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Old 07-18-19, 12:26 AM
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$100
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Outside of this forum - not a ton of love for these. Ebay prices are even cheap. This guy started at $250 and has steadily dropped


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Old 07-18-19, 12:30 AM
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No paint chips - now that's rare

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As I have mentioned before - all day long at these prices. This one has been around a while. Asking for offers
I picked up it's twin for $125 a couple weeks ago

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Old 07-18-19, 05:34 AM
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Go tour on a Bianchi!

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/...936052081.html

Bianchi San Remo size 58 cm. Made in Italy - $160 (near west end)





bicycle frame material: other/unknown
bicycle type: road
frame size: 58 cm
model name / number: Bianchi
wheel size: 700C

This bike is well made and in amazing shape. This bike was bought new in 1996 for a cross country trip. 1997 San Francisco, California to Kittery, Maine 4,021 miles. Approximately 5,000 miles total and then sat in a friends garage waiting for it's next adventure.

Size: 58 cm, Rims: Campagnolo Topaz, 36-hole, 700 x 28c

Components: Brakeset: Tektro brakes, Campagnolo Mirage levers,

Shift Levers: Campagnolo Mirage Ergo, Crankset: Campagnolo Mirage, 32/42/52 ,Rear Cogs: 8-speed, 12 - 25 teeth

Two additional super low gear mountain climbing crank and cog gears included

Included: original owners manuals, bike stand, air pump





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61cm Peter Mooney w/ Cyclart respray(?) on Chicago CL. It looks to be my size, but I'm going to pass on it.

https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/b...931820167.html

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I'm happy to learn that so many folks are able to pass on what would ordinarily be a must-have bike. I feel like I reached a real milestone in maturity when I became able to do that.
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^^^ I'm mostly just out of space. The Mooney would like be right in my wheelhouse, on both size as well as American builder (the somewhat central focus of my collection).
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The Case Of The Tall Lone Owner

Vintage 1977 Raleigh Professional - $900 (Durham)




"Vintage 1977 Raleigh Professional Bicycle 25 ½ inch

Blue Mink/Silver - A Classic! In excellent condition. One owner – I have original bill of sale.

Frame & Tubing: Raleigh Professional 25 1/2inch/64 cm C-T, Reynolds 531
double-butted tubes
Fork and Headset: Reynolds 531, Campagnolo Nuovo Record Headset
Stem: Cinelli
Brakes: Campagnolo Nuovo Record Calipers w/Pads & Nuovo Record Levers and Campagnolo Hoods
Shifters, Front and Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Nuovo Record
Crankset and Bottom bracket: Campagnolo Record Strada 53/42 & Campagnolo Nuovo Record BB
Saddle and Seat Post: De Rosa / Campagnolo Nuovo Record
Front and Rear wheel: Mavic 40, Tires Continental Ultra 700X23C
Serial number: WS7000025

bicycle frame material: aluminum
bicycle type: road
brake type: caliper
condition: excellent
electric assist: none
frame size: 25 ½ inch
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Raleigh
model name / number: Raleigh Professional
serial number: WS7000025
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 700C "

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I'm happy to learn that so many folks are able to pass on what would ordinarily be a must-have bike. I feel like I reached a real milestone in maturity when I became able to do that.
Passing by this open window.

I had seen the Bianchi you posted, and was hesitant about posting as I'd want it for parts, but it's my size, so probably wouldn't be able to bring myself to gut it. I am interested in it even though I have the Lotus Odyssey. I'll probably write the owner. Okay, fine, I haven't quite "reached that milestone in maturity."

I am resisting, now that you've posted it, so thanks for that?)


Progress, not perfection?)
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61cm Peter Mooney w/ Cyclart respray on Chicago CL.

https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/b...931820167.html
Love all the drive-side photos the seller includes with his $1000, flat-tired bike.

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Old 07-18-19, 12:52 PM
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A hair too big for me, I think. Otherwise, I'd be asking a lot of questions about this one.

https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/b...936850981.html

Medici Pro Strada, 64 cm, lugged steel - $500 (Wicker Park)


If you ever wanted a classic lugged steel bike, this is your chance. The frame and original fork are in good shape, paint shows some wear. Everything on it is top notch.

-Dura-Ace: Derailleurs, shifters, crank, brakes
-Campy: Headset, dropouts
-Cinelli: Bars, stem
-Phil Wood: Hubs
-Selle Italia: Leather Turbo Special (has some cracks, it’s 30+years old)

It is too large for me and I don't really ride it much. Brake pads will need to be replaced soon. Doesn’t include pedals

For those of you that don't know about Medici...Masi of Italy decided to open a California manufacturing facility in the 70's. A very famous bike builder named Mario Confente built the bikes for Masi, designed the luggs and trained thestaff before he left to build bikes on his own (Confente's are some of the mostexpensive you can buy). Masi California fell apart and the staff started Medici. The Masi Grand Criteriums were the top-end standard for that timeperiod and there are many similarities between it and the Pro-Strada. Here isyour chance to own a classic.

