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LBCwanabe 01-16-20 10:50 AM

Lots of bikes for Sale
 
Time to narrow it down. These bikes are in great shape and I swear I can justify buying each and every one of them:) They are located in central Florida. Please PM for details.
All prices less shipping.

1988 Peugeot Nice 59cm 7.5/10 condition wise. Solid frame. Not original wheels but a nice set non the less. I do have the original wheelset but the rear rim has a hop that’s noticeable (sold)

https://cimg4.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...53b36d736.jpeg

Specialized Expedition 57cm 9/10 condition. Original w/ new brooks wrap and CC hoods. I had intended to keep this one, but the top tube is just a little to short for me.
The wire for rigging the dynamo is intact $900
or with complete touring rig $1050(see pics below)
https://cimg0.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...aca08ad84.jpeg
1983 trek 520 57cm NOS condition. AFAIK this is all original $500
https://cimg1.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...2f60a0ed8.jpeg


1984 trek 520 57cm 9/10 condition. This bike was used for a couple years exclusively as an indoor trainer and then carefully packed away $500
https://cimg5.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...1e254faa7.jpeg

1980’s Lotus Cherokee Large 8/10 condition $300
https://cimg4.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...899362a4d.jpeg
1988 Stumpjumper XL Sold!
https://cimg3.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...6ba2a00c2.jpeg
1988 Miyata 1000 59cm 9/10 condition. All original. The wire for rigging the dynamo is intact Priced with the original seat the original seat $800
https://cimg4.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...0a775747a.jpeg
1984 Miyata 1000 54cm NOS Condition Sold
https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...dde80af3c.jpeg
1983 Trek 720 57cm 8.5/10 condition. Highly ubgraded touring wheelset. New brooks honey brown wrap and saddle. $800 (pending)




https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...3257f29ea.jpeg

1996 Marin Eldridge Grade LG and XL available. Both are in great shape and I’d guess have traveled less than 200 miles. I know they aren’t really CV, but they have kick ass barely used Deore LX Groups, braze ons and are lightweight steel. $300 each

Barrettscv 01-16-20 11:29 AM

Where are you located? Pictures are needed, btw.

cpsqlrwn 01-16-20 12:10 PM


Originally Posted by noobinsf (Post 21286810)
Seriously, though, what nice list. GLWTS.

+1
All those Treks are really a nice offering, plus the Miyatas. All too large for me.

CoachPerry19 01-16-20 12:40 PM

Yes, pictures would help and shipping from where?

The Lotus sounds interesting. And one of the Miyatas 1000's is a 54?

francophile 01-16-20 12:43 PM


Originally Posted by CoachPerry19 (Post 21286950)
And one of the Miyatas 1000's is a 54?

This one over here, I believe: https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-v...4cm-minty.html

LBCwanabe 01-16-20 02:37 PM

Yeah sorry about the duplicate listing. I figured Id better consolidate rather than listing individual. And, I didnt mean to write dale 😂. At least youll remember the thread name

francophile 01-16-20 04:11 PM


Originally Posted by LBCwanabe (Post 21287167)
Yeah sorry about the duplicate listing. I figured I’d better consolidate rather than listing individual. And, I didn’t mean to write dale 😂. At least you’ll remember the thread name

You know damn right I wale! :lol:

tricky 01-16-20 04:29 PM

That Expedition has me wishing again for unlimited money and storage space. GLWS!

nesteel 01-16-20 04:29 PM

What constitutes a "highly upgraded touring wheelset" as specified on the 720?

cb400bill 01-16-20 05:23 PM

Thread title fixed

RobbieTunes 01-16-20 06:09 PM

If I did not have a Klein tourer, that 54cm Miyata, oh boy.

Mad Honk 01-16-20 06:17 PM

Where is squirtdad on that 59 cm 1000?

francophile 01-16-20 06:34 PM

BTW, that's a solid price on the Peugeot Nice. I just sold mine in much worse shape for almost a C-note more. It really is an underrated solid and lightweight bike for in-town cruising, IMO.

LBCwanabe 01-16-20 06:48 PM

Pics of the Marins

https://cimg5.ibsrv.net/gimg/bikefor...d3a094508.jpeg

tricky 01-16-20 07:00 PM


Originally Posted by nesteel (Post 21287333)
What constitutes a "highly upgraded touring wheelset" as specified on the 720?

IMO, full build lists on all of these bikes would help with sale.

LBCwanabe 01-16-20 07:49 PM


Originally Posted by nesteel (Post 21287333)
What constitutes a "highly upgraded touring wheelset" as specified on the 720?

These wheels are built with nos Mavic 500RD 100/126 hubs laced to (reproduction) wobbler super champion rims with double butted chrome berg spokes. For better pics search ebay item 123998035426. I bought them from a guy in Denmark 😃🇩🇰>🇺🇸. I chose these wheels because they are period correct chrome bombers. The specialized expedition has the same rims, but original wobblers. The reproductions are spot on.

jjhabbs 01-16-20 11:12 PM

Digging the 59 cm miyata
hmmmm

JJ

bikemig 01-17-20 07:10 AM

The expedition is cool and my size. Definitely on my short list of a bike worth owning.

squirtdad 01-17-20 11:12 AM


Originally Posted by Mad Honk (Post 21287492)
Where is squirtdad on that 59 cm 1000?

Mad Honk just a touch large. I am being picky

UKFan4Sure 01-17-20 03:38 PM

Does the 1984 Trek 520 (the trainer used one) have the Helicomatic rear hub?

LBCwanabe 01-17-20 09:01 PM

yes it does.

Originally Posted by UKFan4Sure (Post 21288655)
Does the 1984 Trek 520 (the trainer used one) have the Helicomatic rear hub?


LBCwanabe 01-19-20 01:11 PM

Pics updated on the 520s

LBCwanabe 01-19-20 01:29 PM

I also forgot to list I have the original matching touring kit for the expedition: panniers, fenders, dyno, pump and Blackburn front low rider rack.

LBCwanabe 01-23-20 05:06 AM

Updated

shoota 01-24-20 01:19 PM

I just keeping coming back to this thread to drool. I love every one of these bikes.


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