WANTED:   SST Command Post laidback style posted by: J on 4/12/2005 at 6:48:34 PM
Looking to buy a laidback SST Command Post. Any condition will do and if you have the original decal, awesome.

Thank you.
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WANTED:   Have 94 vertial ned parts posted by: terry moriarty on 4/8/2005 at 3:11:12 PM
Have 94 vertial ned parts
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AGE / VALUE:   Peugeot CPX-50 posted by: D.C. Wilson on 4/4/2005 at 2:52:03 AM
Can anybody tell me about this bike. At first glance, it looks like a little kiddie bike. But it has a Polygon stem, a tough little frame (L1011 tubing sticker on seat tube), Viscount seat, studly little fork, KK hubs, and rose annodized pedals. Color is white. Chrome chain guard. CPX-50 is on the seat stays. Never knew Peugeot was into this sort of thing. One of the cutest little hoppers I've seen. It certainly seems a cut above the average kiddie bike. No "made in ....." sticker anywhere. would seem to date to early or mid 80s. Help.
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Peugeot CPX-50 posted by Nicholas Davis on 5/4/2005 at 6:08:45 PM
When I was a kid, we moved from the US to Europe, where I lived for 7 years. When we got Brussels, Belgium, my parents bought me a new bike. The bike store where we purchased it sold the entire line of Peugeot CPX bikes. I'll tell you all that I can remember.

The bike you describe is the Peugeot CPX 150. Perhaps the "1" got rubbed off the seat, or maybe the seat was replaced. The original seat of the CPX 150 was red, in an attempt to match the color of the pedals and the tires, which were also red.

The Peugeot CPX lineup went something like this:
CPX 100 -- entry level, came in red and blue frames, metal spoke wheels.
CPX 150 -- available in white frame only, with red tires, metal spoked wheels
CPX 250 (the bike I owned) -- available in white frame only, with blue 10 spoke fiberglass mag wheels, anondized blue aluminum handlebars with goosemeck. Yellow writing on the bike said Peugeot CPX 250. Blue hnadlebars with black foam grips. Black pedals. Blue tires...As I recall, the front tire was slightly wider than the bakc tire...The bike had only one handbrake (on the rear tire)
There was also a CPX 350 and 450...I don't remember what these looked like, as they were way out of my price range.

Back in 1982, the prices for these bikes were as follows:
CPX 100 -- 5000 Belgian Francs, around $100
CPX 150 -- 8500 Belgian Francs, around $175
CPX 250 -- 12,000 Belgian Francs, around $240
CPX 350 and 450, unknown.

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   RE:RE:AGE / VALUE:   Peugeot CPX-50 posted by GREGORY on 5/18/2005 at 3:02:04 PM
Hello,

I must ad, that I bought a CPX 100 when I was 9 years old (in France) for 720 francs (110 €) and it was all black.

It was the third one in my town.

The two others where grey/chrome fork and black/chrome fork.

After mine they where red/chrome fork.

I broke the frame at the age of 12 and bought a blue mongoose F1 (yellow tires) but thats an other story...

Gregory
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Peugeot CPX-50 posted by JIN on 7/2/2005 at 2:39:19 PM
Good Day,
I am mr jin,i saw the advert of the item you have for sale in am interested in buying the item,i will like you to get back to me with the last asking price for it and the present condition.thanks and hope to read from you soon.
JiN.
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Peugeot CPX-50 posted by Peter Zeiler on 8/22/2005 at 4:12:51 PM
I purchased a CPX-100 in sixth grade from Town & Country Cyclery in Northville, Michigan. This would have been spring 1980 if memory serves me coorect. It had a black frame and all gold anodized accesories/parts including cranks, sprockets, rims and spokes and handle bars along with gold lettering and gold on black padding. One speed.

I distinctly recall it being about the same weight but more manueverable than my frinds Mongooses (Mongeese?) and Redlines. Something about the gearing on the one speed and the crank length made it have better tan average acceleration. A lot of BMX back then had tiny frames to clear the longer cranks. Which made them somewhat unstable as the center of gravity was higher. The CPX-100 just felt right. The blend between sprocket ratio, crank length, center of gravity and seating position made it perfect for racing, and jumps focused on length, height and duration. It was not the bike for stunt jumping, but it was clearly the class of the field in my circle of friends when it came to racing around the couple tracks in the area. Fast and very stable.

The only draw back were the head set stripped too easily and was replaced several times as were the real wheel asjustment nuts. I finally and reluctantly moved to a chrome Mongoose head. I really wnated to keep it original but $40 for head sets was a weeks wages on the paper route.
I think I paid around $135 to $145 for mine in 1980.
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Peugeot CPX-50 posted by laszlo on 8/27/2005 at 9:23:38 AM
i just found a CPX 80 which is a kiddie chopper. red frame & fork, white handlebar, chainguard. but the two wheels & brakes are missing. any pictures, any parts (i'm in belgium).thanks
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Peugeot CPX-50 posted by bonze on 5/24/2008 at 12:27:34 PM
Hello..:) Just wondering about when did Peugeot start making bmx's. I just picked a CPX-100. Trying to get a round about year on it. Mines blue. Thanks and take care...
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Peugeot CPX-50 posted by Ron G Palermino on 5/28/2008 at 9:06:32 AM
Hello, I just picked up a Peugeout BMX code CPX3HXXX on the bottom bracket that was originally black. I'm trying to figure out what year it is. The "3" between the letter might indicate 1983 or CPX 350 model, but I'm not sure? Does anyone have one with a similar code on the bottom bracket that knows what model/year it is?

Any help is much appreciated,
RP
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   RE:AGE/MODEL PEUGEOT CPX3HXXXX posted by Ron G Palermino on 5/28/2008 at 9:08:19 AM
Hello, I just picked up a Peugeout BMX code CPX3HXXX on the bottom bracket that was originally black. I'm trying to figure out what year it is. The "3" between the letter might indicate 1983 or CPX 350 model, but I'm not sure? Does anyone have one with a similar code on the bottom bracket that knows what model/year it is?

Any help is much appreciated,
RP
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   RE:AGE / VALUE:   Peugeot CPX-50 posted by Miquel on 6/2/2008 at 6:55:17 AM
http://www.marktplaats.nl/index.php?sref=http%3A//www.google.nl/search%3Fhl%3Dnl%26q%3Dpeugeot+cpx+250%26btnG%3DZoeken%26meta%3Dcr%253DcountryNL&url=http%3A//fiets.marktplaats.nl/crossfietsen-en-bmx/165551570-bmx-peugeot-cpx-250-collecters-item.html%3Fxref%3D1
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WANTED:   VDC FAN. posted by: RICHIE on 4/1/2005 at 12:18:43 AM
NEED VDC CHANGA AND CHIMP STICKERS!!!!!
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   RE:WANTED:   VDC FAN. posted by Warren on 10/23/2005 at 7:32:15 PM
Are you still looking for some VDC CHanga stickers. I have a few individual stickers.
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AGE / VALUE:   dyno sonic posted by: carlos on 3/29/2005 at 5:50:19 PM
i still have the dyno sonic for sale scroll down for info. this is a awesome bike and will be worth a lot of money in a few years!!!
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   RE:AGE / VALUE: dyno sonic posted by Jack greco on 10/25/2005 at 4:57:54 AM
I just lost mine, is yours crome w/ green writing or green w/ crome? If crome, how much are you asking for it, i am very interested.

Jack
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