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AGE / VALUE:   mks pedals posted by: A. Jeune on 1/26/2008 at 3:33:31 PM
I have an 80's road bike - it has MKS esquartz 102 pedals-can I convert these to clipless pedal? Are there cleats out there for this application? If so where?
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           RE:AGE / VALUE: mks pedals posted by Warren on 1/27/2008 at 1:45:54 PM
Those pedals take a standard old skool road shoe that has a slot in the sole to hang off the flange on the rear of the pedal. These types of pedals are famous for their ability to numb ones feet in less than 2 kms. They are not transformers so they can't become clipless.
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           RE:RE:AGE / VALUE: mks pedals posted by Gralyn on 1/29/2008 at 7:47:48 PM
You either have to ride them strapped in - like I do. Or, take them off, and replace them with a new clipless set (something I plan to do.....probably this Spring.
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           RE:AGE / VALUE: mks pedals posted by Matt on 3/1/2008 at 4:33:30 PM
If you decide to get rid of the MKS's I would be interested in buying them if they are in decent shape. Thanks
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           RE:AGE / VALUE:   mks pedals posted by Papa on 11/29/2009 at 9:20:56 AM
Do you have MKS Esquartz pedals for sale ?

Thank you,

Papa

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AGE / VALUE:   Azuki 1976 S/N 76614476 posted by: Brian Humphrey on 1/24/2008 at 2:54:53 PM
Looking for more imformation and price on my vintage bicycle. If any one knows of any web sites to find information it would be great to know. It is in good contition .Azuki 10-speed made in Japan ca. late 70s. Dia-Compe alloy stem, seatpost, "safety levers" and centerpull brakes, Sun Tour VGT rear and Compe V (reverse action) front derailleurs,rims 27".
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           RE:AGE / VALUE:   Azuki 1976 S/N 76614476 posted by Gralyn on 1/24/2008 at 8:20:12 PM
I have one - pretty much as you describe. It's a decent bike. I haven't had much luck finding information on them. In good running condition - I would expect it to be worth $100 to $150 give or take. You might check Ebay to see if any of them have been listed - and what they sold for.
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           RE:AGE / VALUE: Azuki 1976 S/N 76614476 posted by Joe on 1/26/2008 at 2:16:25 PM
Azuki was sold by West Coast Cycles, who also distributed Nishiki. I believe both were Kawamura built.
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FOR SALE:   BSA/RALEIGH Prima in red posted by: mark on 1/22/2008 at 9:13:31 AM
I have a red BSA/RALEIGH Prima bicycle(racer)for sale. It has a 531 Reynolds hand built frame.Any offers welcome but don't insult me.
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AGE / VALUE:   650C wheels - Need advice posted by: Gralyn on 1/20/2008 at 8:29:27 PM
I currently have bike frame that will only accomodate 650C wheels. I'm having a hard time finding a set of 650C's that I can afford. A local bike shop told me they could get some from Trek for around $200 (Trek has some WSD bikes and smaller frame sizes they put 650C wheels on). I've seen some on Ebay.....for up around that same price range and on up to over a grand.
I was thinking of different options: Maybe I could build up a wheel set? I would have to get a couple 36 hole rims, though......then figure out the size spokes I would need. Another option...maybe.....some of the mountain bike wheels - 26 inch - that have pretty narrow rims. Would a 650C tire fit a 26 inch rim?
Any ideas? Advice? Or should I just save up my money?
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           RE:AGE / VALUE: 650C wheels - Need advice posted by Joe on 1/21/2008 at 3:49:09 AM
A 650C is the same bead seat diameter as a Schwinn S7 middleweight 26x1 3/4" wheel. If you can't find the 650C wheels, maybe try a test fit with a 26" MTB wheel and run a narrow tire? It may take getting creative with the brake calipers though, but I am sure there's a combo that will work.
I've also seen a few 650 frame that were built with some added clearance and I was able to run a very small tire on a 700c rim, but most were built pretty tight to save on weight. The 26 MTB wheel will be a 559mm bead seat, so you will have to deal with the rim edge being about 6mm (1/4" or so) farther away from the caliper. Overall wheel diameter may be about the same with say a 26x1.5" slick tire.
I would personally just get the right wheels, but if you have something handy that will work till you can get the right wheels, go for it.
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           RE:AGE / VALUE:   650C wheels - Need advice posted by ken on 1/24/2008 at 11:48:10 AM
hey Gralyn- Joe's got the right dimensions. They're all posted on Sheldon's tire sizing page: http://sheldonbrown.com/tire-sizing.html
I think there are arguments both ways as far as what size you choose. Clearly the mtb rim size would fit, and you have the most tire options that way. As Joe says, you'd need an extra 6mm of reach on your calipers. But what I want to say is, if you build your own wheels you'll be glad you did.
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           RE:RE:AGE / VALUE:   650C wheels - Need advice posted by Gralyn on 1/24/2008 at 8:24:25 PM
I have a 26-inch mountain bike wheel set - with a pretty narrow rim. If I could find road-type tires to fit them - I could try that.
I'm still toying with the idea of building a wheel set.
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FOR SALE:   Schwinn Super Sport posted by: Greg on 1/20/2008 at 5:12:40 PM
I have Schwinn Super Sport bicycle that I bought around 1985. It is in very good shape and all original. Is there a market for this bike? I would like to sell it.

