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Old 06-10-19, 06:03 PM
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The Rossstronsity- half way



see that rock? Itís a metaphor for how the bike rides and itís mass.


I was hoping it would get towed away while I went for a run. Thatís how awful this bike is. Iíd rather run.

clipped of 12 miles today on this pig.
Itís really horrid. I canít believe I signed up for this. Iíll probably die trying and for what!?!
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Old 06-11-19, 06:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Oscuro View Post
Well, might as well throw my hat in here.

Found this good old Stumpy for $95 CAD ($70.90 USD). It's in good condition, shifts great, hubs roll smooth, cranks feel solid. I just need to either find my allen keys to adjust the brakes, or buy new ones.




About the only issue the bike seems to have, is that the headset has some play in it, and the front brakes are horribly adjusted.

So, the bike not be that much of a clunker, but I make up for it.

I haven't posted around here for closing in on 9 years, and it has been probably 3+ years since I have ridden a bike period, and more like 7-8 years since I was in any sort of shape. Have an extra 40ish lbs of weight to handicap me.

So, 1.27 km in, I will be going for this.
Whoa, others may have said this, and I'm going completely by memory here, but that is a first 2 years of production Stumpjumper. The frames were made in japan and a lot of details are popular inspiration for other classic style bikes today. Bullnose bars, biplane fork, Avocet saddle, lugged frame, wide cantilever brakes, and bear trap pedals. I'd advocate for clean up and grease, and if you don't like it sell it. I don't know if it is truly worth a lot or not but a lot of mountain bike collectors look for this model. It's a true Klunker frame too. Worth doing a little bit of research.
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Old 06-11-19, 05:39 PM
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Originally Posted by mrv View Post


see that rock? Itís a metaphor for how the bike rides and itís mass.


I was hoping it would get towed away while I went for a run. Thatís how awful this bike is. Iíd rather run.

clipped of 12 miles today on this pig.
Itís really horrid. I canít believe I signed up for this. Iíll probably die trying and for what!?!
I've looked at this post 3-4 times and laughed every one.
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Old 06-12-19, 07:36 PM
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I've looked at this post 3-4 times and laughed every one.
thanks - of course, if you encourage me you'll just get more of the same....
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Old 06-13-19, 06:47 PM
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Salvation.

This did not start out as a clunker.
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I had a few dollars from selling my Clunker Unvega last week and by coincidence this Motobecane appears on my computer. I offer $100 and the seller accepts. It had been neglected but looked complete and fine in every significant way. Well...

The fork was bent a little from what I think was a front right collision. Was I supposed to notice that the front wheel is a Suzue/Fiame and not a Normandy/Weismann? Steering down the driveway at my house was scary awkward. Plus the seat post was chopped and it needs to be replaced to fit me. I was bummed out.

I went for for a ride today on my Turbo and the Grand Jubile Disapointment kept interfering with my ride. Then, it hits me...I paid $100 which makes it the perfect Clunker.

I lifted and and separated the forks, rebuilt the front wheel, and it tracks OK. I think I can do 100k on these tires and if I don't get carried away with too much cleaning and adjusting, I won't have to replace anything. The brake blocks are rock hard so my 100k next week will be pretty flat MUP. I feel sooooo much better about this bike now.


Double sided tape holds on the badge


Yes it is.


Silent shifting ruined by the noisiest pedals made in USA


Are ther 100k left in these?


Why doesn't my GJ have a Ideale 80?
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Klunker is ready to klunk! I cleaned it up, installed some used gravel tires and a tired old aerobar, and it's all set for a gravel time trial. I'm not looking forward to 100k on that saddle.

Sunk cost:
  • Bike: dug out from friend's garage. $0
  • Tires: used, booted GravelKings with tubes. $20
  • Alloy seatpost: cobbled from parts. $5
  • Brake pads: parts bin, not sure where I got them. $12
  • Chain: parts bin, 9 speed. $5
  • Pedals: Box o' Crap eggbeaters. $0
  • Aerobars: parts bin. $2
  • Handlebar tape: leftovers. $1
  • Cables: parts bin. $8
Total: $53

Now I have to find time to do the deed. I'll be running up against the clock, might be a couple weeks before I get a day off to run this thing.



