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Old 05-24-2019, 03:50 PM
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59cm Serotta Colorado Legend TG Frameset



400.00



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Item Condition: Used

Make: Serotta

Model: Colorado Legend TG

Frame Size: 59cm C-T ST, 59cm C-C TT

Frame Material: Custom Tapered steel tube set

Wheels: Takes a 700c Drivetrain: 100/130 spaced, BSA threaded BB

Brakes: Takes recessed mount calipers

Item Number: 206700





https://sellwoodcycle.com/collection...nd-tg-frameset
Good folks there - and they will ship, just call and ask for Gram...

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Old 05-24-2019, 04:00 PM
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Sellwood also has this 61cm (58cm TT) Waterford touring complete with 11 speed 105, Paul cantis, CK headset, Phil rear/SON dynamo front hubs, and Salsa quill for $950. Pretty swag.

https://sellwoodcycle.com/collection...custom-touring

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Old 05-24-2019, 04:26 PM
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https://boulder.craigslist.org/bik/d...896067809.html

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Old 05-24-2019, 05:57 PM
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Pinarello Paris Frameset - $600 (New)

https://sandiego.craigslist.org/csd/...896328519.html

100% authentic
New, never built
Size 51cm (53.5cm top tube)


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Old 05-24-2019, 06:05 PM
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Sellwood also has this 61cm (58cm TT) Waterford touring complete with 11 speed 105, Paul cantis, CK headset, Phil rear/SON dynamo front hubs, and Salsa quill for $950. Pretty swag.

https://sellwoodcycle.com/collection...custom-touring

Have scoped that one in person and would have bought it for the wheels and brakes, but it's 135mm out back...

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Old 05-24-2019, 10:22 PM
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58 CM moots with ti post/stem. Seems like a good deal to me.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Moots-Vamoo...MAAOSwnYdc6HUJ
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Old 05-25-2019, 01:01 PM
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Tallerico Steel. $3,100.

Tallerico has a great reputation. Great components. But, um, the geo is a little unusual...

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/bik...896893051.html
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Old 05-25-2019, 01:48 PM
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PSA Ridden 10 times Excellent Waterford 2200 58cm Dura Ace Road Bike - $1500

Excellent Waterford 2200 58cm Dura Ace Road Bike - $1500
Excellent Condition Waterford 2200 58cm Road Bike
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bik...891874487.html

I built this bike up in 2000 when I got my first professional job. I had been working in bicycle shops working on bicycles that I couldn't afford to own during most of my 20's. I always wanted an American made lugged steel road bike and I made it happen. The bike is fantastic but sadly it never got ridden much at all. Between illness and the fact that I'm really a mountain biker at heart the bike has spent it's like hanging on a hook in storage. It's probably only been out a couple dozen times on some casual rides. It still has original brake pads which show little signs of wear. I keep saying I'm gonna ride it but after nearly 2 decades it's clear that isn't the case. Oh, and I have another one with an Ultegra group if I ever get the desire to go for a road ride.

If you're ~6ft tall and looking for a classic steel road bike this is the bike. It's lightweight, super high quality and has the highest quality components that could be purchased at the time. The frame is hand made in the USA by Waterford (the people that built the Schwinn Paramonts) using oversized Reynolds 853 steel tubing. Unlike the carbon fiber reinforced epoxy frames that are oh so popular today, this frame will last forever!

Info from Waterford:
Frame:
Our road racing frameset represents over two decades of technological advances and careful refinements. This design balances the need for minimum weight with maximum stiffness and rider comfort while offering the rider highly responsive handling and superb fit. We call it Gestalt Design - design to enhance every aspect of the rider's experience - design to completely serve the rider.
Tubing:
One secret to Waterford's great ride is our unique tube-set engineering. We offer three different alloys depending on the model - Reynolds 531 for the Model 1100, Reynolds 753 for the 1200 and Reynolds 853 for the 2200. Beyond the materials is the engineering we put into each tube: •Special oversized diameter tubing, including chainstays as well as main tubes, increases tubing stiffness while reducing weight. Flaring the seatmast at the bottom bracket adds stiffness where it has the maximum impact on pedaling efficiency.
•Round cross-section tubing without bends offers the highest possible strength to weight ratio.
•Waterford's unique short-butt design eliminates any unnecessary weight while assuring strength near the lugs - precisely where it is needed.
•Waterford specifies different tube thicknesses for different sizes of frame, allowing bigger riders the stiffness they need and smaller riders the comfort they want.