Thanks, Greg
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           RE:FOR SALE:   Schwinn Super Sport posted by Gralyn on 1/20/2008 at 8:28:57 PM
I bet you could sell it on Ebay.
I have a 1983 Schwinn Super Sport - very lightweight for its age (around 22 lbs). It's a great bike. I don't think you would have trouble selling it at all.
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MISC:   Schwinn Super Sport posted by: Greg on 1/20/2008 at 5:10:21 PM
I have Schwinn Super Sport bicycle that I bought around 1985. It is in very good shape and all original. Is there a market for this bike? I would like to sell it.

Thanks, Greg
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MISC:   seeking help identifing a track frame posted by: JimD on 1/17/2008 at 4:41:38 PM
I am seeking help to identify a track frame. This frame has Bocama (BCM) lugs, english threaded bottom bracket, reynolds 531 tubing, campy dropouts,and markings under the bottom of "2376" & "F". The same "2376" serial number is marked on the steering tube, and has a double layered fork crown..

Thanks much..
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FOR SALE:   Phillips Carlton posted by: Dewane on 1/17/2008 at 11:31:21 AM
A Carlton Phillips. See the info here. Not my bike, I haven't posted here in many years and am enjoying my Raleigh Super Course. If I had the money though, this makes me salivate!

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik/535557425.html
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           RE:FOR SALE: Phillips Carlton posted by Warren on 1/17/2008 at 4:47:38 PM
A thing of beauty!
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AGE / VALUE:   Concorde Colombo w/Campagnolo posted by: apostle on 1/16/2008 at 8:01:30 PM
Can anyone help me as to the value of these bikes? It's late 80's/poss. early 90's with Columbus Aelle frame.I was offered $300 for it.The guy said it has Campagnolo athena;but I don't know for sure.
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           RE:AGE / VALUE: Concorde Colombo w/Campagnolo posted by Chato on 2/1/2008 at 11:26:50 PM
Wondering if you pick up this bike? I've been looking for a bike outfitted with campagnolo athena components and would be interested in purchasing it if you haven't already done so. -Chato
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AGE / VALUE:   Hyperglide-C body posted by: Gralyn on 1/16/2008 at 10:42:05 AM
I've been playing around with the gear ratios on my RB-1. It had the original Hyperglide ....13-24 ....I think it went up to 24 - not 26. But anyway, I wanted to have an 11-tooth. It has a non-compact cassette body.....so I put a spacer on first, then the cogs. It's now 11,12,13,14,15,17,19. My question: can you swap out the non-compact body with a compact body?
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           RE:AGE / VALUE:   Hyperglide-C body posted by Gralyn on 1/16/2008 at 5:25:42 PM
No, you can't. One has the spline-type section on the hub, the other has the spline on the free hub body.
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AGE / VALUE:   Track cog question posted by: Gralyn on 1/14/2008 at 8:09:00 AM
I bought a couple track cogs on ebay. Maybe I didn't pay close enough attention - but I thought they were pretty standard. It was some time after I bought them - until I actually screwed them onto a hub....like I didn't test-fit them when I received them. Now I find that the inside thread diameter is too large for standard hubs. I have picked up numerous track cogs at various places - and they are all the same thread size. But these are too large. They aren't large enough to thread onto the body of a free wheel (like where the last cogs are threaded on). Is there a larger diameter track hub? If so, how common is it? Is it an older hub? Or maybe from a different country?
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           RE:AGE / VALUE: Track cog question posted by Warren on 1/14/2008 at 8:37:16 PM
I've had a couple of those and they're from older coaster style hubs...not good for ither of us.