The Masi / Medici story is quite interesting and there is lot to read on Google.



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Centurian frame


Not my size.
"Vintage Centurion road frame and fork. The paint has the usual scuffs and scrapes, but the frame itself is in good condition.Please email to arrange a look at it or to ask questions."

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Ironman Master Dave Scott


Centurion Ironman Master - Dave Scott model

56cm Tange 1 Chromoly tubing with lugged frame. 57cm top tube.

700c Mavic wheels with sealed hubs and quick release.

Shimano 600 derailleurs, Brakes and brake levers. Shimano 105 Shifters.

Nitto handlebars.

Tuned up and Ready to ride.

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Another big boy bike here on Chicago CL I won't be buying. Happy to take a look for someone though.

https://chicago.craigslist.org/nwc/b...936000882.html

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Old 07-18-19, 03:42 PM
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That Gran Sport is so tempting. It's just like the one I had when I was young. And it's nearby. Someone really should get it!
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1985 Raleigh Super Course - $150 (Middleton, WI)

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Another NYC Raleigh Gran Sport, for noglider

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That Gran Sport is so tempting. It's just like the one I had when I was young. And it's nearby. Someone really should get it!
https://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/b...914861382.html



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Haha, thanks @chainwhip. I have a Super Course and an International, so my desire is just emotional, not practical. And I'm unemployed, so I ain't buyin' nothin' any time soon.
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Ortlieb Panniers in New Orleans 60 usd

Lightly used.
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I feel silly for posting ads like this that are probably sold already, but here I am.

Trek - $25 (MPLS, MN)

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Haha, thanks @chainwhip. I have a Super Course and an International, so my desire is just emotional, not practical. And I'm unemployed, so I ain't buyin' nothin' any time soon.
...and a Pro Track. GS fills in an important gap in your portfolio....
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...and a Pro Track. GS fills in an important gap in your portfolio....
And a Raleigh-made Rudge Sports. I also had a Twenty until it recently disappeared from my basement! But no great loss.
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I've been looking for one of those forever! And in my exact size too.... Just can't swing the $$ now...

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61cm Peter Mooney w/ Cyclart respray(?) on Chicago CL. It looks to be my size, but I'm going to pass on it.

https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/b...931820167.html

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60cm Marinoni Columbus Max full campy 10 - $1800



I am selling this Columbus Max Marinoni. It had a complete re-paint and re-chroming done by Marinoni 2 years ago. They built the Max fork for it at that time, as well.

I have this old pic, but its not current. The current build has a Campy Aero seatpost, Fizik Arione saddle, gray anodized Mavic wheels, and a square taper Chorus CT carbon crankset. I will post pics later this week.

The rest of the build is Campy Chorus 10, Chris King headset, Ritchey Classic stem and bars, Lizard Skin tape, 25mm GP4000s. I once mounted 28mm GP4000s and they fit, but a little too close for comfort; I imagine the new GP5000s in 28mm would be perfect.

Dimensions:
Seat tube c-c 60cm
Seat tube c-t 62cm
Top tube 59cm
Head tube 19cm

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Prism Aluminum Road/Race Bike - $650 (Wakefield)



Prism Aluminum Road/Race Bike

• Aluminum frame/fork, size is 55cm or 56cm, can't recall.
• Full Dura Ace group-7 speed.
• Crank 172.5
• Chainrings 53x42
• Cassette 13x24
• Extra Dura Ace cassette included, also 13x24.
• Campagnolo Omega Strada hardox wheels (Dura ace hubs).
• Cinelli bars.
• Italia Flite titanium saddle.
• I have a couple of extra sets of water bottle cages-you can choose one if you like.
• Very classic looking bike. Complete the look with a classic Silca frame pump included.
• Some scratches, but very clean and in good working order.
• I am the original owner.
• Pedals not included.


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58cm purple mercian. brooks saddle. avocet 531 - $225 (boston)



nice purple mercian! this was one of the legendary english companies lower end frame models, as far as i can tell it is the olympic model. a light touring/commuter type with eye lets and relaxed geometry. comes with a nice Avocet crankset and seatpost all polished up. derailluers and shifters are suntour. brakes and levers are MAFAC center pull with newish pads. nice brooks saddle. could use a light tune up but is ready to ride without it
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