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Old 09-01-19, 11:52 AM
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you could ride that hanging with this guy

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Old 09-01-19, 12:56 PM
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I don't know anything about Ross Mount Whitney mountain bikes and their value, but there's a really clean one, complete with (I think) lots of original parts for sale at the Paceline board for what seems to me a very good price. Not my size or I probably would have bought it.
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Old 09-01-19, 01:39 PM
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Trek y foil 66 road bike - $600 (Sutton)

Trek y foil 66 road bike - $600 (Sutton)

https://worcester.craigslist.org/bik...961893715.html





Red, trek y foil 66 road carbon fiber road bike. No pedals, no seat. Everything else is pretty nice. 54 cm frame. Rare bike for this price with Rolf vector wheels. Will need tires.

Sutton is in south-central Massachusetts, not far from the Connecticut border.
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Old 09-01-19, 07:27 PM
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Originally Posted by madpogue View Post
Nice bike, a bit expensive for what it is, but then again, so (evidently) is house paint....

https://madison.craigslist.org/bik/d...965651102.html

1984 Schwinn Peloton, 57cm - $550 (Spring Green)

Probably why they need the dough.
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image for posterity

Not enough seat post? Grape Ape Grape Ape!
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Originally Posted by Rollfast View Post
Probably why they need the dough.
Actually have corresppnded with the owner on this. He's an artist/musician/photographer type O'guy, so suspect this is more artsy than anything else. Truth is, if you want a Peloton in that size (and I'd love another one, myself) his is pretty decent.
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Old 09-01-19, 08:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Rollfast View Post
Probably why they need the dough.
Lol - house paint. Wish this was my size.
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Raleigh Competition with unconventional chainrings

https://vermont.craigslist.org/bik/d...969080791.html


Check out the chainrings on this Raleigh; never seen that before.



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Where's the link for this bike? (Link here's takes you to the orange one in Monroe)
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Old 09-02-19, 08:45 AM
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Originally Posted by vintagerando View Post
https://vermont.craigslist.org/bik/d...969080791.html


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Here's The Story...

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Marcia Brady rode a ROLLFAST!.

Vintage - WWII Rollfast 26 Inch Bicycle - $135 (Cary, NC)




"Vintage WWII Rollfast 26 Inch Bicycle. - Make a great beach bike! One of a kind!

New tires and Tubes and selling and shown.

Tuned up! Ready to Ride! Call Boyd @ 919-859-1968

Great Green Way and Beach bike. You will not see another bike like this. I have NOT restored!

bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: cruiser
brake type: coaster
condition: good
electric assist: none
frame size: 17
handlebar type: cruiser
make / manufacturer: Rollfast
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 26 in "

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Old 09-02-19, 09:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Clyde1820 View Post
Miyata Terra Runner, $90 OBO @ Kalispell MT area, CraigsList.
Golden-era late 80's, cro-mo lugged frame, 18 speed mountain bike with components built to last a lifetime! This excellent, 18" (seat tube length) Miyata frame, made in Japan, is complemented with a sturdy, light SR slingshot stem and handlebars, Diacompe cantilever brakes, Sugino crank, and Suntour derailleurs and power shifters. All original equipment, this bike functions perfectly and will still "run with the best of them!" Call or text show contact info


Just thought it would be fun to update. I ended up buying this last night. Plus the guy had a Miyata 1000 he sold me as well....
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Old 09-02-19, 10:46 AM
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Originally Posted by RamAlaRag View Post
Just thought it would be fun to update. I ended up buying this last night. Plus the guy had a Miyata 1000 he sold me as well....
Nicely done.

Looked like a really clean Terra Runner. A bit big for me, though.

Someone's going to be a happy camper.
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Old 09-02-19, 11:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Clyde1820 View Post
Nicely done.

Looked like a really clean Terra Runner. A bit big for me, though.

