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Old 05-09-22, 08:29 PM
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^ Bonus points for the vaguely Italian sounding marque.
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Old 05-09-22, 08:44 PM
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^ Bonus points for the vaguely Italian sounding marque.
Ha! Exactly. Time to do some longer rides on this beater.
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Old 05-10-22, 04:41 AM
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Oooo...SunTour Honor...that will survive the apocalypse.
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Oooo...SunTour Honor...that will survive the apocalypse.
Nice! It does seem to shift pretty well.
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Oooo...SunTour Honor...that will survive the apocalypse.

I've got one of these that came to me on a 1977 Gitane Gypsy Sport. According to my fish scale, it weighs about three quarters of a pound. It's longevity is increased by the fact that I'll never be able to bring myself to put it on a bike.
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Originally Posted by Andy_K View Post

I've got one of these that came to me on a 1977 Gitane Gypsy Sport. According to my fish scale, it weighs about three quarters of a pound. It's longevity is increased by the fact that I'll never be able to bring myself to put it on a bike.
50g short of a pound. You can always use it fishing. But they were rock solid...or lead solid....

shimano positrons were a bit weighty as well...
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The wheels have been cleaned, the frame is washed, the brakes as well. The chrome has gotten attention. I haven't serviced anything yet. Everything spins as they should, the freewheel is Dura Ace.

Most of issues of clean boiled down to failing clear coat, it's become glazed, is chipping susceptible to stain, and is no longer protection for the chrome. If anything the clear is encapsulating oxidation and tinted with ingrained dirt. I've been scratching and rubbing the clear with just a wet paper cloth. I need to be careful at the fade. I've gotten most of the seattube chrome taken care of, I may still come out with my linen tester to detail around the branding.


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Put another ten+ miles on the clunker today. No pics as I ate too many shrooms.
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I took the Capri Cordova out for a 14.84 mile ride today, getting me up to 24 miles so far (9.15 miles + 14.84 miles). I had lots of problems with spontaneous gear changes and shifting that I now attribute to the rusty derailleur cable having unwanted friction against the housing. Adjusting cable tension up or down plus adjusting the high screw on the rear derailleur didn't help. Perhaps I need new cables and housings, ugh. Pictures coming soon.
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Some photos from today's ride. Despite the shifting issues, I still managed an average of 14.6 mph and a highest speed of 28.6 mph.


MLK Jr Park in uptown Oxford, Ohio

Apartments that replaced the Princess theater

Who needs to buy expensive gas when you have a beater bike

Red bike in the yellow mustard flowers (fields on the ride home)
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Who needs to buy expensive gas when you have a beater bike
From my trip to California for Eroica....



It's a good thing the cost of gas to pick parts up doesn't count against the budget. The free derailleur I picked up there would have consumed my budget for the next three years.
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From my trip to California for Eroica....



It's a good thing the cost of gas to pick parts up doesn't count against the budget. The free derailleur I picked up there would have consumed my budget for the next three years.
Holy crap! I knew California gas prices were more than those here but didn't realize they were THAT much more expensive.
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Old 05-11-22, 07:35 PM
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So, after doing nothing else to the Nishiki Prestige, I did an 8 mile loop to the Library:




then the park for a drink of water:



and looped back past my kids’ old elementary (they’re 16 and 18 now):



then returned home. Along the way I found $.79:



so that paid for the quarters’ worth of electricians tape I used to re wrap the bars. Mileage verified on Google maps since I don’t do strava and this bike doesn’t have a computer (yet).

Mileage total: 9
Money total: $75.25 - .79 = $74.46
Looks like I’m making money on this bike!

How in he!! do you guys ride drop bars for more than a few miles? Maybe I’ll unwrap them and add some cushioning in the form of old tubes…Lord knows I’ve got enough of those hanging around…. I kind of understand why hipsters like to convert these dumb old bikes over to flat bars.

