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Old 10-05-2020, 08:41 AM
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that is a very handsome bike at a very fair price. i think the quill adapter is a little janky looking, but otherwise i bet that is a very nice riding machine.
Coincidentally, I just received a NOS spare techno-gym team bike from Italy. Same color. Neuron tubes, fillet brazed headtube, lugged bb and seat tube. The glossy dark blue looks really nice in person. The price on the one listed here is crazy. I paid more for my frame alone.
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Old 10-05-2020, 03:20 PM
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Carbon Landshark 55cm

No connection, just happened to come across this. Asking $1,500

https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/...208637896.html

C-C: 55cm ETT: 55cmm

The frame is in great condition. No noticeable scratches or dings to the overcoat. Components are in good condition. Use is noticeable in the decals on the wheels. Brake track has plenty of life. Tires need to be replaced. I have an extra pair if wanted.

Components include:
-Campagnolo Racing T Triple Crankset 170mm. 50-40-30
-Campagnolo Record Ti Front Derailleur
-Unlabeled Campagnolo Rear Derailleur (looks like a chorus)
-Campagnolo 10 Sp. Cassette 10-28
-Campagnolo Record 10 Sp. Brifters
-Campagnolo Record Bottom Bracket
-FSA Carbon Headset
-Ritchey Alloy Stem
-Ritchey Carbon Handlebars ~40 hood to hood
-Easton EA50 Alloy Stem
-Spyder Twin Tail Saddle
-Campagnolo Zona Rear Wheel 21H w/ G3 Lacing, Unlabeled Campagnolo Hub, and Worn Michelin Tire
-Campagnolo Zona Front Wheel 16H w/ Radial Lacing, Unlabeled Campagnolo Hub, and Worn Michelin Tire

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Old 10-05-2020, 03:47 PM
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/Carl-Strong...EAAOSwH21fUrg~

1000$
Carl strong Titanium 60cm TT for tallish folks
Pretty cool bike!

Titanium Carl Strong Frameset Alpha Q Ti Extralite Headset EXCELLENT CONDITION!

Beautiful Carl Strong Titanium Road Frameset with one of the best welds in the industry. Titanium Frame comes with Alpha Q carbon fork with Titanium steer tube and Extralite Headset. A few light marks but in Excellent Condition.
Very comfortable and Excellent at everything in Climbing, Descending, Handling, and Sprinting. Carl Strong is one of the best at Ti welds in the industry. Frame is built with Reynolds double butted titanium and a new Strong Ti Frames goes for over $3000!

Link: https://www.strongframes.com/frames-and-pricing/road/

SPECS:

FRAME: Carl Strong titanium
FORK: Alpha Q with Ti Steer
HEADSET: Extralite
SEAT TUBE: 59cm ctt
TOP TUBE: 60cm ctc
HEAD TUBE: 15.5cm
STEER TUBE: 225mm
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Old 10-05-2020, 05:13 PM
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333 FAB road bike

Still at 2k with 20 minutes left

https://www.ebay.com/itm/333fab-Iso-...0AAOSwumNfck32
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Old 10-05-2020, 08:17 PM
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Masi - $1,300

Masi - $1,300
https://portland.craigslist.org/nco/...206095226.html
1972 Faliero Masi Gran Criterium in excellent condition. Final assembly most likely by the Master himself. All Campo equipped except for Cinelli handlebars /stem ,Phil Wood hubs and Mavic G40 rims. Repainted dark metallic. Can be seen at Bikes and Beyond in Astoria. Email this posting with questions.
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Old 10-06-2020, 12:52 PM
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Any idea what a bike like this is worth?