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Old 06-17-19, 10:42 PM
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I have actually completed the challenge on a Trek 520 but am just curious - How much time is left? Does the clock run out in early July? I just got done selling my 2018 Clunker a 1990 Bianchi Ibex when like an idiot I go out and buy this for $65. Based on the color and decals and the Deore LX FC-M560 Cranks I am guessing early 90s. It did need a drive side crank bolt, had one we'll say $2 and who knows what else as I haven't had a chance to ride it or go through it but maybe I will see if I can pull off the double...?

EDIT this may be a true challenge in that at present I only have 3 gears I can shift to in back (4,5,6) so its a 3x3 9 speed as opposed to a 3X7 21 speed. I have tried the WD40 flush trick to no avail as of yet. Might be my penance for having two clunkers that were virtually maintenance free in the past two years.



Early 90s Rock Hopper

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Old 06-18-19, 02:49 PM
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Took my Clunker for its 100k today. Out and back on a bike path. Some streets and luckily, I didn't have to brake hard. I kinda like this GJ. Now I can finish the overhaul without fear of going over budget. $100 bike plus grease from the can and my elbows.



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Old 06-18-19, 02:55 PM
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Why doesn't my GJ have a Ideale 80?
That's a Selle Italia Grand Prix Professional, the same saddle Motobecane put on the '75 Grand Touring. I still have mine from my Clunker Challenge a few years back, and it remains a shockingly comfy saddle for bikes I don't have the scratch to fit with B17s.
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Old 06-21-19, 04:15 AM
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Stray entry

This contest prompted me to take pity on this Raleigh, long abandoned at a local bike rack. Topaz appears only in the '88 catalogue, but parts are dated '84, 86 and 90. Two puzzling features: abandoned soon after fitting two new Marathons (moulding line is still present) and, although there is little wear elsewhere, the chrome on the brake tracks is worn through.



I am envious of the Campagnolo-equipped clunkers seen earlier in this thread, but perhaps this exotic component has more clunky character.

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Old 06-24-19, 07:33 PM
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The Rossstronsity- 30k to go



whatís harder to move than a fire hydrant?


ďSir? If you had to rate The Rossstronsity on a scale between a garbage can and a port a John, what would you say?Ē


Santa Clause, in an effort to reduce his carbon footprint will not be delivering lumps of coal to naughty children this year. Instead.....
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Schwinn Mesa Runner

I picked up this Mesa Runner at a thrift store on half priced day for $10
The correctly matched rear rack was from another thrift store, that same day, for $2.00
Took it home, pumped up tubes, adjusted the brakes, stem, handle bar, saddle, and derailleurs, reached down for a bit of courage, then, climbed aboard and rode it to work...I rode it for just under 39km before I had to make changes.
Broken front and rear axles, dangerous tires, uncomfortable saddle, slippery grips, crumbling brake pads, and a chain that snapped while crossing a busy rush hour intersection solidified my decision to modify this tank.

Mesa Runner day 1.

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Schwinn Mesa Runner 2

I replaced both wheels $10, chain ring $2, saddle $1, grips 50 cents, pedals $4, 2 Specialized Crossroads tires $2, chain $5 and added lights 50 cents, horn $2, an old camera bag as a front bag $1, and a bottle cage $1. Much more comfortable, rideable and safe, but, still slow and heavy with odd, squishy, squashy handling/steering. The Specialized Crossroads aren't suited for my riding style. $40.50 was worth the effort as I'm now up to 120km.



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I figure I have until July 12th to get in 100km on my second challenge bike the 93 Specialized Rock Hopper Comp. I spent $65 on the bike, we'll say $2 for a replacement chain ring bolt out of the parts bin and today I added a $5 from the co-op rack so under $75 in. I have decided I will try to include a bit of gravel on each clunker ride. I have some rub on the front brake to address and I think I can resurrect the gears back to a 3x7 rather than the current 3x3 I am getting, it is a challenge right? 3.78 KM to get things started on a lazy Sunday.



Rock Hopper Comp


rack me


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CC bike 2. Day 1. Ride 2. The great thing about long summer days is you can do two rides. I took another short ride to bring my day 1 total to 10.12 Km or 10% of the total mileage with 12 days to go.



