VINTAGE LIGHTWEIGHTS:   Spare part for Shimano 600 ex rear derilleur posted by: Anders on 5/7/2006 at 4:15:05 PM
Anyone that can give me a tip on where to fina the little bolt that holds the lowest pulley in the 600 ex Arabeque rear derilleur? The bolt is parially shaped like a halfmoon and holds the cage at the same time as the pulley.
The threads on my bolt just gave up...

AGE / VALUE:   80s Fuji Supreme Update posted by: Roy on 5/6/2006 at 9:14:41 PM
Posted last month about finding an old Fuji Supreme. Mid 80s . Repacked all the bearings, new cables, Nitto drop bars, proper seat, and lots and lots of cleaning. Basically tore it down to the frame. First ride today, went pretty well until the rear derailluer cable came loose. Must have installed it when I was half dead tired from work. Other then that, was fine.


VINTAGE LIGHTWEIGHTS:   Rossi Road Bike posted by: Ubaldo on 5/6/2006 at 9:19:20 PM
I just picked up a Vintage "ROSSI" Italian Hand Made road bike
Campy groupo, Modolo gold brakeset,
Any Idea of Value?

   RE:VINTAGE LIGHTWEIGHTS:   Rossi Road Bike posted by Ubaldo on 5/6/2006 at 9:26:54 PM
I also have a Bianchi world record 1987 colorado springs, and a Fiori Wild colored Napoli all shimano 105.

Love vintage Bikes, preference Italian.


MISC:   Suteki posted by: Spike on 5/6/2006 at 2:52:22 PM
Picked up a Suteki womans bike lots of alloy parts fairly light.Paint is fair at best, rest seems good.I no nothing about Suteki.Can anyone shed some light on this.Maybe I should keep the parts and retire the rest?

VINTAGE LIGHTWEIGHTS:   Viner bike posted by: richard garrett on 5/4/2006 at 7:04:55 PM
Hi There!
I am looking for info on a pale green Viner Professional road bike, with full campy NR parts group with SR front and rear derailleurs and cinelli bar/steam. w/ brooks pro saddle and sow up rims.
campy groupo in very nice shape
Frame has some lose to the decals and points of surfaces rust on chain stays and at bb tubs, overall thought this bike is in very nice shape.
My bike is very rideable and is coming out of the shop Friday after a complete tune up. I am hoping for my first ride this week end. I recently found this bike in a basement for $20.00 and am fixing it up as a present to my self for quitting smoking
(Think God for 9 Mouth sober) so this bike is Very special to me. Can you help with info on the age, Manufacture background and value.
Thanks for any info!
Rich Garrett

    Viner bike posted by John E on 5/4/2006 at 8:36:23 PM
Nice bike, great find! Check the Campag. cranks and derailleurs for date codes and let us know what you find. Assuming original equipment, the number of cogs on the freewheel / freehub can also help narrow down the age estimate a bit.

   RE:VINTAGE LIGHTWEIGHTS:   Viner bike posted by John Metz on 5/8/2006 at 11:16:07 AM
Congrats on quiting smoking!!!!!! Things will taste and smell better shortly. I don't smoke but my wife did and quit. Its hard to do and I'm proud of her.

Cycle on!

   RE:VINTAGE LIGHTWEIGHTS: Viner bike posted by Warren on 5/10/2006 at 10:04:45 PM
I believe Mr Viner was a canadian road racer in the late 60s and 70's and was producing classic professional frames throught the early and mid-70's. I was looking at a 1974 model just the other day...beautiful.

   RE:VINTAGE LIGHTWEIGHTS: Viner bike posted by Toph D. on 5/30/2006 at 12:23:24 AM
Viviano Nerozzi (Viner) is the bike maker out Florance, Italy. The date codes would be the Patent Number on rear derailleur ex.1981. You have an awsome find and again congrats on quitting. Check out the link if you haven't already found it yourself. I have an 81 Viner with full campy group and thing just pounds climbs. Theses bikes are true eye catchers (do not let anyone convince you to sell).
keep it as orig. as you can. yeahhhhhhhhhhhh sick bike!!