Wow. Happy Halloween….. not my bike, but saw it from SF-Bay Area Craigslist today… Look really nice…
Vintage 1970 Coppi 58cm Full Campagnolo Racing Bike 5’11” to 6’2” – $1200 (santa rosa)
“A stunning Italian made Racing Bike built in 1970 with Columbus tubing and Campagnolo front and rear dropouts. An absolutely top of the line ride that is almost completely original. The seat tube is 58cm center to center and it has a 32.5” standover so it will fit riders from 5’11” to 6’2”. Fausto Coppi is referred tpo as the “Campionissimo”, the champion of champions, and he dominated professional cycling during the years just before and just after the second world war. Original Campy large flange hubs laced up to Fiamme sew up rims with double butted stainless spokes, Campy track pedals too. It has it all!Call 707-332-9305 if you want to check it out. Cash, credit card, or paypal payments accepted.
The new Moulton SPEED is the first production Moulton bicycle to weigh in at less than 20lb (9.1kg)- quite some feat for a full-suspension road bike.
As befits a special bicycle, the Moulton SPEED is equipped with Campagnolo Super Record components, and is fitted with Moulton’s own seat pillar and handlebar stem in Reynolds 953. The distinctive spaceframe design is constructed entirely from stainless steel. Every joint is silver-brazed, and the entire frameset is laboriously polished to mirror finish. With no paint to scratch, the Moulton SPEED can be returned to ‘as new’ condition with the application of metal polish.
The time-honoured combination of the low aerodynamic drag, the rapid acceleration afforded by the small wheels, the low rolling resistance and the superlative comfort of the well-proven Moulton suspension, make the Moulton SPEED a perfect choice for the performance-orientated Sportive rider as well as those who just want to go out for a blast round the lanes.
The Moulton SPEED will be available from mid-2010.
from Moulton Site..
Well hello there CycleZine readers. It’s been some time. But my absence has not been in vain. I’ve been working on several bike related projects which I will (hopefully) soon share with ya’ll. At any rate, I’d like to start my return with another installment of “Seen On Ebay”.
This installment highlights another gem on eBay France [archive link]. Something that would be at home with cycling enthusiasts and avid Franklin Mint collectors alike. I present to you, the History of the Tour De France as told in an elegant series of 12 10 commemorative china plates.
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I love Portland, I love Coffee in Portland.. I love Ace Hotel in Portland.. I want to go so bad…. For some reason, this show always passed my radar…every dam years :(
Look like a good line up of builders… love the poster also…More info of the bike show here.