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Old 03-07-13, 08:32 PM
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interesting trek 560 pro

i picked this up from a friend who also had this frames cannondale step brother (John Stenning on the top tube) like a lot of the stuff i have it was just too cool to pass up it! as far as i can tell its a 560 pro series from 84 or so i dont think im going to do anything with it it doesnt exactly have room for the tires i prefer to ride but like i said before too cool to not pick up ive tried looking John Stenning up a few times with no avail







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Old 03-07-13, 08:50 PM
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Good grief that is a large frame. Does it actually fit you?
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^That looks pretty big, I'd guess it's a 27 inch frame. I've got a 25 inch frame that has a much shorter head tube.
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Ha! Well the frame is a 62ctc which is a nice frenchish fit but I'm 6'2
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Originally Posted by 10speedterror View Post
Ha! Well the frame is a 62ctc which is a nice frenchish fit but I'm 6'2
Ah, well mine's a lowly 500 anyway, plus, the top tube is a shrimpish 58cm which may explain the difference.
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USA Cycling's website has a listing for a John Stenning from Rhode Island.

https://www.usacycling.org/results/?compid=58967
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Old 09-30-13, 02:28 PM
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Ha! Well the frame is a 62ctc which is a nice frenchish fit but I'm 6'2
I can ride 27". Let me know if you'd like to see it rolling 'round New England again.
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And now it's apparent that the former bass player from the B-52's sponsored her own racing team...
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I can ride 27". Let me know if you'd like to see it rolling 'round New England again.
Hey if you want it I can let it go pretty cheap and I have a few other big treks too and probably a few big frames I'm kinda burnt out on bikes and would love to down size and would let stuff go cheap!

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Hey if you want it I can let it go pretty cheap and I have a few other big treks too and probably a few big frames I'm kinda burnt out on bikes and would love to down size and would let stuff go cheap!

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Right on. Let's talk.
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Hey if you want it I can let it go pretty cheap and I have a few other big treks too and probably a few big frames I'm kinda burnt out on bikes and would love to down size and would let stuff go cheap!

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Does not compute

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Originally Posted by The Golden Boy View Post
And now it's apparent that the former bass player from the B-52's sponsored her own racing team...
Also of latter-day Gang of Four.

Have you checked the tubes to see if there's any raspberry filling left inside?
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I believe I am now the 'proud' owner of this frame and fork...or it's twin
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I believe I am now the 'proud' owner of this frame and fork...or it's twin
Sweet!

How about some pix!!!
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I tried. The jpeg will not download from my phone.
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