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Old 05-15-19, 09:06 PM
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Originally Posted by 76SLT View Post
I just switched from skinwalls to these Continentals on Mavic MA40 rims yesterday. I wanted the darker look. I hope I'll still be allowed in the club.
I've seen that bike in person. All Ironman.
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62cm grey marble IM for sale on the Ebay/Craigslist thread.
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Originally Posted by 76SLT View Post
I just switched from skinwalls to these Continentals on Mavic MA40 rims yesterday. I wanted the darker look. I hope I'll still be allowed in the club.
I'm a gumwall guy through and through. The dark gumwalls Continental has are hot. That being said, some bikes look better with black tires. Sometimes the bike speaks to you on color of components, rims, etc. You have to listen to it and respect its feelings.
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Originally Posted by Vintage_CyclistAnother one of the Summertime Blues IM's has surfaced in Texas. 61cm


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Gorgeous bike.
Too bad about that top tube ding, but the upside is it makes the bike affordable.
I would try to convince the seller that shipping can be half what he lists, if done through bikeflights or shipbikes.
Heads up on this bike, I actually purchased it on eBay a few weeks ago. The seller is definitely aware that it can be shipped cheaper because he fit it in a pretty small box that was only $42 via bike flights (I know because I sent it back)

The top tube dent occured in shipping to me because the seller packed it with the stem hanging around the TT in that spot.

The bike was shipped bike flights via UPS and the box was crushed badly on the non drive side. The seat stay was bent but not enough to show well in photos. The seat post and seat were packed next to the seatstay which likely contributed to the damage. The rear wheel was also pretty badly out of true. The bike had obviously taken a big hit or heavy weight to left rear during shipping. Being unsure of the extent of the damage to the rear and with the top tube dent I decided to send it back.

I was also disappointed in the condition considering it was described as pristine in the original listing. It wasn't bad but definitely not pristine, for example cable rub and rust under the brake cable on the top tube.
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Hi @Cripes , bummer about the bike . Hope you get something going pretty soon . Because Centurion did not make a 61 IM (only even numbers) what size do you need ?

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Originally Posted by markwesti View Post
Hi @Cripes , bummer about the bike . Hope you get something going pretty soon . Because Centurion did not make a 61 IM (only even numbers) what size do you need ?
That frame is definitely a 60cm which I figured it was when I bought it (even though 62 is better for me). I have plenty of bikes though, just no Centurions.

I'll add a Ironman to the collection eventually, just bummed this one didn't work out.
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No pics, but an Expert just popped on on a relatively local CL. If it were my size I would have been there by now (saw it when it had been listed for 15 minutes and would have called right away). SOunds like a 54cm by the standover measurement.

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Centurion Bike Dave Scott - $75 (Spartanburg SC 29307)

"Expert Iron Man Dave Scott" Centurion bicycle. 1980's. Red. Ready to ride. Needs tires. Gears work well, so do brakes. Shimano 105 brakes, crank, derailleurs. Drop handle bars. Road bike, 1980's. $75. I don't know bikes; took this on a trade. Need to sell. Stand over height is 31.5 inches. Camera not working today. Call Dennis xxxxxxxxxxx. Spartanburg off Drayton Road.
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No pics, but an Expert just popped on on a relatively local CL. If it were my size I would have been there by now (saw it when it had been listed for 15 minutes and would have called right away). SOunds like a 54cm by the standover measurement.

https://charlotte.craigslist.org/bik...890578345.html

Centurion Bike Dave Scott - $75 (Spartanburg SC 29307)

"Expert Iron Man Dave Scott" Centurion bicycle. 1980's. Red. Ready to ride. Needs tires. Gears work well, so do brakes. Shimano 105 brakes, crank, derailleurs. Drop handle bars. Road bike, 1980's. $75. I don't know bikes; took this on a trade. Need to sell. Stand over height is 31.5 inches. Camera not working today. Call Dennis xxxxxxxxxxx. Spartanburg off Drayton Road.
Dammit! Now Iím going to have to check it out!
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Originally Posted by Cripes View Post
Originally Posted by Vintage_CyclistAnother one of the Summertime Blues IM's has surfaced in Texas. 61cm




Heads up on this bike, I actually purchased it on eBay a few weeks ago. The seller is definitely aware that it can be shipped cheaper because he fit it in a pretty small box that was only $42 via bike flights (I know because I sent it back)

The top tube dent occured in shipping to me because the seller packed it with the stem hanging around the TT in that spot.

The bike was shipped bike flights via UPS and the box was crushed badly on the non drive side. The seat stay was bent but not enough to show well in photos. The seat post and seat were packed next to the seatstay which likely contributed to the damage. The rear wheel was also pretty badly out of true. The bike had obviously taken a big hit or heavy weight to left rear during shipping. Being unsure of the extent of the damage to the rear and with the top tube dent I decided to send it back.

I was also disappointed in the condition considering it was described as pristine in the original listing. It wasn't bad but definitely not pristine, for example cable rub and rust under the brake cable on the top tube.
Thanks for the heads up, anyway.
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@fleslider , how is the Zunow coming along ?
Well its been slow going working on as i can getting the rust spots cleaned then @cinco and I will start working on touching it up. but work and other commitments have extended it.