I've also got one track cog thats too small...good quality made in England. Have yet to figure that one out.
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           RE:AGE / VALUE: Track cog question posted by Joe on 1/16/2008 at 1:04:25 AM
Every track hub that I've seen has been 1.37" x 24 tpi, but the lock ring threads can vary, I believe there's three different size lockring threads. The larger diameter thread on a track hub should be the same as any standard english threaded freewheel hub.
There were several older coaster brake hubs that used
threaded sprockets, New Departure was one of them. Some early Sturmey Archer hubs also used a threaded driver, but this thread was the same as a track hub. I have also seen a few sellers selling outer freewheel sprockets as track sprockets too.
There are also flip flop BMX hubs that have a smaller thread on one side to accommodate a 15t or smaller freewheel.

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           RE:RE:AGE / VALUE: Track cog question posted by Gralyn on 1/16/2008 at 10:33:01 AM
Mine must be one of the old coaster brake cogs. It's too large for standard hub, too small for thread-on to a free wheel.
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           RE:RE:AGE / VALUE: Track cog question posted by Warren on 1/16/2008 at 4:45:34 PM
You're forgetting about the Dura Ace 10 track group...not standard fitment. And please believe me, I've got this nicely machined britsh cog with RB stamped on it and it doesn't fit any of the dozen various track hubs I have. It's a hair small. Odd, I know...maybe a proprietary cog for another purpose? Looks totally bike to me.
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           RE:RE:AGE / VALUE: Track cog question posted by Warren on 1/16/2008 at 4:46:43 PM
The list is not posting in order received...
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FOR SALE:   early 80s team miyata bike posted by: ed smith on 1/13/2008 at 10:19:13 PM
nice condition all campy nuvo record
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FOR SALE:   A large lot of cycling componants for sale, Rolf, Campagnolo, Adidas etc posted by: Peter Naiman on 1/12/2008 at 1:41:47 PM
I'm selling quite a bit of road cycling for a freind who closed his shop last year in the Midwest. Below is most of the list with a few items to still be sorted out as some is still in storage. We are in Milwaukee, and the only thing we ask is if paying by Paypal is that the buyers agree to reimburse us the 3% Paypal charges us. Our shipping charges will be only what the exact amount of the shipping costs billed by USPS or Fedex.

Below is the list.
Regards,
Peter

First on the list, we’ve about 50 pairs of high quality Oakley and Adidas riding sunglasses that retailed for anywhere between $75 to $300. They are all available at about 50% of original retail. If interested in these I’ll be posting all on Photobucket over the weekend.

All items listed are New in the original box unless indicated, and most are priced at about 50% of the shops original retail. All equipment listed below is road or touring.

