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Old 10-02-16, 07:16 PM
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Oh boy this is a bigin' , but cool to look at .
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Originally Posted by Nash Deluxe
Drove out over the weekend to pick up this '87 Expert. Very good condition with all original components. I just need to purchase some straps and put the toe clips back on the 105 pedals.








Can someone confirm if these hoods will fit the 1051 levers. If not, please point me in the right direction for some black replacement hoods.
Welcome, man that looks clean. Is it for you?
Check page 112 on this thread post 2776 for info on the hoods.
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No, those hoods will not fit. 1050 hoods are unique and no other Shimano model will fit properly.
With 1050's, it's often less expensive to just buy a nice set of levers with black hoods.
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Originally Posted by texaspandj
Nice. How long have you had it? The pics you posted on the serial number thread really show how nice that bike really is. Good job.
Thanks, I've only had it for 2 weeks previous owner hasn't used it for 5 years so tune up was needed. On the pic I actually just put in new tires and bar tape.
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Originally Posted by texaspandj
Welcome, man that looks clean. Is it for you?
Check page 112 on this thread post 2776 for info on the hoods.
Thanks for the info and the welcome. Yes, the bike is for me. It's a 50cm frame. I'm a smaller fella.
The stem is a bit short, but I need to spend some more time in the saddle to see if it'll be a problem.

Maybe someone here will be up for a trade.

Looks like those hoods fit well enough. A few of the amazon reviewers are using them on 1050 levers and say there's just a small gap at the top of the lever.

Still weighing my options. I may end up getting some TRP levers or something. Hard to beat a quick fix for ~$10 though.

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Originally Posted by Nash Deluxe
Thanks for the info and the welcome. Yes, the bike is for me. It's a 50cm frame. I'm a smaller fella.
The stem is a bit short, but I need to spend some more time in the saddle to see if it'll be a problem.

Maybe someone here will be up for a trade.

Looks like those hoods fit well enough. A few of the amazon reviewers are using them on 1050 levers and say there's just a small gap at the top of the lever.

Still weighing my options. I may end up getting some TRP levers or something. Hard to beat a quick fix for ~$10 though.
Yeah, I just put those hoods on and there is a very small gap, but they look good enough.
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I am always going back and forth about which color scheme is my favorite. So many choices. I have to admit, I really like the Salmon/Coral combo and always have. Too bad it only seems to have been made in Munchkin sizes.
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I am always going back and forth about which color scheme is my favorite. So many choices. I have to admit, I really like the Salmon/Coral combo and always have. Too bad it only seems to have been made in Munchkin sizes.
Well, mostly due to your convincing argument,I believe the Miami Vice color scheme is the king of Ironman color schemes. However its not my favorite. My favorite is the rare Summer Time Blues color scheme.
Leads to the question, although I believe Centurion got it right with their durable paint choices. What color would you like to have seen? I choose Cobalt Blue. And if it ever came down to it, that's the color I'd choose for a repaint/powder coat.

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Originally Posted by texaspandj
Well, mostly due to your convincing argument,I believe the Miami Vice color scheme is the king of Ironman color schemes. However its not my favorite. My favorite is the rare Summer Time Blues color scheme.
Leads to the question, although I believe Centurion got it right with their durable paint choices. What color would you like to have seen? I choose Cobalt Blue. And if it ever came down to it, that's the color I'd choose for a repaint/powder coat.
That's would be a favorite of mine also. If you look at the garage door pictures of rccardr's charcoal one it has a blue hue (to me anyway). That would be great. I think some of the lower Centurion models came in that color.
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No reason why not. Hard Rock paint scheme, Killer Tange Prestige stem. 105, what's not to like.
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Point taken. Accord struck. Time will tell.

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Saturday is our local bike ride. They have a 10, 25, 50, 62 (100k), and 100 mile option. That's great because due to recurring back issue I've been unable to do a long ride in a couple of months also no run training. A long ride for me is 50+ miles. So I'll probably do the 62 mile ride, possibly 100 mile. On a related note my wife will be riding the 25 or 50 miler on her 86 classic. Speaking of my wife she has decided to quit her job and start her own business. It's actually been 4 months now. What's great about it for me is now I can ride daily. She's usually home by noon and off on weekends. And because of that, possibly no windtrainer and treadmill this winter.
My wife is a personal trainer and with her help I plan on resolving my back issue this winter by strengthening my core. I believe my back issue is mostly caused by my 36 pound toddler daughter. However I've had a back problem since I was 14, but this has been one of the worst years, as in almost weekly.
Our bike ride is the Waco Wild West Century. The first time I did it was in 1986, but I actually did the 150 mile ride in 10 hours and some change on my panasonic dx 3000. In 87 I did the 100 mile in just under 5 hours. In 88 I did the 100 mile in just under 4hrs 30 minutes on my pinarello. This year I'll be on my 86 classic Ironman, It's 30 years old! However I've only owned it for 10 years. OK later Irongents.
To keep this post legit, here's number 10 on MY list of top ten Ironman. Not sure if ThePianoMan83 still owns it, but I like it a lot. Obviously a repaint, and it was amazingly rattle canned. Here's the thread link with more pics. https://www.bikeforums.net/
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Anyone think this one is too far gone? Not an IM, but I like the color combo. Plus, I can probably get it for cheap. Is that a 56 or a 58?


