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PostPosted: Thu Oct 16, 2008 1:43 pm 
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Picked this up last night. As with most of my purchases, I was lured by the lurid paint scheme. :lol:
Seems to be from around '99, so not that retro, but I think the colours belong in a different era.

I can't find much information on the net about this model, it seems to be pretty much bottom of the range, a mix of Mirage and Veloce, with Vuelta Stylus rims. Should be good enough for what I want though.
Excuse the lousy pic, I'll take some good ones soon.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 16, 2008 1:46 pm 
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always liked moser bikes, my friend still has the gianni bugno leader ax 1991 replica,and that is beautiful. i'd buy it off him but it's too big for me.

that's a very european paint job though! :D


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I was watching that on e-bay.

I was going to take the tribars & wheel and sell the rest. so if you want to sell them let me know.


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The tri-bars are some short little Scott effort I think.
The wheels are not great, so I don't think you missed out. Front hub needs new bearings and a cone. Several spokes were completely loose, and a nipple was rounded off on the spoke that needed most adjustment, so they needed a little work.

Has the pic disappeared? I can't see it anymore.


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retrojon wrote:
The tri-bars are some short little Scott effort I think.
The wheels are not great, so I don't think you missed out. Front hub needs new bearings and a cone. Several spokes were completely loose, and a nipple was rounded off on the spoke that needed most adjustment, so they needed a little work.

Has the pic disappeared? I can't see it anymore.


The tribars were right, short and scott, just what I was after.

Photos still there.


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