Mirrors for Road or Touring
Blackburn Retroviseur Multi Mirror. I have quite a few of these available in two styles.
One mounts on the bar end and the second mounts on the handle bar with Velcro and can be removed easily. These mirrors are very adjustable and larger viewing area than other road mirrors.
Shop price is $19.99/ Priced at $12

Ale toe clips
All toe clips below are priced at $14.00 a pair. A seller on Ebay is selling these for $22.95 a pair.

Ale Blue Anodized/ Large
2-Ale Black Anodized/ Large
2-Ale Gold Anodized/ Large
Ale Red Anodized/ Large
Ale Inox in Natural Alloy/ Medium
$14 @ pair
Campagnolo Record Componants
Campagnolo Record-D black anodized brake calipers. Asking $159.

Campagnolo Record Titanium & Carbon 10spd shortcage rear derailleur $199

Campagnolo Record Titanium & Carbon front derailleur. $90

Campagnolo Record 10spd Italian thread bottom bracket/ 102mm/36X24T $90

Brooks Saddles & Misc.

The first four saddles listed below have Copper rivets. All are New in Box and are priced @ $49 each & originally listed at about $95 or more online and retail.

3-NOS in original wrap Brooks B5N men’s saddles with chrome rails and rear chrome mountings for a rear bag. Asking $69.00 or best offer. These seats are period correct for a 1960s to early 1970s Vintage Lightweight.
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1-Brooks Professional/ $59
1-Brooks Team Professional, Black with Titanium rails, Titanium rails & Copper rivets.
Retails for between $325-$389/ Asking $225 or B/O.
1-Rare & New Old Stock Ideale 80 Record saddle, Honey with steel rails from the very early 1970s. Asking price is $150 or B/O
Wheelset
Cane Creek Crono Aerohead /Aeroheat SG-LX clincher sealed bearing wheelset, 26” for Mountain Bike use, but I assume could be used for touring as well. Hubs are black ano. Rims are black Ano with machined brake surface. Front wheel is 20 hole radially spoked. Rear wheel is 24 hole radially spoked on non-drive side and cross spoked on drive side. Spokes are 14 guage stainless steel. Fits Shimano cogsets 9-10spd.
Original shop price $549/ Priced @ $300 0r B/O
Chains
Shimano Ultegra Super Narrow HG Chain for 10spd. CN-6600.
Shop price $40/ Priced @ $20

Cranksets & Bottom Brackets
Dura-Ace Hollow Tech Crankset FC-7800. Chainrings are 53/39/ Arm length 172.5mm. Can be used with 9-10 speed components. Shops price $449 Priced @ $250 or B/O
Shimano Ultegra Crankset Hollow Tech II design/ Length 172.5mm/ Takes the new hollow tech bottom bracket. Model F-6600 for 9-10spd. Chainrings 53/39.
Shop price $279 Priced @ $140 or B/O
Shimano Octalink Ultegra Crankset/ Length 172.5mm/ Chainrings 53/39.
Shop price $189 Priced @ $ 99 or B/O
2- Triple Shimano Octalink Ultegra Crankset/ Length 175mm/ Chainrings 52/42/30.
Shop price $209 Priced @ $99 or B/O ON HOLD
2- Triple Shimano 105 Octalink Crankset/ Length 175mm/ Chainrings 52/42/30.
Shop price $149 Priced @ $85 or B/O
Truativ Isis Design Elita crankset/ Length 172.5mm/ Chainrings 48/39.
Shop price $125 Priced @ $65 or B/O
Trutativ Isis Drive Firex Triple crankset/ Length 175mm/ Chain rings 44/32/22
Shop price $135 Priced @ $70 or B/O
2-Shimano Dura-Ace Bottom Bracket SM-FC7800 for Hollow Tech cranksets.
1.37X24 English thread. Shop price $50 Priced @ $30
FSA Ultimax Ectreme BB, 68mm shell, Axle 113mm.
Shop price $70 My price $40
Shimano Dura-Ace Bottom Bracket SM-FC7800 for Hollow Tech cranksets.
36X24 Italian thread. Shop price $50 Priced @ $30
2-Shimano Ultegra SM-FC6600 1.37X24 English thread bottom bracket for Octalink
cranksets. Shop price $45 Asking price $25
2-Shimano 105 sealed BBs for Octalink cranksets 1.37X24 English thread.
Asking $15.00
Shimano Mega Drive Train Deore XT Mountain Crankset for Hollowtech bottom bracket.
Chain rings are 44/32/22. Arm length 175mm. Not sure what retail is, but priced at $65.
This chainset is brand new, but not in the original box.

