MISC:   serial numbers to determine year posted by: Ray Battestilli on 11/20/2006 at 7:23:36 AM
Hello,
I am looking for serial number information for a French bike, a Louison Bobet. There are several numbers stamped on the bottom bracket, but do not seem to give the year. If anyone can help me with this I would greatly appreciate it. Also, values for bikes of this type (French road bike with Campy parts, in good condition, 12 speeds). Thanks!
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   RE:MISC:   serial numbers to determine year posted by sean on 12/14/2006 at 10:53:44 PM
Hello,I can help.Well what are the first 3 didgets?Its a bit tricky with newer bikes.I am always happy to help a fellow bike fan.
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FOR SALE:   Raleigh Twenty or Chopper wheels posted by: Ed on 11/19/2006 at 3:45:02 PM
I have a set of wheels for a Twenty. (20 x 1.75)I built a set of custom wheels for the bicycle and don't need them anymore. This is a 1969 original set with rebuilt hubs. The original Raleigh tires with red stripes are on them. The back hub is a SA AW. The front hub has the oil port. The hubs are 36 spoke. Over all in good shape, not rusted. FORD906@CS.com I can send photos on request. I sell on Ebay but I thought this may be a better place. I live in the Niagara Falls, NY area and I can ship them. Ed

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   RE:FOR SALE:   Raleigh Twenty or Chopper wheels posted by Ed on 11/19/2006 at 3:54:13 PM
I would contact Rick Cycle 743 Main St. Buffalo, NY. (716) 852-6838. A good sorce of vintage bicycles. In the same location from 1916! Ed
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WANTED:   vintage three speed posted by: arol charbonneau on 11/19/2006 at 6:39:32 AM
Hi
I am looking to acquire a British bike 1959 or earlier. Frame size 22-23". I would like a complete bike with all original components ie pump etc. Good to excellent condition. Patina welcome but not rust and corrosion. I live in New England.
Thanks Arol
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MISC:   sears spyder 500 posted by: Jennifer on 11/18/2006 at 8:53:25 PM
I was given a bike for my daughter. It is a sears spyder 500. I am not sure what year it is, but it has a flower banana seat and it is a purple/red color. I just want to learn more about this bike. If anyone has any information on it, I would appreciate it. I can provide a picture if need be.
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   RE:MISC:   sears spyder 500 posted by Jennifer on 11/18/2006 at 9:05:17 PM
I forgot to mention that it is a female bike with only one speed, With rear brake. (the kind you have to push back on the pedal to stop)
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   RE:RE:MISC:   sears spyder 500 posted by T on 12/7/2006 at 1:30:28 PM
I used to have one of those.500? I think it was around $69 bucks. It was red and white with a shiny speckled banana seat and tassles coming out of the grips. I was mad at my parents because I wanted a schwinn . What a brat! I can't remember what happened to it. I was a decent bike now that I look back. 1977?
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WANTED:   Raleigh Professional Frame posted by: Bill Silverman on 11/18/2006 at 1:05:15 PM
Looking for early-to-mid 70's Raleigh Professional frameset. 21 1/2", preferably without eyelets on dropouts and with the blue mink and silver color scheme.
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