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Old 07-30-2021, 04:06 PM
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Seller has four great bike listed Classic Bianchi Super Leggera Road Bike - Campagnol

08/01/2021
Classic Bianchi Super Leggera Road Bike - Campagnolo - Brooks Saddle
https://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/...349326244.html
https://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/...344622347.html
https://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/...344623908.html
https://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/...355772414.html
Classic Bianchi Super Leggera Road Bike - Campagnolo - Brooks Saddle
Celeste green - Cinelli - Campagnolo Drop-Outs
About 56cm
...... $448 .. comes with original seat
Brooks Saddle(optional) extra
--- Serious buyers only ---
--- Willing to Part-Out -- Trade or Partial Trade + Cash..
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Old 07-30-2021, 06:43 PM
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I wanna say"Only in PDX" but that's not true probably.

I sooo wanna go grab this, But I like hen's teeth..


Make a smoothie or adult beverage while pedaling down the road! The one and only Original Fender Blender - great for summer events! Attaches directly to your back wheel - no rack necessary. Fill, pedal, drink!! We're back Portland!!

https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/...358311946.html

Never bonk again… in style!!
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Old 08-01-2021, 12:34 PM
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I wanna say"Only in PDX" but that's not true probably.

I sooo wanna go grab this, But I like hen's teeth..


Make a smoothie or adult beverage while pedaling down the road! The one and only Original Fender Blender - great for summer events! Attaches directly to your back wheel - no rack necessary. Fill, pedal, drink!! We're back Portland!!
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That is really cool. I forwarded to my PDX friends. I wanna see this in action!
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Old 08-01-2021, 04:47 PM
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Seattle Serotta's listed 08/01/2021

1. Serotta road bike 51cm, fits 5'4" - 5'7" - $790
https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...358693088.html

2. Serotta Club special road/track bike - $960
https://bellingham.craigslist.org/bi...331898435.html

3. 22'' Serotta Colorado II road bike - $1,250
https://bellingham.craigslist.org/bi...331885586.html

4.58.5cm Serotta CSI Custom Built Road Bike - $1,300
https://portland.craigslist.org/wsc/...349723883.html

5. Serotta Atlanta 62cm - $1,000
https://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/b...347065468.html
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Old 08-01-2021, 05:02 PM
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Restored early 80’s Eddy Merckx - $1,800

08/01/2021

Restored early 80’s Eddy Merckx - $1,800
Immaculately restored early 80’s Eddy Merckx 57.5cm frame with full Campagnolo super record group.

Frame was restored, repainted, and redecaled by Joe Bell, the best in the business. No chips, no scratches, excellent condition components and as close to a new bike from the early 80’s as you will find. The only non-original parts on the bike are the Brooks saddle and the Nitto handlebars. Original bars will come with the sale. This is a beautiful example of an early Merckx to add to your collection and it is very fairly priced for what the market is currently bearing.

The only thing I would be interested in on trade is a vintage Gibson or Martin dreadnaught guitar in excellent condition + cash.
https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...359014733.html
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Old 08-02-2021, 11:26 AM
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$2k

https://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/b...359453294.html



This is a custom-made JP Weigle steel road bike, rare and desirable among vintage road bike enthusiasts. It was customized for a friend-of-a-friend in Connecticut who asked me to help sell it because I work in the bicycle business.

JP Weigle no longer operates but custom-fabricated beautiful road bikes in Haddam, Connecticut, for a number of years. This one uses top-shelf Reynolds steel and very nice lugging to join the tubes.

Build is fully Campagnolo (7-speed drivetrain, with 53x42t crankset chainrings on 172.5mm arms), including headset, hubset, seat post, and brakeset. One of the wheels was rebuilt a few years ago using a Mavic rim, while the other uses the original Campy rim. This is the only imperfection in the build, in my opinion. Cosmetically the bike is superb with a very unique color scheme and very few imperfections.

The bike's original owner is about 6'2", and the bike would be appropriate for someone around 6'0" - 6'3" (182-191cm) in height. The frame's geometry is as follows:

Top Tube: 56.5cm
Seat Tube: 57.6cm
Head Tube: 171mm

Price is firm.

The bike is currently in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, and available for local pick-up. Can also be delivered to Northern New Jersey, South NY State, or Fairfield County or Litchfield County in Connecticut. Willing to ship for cost of shipping (via FedEx) after payment clears. Will be professionally packed to do so.
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Old 08-02-2021, 12:16 PM
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That is pretty cool. My only quibble is the swirl effect on the top tube. Wish they'd kept it solid blue or another solid.

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$2k

https://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/b...359453294.html



This is a custom-made JP Weigle steel road bike, rare and desirable among vintage road bike enthusiasts. It was customized for a friend-of-a-friend in Connecticut who asked me to help sell it because I work in the bicycle business.

JP Weigle no longer operates but custom-fabricated beautiful road bikes in Haddam, Connecticut, for a number of years. This one uses top-shelf Reynolds steel and very nice lugging to join the tubes.

Build is fully Campagnolo (7-speed drivetrain, with 53x42t crankset chainrings on 172.5mm arms), including headset, hubset, seat post, and brakeset. One of the wheels was rebuilt a few years ago using a Mavic rim, while the other uses the original Campy rim. This is the only imperfection in the build, in my opinion. Cosmetically the bike is superb with a very unique color scheme and very few imperfections.