Dual control road levers
Shimano Ultegra STI Dual Control Levers for 10spd.
Used with ST-6600 for double crankset or ST-6603 Triple crankset.
Shop price $449 Priced @ $299 or B/O

Road Cog Sets
Shimano Dura-Ace Titanium 10spd Cogset/ CS-7800.
Shop price $229 Priced @ $119 or B/O.
Shimano Ultegra 10spd cogset. CS-6600.
Shop price $90 Priced @ $50
Headsets
Cane Creek Solo threadless Black anodized 1&1/8”.
Shop price $110 Priced @ $60
FSA Obit Headset threadless 1” Black Anodized.
Shop price $60 Priced @ $35.00
2-AheadSet threadless 1&1/8” Black anodized headset.
Shop price $59 Priced @ $35
AheadSet threadless 1” Black anodized headset.
Shop price $59/ Priced @ $35

Threadless Stems 1&1/8”
Tommasini 3T engraved stem. Length 130mm.
Colour pearl white. Slightly used $50 or B/O
All stems below are black anodized
Cinelli Groove stem 90mm with shim for 1”stem.
Shop price $89 Priced @ $45
Salsa Stem Road SUL 80mm with 1” shim.
$25
Easton EA50 stems. Retail $70/ Priced at $35
2-120mm
1-110mm for mtn bike
3T Forgie stems. Retail $70/ Priced at $35
100mm & 110mm sizes
3T Zepp stems 105mm.
Shop price $90/ Priced @ $40
Felt ST 3-D stems. Retail $29/ Priced at $15
110mm &120mm sizes
Profile Design Hammer stems. Shop price $60/ Priced @ $30
110 & 100mm sizes.

Locks
Kryptonite Rock Lock: Retail price $79/ Priced at $40
Bell Ballistic Shackle Lock: Retail price $16/ Priced at $9

Miscellanious
3-Shimano Flight Deck component intergrated cycle computer.
Retail was $59/ Priced @ $20
2-Shimano Flight Deck Bracket/Sensor Kit.
Fit for Dura Ace ST-7700, Ultegra ST -6501, Shimano 105, Tiagra ST -4400
Shop price $50/ Priced @ $25
Ritchey Carbon WCS seat post. 330mm Length/ Size 27.2mm.
Shop price $199/ Priced @ $100.
AvidSD-2.0 Red anodized Mountain or Touring brake levers.
Shop priced @ $79/ Priced @ $40.
Shimano Dura Ace braze on front derailleur, FD-7800 for Dura-Ace 10spd.
Retails @ $65/ Priced at $30.
Park CT-5 Mini Chain Tool. Shop price $14.99/ Priced @ $8.00


Regards,
Peter

First on the list, we’ve about 50 pairs of high quality Oakley and Adidas riding sunglasses that retailed for anywhere between $75 to $300. They are all available at about 50% of original retail. If interested in these I’ll be posting all on Photobucket over the weekend.

All items listed are New in the original box unless indicated, and most are priced at about 50% of the shops original retail. All equipment listed below is road or touring.

Mirrors for Road or Touring
Blackburn Retroviseur Multi Mirror. I have quite a few of these available in two styles.
One mounts on the bar end and the second mounts on the handle bar with Velcro and can be removed easily. These mirrors are very adjustable and larger viewing area than other road mirrors.
Shop price is $19.99/ Priced at $12

Ale toe clips
All toe clips below are priced at $14.00 a pair. A seller on Ebay is selling these for $22.95 a pair.