Someone's going to be a happy camper.
I really like it. Put air in the tires and took it around a parking lot. Really comfy. I will be making some changes to it... but overall great. Thanks for the lead on it!
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Old 09-02-19, 12:03 PM
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Originally Posted by yellowbarber View Post
Where's the link for this bike? (Link here's takes you to the orange one in Monroe)
Ah crap! Sorry bout that, I just scanned for it and couldn't find. Anyway the pictured bike is a customized Raliegh.
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Old 09-02-19, 12:26 PM
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Eddy Merckx - $1000
Get your eye bleach ready for the last pic of this one:twitchy

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/nph/b...968899507.html
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My bad. I really meant to say:

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If I had room (I don't) and if this were a little taller I'd submit an offer. $350 before shipping is a bit much IMO but I have a thing for the old Carlton Catalinas, the Capella lugs and copper-ish paint on this one are a plus.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1963-Vintag...YAAOSwU2BdbeYD

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650 Something

Raleigh Portage Touring 1980s era - $175 (Garner)








"Raleigh Portage Touring Bicycle. Size is 57-58cm. Classic 1980s era and one of the first mass produced 650 wheeled bikes.

Completely stock. Incredibly clean and one of my personal bikes for sale. Bike can be ridden as is, however will not benefit the rider as all the maintenance components are original and should be replaced. Especially the tires.

This has been wall art and part of my collection on sale now to fund another project.

Shimano Deore derailuers and downtube shifters. Sakae seat-post AX cranks and drop bars. SR hubs with Araya 650b wheels. SR stem. Shimano brakes and
brake levers. Specialized saddle.

Asking $175 cash. Local sales

bicycle frame material: steel
bicycle type: road
brake type: cantilever
condition: excellent
electric assist: none
frame size: 57-58cm
handlebar type: drop
make / manufacturer: Raleigh
model name / number: Portage Touring
suspension: none (rigid)
wheel size: 650C "

https://raleigh.craigslist.org/bik/d...970424686.html
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Raleigh Portage Touring 1980’s era - $175 (Garner)








"Raleigh Portage Touring Bicycle. Size is 57-58cm. Classic 1980’s era and one of the first mass produced 650 wheeled bikes.

Completely stock. Incredibly clean and one of my personal bikes for sale. Bike can be ridden as is, however will not benefit the rider as all the maintenance components are original and should be replaced. Especially the tires.

This has been “wall art” and part of my collection on sale now to fund another project.

Shimano Deore derailuers and downtube shifters. Sakae seat-post AX cranks and drop bars. SR hubs with Araya 650b wheels. SR stem. Shimano brakes and
brake levers. Specialized saddle.



https://raleigh.craigslist.org/bik/d...970424686.html
Oh, man. As they say down in Texas: "That's mah huckleberry right there!".

Can anyone here facilitate?

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Bridgestone XO Touring Bike - $595 (Newton)






The Bridgestone 1993 XO-2 is the perfect all-arounder of bicycles. It is a true touring bike that can be fast on the road or ridden on unpaved roads or when there is no road. If you want one bike that can do anything this is the bike. The 26" wheels make it feel more agile and the wider tires make more comfortable and secure. If you blow the tires up hard it is fast if you let a little air out it is cushy. The handlebars are wider and splayed out for better control with a load and for more room for the knees to stand up and honk.

The drive train is all Shimano with a rear derailleur Deore XT (upgraded from LX) and LX in front. The shifters are Dura Ace bar end shifters for convenience and durability. The brakes are DiaComp 986 cantileavers that can stop a fully loaded touring bike or when you are coming down a mountain. The bars and stem are high quality Nitto, the tires are Ritchy Tom Slicks and the rear rack is a super strong Blackburn.

The Bridgestone catalog describes this bike best. "It looks like a road bike with fat tires, a European touring bike or an XO-1 with drop bars. Our intention was to build a 26" wheel version of last year's RB-T." The XO-2 has Ishwada triple butted road bike tubing and is fast enough for the road, rugged enough for light trail riding and perfect for touring. The bike has high pressure slicks for the road but will take mountain bike tires up to 1.9" for the trails or thin road tires for speed. The RB-T touring bike this replaced was what Grant Peterson who ran Bridgestone and anyone who road one called the best all around bike and I think the XO-2 is its equal. I have a highly thought of RB-Ts that I will sell for $800 instead and keep this bike.