On the other hand, the $ accountability aspect is discouraging me from running back to the collective and buying more parts I don’t really need, so I got that going for me…
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How in he!! do you guys ride drop bars for more than a few miles? Maybe I’ll unwrap them and add some cushioning in the form of old tubes…Lord knows I’ve got enough of those hanging around…. I kind of understand why hipsters like to convert these dumb old bikes over to flat bars.
Honestly, I can't ride more than a few miles with flat bars before they start bothering my wrists. With drops, I use padded gloves and (usually) gel tape, so maybe that's the trick.
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Originally Posted by Smokinapankake View Post
So, after doing nothing else to the Nishiki Prestige, I did an 8 mile loop to the Library:




then the park for a drink of water:

and looped back past my kids’ old elementary (they’re 16 and 18 now):

then returned home. Along the way I found $.79:

so that paid for the quarters’ worth of electricians tape I used to re wrap the bars. Mileage verified on Google maps since I don’t do strava and this bike doesn’t have a computer (yet).

Mileage total: 9
Money total: $75.25 - .79 = $74.46
Looks like I’m making money on this bike!

How in he!! do you guys ride drop bars for more than a few miles? Maybe I’ll unwrap them and add some cushioning in the form of old tubes…Lord knows I’ve got enough of those hanging around…. I kind of understand why hipsters like to convert these dumb old bikes over to flat bars.

On the other hand, the $ accountability aspect is discouraging me from running back to the collective and buying more parts I don’t really need, so I got that going for me…
Wow, that was $75?! Is it chromoly? Looks amazing. Sweet rides I am sure.
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Well, It was $100 at the collective, but they threw in a $25 gift card to Lucky Slice Pizza because its bike month, so I'm calling it $75. In this market, $100 is a good deal, so I couldn't refuse. Yes, it is Chromoly, Tange 2. I spent the vast majority of my riding "career" (over 30 years) on mountain bikes or hybrids with flat bars, so drops are a new animal for me. I'll probably swap these out for northroads or some such when the challenge is over.
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Honestly, I can't ride more than a few miles with flat bars before they start bothering my wrists. With drops, I use padded gloves and (usually) gel tape, so maybe that's the trick.
I use padded gloves for road, flat bars, lawn-mower bars, power/hand tools (not bike) and to eat an egg sandwich in the morning. Otherwise, my hands to my elbows and my upper back are numb.

For the record, I do not use my padded gloves for any other activities...
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The mondia Still inbuild mode, I went to adjust the saddle and determined that the 24.6 campy seatpost is incorrect for the Mondia. This was due to the pinched lobes on the seatlug. I searched and found a 26.6 steel post and a 26.8 alloy. The 26.6 fit the tube well without having to pry open the lobes. The 26.8 has not been attempted.

The next detail was the shifters and derailleurs. The Campy shifters have walked or moved multiple times are mounted very low and are tilted. I'm sure they are fine, but with the Cyclone mini group I've decided to replace them with the band clamp set of matching Suntour. Out with the campy on with the Cyclone, sort of.

Inspection of the derailleurs did not pan out well. The rear derailleur look great, but looks can be deceiving. The cage appears to have bend and twist, no doubt was a victim of spoke munch. In checking I mounted a GT-vLuxe that all showed me it was the rd and not the hanger that was bent. The front derailleur, operational is worn thin, and sharpe, they is even a shard hanging low on the outer cage.

Thats a big tag on the clunker budget, fortunately in my scrapping ways I found Cyclone(s) in the bin o'crap. The front with a cable stop, and a rear as well.

The Mondia now only needs gear cables for completion.
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The Gitane TdF, digging deap into the storage I found some Simplex shifters from last summers acquisition of a PX-10, and a metal Simplex front derailleur, wrapped up with these parts were a TA Specialties bottom bracket missing the driveside cup (that cup went to last years PR-10L) and a Sedis chain of the correct time.

Since the post from the Mondia is 26.4 is right for green machine a campy post now home on the Gitane.

Now the most important piece to the French puzzle is to find a NDS bb cup that will be compatible with the TA crank.

