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Old 01-11-2019, 02:40 PM
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I kind of fell in love with Clean's new CSI and have been looking for something one size up. I would prefer a steel fork however.
You need bigger than a 62L ?? Not that mine is for sale...not yet anyway... ha ha.
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Old 01-11-2019, 02:49 PM
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You need bigger than a 62L ?? Not that mine is for sale...not yet anyway... ha ha.
I really need a 62cm TT as my recent BMC road purchase has confirmed. The '96 Serotta catalog has your 62L CSI's TT at 61cm with a 73° STA. The '98 & '99 catalogs has the 62 (no L's) with a TT of 62cm and the same 73° STA, that would be prefect, but subsequent years appear to reduce the TT to 60cm. The ebay 64 I linked to above must be a custom.

I think I'll hold out for a '98 or '99 62 Hors Categorie. I'm sure one will show up any time now.

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Old 01-11-2019, 02:54 PM
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I really need a 62cm TT as my recent BMC road purchase has confirmed. The '96 Serotta catalog has your 62L CSI's TT at 61cm with a 73° STA. The '98 & '99 catalogs has the 62 (no L's) with a TT of 62cm and the same 73° STA, that would be prefect, but subsequent years appear to reduce the TT to 60cm. The ebay 64 I linked to above must be a custom.



I think I'll hold out for a '98 or '99 62 Hors Categorie. I'm sure one will show up any time now.
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Old 01-11-2019, 02:55 PM
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I really need a 62cm TT as my recent BMC road purchase has confirmed. The '96 Serotta catalog has your 62L CSI's TT at 61cm with a 73° STA. The '98 & '99 catalogs has the 62 (no L's) with a TT of 62cm and the same 73° STA, that would be prefect, but subsequent years appear to reduce the TT to 60cm. The ebay 64 I linked to above must be a custom.

I think I'll hold out for a '98 or '99 62 Hors Categorie. I'm sure one will show up any time now.
I called dibs on the next 62 HC about 4,000 posts ago.
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Old 01-11-2019, 02:57 PM
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I called dibs on the next 62 HC about 4,000 posts ago.
Ouch, bubble bursted.
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Old 01-11-2019, 03:14 PM
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I called dibs on the next 62 HC about 4,000 posts ago.
I'll just pay for a short-term rental. Riding a DKS is on my bucket-list.

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Old 01-18-2019, 01:02 AM
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Anyone need an XXL trainer bike or winter/rain bike?

https://slo.craigslist.org/bik/d/san...793158345.html

62x60.5cm Specialized Allez, south of SLO CA, only $130 for the complete bike.
Aluminum frame, Tiagra, generic wheels/cockpit/etc.

I could facilitate if needed.
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Old 01-18-2019, 09:25 AM
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I think I'll hold out for a '98 or '99 62 Hors Categorie. I'm sure one will show up any time now.
The list of hunters for one of those is long indeed. My particular Eleanor would be a slightly later edition; sloping top tube, 1.125 fork, HC (did they offer DKS on the Ottrott at any point?). I'm pretty sure I saw a 58 once, but it went by so fast...

I might even sign an N=1 agreement with the CFO for that.
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Old 01-19-2019, 07:10 PM
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Over on Pinkbike, a 62.5x62 custom Curtlo with S3 steel:

https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/1868407/

CURTLO Cycles "handmade" Custom ROAD S3 Bike

18 pounds without pedals

-True Temper S3 Tubing
-Alpha Q Sub 3 Carbon Fork
-Velomax Tempest II Wheelset
-Sram Apex Compact Crankset
-Sram Rival Shifters, Front Derailleur
-Sram XX Rear Derailleur
-Sram XX 12-32 Cassette
-Continental Gatorskin 700 x 23c Tires
-Thomson Elite Seatpost
-Fizik Arione Saddle
-Ritchey Pro Handlebar 46cm

Geometry:
-seat tube 62.5 c-top
-top tube 62cm
-top tube slope 4.25 deg
-seat angle 72.75 deg
-head angle 73 deg
-head tube 21.6cm
-chain stays 41.9cm
-BB drop 7cm

$1500, Winthrop WA
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Old 01-19-2019, 09:51 PM
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The list of hunters for one of those is long indeed. My particular Eleanor would be a slightly later edition; sloping top tube, 1.125 fork, HC (did they offer DKS on the Ottrott at any point?). I'm pretty sure I saw a 58 once, but it went by so fast...

I might even sign an N=1 agreement with the CFO for that.
I've seen an Ottrott with a DKS rear. Serotta also offered a Legend DKS in 2003 which had a sloping top tube.
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Old 01-20-2019, 10:00 AM
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Over on Pinkbike, a 62.5x62 custom Curtlo with S3 steel:

https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/1868407/

CURTLO Cycles "handmade" Custom ROAD S3 Bike

18 pounds without pedals

-True Temper S3 Tubing
-Alpha Q Sub 3 Carbon Fork
-Velomax Tempest II Wheelset
-Sram Apex Compact Crankset
-Sram Rival Shifters, Front Derailleur
-Sram XX Rear Derailleur
-Sram XX 12-32 Cassette
-Continental Gatorskin 700 x 23c Tires
-Thomson Elite Seatpost
-Fizik Arione Saddle
-Ritchey Pro Handlebar 46cm

Geometry:
-seat tube 62.5 c-top
-top tube 62cm
-top tube slope 4.25 deg
-seat angle 72.75 deg
-head angle 73 deg
-head tube 21.6cm
-chain stays 41.9cm
-BB drop 7cm

$1500, Winthrop WA
thanks for posting. has the top tube i am looking for sent an email to the seller with questions.
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Old 01-20-2019, 10:39 AM
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I saw that a while back and almost sent it your way.. it's a pretty bike for sure.
I think this went across ebay a few months back.
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Old 01-25-2019, 10:00 AM
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Over on Pinkbike, a 62.5x62 custom Curtlo with S3 steel:

https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/1868407/

CURTLO Cycles "handmade" Custom ROAD S3 Bike

18 pounds without pedals

-True Temper S3 Tubing
-Alpha Q Sub 3 Carbon Fork
-Velomax Tempest II Wheelset
-Sram Apex Compact Crankset
-Sram Rival Shifters, Front Derailleur
-Sram XX Rear Derailleur
-Sram XX 12-32 Cassette
-Continental Gatorskin 700 x 23c Tires
-Thomson Elite Seatpost
-Fizik Arione Saddle
-Ritchey Pro Handlebar 46cm

Geometry:
-seat tube 62.5 c-top
-top tube 62cm
-top tube slope 4.25 deg
-seat angle 72.75 deg
-head angle 73 deg
-head tube 21.6cm
-chain stays 41.9cm
-BB drop 7cm

$1500, Winthrop WA
i've been in contact with the seller who is doug curtiss at curtlo cycles. this is his personal bike. built with true temper s3 os tubing. i really think it is a great bike. unfortunately with my weight of about 225 +/- i am just concerned that i am a too heavy for it. doug weighs 190. from what i gather doug is an exceptional builder as others on the forum have stated. someone is going to get a rare geometry basically 62 X 62 bike. just wish it were me. oh and tire clearance of rear is 28 and 25 on the fork.

https://www.curtlo.com/contactus.html
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Old 01-25-2019, 11:14 AM
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Did you talk about tire clearance? 32s I'm guessing are unlikely.
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Old 01-25-2019, 12:19 PM
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Did you talk about tire clearance? 32s I'm guessing are unlikely.
oh and tire clearance of rear 28 and of 25 on the fork.
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