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Old 05-06-21, 06:47 PM
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Got everything but the frame and wheels into my Evaporust tank. There's also a chainring off a 1964 HVZ Meteor in there. I'll probably flip the fenders over tomorrow so I can get at the other side. The stem bolt was much rustier than any other part of the bike, we'll see how it cleans up. Probably wasn't necessary, but I'm interested to see how the chrome looks when it's all said and done. I had a mini freak-out over how many bikes I have (20?!?), what's the optimal # for you guys? I have a couple I'll never fix up, but they're great parts donors. I'm sending a few to the big dumpster in the sky later tonight. At least this guy probably won't be sticking around forever.


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Old 05-07-21, 07:59 AM
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I picked up some rim strips from an lbs, and some nos wire bead Continental Grand Sport 700x20 tires (white dot, $3 each) at the bike thrift store.

$55.60 previous total
$5.35 rim strips
$6.42 tires
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$67.37 total so far.

looks like i might have the budget to swap out the horrible Schwinn saddle for an Avocet Racing saddle I got for $5 at the bike thrift store!





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Old 05-07-21, 08:02 AM
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I need a bike thrift store near here. Actually that would probably be a bad idea...
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Great thread. If I get the $35 craigslist find this weekend I can start giving everyone updates.
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Originally Posted by hazetguy View Post
I picked up some rim strips from an lbs, and some nos wire bead Continental Grand Sport 700x20 tires (white dot, $3 each) at the bike thrift store.
Now that's a skinny tire! It'll be like riding on $3 razor blades.
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Old 05-07-21, 09:18 AM
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i agree. i will sacrifice my comfort in the spirit of The Challenge!

and having the bike thrift store nearby is both a blessing and a curse. never know what will show up, difficult to stay away. fortunately they are only open two days a week right now, so it makes it easier to budget the amount of time i spend going there.
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i agree. i will sacrifice my comfort in the spirit of The Challenge!

and having the bike thrift store nearby is both a blessing and a curse. never know what will show up, difficult to stay away. fortunately they are only open two days a week right now, so it makes it easier to budget the amount of time i spend going there.
This will be interesting. Good luck.
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Narhay Along the lines of dweenk’s questioning, this Peugeot came with a non-stock Shimano 105 rear derailleur. It works fine but looks so out of place. I have a Campy 980 derailleur that would look so much better. I assume I would have to account for the 980 value..or maybe not?!?!? Remind me again.. How does this bribery thing work?
I think a 980 and a 105 probably have similar value so if one "sold" to a bin in another room somewhere the swap could cancel itself out.
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Now that's a skinny tire! It'll be like riding on $3 razor blades.
Wish I had $3 razor blades for my Peugeot!
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I think a 980 and a 105 probably have similar value so if one "sold" to a bin in another room somewhere the swap could cancel itself out.
Man...these rules are confusing!
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Man...these rules are confusing!
I think the issue is I don't really care as long as you're having fun and there isn't egregious excess.

If you sell the 105 or you know the value of the 980 then add it up. But if adding it makes you like the bike that much more and ride it then .
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I think the issue is I don't really care as long as you're having fun and there isn't egregious excess.

If you sell the 105 or you know the value of the 980 then add it up. But if adding it makes you like the bike that much more and ride it then .
I know. I just honestly enjoy watching the rules change as the thread progresses...it's what makes these such a good fun read, and you a great moderator of the challenge! Life is too serious to make clunkers serious as well!
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I know. I just honestly enjoy watching the rules change as the thread progresses...it's what makes these such a good fun read, and you a great moderator of the challenge! Life is too serious to make clunkers serious as well!
Good, good. Flattery. Two bonus points for jdawginsc
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Hey wait a minute @Narhay, I can flatter twice as much as jdawginsc with half as much sincerity..
That has to count for something..
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Today I started cleaning the headset of solidified grease.



Pancho assisted in soaking the bearings and race.
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Hey wait a minute @Narhay, I can flatter twice as much as jdawginsc with half as much sincerity..
That has to count for something..
Two points
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Good, good. Flattery. Two bonus points for jdawginsc
whoop whoop...it’ll make up for my disappointment of a clunker...
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Today I started cleaning the headset of solidified grease.


Pancho assisted in soaking the bearings and race.
I really like these old Peugeots. The maroon with the chrome fork is a great color scheme. There are two very similar beaters for sale locally, it's hard to say no.

Took my Schwinn to my favorite bike shop, they were kind enough to take the kick stand out with the special tool. I'm glad I didn't try to force it.

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Although the mismatched wheels on my France Sport could be made serviceable, I really dislike them, so when I found out that the going rate in the local classifieds for old steel-rimmed wheels is €3, I decided to replace them with a matching set. Rusty spokes and rims, and the tires are several decades past their ride-by date, but the they hold air, the hubs spin freely and they are a matching pair.



And I spent some time with vinegar and a wire brush to clean up the mounting hardware for the fenders:

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I think I've found a candidate bike for this year's challenge, and I'm pretty excited about it.

Way back in 2017, I "organized" a small group of BF members to ride the Tualatin Valley Scenic Bikeway, culminating with lunch at the Black Iron Grill in Vernonia. While we were at the Grill, this bike caught our attention.



Later, I looked back at some pictures I had taken from another ride that ended there the previous year, and, sure enough, the same Takara was on the rack in those pictures too. I've been back several times since then, as recently as two weeks ago with @gugie and @Insidious C., and the Takara is always there. Needless to say, it has captured my attention.

