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Raleigh USA M80United States1989Pre12/18/2018 07:36 AM
Raysport super corsaMexicovelogarden12/16/2018 08:08 PM
Moser SprintItaly1989Pre07/23/2018 12:42 PM
Berma ProfessionalItalyfhaas04/03/2018 09:24 PM
Fuji finestJapanvelogarden03/04/2018 06:07 PM
Cycles La Resistante LuxeFrancestedeu02/10/2018 12:04 PM
Peugeot PX10LEFrancesimplex5612/13/2017 01:57 PM
Vista CriteriumJapancinco07/09/2017 10:13 PM
Marinoni 1974 model!CanadaUsedbikesmontreal09/10/2016 12:16 AM
Marinoni Custom madeCanadaUsedbikesmontreal09/10/2016 12:13 AM
10 Newest Frame Models UpdatedRSS
Model NameCountryUpdated ByUpdated On
Raleigh USA M80United States1989Pre12/18/2018 07:36 AM
Raysport super corsaMexicovelogarden12/16/2018 08:08 PM
Centurion Semi ProUnited Statesvelogarden09/02/2018 09:08 PM
Moser SprintItaly1989Pre07/23/2018 12:42 PM
Berma ProfessionalItalyfhaas04/03/2018 09:24 PM
Fuji finestJapanvelogarden03/04/2018 06:07 PM
Koga Miyata Road WinnerNetherlandstmundry6702/22/2018 07:07 AM
Cycles La Resistante LuxeFrancestedeu02/10/2018 12:04 PM
Alan RecordItalyhenrys01/29/2018 05:45 AM
(Bruce) Biddle Racing Frames, Commonwealth ChampionItalyhenrys01/29/2018 05:37 AM
10 Newest Brands Added/Updated
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SunTourJapanracingbicyclefan1009402/01/2019 09:18 PM
Raleigh USAUnited States1989Pre12/18/2018 07:29 AM
EmrinBelgiumCyclobob11/11/2018 03:39 PM
CampagnoloItalySlider7411/05/2018 08:31 PM
CaroFranceTom70s10/23/2018 04:48 AM
ShimanoJapanPortfolio36010/09/2018 06:27 PM
ParisEnglandRoad Ace10/09/2018 11:02 AM
F.H. GrubbEngland1989Pre08/21/2018 12:46 PM
MercuriArgentinastingray08/17/2018 11:03 AM
GipiemmeItalyTombo06/27/2018 02:50 AM
10 Newest Frame & Head Badge Comments Added
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Mavic Road forgedraindodger03/21/2019 10:26 PM
These dropouts are shown on page 3 of the 1976 Mavic brochure that is posted on the www.velo-pages.com web site.
Colnago C94JAKE03/14/2019 08:40 AM
In reference to previous comment, l do not believe that they the same and my bike has original swept forks (unknown at time of original comment) which were never stock on a C94 as far as I know. Presently sending photos to Colnago for model/year identification.
Cycles Wolber Wolber SportMomna02/12/2019 01:37 AM
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Vitus 979JAKE01/20/2019 08:30 AM
I'm not sure how many companies sold "Vitus" frames with their own badging (such as "ALAN" frames; e.g. Guerciotti and Tommaso), but I have a Payan frame (approx. 51.25cm ST c-c,53.5cm TT c-c) that is identical (even the anodized color) to a 979 frame and has the appropriately marked Vitus BB shell, but without any other brand markings except "PAYAN" on DT, ST, and HT; and 52 above 54 stamped on insides of both rear dropouts, and 51 stamped on left side of HT(believe these to be frame dimensions). Has internal rear cable routing and water bottle mounting bosses on the DT. Received as a stripped frame, year unknown.
Berma Professionalsingle12/12/2018 08:53 PM
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Koga Miyata Gent's Touringbaumgrenze11/19/2018 01:49 PM
I had a '70's Sears Free Spirit with a very similar chrome end fork, but the band between the paint and chrome here is. The frame failed at the head tube years ago. The fork crown is also chrome on mine. My fork is stamped Shimano on both dropouts. Might Shimano have made the the fork on this bicycle as well?
Berma Professionalsukalu11/08/2018 01:54 AM
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Cilo Sprint-X (1973 - 1974)SaulF10/30/2018 11:17 AM
Beautiful bike! Thanks for sharing. I'm working on restoring a 72 Cilo Swiss Sprint-X. I have not had any luck finding the correct decals for it. Would you happen to know where I may be able to find them? I found someone who offered to make them, but I need to find the dimensions.
Colnago Super (1982)birdiepar10/16/2018 05:06 AM
I bought mine as a frame only in 1980/81 and the markings and color are the same as this example, except that the seat tube sticker has a vertical stripe. Dropouts are marked 'COLNAGO' front and back, with the front adding 'BREVETTO' and the right rear marked as 'COLNAGO 218'. I have always loved the clover cutout on the bottom bracket shell. Great bike that I'm presently in the process of restoring to get it back out on the road. Will post pictures when I gain required level. Thanks!
Trek 700TheChief09/22/2018 02:51 PM
If you go to http://www.vintage-trek.com/trek_history.htm you can search for your frame, by serial number - that is found on the bottom of the bottom bracket, and that will tell you the model number, month, and year your frame was built. Looking at the photos, your frame is identical to mine except yours has a gray head tube and mine is just the blue of the rest of the frame. I know my frame was built in November of 1981 so yours was probably built sometime in 1982. One very important detail concerning this frame is the spacing of the rear brake bridge. If you look closely you can see that the rear brake shoe is towards the bottom of the caliper. I do not know the exact name for that part of the caliper, but there is a lot of space above the brake shoe which means there is tire clearance for probably up to 700x35C tires. My frame, which is a model 710, was built, I think, a little incorrectly in that the brake shoe was at the top of the slot that accepts the brake shoe bolt and I had actual useable clearance only for 700x28C tires. I could fit a Trek 700x32C tire in the rear triangle, but there was maybe 1mm clearance between tire and brake. Recently I found a frame builder in my area and he raised the brake bridge to just about where the one on this bike is located and I can now ride with 700x35C tires. My frame is set up for touring in the Netherlands so the 35C tires are what is needed. These old Trek frames were fantastic frames, in my opinion, and never given the full credit they deserved.


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