FOR SALE:   60's Batavus Champion posted by: Shannon Reynolds on 6/6/2006 at 8:19:29 PM
I have for sale what I believe to be a 60's Batavus Champion. Is is labeled made in Holland and several parts are labeled made in France. In the pictures below it is shown with the wrong parts installed but I have the originals at hand and they will be included. (The bike should be equipped with racing handlebars, stem, and seat, and clincher brakes.) The front wheel uses large wingnuts to hold the wheel on and the rear deraileur is a Hurret with round, smooth idlers. It is a large bike and rather nice I think. It could however use a good cleaning and polishing but there's years of use still left in it!

I am asking $85obo.


FOR SALE:   1972 Raleigh Parts posted by: Shannon Reynolds on 6/6/2006 at 8:04:52 PM
I have a 1972 woman's LTD - SC that I have parted out. It is a lugged frame and has a beautiful Herron headbadge. The headbadge is marked The Raleigh Nottingham England. The parts I have available are a Herron sprocket with complete three-piece crankset, cones, bearings, ect, pedals, original chain, handlebars, SC coaster brake hub and wheel with original tire.

If interested in any or all of these parts please contact me.


WANTED:   Full Chaincase posted by: Ed. L on 6/6/2006 at 3:47:55 PM
A long shot I know,but I'am looking for a full chain case for my 1958 Raleigh Sports. Please reply if you know of anyone who might have one for sale. The preferred color would be black,but I can work with any color available.
Thanks, Ed. L Norfolk VA USA.

WANTED:   For Trade posted by: Chris on 6/6/2006 at 2:51:32 PM
I own a 24.5 inch late 1970's Raleigh Competition GS which I would like to trade for a smaller Competition in comparable condition. The bike appears to be all original (Campy Gran Sport Components and Brooks Professional Saddle etc . . .)and rides very well. Pictures available upon request.
I am in and around Boston, MA.

WANTED:   Cannondale M500 crank assembly posted by: Tommy C. on 6/6/2006 at 2:03:04 AM
Looking for a crank assembly for a cannondale M500. The specs given on the cannondale website are "coda cf-1 22/32/44". Also could use a seat for the bike.