Fast forward to this Wednesday, I was fishing around Craigslist looking for a bike that was worthy of this esteemed competition, and I thought about the Takara. Then I went to the ridewithgps route planner, and I discovered that the most obvious route from my house to Vernonia plus a loop around Lake Vernonia and then back to the Black Iron Grill comes out to exactly 100 kilometers. That can't be coincidence, right? It had to be the Universe telling me this was the bike for the Clunker 100 Challenge.

So, I sent off a message to the Grill, asking what the story was with the bike and telling them about my idea to restore it, offering to return it to their bike rack when I was done. I got a reply earlier today. It turns out the owner of the Grill bought this bike new in 1978 and is open to allowing me to "play a part in this bicycle's story." I'm going out tomorrow to talk to them about it.

How does one account for a borrowed bike when making a budget?
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I dug out a pair of skanky looking Suntour Cyclone pedals that I got out of the $5/pair bin at the thrift store a while ago. I would have put the Campagnolo Record pedals on that cost me $10, but I am on a budget here.... I drilled some holes in the dust caps so that I can inject grease. They are kinda rough right now, but I'm hoping they will feel better after a few miles and lots of grease.
I installed some equally gnarly toe clips and straps, and will assign them a value of $5, based on what the thrift store charges for the same.
So $10.70 for the complete pedals (tax included).


I put on the $5.35 (tax included) Avocet Racing saddle I got at the thrift store.

I also mounted the tires today. I used the tubes that were in the tires when I bought the bike.
While the tires look nice, when I was installing them, the bead edging flaked off quite a bit, so I am fearing punctures because of this. I'll have to play it by ear as far as that goes. I should have enough budget remaining to replace the tires if necessary.
I also installed a tire pump, but I am not including that in the cost, as that is something that gets moved from bike to bike, and not specifically for this bike, even though there was a bracket for it on the bike when I bought it.
So, as of now:
$67.37 previous total
$10.70 pedals
$5.35 saddle
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$83.42 total


Aside from some doing final checks, adjusting the saddle, and moving my saddle bag from another bike, I PLEAD THE FILTH is ready to have some miles put on it.



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I think this might be the entry. $40 as disassembled...


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My budget’s gonna take a hit once I figure out how much I paid for the A’me hoods some ten years ago. One polished lever, one to go.

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I paid $15.99/pr fourteen years ago. My remaining budget is $84.01.


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Originally Posted by Andy_K View Post
I think I've found a candidate bike for this year's challenge, and I'm pretty excited about it.

Way back in 2017, I "organized" a small group of BF members to ride the Tualatin Valley Scenic Bikeway, culminating with lunch at the Black Iron Grill in Vernonia. While we were at the Grill, this bike caught our attention.



Later, I looked back at some pictures I had taken from another ride that ended there the previous year, and, sure enough, the same Takara was on the rack in those pictures too. I've been back several times since then, as recently as two weeks ago with @gugie and @Insidious C., and the Takara is always there. Needless to say, it has captured my attention.

Fast forward to this Wednesday, I was fishing around Craigslist looking for a bike that was worthy of this esteemed competition, and I thought about the Takara. Then I went to the ridewithgps route planner, and I discovered that the most obvious route from my house to Vernonia plus a loop around Lake Vernonia and then back to the Black Iron Grill comes out to exactly 100 kilometers. That can't be coincidence, right? It had to be the Universe telling me this was the bike for the Clunker 100 Challenge.

So, I sent off a message to the Grill, asking what the story was with the bike and telling them about my idea to restore it, offering to return it to their bike rack when I was done. I got a reply earlier today. It turns out the owner of the Grill bought this bike new in 1978 and is open to allowing me to "play a part in this bicycle's story." I'm going out tomorrow to talk to them about it.

How does one account for a borrowed bike when making a budget?
That's awesome, Andy! Maybe I could lend out some of my projects and see what they look like when returned? Hmmm.

If anyone needs a bike to enter in the Clunker 100 Challenge, I happen to have a 22.5" 1975 Chimo Criterium (frame, fork and whatever parts I can locate) that I would like outa my garage. Chrome is pretty nice and 99.5% of paint is stripped (read: must paint it). Zero rust. If someone wants to enter it in the Challenge you are welcome to it. Rumor is they have a high BB so it might be a nice 650b candidate?
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I think I've found a candidate bike for this year's challenge, and I'm pretty excited about it.

Way back in 2017, I "organized" a small group of BF members to ride the Tualatin Valley Scenic Bikeway, culminating with lunch at the Black Iron Grill in Vernonia. While we were at the Grill, this bike caught our attention.



Later, I looked back at some pictures I had taken from another ride that ended there the previous year, and, sure enough, the same Takara was on the rack in those pictures too. I've been back several times since then, as recently as two weeks ago with @gugie and @Insidious C., and the Takara is always there. Needless to say, it has captured my attention.

Fast forward to this Wednesday, I was fishing around Craigslist looking for a bike that was worthy of this esteemed competition, and I thought about the Takara. Then I went to the ridewithgps route planner, and I discovered that the most obvious route from my house to Vernonia plus a loop around Lake Vernonia and then back to the Black Iron Grill comes out to exactly 100 kilometers. That can't be coincidence, right? It had to be the Universe telling me this was the bike for the Clunker 100 Challenge.

So, I sent off a message to the Grill, asking what the story was with the bike and telling them about my idea to restore it, offering to return it to their bike rack when I was done. I got a reply earlier today. It turns out the owner of the Grill bought this bike new in 1978 and is open to allowing me to "play a part in this bicycle's story." I'm going out tomorrow to talk to them about it.

How does one account for a borrowed bike when making a budget?
$100. Can't spend a penny more.
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