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The New Classic Rigs and Rides Thread 1.1

Old 10-01-13, 12:19 AM
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Originally Posted by 63_dorinte
Another project completed to rideable state, early 1970s Raleigh Professional. Not all C&V correct, but I like it. Drivetrain came from my now-retired 1979 Trek 930. I did not ride it on the road yet (still sick today), but it is ready to go for tomorrow if I feel better. If it works out, I have a clamp-on water bottle cage and a handlebar bag to add to it.
totally diggin the raleigh !!! fastback seventies, yeah !
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Miyata Ridgerunner SE, converted to 27" wheels, fixed gear, drop bars, just added the fenders and rack. Thinking of adding a chainguard, a bell and chainstay guard as well....
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May I have your bike?
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80s Nishiki Prestige in nice shape posing for a picture at a rest stop

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Vintage chromoly love.

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Trusting soul. What made you sure your bike wouldn't go for a dip?
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Originally Posted by smontanaro
Trusting soul. What made you sure your bike wouldn't go for a dip?
Haha, I had that fear while I snapped a few shots. It even played out in my head and I briefly imagined how I would lunge for the bike before it fell or how I would jump in the water if it did fall. I prop my bike up pretty often like that though, so I wasn't overly worried.
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My 1977 (1980s???) Trek 700 series with Shimano 105/Ultegra components and Reynolds Solitude wheelset.
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Old 10-10-13, 05:18 PM
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Originally Posted by HashtagYoloSwag
My 1977 (1980s???) Trek 700 series with Shimano 105/Ultegra components and Reynolds Solitude wheelset.
I posted this on another site but I just signed up here too
Nice. Welcome to the forum. You may want to post those on the STI/Ergo thread, as well.

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1979 Centurion Semi-Pro, by way of cb400bill, who kept it in this condition, even while riding it often.
Tange frame w/chrome as seen. Suntour Cyclone FD/RD. Suntour shifters, 2x5 rear.
GranCompe calipers and levers w/Kool-Stops. Cinelli 65-40 bars on a Cinelli stem.
Miche seatpost, still have the original. Blue B-17, KMC nickel chain. SR crankset 52/42.
MKS Sylvan pedals, Christophe clips, and Lapize straps, Elite Ciussi cage.
Sunshine hubs on anodized Araya 27's, the tires are Schwinn Super Record.

Bikedued sold me some Puma touring shoes, and it's been fun to have.
I'll have to put the saddle on another bike to break it in, I'm not riding this that much.
I have promised Bill I'd do at least a century on it from time to time.



















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Old 10-10-13, 05:40 PM
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Robbie, that's gorgeous! How did you get cb400bill to turn it loose?
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Originally Posted by treal512
Vintage chromoly love.

Beautiful shot, beautiful bike.
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Originally Posted by Scooper
Robbie, that's gorgeous! How did you get cb400bill to turn it loose?
I'm not saying anything unless they find the body.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
Nice. Welcome to the forum. You may want to post those on the STI/Ergo thread, as well.
Thanks!
Where would I find this thread? :0

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Originally Posted by HashtagYoloSwag
Thanks!
Where would I find this thread? :0
That is a nice Trek. I think you'll like this forum. There are some great people here and a mega-ton of awesome bikes.
That thread is here:

https://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...STI-s-or-Ergos
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Old 10-11-13, 08:05 AM
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Gotta throw in my ride on this!


Vintage Goodness by Jbuckdesign, on Flickr
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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver
Beautiful shot, beautiful bike.
Thanks! I love this bike.


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Gotta throw in my ride on this!


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Lookin' good. What kind of water bottle is that?
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Looks like Yuengling from here.
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I love the Zullo, and the way you have it set up.
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Originally Posted by treal512
Lookin' good. What kind of water bottle is that?

Originally Posted by RobbieTunes
Looks like Yuengling from here.
Robbie got to it before me, he's right. It's not exactly a performance enhancing drink.

Originally Posted by KOBE
I love the Zullo, and the way you have it set up.
Thanks for the kind words.
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Fantastic thread & bikes. . .love it here.

My '84 520, still getting it set up/tuned up/dailed in - lucky CL score.

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2001 Lemond Poprad with a Mix of Ultegra and 105. I ride this daily on my 9 mile commute.

1982 Trek 510 with Ishiwata 022. Upgraded with nicer dual pivot brakes and some mustache bars. My change of pace commuter.

1993 Bianchi Project 5. The original 29er. Kid hauler and grocery getter.
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My recently obtained CIÖCC of unknown year...any assistance identifying it would be appreciated!

Champy Mirage gruppo with a Chorus crank

Sticker on upper part of seat tube specifies GARA tubing

Sticker on lower end of seat tube says 'San Cristobol '77 & Nurburgring '78

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Originally Posted by ahuynh
I posted this before a couple of months ago, but just 'finished' the build with some polished box section rims instead of the Open Pros I had on before. Still looking for a few misc parts (like a Dura-Ace seatpost) but mostly done!





Really loving that bike! What made you stick with black cable housings?
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Old 10-14-13, 09:59 AM
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Originally Posted by tophergrace
Really loving that bike! What made you stick with black cable housings?
Because of the black decals I wanted to retain some black cable housing, plus I only had white brake cable housing and didn't have any derailleur housing that matched.
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