Geometries:
Our geometry integrates the structural features to produce an unparalleled ride:
•Our head angle/fork rake combinations assure responsive steering without twitchiness.
•By varying the seat angle with size we maintain proper weight distribution over a wide range of sizes.
•By lowering the bottom bracket position from its traditional location we provide a more stable ride while taking advantage of the extra ground clearance provided by clipless pedals.
•Rear dropouts are spread to 130mm to fit the most up-to-date high-performance component groups.

Fork:
Our forks enjoy the same care and attention to our riders' needs as do our frames.
•The 2200 forks come with a Henry James investment cast fork crown offers a whose elegant design minimizes weight while offering exceptionally responsive steering.
•Custom-engineered Reynolds 531 constant wall thickness fork blades as well as our special fork rake offer excellent shock damping.
•The 2200 receive the Henry James stainless steel dropouts.

Size: 58cm Wheel: 700c Top Tube: 570mm Head Angle: 74 ° Seat Angle: 73 ° Chainstay: 410mm Rake: 40mm Trail: 55mm BB Drop: 70mm Wheelbase: 985mm Stand-over height: 820mm
Note: Bike does not include pedals (unless you really, really want them in which case we'll work something out).
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Old 05-25-2019, 02:01 PM
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I still have for sale

1. 1985 SCHWINN PARAMOUNT 58 cm - $1875
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik...872045267.html
2.SANCINETO 59cm CAMPAGNOLO CHORUS NEW - $2175 Walnut Creek

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...897271139.html
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Old 05-26-2019, 10:40 AM
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Tallerico has a great reputation. Great components. But, um, the geo is a little unusual...

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/bik...896893051.html
I ride a 49, but maybe if I lowered the saddle?
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Old 05-26-2019, 10:49 AM
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I ride a 49, but maybe if I lowered the saddle?
I don't think that thing fits in a travel case, even with the couplers.
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Old 05-26-2019, 10:51 AM
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Tallerico has a great reputation. Great components. But, um, the geo is a little unusual...

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/bik...896893051.html
Hahaha that is the ugliest bike I've ever seen
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Old 05-26-2019, 11:53 AM
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RED PSA Pristine RED 3Rensho 59cm - $1050

Pristine 3Rensho 59cm - $1050
Showroom quality 3Rensho. I am not sure which model this is, I'm thinking "Athlete" with offset fork. Most 3Renshos have a plethora of decals, this one does not; just a few, tastefully done with multiple clear coats resulting in the tactile decal-flush-to-paint feel. This must be a re-paint, since there are so few decals. If so, the paint is impeccably done without any of the 'big name' signatures in bicycle painting (Joe Bell, Cyclart, D&D Cycles, e.g.)

Deep, sparkly, luscious, red paint--photos can't capture how nice the finish is!

59cm ctt seat tube, 57 ctc top tube, 33-3/8" stand over. (Hard to find large 3Renshos).

Pristine SunTour Sprint 9000 group throughout, save the Tange Falcon headset. (I thought I had the pedals, too, but can't seem to find them. Unless I can find them, no pedals with sale.)

Nitto stem (10cm) and bars (42cm).

Mid-eighties vintage. Accushift or friction shifting.

Araya red label clincher rims laced to SunTour Sprint hubs. Round and true.

Serial # 8376894. (If anyone can decipher the year and model from this, lemme know, please)

$1050.

Location: Petaluma, San Francisco, points in between.
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/bik...896571369.html
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Old 05-26-2019, 12:26 PM
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I don't think that thing fits in a travel case, even with the couplers.
That was my thought initially, but I bet it does if you remove the fork, which may need to be packed separately.
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Old 05-26-2019, 01:22 PM
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I don't think that thing fits in a travel case, even with the couplers.
Needs a head tube coupler.
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