Ale Blue Anodized/ Large
2-Ale Black Anodized/ Large
2-Ale Gold Anodized/ Large
Ale Red Anodized/ Large
Ale Inox in Natural Alloy/ Medium
$14 @ pair
Campagnolo Record Componants
Campagnolo Record-D black anodized brake calipers. Asking $159.

Campagnolo Record Titanium & Carbon 10spd shortcage rear derailleur $199

Campagnolo Record Titanium & Carbon front derailleur. $90

Campagnolo Record 10spd Italian thread bottom bracket/ 102mm/36X24T $90

Brooks Saddles & Misc.

The first four saddles listed below have Copper rivets. All are New in Box and are priced @ $49 each & originally listed at about $95 or more online and retail.

3-NOS in original wrap Brooks B5N men’s saddles with chrome rails and rear chrome mountings for a rear bag. Asking $69.00 or best offer. These seats are period correct for a 1960s to early 1970s Vintage Lightweight.
'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
1-Brooks Professional/ $59
1-Brooks Team Professional, Black with Titanium rails, Titanium rails & Copper rivets.
Retails for between $325-$389/ Asking $225 or B/O.
1-Rare & New Old Stock Ideale 80 Record saddle, Honey with steel rails from the very early 1970s. Asking price is $150 or B/O
Wheelset
Cane Creek Crono Aerohead /Aeroheat SG-LX clincher sealed bearing wheelset, 26” for Mountain Bike use, but I assume could be used for touring as well. Hubs are black ano. Rims are black Ano with machined brake surface. Front wheel is 20 hole radially spoked. Rear wheel is 24 hole radially spoked on non-drive side and cross spoked on drive side. Spokes are 14 guage stainless steel. Fits Shimano cogsets 9-10spd.
Original shop price $549/ Priced @ $300 0r B/O
Chains
Shimano Ultegra Super Narrow HG Chain for 10spd. CN-6600.
Shop price $40/ Priced @ $20

Cranksets & Bottom Brackets
Dura-Ace Hollow Tech Crankset FC-7800. Chainrings are 53/39/ Arm length 172.5mm. Can be used with 9-10 speed components. Shops price $449 Priced @ $250 or B/O
Shimano Ultegra Crankset Hollow Tech II design/ Length 172.5mm/ Takes the new hollow tech bottom bracket. Model F-6600 for 9-10spd. Chainrings 53/39.
Shop price $279 Priced @ $140 or B/O
Shimano Octalink Ultegra Crankset/ Length 172.5mm/ Chainrings 53/39.
Shop price $189 Priced @ $ 99 or B/O
2- Triple Shimano Octalink Ultegra Crankset/ Length 175mm/ Chainrings 52/42/30.
Shop price $209 Priced @ $99 or B/O ON HOLD
2- Triple Shimano 105 Octalink Crankset/ Length 175mm/ Chainrings 52/42/30.
Shop price $149 Priced @ $85 or B/O
Truativ Isis Design Elita crankset/ Length 172.5mm/ Chainrings 48/39.
Shop price $125 Priced @ $65 or B/O
Trutativ Isis Drive Firex Triple crankset/ Length 175mm/ Chain rings 44/32/22
Shop price $135 Priced @ $70 or B/O
2-Shimano Dura-Ace Bottom Bracket SM-FC7800 for Hollow Tech cranksets.
1.37X24 English thread. Shop price $50 Priced @ $30
FSA Ultimax Ectreme BB, 68mm shell, Axle 113mm.
Shop price $70 My price $40
Shimano Dura-Ace Bottom Bracket SM-FC7800 for Hollow Tech cranksets.
36X24 Italian thread. Shop price $50 Priced @ $30
2-Shimano Ultegra SM-FC6600 1.37X24 English thread bottom bracket for Octalink
cranksets. Shop price $45 Asking price $25
2-Shimano 105 sealed BBs for Octalink cranksets 1.37X24 English thread.
Asking $15.00
Shimano Mega Drive Train Deore XT Mountain Crankset for Hollowtech bottom bracket.
Chain rings are 44/32/22. Arm length 175mm. Not sure what retail is, but priced at $65.
This chainset is brand new, but not in the original box.