De Rosa Giro d'Italia 57cm


Columbus EL-OS tubing
Full Ultegra 8000 group
Ultralite brakes
He'd tubeless wheels
Carbon FSA seatpost
Carbon FSA bars
Fizik bar tape
Velo Orange stem
Campagnolo headset
Seller Regal titanium saddle
Pirelli Cinturato tubeless tires

There is an unnoticeable ding on the non drive side toptube. You literally can't see it but I wanted to mention it anyway

https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/...202499594.html


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Old 10-06-2020, 12:55 PM
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Waterford ST-22 60cm Road Bike in excellent condition. Paid nearly $4,000 for this bike. Features:

Ultegra components throughout
Beautiful cinnamon orange finish
10spd 11-36 cassette
Brooks saddle with titanium rails
Honjo fenders
Nitto rear rack
Continental GP tires tires - 700X28c

https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/...202065013.html


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Old 10-06-2020, 02:03 PM
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Any idea what a bike like this is worth?

De Rosa Giro d'Italia 57cm

Columbus EL-OS tubing


https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/...202499594.html
Cool bike! It's interesting that this has the webbed BB shell like the Primato. I had an EL-OS tubed Giro d'Italia as well and it didn't have the webbed shell (which is one of the things that I really liked about it aesthetically). Unfortunately, the bike was too small and it was re-homed to a forumite in WY.

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Old 10-06-2020, 03:08 PM
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Hand Built Peter Mooney Road Bike - Seattle

Hand Built Peter Mooney Road Bike - $1,100 (Seller will accept $895)Seattle
https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...206996690.html
Nice hand built steel bicycle.
Runs good. Casually used over the past 10 years. Could be enjoyed as is or updated. Feel free to contact me for further information on dimensions.
-Hubs, Front/Rear Derailleur, Crankset, and BB are Campagnolo Record.
-Stem and bars are Cinelli
-Brakes have been updated to a more modern set of Campagnolo Record brakes.
-Original Campagnolo pedals included. ---Original Campagnolo seat post OR shown Thompson included, your choice.
-Seat NOT included.

http://www.peter-mooney.com/
Two more peter Mooneys listed here https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/bi...205156609.html

Two Peter Mooney Custom Steel bikes $2500 and $1400. Both are hand built custom lugged steel, approximate size 57cm with a slightly shorter top tube than stock build. Cranks are 72 1/2 mm Top tubes center to center are 55cm. Standover heights are 81cm and 80 1/2 cm

Bike 1 - $2500
High end build- Shimano Dura-Ace 10 speed components with compact double crank, carbon fork, Chris King headset, high end Mavic wheels with carbon fiber spokes, Dura-Ace 7900 road pedals. The bike was with high end tubing and tight geometry being built for performance and used only 3 years. It is in pristine condition and looks as new.

Bike 2 - $1400
Similar geometry to Bike 1 but less focus on performance. Older bike with near total upgrade by Belmont Wheelworks in 2014 and then used for only 6 months. New components include Shimano Ultegra 10 speed drivetrain with compact crank, shifters and derailleurs. New bottom bracket, Chris King headset, Mavic Ksyrium wheels, stem, seatpost, handlebars, tires and chain. Pretty much everything is new except for the frame, the dura-ace brake calipers which were replaced in an earlier upgrade and the pedals. The frame was sprayed with frame saver while stripped down

Have some extra components and accessories such as cassettes, tires, pumps, shoes, etc that are also available

1st 4 images are of bike 2, remaining images are of bike 1
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Old 10-06-2020, 03:39 PM
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Cool bike! It's interesting that this has the webbed BB shell like the Primato. I had an EL-OS tubed Giro d'Italia as well and it didn't have the webbed shell (which is one of the things that I really liked about it aesthetically). Unfortunately, the bike was too small and it was re-homed to a forumite in WY.

Texbike
Super interesting bike.....but no price listed? De Rosa did make the Giro d'Italia with EL-OS, diamante stays and webbed BB, but IIRC, they don't have BB stiffening tangs. This one also has a different fork and not the classic flat-crown that came on the Primato. Looks to me like a repaint too.

