Vintage, yesteryear and retro biking
I like this guy!
"happy to deliver for a bottle of red "
Also, that 650b mtb is nice, shame it's a little low quality and a plain colour, or I'd be retiring the Rockhopper in Castlemaine and rolling on Hetres instead.
That 64cm Keith Davis Touring bike dropped $1200, went from ludicrously expensive to a good deal?
Pick of the day, an Orange Clockwork SS MTB with Middleburn cranks going for a good price in SA.
One more one more....
A very clean 80's Giant Road Bike, with a size 9 pair of Shimano 600 Tri Colour shoes. One for the Tri Colour aficionado
I like that Orange, with the trick Maguras. 90s bling.
Long day's journey into alt-bars
I've got my tall mate up in Darwin onto this. His Rohloff/Salsa Casseroll was stolen not long ago. Not sure if he sees the value in this one though...
I've got some spare guards don't forget;-)
Large Alan in Perth, seller has an older 2 star with modern bits as well.
Common as muck they are
Smaller Alan in Sydney for a smaller price (ATM anyway)
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Someone should latch on to these wheels. Campagnolo high flange - 3 for $100 in Scone.
http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/scone/bi ... 1028863839
which part of that perkins is 53cm?
About 3/4 of the way up the seat post I'd vote for typo as the description says its a 57 cm
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A pretty Hoffy Frame in Brisvegas, I'd swing at late 70s. "Reynolds 531 Renovate" sticker? Is that some sort of 'genuine replacement' that you can get from Reynolds for resprayed frames? Was a tube replaced? Confused.
This ends at 7am. 0 bids, $90 probably buys it.
Apollo with 105
And if you've ever wanted his n' hers (who hasn't), the condition of these things!
not ebay old junk, for sure.
I need to win lotto, then it's off to France
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/rare-full-NO ... 356wt_2035
Its not every day you see a roadie with grip shifts!
I am now curious as to how the grip shifts got past the bend in the bars & am scared that it might have involved cutting
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I'm seeing some sort of shim/spacer thing on the inside of the left shifter, don't know what it is but it looks weird. Danger will robinson!
And on the Bertin above, i'm really glad to find out it is "not restaurated" . Destroys the value dontcha know.
When man invented the bicycle he reached the peak of his attainments- Elizabeth West.
Seems like a good deal...
http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/macquari ... 1029830724
Even for the campy record parts alone?
Somebody has to recognise that fork crown. It's no Cinelli (I think??? I stick to the Japanese stuff) but there's some clean 600 Tri Colour hanging on it.
Go to bed.
I would, but I'm busy reading this. Worthy of it's own thread? Is there one already?
This model Giant had special handlebars to accommodate the Gripshift. The middle part of the bar went into the stem, then the shifters and outside parts of the handlebars clamped into the middle part, using something akin to a seat clamp. I worked on them way back, cant remember any problems with them, except for the fact that I didnt like the design of Gripshift shifters anyway.
Vintage Campagnolo Cinelli Laser Track Tandem
not cheap and the pickup only will deter many
The price to ship a tandem would probably defer many more!
Might be cheaper to fly to Italy, pick up in person and accompanied-baggage it home.
Can you do mad skidz on a fixie tandem?
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