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1985 Trek 760 : My first road bike!

Old 10-19-14, 06:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Sedgemop
Thanks for the tip. I don't see their high end stuff too often, but I'll check them out when I do.
Here is the Fuji catalog site to aid you should you find one and not sure the caliper you're looking at, also good for checking to make sure the bike your looking at has all the original components; see: Catalog_Covers

Miyata's catalog is here: Miyata Bicycle Catalogs This one is a bit odd, you have to type in the year of the bike in the search box (where the orange box is with the white sqiggly) and hit enter and that catalog will come up.

Don't overlook Schwinn either, they made some very nice bikes without getting into the uber expensive Paramounts; here is there catalog listing; see: Schwinn Years by Model models like the Prelude, Premis, Super Sport, Superior, and Peloton.

Nishiki had a really nice bike called the Competition as did Centurion with several models like the Turbo, Comp TA, and Elite RS. Even though the Nishiki and the Centurion were not true brands, they were imported bikes with decals from a generic factory, those models were very well made and appointed with high end groupsets, I knew a few people back in the day that raced on them.

Other brands like Panasonic DX5000, DX5000, and DX3000, and the Bridgestone RB1. Those tend to be a bit rare to find and as such demand pretty good prices.
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