Probably a very nice ride nonetheless and nice modern build.....would love to know the price.
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Old 10-06-2020, 04:27 PM
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Serotta Legend Ti Road Bike w/ Dura Ace Gruppo - $3,950

Serotta Legend Ti Road Bike w/ Dura Ace Gruppo - $3,950

https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/...207329770.html

Serotta Legend Ti Road Bike - One-of-a-kind road bike in like new condition. Beautifully put together with top of the line parts and hand-built wheels. If you know bikes, you will know what a steal this is.

◦ Custom TI TIG-welded 3/2.5 titanium frame

◦ 60cm frame (center to center), 60.5cm top tube

◦ Custom 6/4 titanium vertical dropouts

◦ 73.5 degree head angle / 73 degree seat angle (agile in corners, but steady and stable for long rides)

◦ Custom Serotta Carbon F-1 fork with chromoly steel steerer tube

◦ Complete Shimano DURA ACE 8spd gruppo, 130mm dropout spacing (even seatpost)

◦ Shimano DURA ACE 102mm sealed cartridge bottom bracket (narrow Q)

◦ Sleek Deda aluminum quill-type stem

◦ Deda 44cm aluminum drop handlebars

◦ Hand-built wheelset with Mavic CXP-12 32-hole aluminum rims, Shiman DURA ACE hubset, with double-butted DT Swiss spokes in cross 3 pattern

◦ DURA ACE 53Bx39 front chainring, 12x21 rearcog set, 175mm crankset

◦ DURA ACE front / rear derailleur, brake set, threaded headset

◦ Titanium bottle cages

◦ Low maintenance frame (use Brillo pad to buff out scratches)

Sacrifice-priced at $3950. Local sales only. Cash only.
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Old 10-06-2020, 04:46 PM
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Pair of his/her waterford road bikes - $1,500

PAIR OF HIS/HER WATERFORD ROAD BIKES - $1,500
https://hudsonvalley.craigslist.org/...204531902.html

Waterford Road Bikes are well known for being among the highest quality and best riding bikes in the world...and they are made in Wisconsin. These two have the series RS-11 frames (Road Sport), have been used very sparingly over the years, but have been updated and maintained in an almost-new condition with new seats, tires, handlebars and pedals. Included with these bikes is a dual bike stand for easy and safe storage.
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Old 10-06-2020, 04:52 PM
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Vintage Italian Steel Racing Bikes- Ciocc, Masi, Colnago - $1,500 each

I am selling three collectible Italian Steel Racing Bikes

1) 1980 Colnago Super- Columbus SL, Campagnolo Nouvo Record
2) 1988 Masi Gran Criterium- Columbus SL, Campagnolo Chorus, built by Mondonico
3) 1985 Ciocc Designer 84- Columbus SL, Shimano Sante

https://newyork.craigslist.org/jsy/b...203213991.html
They are all in near mint condition with the Masi being a NOS frame and fork.
All but the Ciocc have been built up with period correct Campagnolo components.

The Ciocc has a rare Shimano Sante group on it. You would be hard pressed to find better examples of classic Italian steel road bikes. They all ride and look like new!

$1500 each

I also have 1 more larger racing bikes I am selling:


2) Bridgestone RB-1 Shimano 600 Tri-color.....58cm
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Old 10-06-2020, 04:59 PM
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MERLIN RSR TITANIUM 57cm Frame - $900

MERLIN RSR TITANIUM 57cm Frame - $900

Beautiful, low mileage, and very well taken care of.

56.5cm top tube c/c

https://jerseyshore.craigslist.org/b...203094174.html
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Old 10-06-2020, 06:24 PM
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Super interesting bike.....but no price listed? De Rosa did make the Giro d'Italia with EL-OS, diamante stays and webbed BB, but IIRC, they don't have BB stiffening tangs. This one also has a different fork and not the classic flat-crown that came on the Primato. Looks to me like a repaint too.

Probably a very nice ride nonetheless and nice modern build.....would love to know the price.
$1699 OBO= 22.5 top tube. Info from seller. It might fit me and I always wanted an EL-OS something. Looks like a repaint to me as well and more than I would pay for it. $1699 sounds like the $$ you would make on a part out but I could be wrong as often happens.
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