N.B. Prices in CAD unless noted. You can knock off 20-25% for USD.
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60cmST x 56cmTTParlee Z1 10S Campagnolo Record $3500
standing condition Parlee size XL Z1 60cmST x 56cm TT
(note the unusually short top tube - 56cm - though this can be compensated for somewhat with a long stem.)
I would also sell just the frameset. $2200 CAD. if that's of interest message me. I would have to relist this as just the frameset.
59x58 (c-c) Litespeed Titanium by David Lynskey $1500 (frame $800)
Who doesn't love titanium. (I certainly don't don't.) This is a classic from the original David Lynksey era of Litespeed. Currently fitted with 8S Shimano 600.
Optional carbon fork available to replace the original aluminum fork. (+$200)
61ST x 58TT (c-c) Masi Team 3Volumetrica Frameset $1700; complete bike $2500
One of the most beautiful bikes I've ever owned. Tubing is a special oversize which is unusually welded OVER the lugs instead of under the lugs.
it is In near-mint condition.
as a complete bike it has an 8S Shimano 6400 groupset. Wheels are 600 hubs on Mavic rims (I'll confirm the rim model.)
A bit older (2012) but still a beautiful, featherweight and well equipped bike and in good condition. OCLV2 this is the H3 Geometry, now called "Endurance" for a more relaxed ride (see longer wheelbase below)
60 ST/58TT BH Team Liberty Seguros-Wurth with 10Spd Dura Ace $2000
Nice bike. Really nice bike. In fact it's my bike. Great wheels Mavic Ksyrium SL (this is where other sellers will scam you - with cheap, heavy wheels.) 8kg complete (including pedals), top of the line 10Speed Dura Ace components, built in Flight Deck computer (which even tells you what gear combination you are in - it's a bit spooky. though yea, you could just look down.)
I mean really what more do you want?
I don't want to sell it, but... I've got plenty of bikes to keep me rolling.
60cm (c-c) Pottie in Reynolds 753 $1250 (frame $550)
This frame was made by French regional artisan framebuilder Claude Pottie (as is one other I have). Pottie was similar to Mike Barry of Mariposa and Mike Mulholland of Cyclops - the Go To guy for local riders needing an excellent frame. This just as the major brands were coming to dominate the market.
This beautiful frame, with its garish period-correct paint job is a rare Reynolds 753 build, Builders had to prove their skill to Reynolds by submitting a test frame for testing, before they were certified and allowed to buy 753 tubing. It was that delicate.
Currently this is built up with 8S Campagnolo Record.
I would also sell just the frameset. $2200 CAD.
eff ST c-c 61cm
eff TT c-c 57cm
Stack: TBD Reach: TBD
groupset: 8Speed Campagnolo Chorus.
frameset only: $2000;
complete bike with 8S Campagbolo Chorus: $2800
62STx59.5TT Basso, Fior di Loto complete $1450 (frameset only $650)
eff ST c-c 62cm
eff TT c-c 59.5cm
Condition: good. some touched up scrapes to the back of the seattube.
Frameset (with HS and BB) $650 Complete (with 8speed Dura Ace 7401 groupset) $1450
61cmSTx57cmTT (c-c) Miyata 1000LT Touring $850CAD
She measures 61cmST c-cx57cmTT c-c (62 c-t, 63 to the seatpost insertion point.) originally had drop bars. These are Nitto touring bars. Can be swapped back to drops easily.
this is the real deal, the Cadillac of classic touring bikes, top of the Miyata touring lineup (1993).
1993, very good condition.
"Miyata 1000: Touring bike with splined, triple-butted Chromo tubing. Some report the 610 to be stiffer than the 1000. 1997 model had a mix of Shimano 600 and Deore XT parts (600 DT shifters, XT derailleurs). Noted bicycle authority Sheldon Brown called the Miyata 1000 "possibly the finest off-the-shelf touring bike available at the time". The 1000 was marketed in the U.S. from the late 1970s and marketed in North America until about 1993."
Brazeons for Front and rear racks and panniers.
Triple front chain ring (3x9) for easy climbing when necessary. 8S Ceore drive train with barend shifters.
currently setup with sweep back Nitto moustache touring bars. these could be converted back to drop bars easily.
1993 model (last year of production)
Drivetrain (cassette and chain) were recently replaced and updated to 3x9S
FD/RD: Deore DX 9speed
Cranks: Deore LX 175mm
Stem: Sakae 100mm
Bars: Nitto Model RM-016 Moustache or Drop bars TBD
Wheels: Deore hubs HB-M510 , Alex ATA99 rims
Brake levers: Tektro-style
S/N VA11196 (1993)