Dual control road levers
Shimano Ultegra STI Dual Control Levers for 10spd.
Used with ST-6600 for double crankset or ST-6603 Triple crankset.
Shop price $449 Priced @ $299 or B/O

Road Cog Sets
Shimano Dura-Ace Titanium 10spd Cogset/ CS-7800.
Shop price $229 Priced @ $119 or B/O.
Shimano Ultegra 10spd cogset. CS-6600.
Shop price $90 Priced @ $50
Headsets
Cane Creek Solo threadless Black anodized 1&1/8”.
Shop price $110 Priced @ $60
FSA Obit Headset threadless 1” Black Anodized.
Shop price $60 Priced @ $35.00
2-AheadSet threadless 1&1/8” Black anodized headset.
Shop price $59 Priced @ $35
AheadSet threadless 1” Black anodized headset.
Shop price $59/ Priced @ $35

Threadless Stems 1&1/8”
Tommasini 3T engraved stem. Length 130mm.
Colour pearl white. Slightly used $50 or B/O
All stems below are black anodized
Cinelli Groove stem 90mm with shim for 1”stem.
Shop price $89 Priced @ $45
Salsa Stem Road SUL 80mm with 1” shim.
$25
Easton EA50 stems. Retail $70/ Priced at $35
2-120mm
1-110mm for mtn bike
3T Forgie stems. Retail $70/ Priced at $35
100mm & 110mm sizes
3T Zepp stems 105mm.
Shop price $90/ Priced @ $40
Felt ST 3-D stems. Retail $29/ Priced at $15
110mm &120mm sizes
Profile Design Hammer stems. Shop price $60/ Priced @ $30
110 & 100mm sizes.

Locks
Kryptonite Rock Lock: Retail price $79/ Priced at $40
Bell Ballistic Shackle Lock: Retail price $16/ Priced at $9

Miscellanious
3-Shimano Flight Deck component intergrated cycle computer.
Retail was $59/ Priced @ $20
2-Shimano Flight Deck Bracket/Sensor Kit.
Fit for Dura Ace ST-7700, Ultegra ST -6501, Shimano 105, Tiagra ST -4400
Shop price $50/ Priced @ $25
Ritchey Carbon WCS seat post. 330mm Length/ Size 27.2mm.
Shop price $199/ Priced @ $100.
AvidSD-2.0 Red anodized Mountain or Touring brake levers.
Shop priced @ $79/ Priced @ $40.
Shimano Dura Ace braze on front derailleur, FD-7800 for Dura-Ace 10spd.
Retails @ $65/ Priced at $30.
Park CT-5 Mini Chain Tool. Shop price $14.99/ Priced @ $8.00


Regards,
Peter


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           RE:FOR SALE: A large lot of cycling componants for sale, Rolf, Campagnolo, Adidas etc posted by Theo Dagi on 2/14/2008 at 10:39:19 PM
Hi Peter,

I just came across your note and would be interested in some saddles, for a start. Anything still available in Brooks or Ideale? Any pedals available? I don't always have easy access to a computer, but I do have emai - kindly feel free to email me or to ring me at 617 301 0404.

Many thanks

Theo
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           RE:FOR SALE: A large lot of cycling componants for sale, Rolf, Campagnolo, Adidas etc posted by Theo Dagi on 2/14/2008 at 10:40:33 PM
Hi Peter,

I just came across your note and would be interested in some saddles, for a start. Anything still available in Brooks or Ideale? Any pedals available? I don't always have easy access to a computer, but I do have email - kindly feel free to email me directly.

