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Posted By TugaDude

Personally, I think $300.00 is way too low for a...

Personally, I think $300.00 is way too low for a nice example. Especially with better-than-average components. Be careful on estimates because some are offered by those who will suggest what THEY...
02-09-21, 08:57 AM
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Posted By tpadul

Handsome Cycles for recreational biking

Hi there, just wanted to share some info about a small bicycle company called Handsome Cycles in Minneapolis. I have had just vintage bikes for several years in fact my last brand new bike was in...
01-26-21, 03:17 PM
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Posted By Markeologist

Chefdurfee...I'm definitely retro and...

Chefdurfee...I'm definitely retro and occasionally a grouch and am also quite familiar with the Retrogrouch page but not sure I ever appeared in those pages (though I take as a compliment). Sounds...
01-26-21, 03:04 PM
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Posted By Markeologist

This is down towards mouth of Tolay...

This is down towards mouth of Tolay Creek...that's Sears Point in background...those are the transmission lines that Bill Graham's helicopter crashed into when he was killed back in early 90s.
01-17-21, 04:53 PM
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Posted By Markeologist

Wife and I did a little gravel grind atop levees...

Wife and I did a little gravel grind atop levees along north side of San Francisco Bay today. We’ve owned these XO-1s since new, were our commuters for a number of years but now just for runs to the...
01-14-21, 12:08 PM
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Posted By noobinsf

There is also a link to a sold frame on ebay I...

There is also a link to a sold frame on ebay I found in a google image search, noting the Nakagawa connection and some frame measurements. Looks like it sold for about $90 as a frame and fork, but...
01-14-21, 09:17 AM
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Posted By scarlson

Yeah. Also not a rebranded Sakae Litage. I...

Yeah. Also not a rebranded Sakae Litage.

I know that the model name is Corsa, and it's Performance's house brand. I can only conjecture about the date. Mid-late '80s, maybe early '90s?

It looks...
12-21-20, 08:58 PM
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Posted By gravityhurts

NOS 93/55cm Bridgestone XO-1

This unicorn sat quite for 27 years in a mom-n-pop bike shop....
11-11-20, 08:59 AM
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Posted By Classtime

I think with touring models like the T700, and...

I think with touring models like the T700, and you are in between sizes, go for the larger one.
11-11-20, 06:44 AM
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Posted By plonz

Why thank you! The seat post is a plain,...

Why thank you! The seat post is a plain, no-frills Kalloy. Pretty boring but come in a lot of sizes (incl 27.0) and a 350mm length. Right around $20 IIRC.

For something dressier, check out the...
09-25-20, 05:48 PM
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Posted By merziac

Here's a DYI setup that I use every time, works...

Here's a DYI setup that I use every time, works every time, never failed or damaged any parts, tools, paint, frames or flesh, ever. ;)

Yes its set up going the wrong way but you get the idea.

I...
09-23-20, 07:44 AM
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Posted By conspiratemus1

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Make sure the washers fit. The last thing you want is for a steel washer to be tearing out those aluminum threads one by one as you tighten the bolt The washer must be a free fit and drop straight...
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