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Topic: Vintage Bicycle Group?

Posted on: 25th Mar 2009 11:40 PM    Quote and Reply


1982 Kuwahara KE-1 BMX counted or not arh...?!


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Posted on: 26th Mar 2009 1:47 AM    Quote and Reply


ofcos counted! please post pics for all to enjoy....btw hidayatz01, that 'hose' is indeed a hand pump. It's not stuck to the bike but most roadster has this pump hook brazed onto its frame. Some earlier road bikes also have them.


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Posted on: 2nd Apr 2009 8:53 PM    Quote and Reply


hey i am new here i happen to stumble upon this site as i browsed through the web for bicycles.Is there a place in SG which sells vintage bikes?i would like to cycle 1 to school though :P

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Posted on: 5th Apr 2009 6:37 PM    Quote and Reply


try sungei rd.


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Posted on: 2nd May 2009 12:09 PM    Quote and Reply


hi. i own a 1975 COLNAGO QUEEN road bike. is it counted as vintage? I changed all d parts and only the frame is 1975! I will be posting pics soon.


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Posted on: 2nd May 2009 7:01 PM    Quote and Reply


pls do... :P


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Posted on: 4th May 2009 7:06 PM    Quote and Reply


hi. pics of my 1975 colnago can be viewed at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/36655906@N05/sets/72157617544026193/ im wondering if worth it to change to dura ace sti shifters........ pls comment. thanks! =)


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Posted on: 4th May 2009 8:03 PM    Quote and Reply


hi. if any body interested in purchasing my bike pls call me at 93857999. im looking to buy a new carbon road bike as im only a student and would like to pass the bike on to someone who loves vintage bikes. thanks!!!


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Posted on: 5th May 2009 10:48 AM    Quote and Reply


how much you intend to let go? Or are you testing water on the value of your bike? :P
Do consider keeping it la...nice lugs, nice paint job, nice parts...all works of art. Once sold, you can never get it back,ok. 


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Posted on: 5th May 2009 9:54 PM    Quote and Reply


i agree but the bike very heavy and im trying to go like fast or something......=) actually intend to sell it, i posted it up on marketplace...... really want to get a carbon bike!!!!!!!


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