Many thanks

Theo
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           RE:FOR SALE:   A large lot of cycling componants for sale, Rolf, Campagnolo, Adidas etc posted by elliot on 4/15/2008 at 8:22:21 AM
looking for blade or complete right shifter Shimano st-6501. Please let me know if you have available and at what price.
Thanks
Elliot

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           RE:FOR SALE:   A large lot of cycling componants for sale, Rolf, Campagnolo, Adidas etc posted by david on 7/11/2008 at 6:55:15 PM
do u still have the black brooks professional with titanium rails available?
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           Ale Inox in Natural Alloy/ Medium posted by Nick Skaggs on 1/16/2009 at 11:25:21 PM
I have been searching for ALE Inox toe clips for almost a year now!

I decided to google "ale inox" again today after a lot of duds.

Please, please, please e-mail me back about these at
thornslegacy2001@yahoo.com!

Please!

Thank you SO MUCH for your time,

Nick Skaggs

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           Ale Inox in Natural Alloy/ Medium posted by Nick Skaggs on 1/16/2009 at 11:25:41 PM
I have been searching for ALE Inox toe clips for almost a year now!

I decided to google "ale inox" again today after a lot of duds.

Please, please, please e-mail me back about these at
thornslegacy2001@yahoo.com!

Please!

Thank you SO MUCH for your time,

Nick Skaggs

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           RE:FOR SALE:   A large lot of cycling componants for sale, Rolf, Campagnolo, Adidas etc posted by Mark Dziuba on 1/29/2010 at 8:06:29 AM
Hi, do you still have any Brooks B5N saddles for sale? Thanks, Mark
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FOR SALE:   1964 Schwinn Paramount unrestored and complete posted by: Peter Naiman on 1/11/2008 at 1:19:49 PM
I've got my 1964 Schwinn Paramount for sale on Ebay if anyone wants to look. She's complete, original and top condition for a bike of this vintage. The sale is at Item number: 320205726837


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           RE:FOR SALE:   1964 Schwinn Paramount unrestored and complete posted by david on 3/15/2008 at 3:40:35 PM
i sold a 1961 brown paramount for 1500 dollars last year to a guy in las vegas nevada he was quite happy with his purchase i did buy it now or make offer on e-bay
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AGE / VALUE:   Pogliaghi posted by: Lynn on 1/10/2008 at 8:50:53 AM
I have a vintage (early 70's I think) Pogliaghi bicycle 62" in mint condition. I would like to know where to sell and how much it may be worth. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.
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           RE:AGE / VALUE:   Pogliaghi posted by David on 1/18/2008 at 7:46:15 AM
After soliciting offers here, Lynn has put the bike on ebay with a start of $3500!!!
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           RE:AGE / VALUE:   Pogliaghi posted by Jim on 3/30/2009 at 11:32:31 AM
Any idea on the value of this Pogliaghi serial number 9759. I am no longer riding on the roads.

Thanks! Jim
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           RE:AGE / VALUE:   Pogliaghi posted by wayne on 5/9/2011 at 6:37:38 AM
I have a near mint Pogliaghi columbus SL. Not sure of the year but the serial number is 9082. It also has shimano 600 and 150 componets. I picked this bike up from a friend, just curious of the value/collectability of this bike. Thanks.
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           RE:AGE / VALUE:   Pogliaghi posted by David on 5/9/2011 at 7:17:37 AM
I can't help you w/serial numbers. (Does it mean anything anyway?) Pogs have a devoted following and one made of SL is a high-end one.
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           RE:AGE / VALUE:   Pogliaghi posted by David on 5/11/2011 at 6:13:33 AM
(Diff David from the sale announcer) I don't see a Pog matching Lynn's description on ebay. There's a "NOS" one in Germany with an offer to sell at $4K, but the hopeful seller will consider any offer; it's not actually at auction. There's another one offered at "only" one grand that isn't moving either. A bike coveted by old-bike enthusiasts is not necessarily a gold mine!

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