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Cross post from the eBay/CL thread

Centurion Ironman Master + extra set of wheels and parts - $265 - Nyack, NY

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Seypat, Depends on how cheap you can get it for, but looks salvageable. Looks like a 58cm to me. That color resembles rccardrs 86.
I have a 56cm pinarello that I may use as my new beater. I usually use my Miami Vice for pulling the baby trailer on Sunday family rides. However I plan on using the MV for next year's triathlons, so.
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Man good price for a very good bike. Looks like a 54cm my size, however out of my district. Worth every penny they're asking for.
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Originally Posted by texaspandj
Seypat, Depends on how cheap you can get it for, but looks salvageable. Looks like a 58cm to me. That color resembles rccardrs 86.
I have a 56cm pinarello that I may use as my new beater. I usually use my Miami Vice for pulling the baby trailer on Sunday family rides. However I plan on using the MV for next year's triathlons, so.
It's listed for $75.00. $50.00 probably takes it home. I might go look at it. I am through that area 2 or 3 times a week. A 56 is ok, but 58 is too big. That is actually a blue and silver color combo like we were talking about a few post ago. Let me post the add so you can see it.

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/5787874514.html





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So I rode in our local t-shirt ride yesterday. With not many long rides it didn't take too much for my wife to convince me to ride with her on the 50 mile course. She rode her 50cm classic and I was on my 54cm classic. There were close to a thousand this year. My wife hasn't ridden that much this year but shes pretty fit. Her longest ride was only 18 miles and had planned to do the 25 miler when I convinced her to do the 50 earlier this week. I knew she wouldn't feel challenged with the 25 miler and it would be more rewarding with the 50 miler.
When the horn blew and our corral moved a few feet then a few more feet I aquired a flat on my rear tire. So we pulled over watched everyone ride by and I replaced the tube and we were on our way. They modified the route a little this year and the relatively flat route had a couple of inclines that pass as hills around here. Unfortunately one was near the end and it got tough for my wife with 15 miles to go. But she persevered and was rewarded with more inner strength. My wife is beautiful, smart, strong willed, strong minded,and physically strong. Which of course makes me.......lucky. We finally had a baby sitter and instead of a date night dinner and movie, we chose to go on an organized bike ride. We have our priorities straight.
Here's a 58 or 60 cm just like the ones we rode yesterday. This is a great price and as we all know this should clean up very well. Looks original including the grime. Road Bike - Ironman Centurion ( Dave Scott Edition )

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This one is cool , I think . I would buy this turkey , but Ms.westi would say something like " hey you markwesti why you gotta buy that bike you all ready gotta bike ! CENTURION IRONMAN DAVE SCOTT |ROAD BIKE |58 CM.| 12 SPEED |LIGHTWEIGHT
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As I mentioned earlier me and my wife rode in our annual local ride. I haven't ridden in an organized ride since the 90s. In fact the last one I did was 100 miler and I was dressed for warm weather and it got colder I stopped at several rest stops trying to buy a jacket from anyone but NO. I survived but it was brutal for me and also I hooked up with a pack of 8 inexperienced riders, but was determined to get home quicker because of the cold and was third in line from the rider who took us all down. Anyways some things or trends I noticed that weren't there back then. The 62 and 100 mile course turn off from the 50, then meet up later. So I saw several single speeds riding the 100 miler and they passed us like we were standing still. Also fully dressed triathlon bikes riding the 100 mile course. Remembering I been out of the sport for a few years, you can imagine my shock to see a nice carbon bike with disc wheel, aero bars, skin suit and aero helmet and riding in time trial mode. Absolutely wild from my stand point. They passed us also. And the single speeds were riding steel bikes and clip in pedals and cycling wear.
Although I rode with my wife, I let her dictate the pace and I would ride beside or behind her and would occasionally drop back to talk with another rider who stayed about 100 yards or so behind us for 25 miles. He was a college student from our hometown college in his 3rd year I think biology major student. I told him we were riding on part of the original Waco triathlon course. And that when Lance Armstrong was 15 he won it, that no one had ever broken the 2 hour barrier til him, and that after the race he rode his bike home to Plano Texas. He was impressed especially cause he was from Plano and said that's a 109 miles from here. That was funny.
About the last 5 miles it was straight into a headwind and I told my wife if you stay within one bike length behind me I'll pull you home. So I did and by the time we got to a stop light we finally had to stop at, I realized I was pulling her and 7 other people including 4 10 year Olds on mountain bikes. That was a cool feeling.
So winter is on its way and I don't like it. Today it was sunny breezy and 80 degrees, typical for this time of year. I rode my Miami Vice and drank only one small bottle of water on my 25 mile ride. A few weeks ago I would drink two large bottles and wish I had a third. Next week it will get into the 90s. Ok,enough oversharing. Later Irongents.
Oh to keep this post legit, here's number 9 on MY top ten list of Ironman. Not sure if Horatio still owns it but it can be found on page 1 of this thread. Very nice indeed.
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Speaking of sharing.....