The bike's original owner is about 6'2", and the bike would be appropriate for someone around 6'0" - 6'3" (182-191cm) in height. The frame's geometry is as follows:

Top Tube: 56.5cm
Seat Tube: 57.6cm
Head Tube: 171mm

Price is firm.

The bike is currently in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, and available for local pick-up. Can also be delivered to Northern New Jersey, South NY State, or Fairfield County or Litchfield County in Connecticut. Willing to ship for cost of shipping (via FedEx) after payment clears. Will be professionally packed to do so.
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Old 08-02-2021, 04:12 PM
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Stinner Mudfoot… someone jump on this and remove the temptation!!

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/164994558852


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Old 08-02-2021, 04:17 PM
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FWIW that Stinner sat in LA for weeks at $2500
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Old 08-02-2021, 05:17 PM
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1981 Handbuilt Road bike 56cm Strawberry Workshop $550 USD obo

1981 Handbuilt Road bike Strawberry Workshop
08/02.2021
Category: Vintage Bikes
Condition: Good
Original Post Date: Jul-21-2021 8:22:35
Last Repost Date: Jul-29-2021 11:37:31
Still For Sale: since 6 hours ago
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This is a vintage '80s (1981) lugged road bike built here in Portland in the Strawberry Workshop under the tutelage of Andy Newland by a well-known former US National Team racer. 56x56, Reynolds 531 tubing, Henry James lugs and BB shell, Campagnolo vertical dropouts. Big tire clearances, more of a touring than racing geometry. Built as many were in those days with a mix of components: Campy DT shifters, Shimano 600 cranks, Suntour derailleurs, Modolo brakes, Specialized hubs on 700C Campy Omega rims, true and very good brake tracks. Newer Cane Creek repro hoods. Very nice vintage San Marco Turbo saddle. Plenty of clearance for the Schwalbe 35C tires - this bike can handle anything from pavement to gravel - perfect l'Eroica bike. In good shape for a 40 year old bike, no dents, some scrapes and chips but very solid and not rusty.

Will ship via bikeflights and accept Paypal.

Make an offer.
Portland, OR


https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/3113037/

From my inquires about this bicycle
1. Charles,

I looked at this earlier today. It sounded like it was actually made by Andy Newlands or Mark DiNucci:

This is a vintage '80s (1981) lugged road bike built here in Portland in the Strawberry Workshop under the tutelage of Andy Newland by a well-known former US National Team racer.

The downtube decal reads (I think) "Arrendale Racing Cycles," so perhaps the builder's last name was Arrendale?

Skip Montanaro
Evanston IL USA
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craig austin <useyourdagger@gmail.com>
To:
Charles Nighbor

Mon, Aug 2 at 9:26 AM

Hey Charles, I got your message. The bike was built in the Strawberry workshop, but not by Andy - Glenn Sanders was the builder, and he's built a number of frames on his own under the Arrendale label (I think that was his mother's maiden name or something). I think you've commented on this bike before on Facebook.

If you're still interested, I can forward you a note from Glenn about the frame, and send picture if you let me know what you want to see. I posted all the photos I have handy on the Pinkbike site.

Craig
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Old 08-02-2021, 05:53 PM
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FWIW that Stinner sat in LA for weeks at $2500

Oh wow.. thanks for the heads up!


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Old 08-02-2021, 07:28 PM
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Stinner Mudfoot… someone jump on this and remove the temptation!!

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/164994558852


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Odd that it is on our illustrious northern neighbors Ebay site but ships from Kansas.
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Old 08-02-2021, 07:51 PM
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Oh my.

If anyone happens to want the parts and can facilitate shipping the frame I'd be keen. Long shot, I know; but, as much as I want it, it's not worth me buying complete - especially as I'd only strip it to rebuilt with other kit.
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Old 08-02-2021, 07:54 PM
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Odd that it is on our illustrious northern neighbors Ebay site but ships from Kansas.
Not really, just that the OP is from canada and that's the national ebay site that loads based on IP address.
Frame is also listed on US ebay:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/16499455885...8AAOSwoGJhBraW
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Old 08-02-2021, 08:30 PM
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I'm really close by to this and can facilitate if anyone is interested!
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$2k

https://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/b...359453294.html



This is a custom-made JP Weigle steel road bike, rare and desirable among vintage road bike enthusiasts. It was customized for a friend-of-a-friend in Connecticut who asked me to help sell it because I work in the bicycle business.

JP Weigle no longer operates but custom-fabricated beautiful road bikes in Haddam, Connecticut, for a number of years. This one uses top-shelf Reynolds steel and very nice lugging to join the tubes.

Build is fully Campagnolo (7-speed drivetrain, with 53x42t crankset chainrings on 172.5mm arms), including headset, hubset, seat post, and brakeset. One of the wheels was rebuilt a few years ago using a Mavic rim, while the other uses the original Campy rim. This is the only imperfection in the build, in my opinion. Cosmetically the bike is superb with a very unique color scheme and very few imperfections.

The bike's original owner is about 6'2", and the bike would be appropriate for someone around 6'0" - 6'3" (182-191cm) in height. The frame's geometry is as follows:

Top Tube: 56.5cm
Seat Tube: 57.6cm
Head Tube: 171mm

Price is firm.

The bike is currently in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, and available for local pick-up. Can also be delivered to Northern New Jersey, South NY State, or Fairfield County or Litchfield County in Connecticut. Willing to ship for cost of shipping (via FedEx) after payment clears. Will be professionally packed to do so.
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