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9.22 km today to bring bike 2 up to 19.34 as the CC winds down toward day 100



about to turn into a pumpkin


Gravel


Lincoln Park looking SW
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Well, I think I am going to try again this year.

{blah blah blah}

And here's the bike, after I swapped the tire and tube, pedals, and lubed all the pivots and the chain, made some small adjustments. Nope, I am not going to clean it.


I'm out for this year. I took this for a test ride the other day and the headset is just too sketchy to trust, even for a "short" 100km. If the stem wasn't stuck (still working on getting it out) and I could swap the headset, then it wouldn't be an issue. However, I don't feel like riding the 100km constantly stressing about whether the headset is going to self destruct at any given moment. Sorry if that goes against the spirit of the Clunker Challenge, but I'm not interested in a hospital visit right now.
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Old 07-02-19, 07:18 AM
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I am also out this year. My father's death and handling his estate was the biggest factor, but there were bike-related ones, too. The unexpected recovery of what I remain convinced is my old long-lost Puch Royal X from the 70s and its return to the road, and the sheer raw joy of rediscovering that bike and others I hadn't ridden much for years crowded out time spent on clunkers and riding them. The last straw was when I replaced what I thought was a bent pedal on the Bottechia De Luxe and set off to start trying for 100 km anyway, only to realize it's the left crank itself that is bent.

It's okay. The Bianchi Grizzly MTB I had assembled as my alternate clunker is reassembled as a normal MTB and has already been donated back to the Salvation Army store from whence it came, this time with good wheels and working brakes and gears and pumped up tires, along with the black Centurion that was an alternate clunker a few years back. The Bottechia is already disassembled and the frame and a few of its better parts will soon go on the block, while the scary deathtrap wheels will probably go for scrap.

Maybe next year - and perhaps a certain long-delayed bike hand-off will have occurred by then and I'll be ready to ride a scarred early 70s Raleigh Super Course to Clunker glory.
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I'm also out. Holidays are starting here and that means no more riding the Benotto, for now.
I'll clean her up end August or early Spetember, throw some decent inner and outer tires on her, replace more stuff,...

I will post some more pics, no worries. But not now.

Cheers,

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This appeals to me for the same reason the Gambler series does. My first foray into working on bikes, nearly 20 years ago, involved resurrecting two bike-boom road bikes for a friend and his new wife. They rode those bikes to work and back for a while out in Utah.
I just found this thread, and with so much going on over the next week or so, won't be able to participate, but I'm looking forward to the next one, and may try a few before then to get my chops back.

I like working on Jake (2000 Kona CX) and my other current bikes, but my goals for those involve spending a lot more for the desired result.

My Ramp Rat may qualify, but I built it years ago.

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I was so looking forward to trying again this year after my double bailout last year but I knew I wouldn't have the time. What really sucks is that the perfect bike had been languishing on my local CL at $60 for the past couple months. It was a Diamondback 21 speed road bike in my size and in great condition, it needed nothing. It was ready to go "as is". But, as I'm in serious downsizing mode this year and planning to get rid of all but the higher end or most unique bikes I just couldn't justify buying a bike I knew I wouldn't keep, didn't have any components I wanted for other projects and that probably wouldn't sell any better for me when I was done with it. I'll keep an eye open for something for next year, hopefully my situation will be more conducive to riding then and I can score something cheap that's worth keeping in my size.
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Inclined to like this Bianchi

I accidentally picked up this mtb last Friday. Thinking I would work on it in the fall. But the tires held air. A couple of hours later I got the chain unfrozen. Repacked the headset. Bottom bracket. Rear hub. Coated with frame saver.
Swapped seat and pedals.
Today, 55 miles of dirt, pavement, single track.
Bike: $56
seat: $20 depreciated
pedals:$20 deprecated



$56


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Did an 17 km round trip to the ball park this evening to get myself within a whisker of the halfway point for CC bike #2 93 Rock Hopper



urban gravel


take me out to the ball....


A beer and hot dog may have been consumed
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Bianchi INCLINE 68 miles

55 miles Friday.
13 miles today.
$96 (roughly)

bike 2 is done. Weíll see if I get 30k more on The Rossstronsity before 7/12.

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