A guy here on BF was looking for some 650 wheels, to be shipped to Hawaii. I find some locally, and after about a month of trying, I manage to link with a guy in Raleigh who had a set for sale. I pull into the parking lot, and my memory jogs a bit. I shake his hand, and say "you had camouflage Cinelli bar tape for sale a few years ago, in your basement over near Cameron Village, and I bought something from you, but I can't remember what." He just looks at me. He opens the back of his van to show me the wheels, and I see fenders on his Specialized Tri-Cross.

"I remember, now. I bought SKS fenders from you to put on a Miyata Two Ten."

He said "you have a good memory; I'm not sure I remember you."

We talk for a few minutes, and talk gets around to a Centurion Ironman, (imagine that) and he says he has one, a repaint he got with no knowledge of what he had, but his riding partner rides an Ironman and he recognized it under the paint. Seems the guy did some checking and he thought it was an '87 because it had a sloped crown, and he'd checked the serial number database and figured it was an '87.

Then he just grinned.

I said "yeah, I like those Ironman bikes, too."

He said "I know you do. You're RobbieTunes."

Yup. Well, darn it. Yup. I guess I am.

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Horatio's Ironman....

That frame was under me for 2 solo 100-mile rides during rhm's "Solo Century" thread.

Originally Posted by texaspandj
As I mentioned earlier me and my wife rode in our annual local ride. I haven't ridden in an organized ride since the 90s. In fact the last one I did was 100 miler and I was dressed for warm weather and it got colder I stopped at several rest stops trying to buy a jacket from anyone but NO. I survived but it was brutal for me and also I hooked up with a pack of 8 inexperienced riders, but was determined to get home quicker because of the cold and was third in line from the rider who took us all down. Anyways some things or trends I noticed that weren't there back then. The 62 and 100 mile course turn off from the 50, then meet up later. So I saw several single speeds riding the 100 miler and they passed us like we were standing still. Also fully dressed triathlon bikes riding the 100 mile course. Remembering I been out of the sport for a few years, you can imagine my shock to see a nice carbon bike with disc wheel, aero bars, skin suit and aero helmet and riding in time trial mode. Absolutely wild from my stand point. They passed us also. And the single speeds were riding steel bikes and clip in pedals and cycling wear.
Although I rode with my wife, I let her dictate the pace and I would ride beside or behind her and would occasionally drop back to talk with another rider who stayed about 100 yards or so behind us for 25 miles. He was a college student from our hometown college in his 3rd year I think biology major student. I told him we were riding on part of the original Waco triathlon course. And that when Lance Armstrong was 15 he won it, that no one had ever broken the 2 hour barrier til him, and that after the race he rode his bike home to Plano Texas. He was impressed especially cause he was from Plano and said that's a 109 miles from here. That was funny.
About the last 5 miles it was straight into a headwind and I told my wife if you stay within one bike length behind me I'll pull you home. So I did and by the time we got to a stop light we finally had to stop at, I realized I was pulling her and 7 other people including 4 10 year Olds on mountain bikes. That was a cool feeling.
So winter is on its way and I don't like it. Today it was sunny breezy and 80 degrees, typical for this time of year. I rode my Miami Vice and drank only one small bottle of water on my 25 mile ride. A few weeks ago I would drink two large bottles and wish I had a third. Next week it will get into the 90s. Ok,enough oversharing. Later Irongents.
Oh to keep this post legit, here's number 9 on MY top ten list of Ironman. Not sure if Horatio still owns it but it can be found on page 1 of this thread. Very nice indeed.

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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes

He said "I know you do. You're RobbieTunes."

Yup. Well, darn it. Yup. I guess I am.
Busted, who was that masked man Top? Care to let us know, if its not TS?

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Busted, who was that masked man Top? Care to let us know, if its not TS?

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His name is Chris. He also had a Diamondback Prevail mounted in his van. His van had mounts inside for bikes, a place for his tools, kit, shoes, and helmet. His TriCross was covered in mud. He just grinned at that, too.
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Our kind of guy, sounds like, I want to look into possibly doing a van, maybe one of the new trades vans out now. One of the 50+ regulars did a Ford Transit, the previous generation, and it turned out sweet.

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