I have to decide if I keep it or flip it.

Wow, another '87 and in a 25" size! Looks great!

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Biopace chainrings, of course, should be removed, destroyed, and disposed of, with extreme prejudice!

I just found a nice Sugino AT triple crankset today, to replace the Shimano Biopace on my 1986 Voyageur.
Aww, there is a special place in my vintage heart for Biopace. Last winter ('15-'16) my winter bike was a 68.5cm 1983 Nishiki Olympic Sport with 52/42/28 first gen (more extreme) Biopace on a 175mm 6500 Ultegra triple crank, running a 12-34 9-speed cassette. It was all very smooth and fit the demeanor of the very large bike. I still have the rings and am not afraid to use them!

[In the end, I understand the love/hate attitude. They are not very pretty, and thus get shunned on showy bikes, but for those that they work well for, it's pretty neat. Can't be any worse than Campy Delta brakes.. ]
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Originally Posted by johnnyace
Biopace chainrings, of course, should be removed, destroyed, and disposed of, with extreme prejudice!

I just found a nice Sugino AT triple crankset today, to replace the Shimano Biopace on my 1986 Voyageur.
All orphaned/neglected/unwanted biopace chainrings should be forwarded to me. They only felt different the first time I rode with them, now I cant tell any difference.
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It seems to be raining Super Sports this week! I like this one too. Makes me want to post pics of the Circuit!!

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Just picked up this pink Super Sport with 600 SIS components. Just rode it up the block and it feels pretty good. Now I have to decide if I keep it or flip it.

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Originally Posted by RiddleOfSteel
Wow, another '87 and in a 25" size! Looks great!
Unfortunately it's a 24". If it was a 25" I would definitely be keeping it. Gotta see if I could get comfortable on it.

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It seems to be raining Super Sports this week! I like this one too. Makes me want to post pics of the Circuit!!
Trying to remember if I ever posted pics of the Circuit I picked up last summer. It's waiting in line for a rebuild right now.
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All orphaned/neglected/unwanted biopace chainrings should be forwarded to me.
I'll keep this in mind next time I come across them.
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Just to be clear, nobody here at Classic Cycle would ever advocate having just one bike. That would be irresponsible.
But let’s just say that a zombie-style apocalypse does happen (or you move into a studio apartment). You have to get by with just one bike. How do you survive such a horror? You would need something that can handle different types of terrain (bombed-out city streets as well as zombie trails that cut through the woods). You would want something that continues to look good for years without access to touch-up paint. Certainly you would want something that packs down small and can go anywhere anytime. The only smart option would be a bike like this titanium Ritchey.
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This was on local cl for last couple weeks...price kept dropping and at 25 I had to make the drive to save it. Pretty rough shape but may come out ok. Brought it in the house to snap these pics as found. What I'm most concerned about it how crimped the kickstand was mounted.
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^^^ Yeah, that kills me, too. OTOH, a full disassembly, cleaning, paint waxing and paint touch up will have this thing looking mighty fine. The paint looks fantastic and barring any dents, will be quite the looker when you're done [MENTION=416226]Kdogbikes[/MENTION] ! It's raining tall '80s Schwinns, and pink ones, too! This is all so great (to me). Great save!
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Well I was able to ride 42 miles on the Longleaf Trace in SE Mississippi Sunday morning before violent storms moved in. This was my longest ride on the Circuit to date. I recently added the Modolo stem and bars. Also, I'm running Shimano Tri-Color shifters with an 8-spd cassette. This bike feels fast and smooth, but most importantly, it's quiet comfy!

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More happy-hearted RoS with seeing another lovely tall and fast Schwinn! I took my Peloton to work and around (eventually to home) on this windy day--but it was dry! Fast, responsive, and comfortable, too! (also rocking downtube shifters again--just the best).
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Romani road bike

I have 2 Romani road bikes purchased in Spain in 1982 .One is a 51 cm ,the other is a 61cm I believe. They are are in good condition for 36 year old bikes. Anyone have any idea what the value of a bike like this is worth? Thanks

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This is my Schwinn Premis that I purchased new in 1988 (still have the receipt) which has just become road worthy for the first time in ~20 years or so. The local bike shop did a complete overhaul and replaced all the consumables that were needed. I put a lot of miles on this bike between 1988 and 1991 and loved riding it. We got some sun this morning and will hopefully get out on the bike today.
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