FS: Touring Bike

Discussion in 'rec.bicycles.marketplace' started by John Mayfield, Jan 2, 2006.

  1. Very tasty early '80s Centurion Pro-Tour 15, a copy of the legendary Trek
    728 of the same period. 56cm frame, Tange tubing, long wheelbase, braze-ons
    for fenders, racks, low-riders on front fork, 3 sets w/b cages, shifter
    bosses on top of top tube, cantilever studs w/new cantilever brakeset--the
    works. Chrome on fork crown, seatstay wraparounds, right chainstay, all
    dropouts. Some pitting/peeling on chainstay, otherwise okay. Dark blue
    with silver headtube panel. Straight as they come.
    Sealed hubset with 40-spoke rear, 36 front, 27" box rims with new
    tires. SunTour/Sugino Mountech drivetrain, with the half-step triple crank,
    170 mm arms. Rear rack.
    Bike was stored many years, then overhauled top to bottom about a year
    ago. Very comfy and you could haul a mule with it. Not flawless but way
    cool and not available at any price outside a custom shop these days.
    $350 plus actual cost of the shipping--calculate from ZIP 35244.


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    John Mayfield
     
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