The catalog page is available here- https://sheldonbrown.com/bridgestone/1993/pages/32.htm

This bike is in exceptional shape for an older bike and has been serviced are refurbished to look and perform as new. Please include a phone number for calls or texts in your reply. If it is more convenient I can meet you at the Riverside T station and you can ride it home.







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CENTURION ELITE RS; Shimano 600 Group Set;VERY TALL FRAME; 6' TO 6'4" - $325(WINCHESTER)



Centurion Elite RS road bike
Extremely tall frame at 25 inches (63cm)
Shimano 600 group set
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57cm Legnano Campione Del Mondo Vintage Italian -Raynolds 531 & Campy - $595 (Newton)




This Legnano was built by Emillio Bozzi in Milan in 1972. Legnano was founded in 1902 and acquired by Bozzi. Legano bikes were ridden by legendary riders like Alfredo Binda, Learco Guerra, Gino Bartali, Fausto Coppi and Ercole Baldini and coutless others. Legnano built many Olympic record holding and international champion bikes. Fortunes changed for Legnano by Bozzi being killed in a terrorist attack and the company being acquired by Bianchi.

In 1972 only Legnano's best bike frames were built of Reynolds 531 tubing throughout and equipped with Campagnolo Nuovo Record components like this bike. It has chrome fork, stays and lugs, Campagnolo powertrain of cranks, derailleurs and shifters and universal brakes. The stem and bars are not original with a later 3T stem and ergonomic bars and the rims have been upgraded to Regina clenchers from the original sewup tires for more trouble free riding. The saddle has also been upgraded to a Brooks Professional. Otherwise the bike is in original.

It is 57cm or 22.5" from the center of the crank to the center of the top tube. The stand over height is 32". It should be suitable for a rider 5' 9" or taller. I am 5'10" and find it perfect.

The bike has been well used but has no rust, is currently in good service and is ready to ride home. This is your chance to ride a famous piece of cycling history. Please include a phone number for texts or calls in your response.
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Rare VintagCinelli Supercorsa - 1982 with Campagnolo Record Components - $2700 (JAMAICA PLAIN)




1982 Cinelli Supercorsa 26.2 mm seatpost. 54.5 cm seat tube. Period correct Campagnolo Record crank, derailleurs, bottom bracket, wheel hubs, headset, pedals with titanium shaft. Mavic G40 rims, Modolo Speedy Brakes and levers. Dura-ace seat tube. Cinelli Volare SLX saddle, cinelli bars and stem.

In pretty great shape needs a minor cable adjustment. Some scratches looks like a minor road rash. Im the second owner.
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Guerciotti Road Bike 58 cm Columbus Dura Ace Cinelli Nitto - $600 (Central Square)




I’m moving and need to downsize!

Up for sale is my beautiful and well designed Guerciotti made with Columbus SL tubing, outfitted with all Dura Ace composers, Mavic wheelset, with new tubes and tires.

About the frame: Guerciotti are top of the line vintage racing bikes from Italy. These vintage bikes are highly rare. This Guerciotti frame is custom painted (has sticker) from the factory in candy red. Beneath the frame is an all chrome finish, which makes it a perfect city bike, so don’t worry about scratches. This frame is dated to the late 80s or early 90s based on the style and that it has internal cable routing.

About the build: I have it built as an 1x8 speed using Shimano Dura Ace derailleur, brakes, headset, Shimano 105 cranks and rear hub, on Mavic rims and a rare and light Mavic Cosmos front wheel and hub.

It runs beautifully! And I’ve tuned it up to be a perfect commuter for someone around 6’ or taller.

Email with your name and number please. Thanks for looking.
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