Still looking for a DuraAce Stem that wont break the bank. Any ways here is some pics of the frame disassembled and alot of the rust taken care of. still have a bunch to go.





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Well its been slow going working on as i can getting the rust spots cleaned then @cinco and I will start working on touching it up. but work and other commitments have extended it.

Still looking for a DuraAce Stem that wont break the bank. Any ways here is some pics of the frame disassembled and alot of the rust taken care of. still have a bunch to go.





Yowza! I appreciate your attention to detail. But man!, Mike Piggs racing bike? I'd already be riding it. Keep it going.
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Yowza! I appreciate your attention to detail. But man!, Mike Piggs racing bike? I'd already be riding it. Keep it going.
I know i really do want to ride it, but want to make sure it is done right. I think it deserves it. but yes the thought has crossed my mind to just build it up and ride it!
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Dammit! Now Iím going to have to check it out!
well? did you get it?
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Yeah, foot retention is a mixed bag of good and bad. Clipless systems can strain the knee with an unnatural twisting motion. Toe clips usually lack any float so unless it's set up perfectly the position can aggravate other problems.

Personally, whenever my knee twinges and doesn't clear up quickly I switch to platform pedals and comfortable shoes for a few rides until the problem clears up. I don't see any significant difference in my average speed. The only downside to platforms for me is sometimes I get foot arch cramps from pedaling hard with shoes that have too-soft soles. I should get some Five-Tens or proper MTB shoes.
Platforms for the win! Nearly all my rides are sneaker equipped no more speedplay's or SPDs or clips and straps and oddly no more knee pain, or tight shoes or clopping around off the bike. I'm slow but I'm comfy



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well? did you get it?
No. I decided to pass. I have a red one in storage and enough projects awaiting. Great deal, though.
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No. I decided to pass. I have a red one in storage and enough projects awaiting. Great deal, though.
Well dag nabbit, look what you made me do!

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Congrats. Looks like a nice score.
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Well dag nabbit, look what you made me do!

Score !
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WoW 75 bucks! Great score.
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Thanks folks! A few things: it took most of the day to make the deal happen (calls, emails in spam folders, missed calls, other interested long distance buyers, etc), and it almost didn't until I told the seller that I could be there in an hour with cash in hand. I got the 'ok to come down' email while I was cutting the grass, so I stopped that and quickly got changed and headed out the door. It was just over an hour door to door. I gave it a quick once over, it looked acceptable, he also had a set of Shimano shoes 'with the little clips that fit in the pedals', so I got those too. They are falling apart, so I'll take the cleats off and scrap the shoes.
So in the ad, he gave the standover height as 31.5 inches, so I was initially looking at this as a parts and or flip/trade bike (since I thought it would be too small for me). I really have no idea where he was measuring that, or if the tires were flat when he did, but it's a 58 and darn, that's my size! Standover is 32 3/8".
There is considerable rust along the top of the top tube, so that will need to be addressed sooner than later. It is super filthy. Anyway, it's late, I'm tired, and tomorrow is one of the busiest days of the year for me, so I gotta get a shower and get to bed. More pics and details later. Oh, serial number is N7Axxxx.

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Thanks folks! A few things: it took most of the day to make the deal happen (calls, emails in spam folders, missed calls, other interested long distance buyers, etc), and it almost didn't until I told the seller that I could be there in an hour with cash in hand. I got the 'ok to come down' email while I was cutting the grass, so I stopped that and quickly got changed and headed out the door. It was just over an hour door to door. I gave it a quick once over, it looked acceptable, he also had a set of Shimano shoes 'with the little clips that fit in the pedals', so I got those too. They are falling apart, so I'll take the cleats off and scrap the shoes.
So in the ad, he gave the standover height as 31.5 inches, so I was initially looking at this as a parts and or flip/trade bike (since I thought it would be too small for me). I really have no idea where he was measuring that, or if the tires were flat when he did, but it's a 58 and darn, that's my size! Standover is 32 3/8".
There is considerable rust along the top of the top tube, so that will need to be addressed sooner than later. It is super filthy. Anyway, it's late, I'm tired, and tomorrow is one of the busiest days of the year for me, so I gotta get a shower and get to bed. More pics and details later. Oh, serial number is N7Axxxx.

<Cough> Clunker challenge <Cough> nice score
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Nice Score, now you have both models for 1987!
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Glad you fixed those beer bike flipped drops before the new pix. Every time I see flipped up drops I think of that guy down the street riding no-hands, 32 oz of beer in one hand, cigarette in the other. Gives me the shakes.
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<Cough> Clunker challenge <Cough>

Hmmm, you know, that thought never crossed my mind, but now that you mention it..............
I'll have to do a little more investigation into what condition the bike is in, and then head to the bike thrift store to see if I I can get some tires and who knows what else it might need.

Yeah, handlebars, drove me nuts when I pulled into the guy's driveway and saw the bike under the carport. I would have moved them right then and there if I would have had my hex wrench set with me!
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Glad I passed. 58 is too big for me. I had a pristine Expert that size some years ago. Tried to make it fit, but felt like I was riding a giant. Enjoy!!!
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