| I bought this CCM trycicle for my daughter from a thrift store in the area. It was really rusted and needed some work, It has cobwebs on it, so I am guessing it was in someones garage, or basement for a while. We have since polished the handle bars and mud guard on it. It is obvious at one time it did have front basket. The picture is a bit blurry but hopefully it will help. Anymore questions please ask and I will do my best to answer them. It does not have a serial number that I can find..|
this pic also make one of the tires look flat, but it is not, they are the hard rubber type wheels.
Also if anyone knows where I can find decals as I am trying to make it as origonal as possible for my daughter, thanks.
| Late 60's/early 70's...Banana seat gives it away. Decals are really impossible to find. Paint it and let her go.|
One warning, those big wheel trikes can really fly so encourage her to be careful.
But you knew that already...you're a mom.
| Lenton sold!|
| I'm thinking of selling complete for $1200 can someone please give me a valuation,original finish but needs a respray chater lea hubset,allez cranks alloy cotterpin crank design.reynolds 531 frame,green finish,original stickers,reynolds twin bolt stem,alumlite wheel rims.23" frame.4 speed freewheel,olympic rear mech.twcbccc(at)yahoo.com|
| Got old Moto out of barn last week...did not realize quality of ride...80's Mirage with Sronglight cranks..when turned over saw Vitus Modele Depose on BB...what level vitus were these? It rides real smooth...but lugs are internal..says Motolite on seattube...Suntour gears...I intend to restore now...any info?|
| The Mirage is a nice bike. Here's a mid '80's catalog.|
| Thanks Dave for the info.....am enjoying the Mirage..very solid, easy shifting ride|
I own a 1985 CBT Italia, which I would like to restore. Can someone help identify the correct decals for my bike? Thanks in advance.