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ROAD BIKES LETS SEE EM

Discussion in 'ROAD & TOURING BIKES' started by rife with bikes, Oct 21, 2010.

  1. Terry66

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    My Salsa loaded down and doing some gravel touring. I think this was day 3 of the trip.

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    Not really a road bike, but I built this Surly Ogre over the winter for some backwoods bikepacking.

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  2. Wildcat

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    This started out as a 1976 Ventura 24" 10 speed.
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  3. FunkyStickman

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    The commuter...
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  4. marius.suiram

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    1973 (?) Peugeot PX 10 with some wrong parts on it. I didn't start to work on it.

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    1988 Pair of Fuji Sagres, mint condition

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    1981 Lotus Legend, group Shimano 600 arabesque

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    1984-1985 Specialized Sequoia, group Suntour Superbe

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    1941 (?) Schwinn New World

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    1984 Motobecane Grand Touring

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    Bianchi Axis

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    Bianchi Strada

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    Schwinn Le Tour

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    Schwinn Continental

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  5. JimMendel

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    Nice bikes! That Peugeot is a cool project.
     
  6. Duchess

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    Here's my Miyata 1000LT with 10 speed SIS. Still has the original radial tires.

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  7. marius.suiram

    marius.suiram

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    last days I got these:

    1973 Raleigh Carlton Super Course LL

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    1981 Schwinn Le Tour Tourist, Japan made

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  8. JimMendel

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    1989 Schwinn World Sport, my latest acquisition.
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  9. marius.suiram

    marius.suiram

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    I owned this one for four days

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  10. marius.suiram

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    Basso, just got it, I am making researches about it.
    Shimano 600 equipped, except brakes (DiaCompe :arghh: ).

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    I will post some more after cleaning and replacing the brakes.
     
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  11. Duchess

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    2000 Iver Johnson Major Taylor (rebranded Specialized Allez)

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  12. marius.suiram

    marius.suiram

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    Some new pictures of Basso:

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  13. marius.suiram

    marius.suiram

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    1976...1977 Austro Daimler AD-SL
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  14. marius.suiram

    marius.suiram

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    Raleigh Technium Scott Tinley

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  15. almaguer4

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  16. cman

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    Marius, Nice collection of bikes
     
  17. marius.suiram

    marius.suiram

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    thanks, but actually most of them are going to new owners. I am trying to make some extra money from flipping road/touring bikes (and other kind on bikes...)
    Maybe the word is not the proper one, because before selling I try to bring them in a good working and looking condition.
    The only bikes I am keeping are: a prewar Schwinn New World, a '73 Peugeot PX10, a '73 Raleigh Super Course Carlton TT,. maybe the Basso.
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  18. marius.suiram

    marius.suiram

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    Another Austro-Daimler and a Swiss Mondia Special

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  19. marius.suiram

    marius.suiram

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    Miyata two ten, nice condition

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  20. almaguer4

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    Picked up this Fuji yesterday. I believe it's a 1977 Fuji Dynamic 12.

    Hi-ten Steel 661 with suntour components, sugino 42x52 crank and dia-compe center pull brakes.

    It's not a high end bike and I won't be winning any races any time soon. But, it's an excellent commuter and will handle the weekend trips.

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