I still have yet to soutce the freewheel, or respace and dish the wheel. I would prefer to find the freewheel.

Its soggy over here, I won't be doing my ride in the rain. I should have updated pictures this afternoon.
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For the record, I do not use my padded gloves for any other activities...
To quote the old Watergate Comedy Album, "Hey, you got your fetishes and I got mine ..."

Or as I said to my scandalized 15-year-old son when commenting on the phenomenon of "Furries," "If you're gonna have a fetish, make it an interesting one ..."
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The mondia Still inbuild mode, I went to adjust the saddle and determined that the 24.6 campy seatpost is incorrect for the Mondia. This was due to the pinched lobes on the seatlug. I searched and found a 26.6 steel post and a 26.8 alloy. The 26.6 fit the tube well without having to pry open the lobes. The 26.8 has not been attempted..
My Allegro takes a 26.6. My limited experience leads me to believe that Swiss builders used a lighter gauge of metric 531 than that used by Peugeot and Gitane, which both take 26.4.

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Now the most important piece to the French puzzle is to find a NDS bb cup that will be compatible with the TA crank.
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PM me - I think I have a drive side French-thread Stronglight fixed cup in my parts stash at the storage unit, and I think the cabinet where it is located is relatively accessible. Since the spindle and adjustable cups are wrecked, it can go for the cost of postage ...
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So another 10 miles on the Nishiki Prestige, only this time my daughter came along to keep me company. First stop was Barker Park:



Then over to Lomond View Nursery to say “Hey planty, what do you want to do today?” (Lego Movie reference):



and one more stop at Shady Lane park on Shorty’s Lane (should have named it shady lane or Shorty’s Park, I guess):



then back home to the smell of a fresh baked carrot cake my lovely wife was baking for her mother’s birthday (no pics of that, unfortunately).
Added a ratty water bottle cage from my box o parts; my local collective charges $1 for them so that's what I'll charge myself...

Mileage total: 19
Money total: $74.46 + $1 = $75.46

A few observations:

Road bikes are very efficient, even ratty old ones. I ride this loop regularly on my commuter hybrid, a 700c wheeled Trek 7300, and I didn’t feel like I worked anywhere near as hard on the Nishiki as I regularly do on the 7300. I’ve not spent many miles on a drop bar road bike, and am quite surprised at how fast this feels! Maybe I’ve been wrong about skinny tired roadies all this time?

The BB needs attention. It is just loose enough to make noise when you drop the front wheel from an inch or so. This weekend…

The seat clamp seems to be loosening up, causing the seat to rock a little. Have to look into that.

The drop bars weren’t as painful today. Good thing I still have 40 more miles to get accustomed to it…

Down tube shifters… what a trip!

Ultimately, I am enjoying the experience the clunker challenge is providing, and that’s the most important part, right?

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^Agreed about road bike efficiency Smokinapankake ! I am shocked how fast and easy this old road bike feels, even though it's hi-ten!

Speaking of which, I managed 15.2 miles last night to the podunk little town of Darrtown, Ohio at a record average speed thus far of 15.8 mph! This brings me to 39 miles so far (9.15 + 14.85 + 15.2) out of 100. On the way I saw lots of nice views (Four Mile Creek, Darrtown Cemetery, and so on). Enjoy the photos!


Canoe/kayak launch. Beautiful view behind. I think some guys were swimming in the creek well in the distance.

Another view from the boat launch.

View in the opposite direction, towards the bridge

Darrtown Cemetery

Four Mile Creek at Ohio 73

Cool barn in Darrtown


St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Darrtown, Ohio

Capri Cordova in front of St. Matthew Lutheran Church
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I'm starting to enjoy hills on this bike. Got my favorite pic of the journey thus far.
New total
53 miles
2530 ft


Choo Choo!
Ooooh! Is that the Boyds MARC stop? I am close to Metropolitan Grove! :-)
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Yep. One day I'll take it to dickerson and bike back home!
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