The Road Bike How Much Thread

zazu

Retro Newbie
Hello,
previous weekend got this beauty, and the frame is way too big for me ( i'm 175cm ) basically im laying on my belly when hands on brake levers :D

Manage to clean it up, put all the parts back where they should be.
Front and Rear derailleurs+ Shifters works perfectly.
Frame is still with original paintjob.

Don't know the frame size :( but it could be like 58-60-62 maybe, have no clue.
Cant find any information in web.

So ill have to give it to other hands, unfortunately.

Anyone have any idea what its worth for the whole bike with groupset?
And how much for the frame?


If i will sell, than frame only. For a good deal ill sell with groupset.

Bike:
KHS 14 aero turbo - year 1993, found it engraved on fork
Group - Shimano 500EX
Rear Wheel hub is aftermarket ( JOY ) guess cheap one.

Front wheel Hub - 500EX
MAVIC front rim.
Rest of the bike is original
Seat - San Marco Squadra ( top layer worn out )
Seat tube was rusted, manage to get it out, cleaned it, but previous owner had hit it with something and cant get it back all the way...
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Fifthgrace

Retro Guru
Difficult to value as you don't see many to price against and the ones you do see are usually those with a curved aero seat tube : one of these is currently asking £350 for complete bike, but with better components vs yours. I'd say sell as a whole and don't split since you have cleaned and re-assembled it!
 

LeeM74

Retro Newbie
Please post here for valuations :D
Hi John I'm having great difficulty working out what my bikes worth,Its a Raleigh Moderne, Reynolds 653, Santè parts all over, Which I can't find anywhere, Guessing its mid 80s. PLS HELP?
 

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Svendherlig

Retro Newbie
Bernardi Nervo

Any information about the bike would be much appreciated.

2001

The sticker with information regarding the tubes has sadly been removed, however the tubes look identical to the tubes on my Tommasini Premier Plus which are Columbus Airplane. I’m guessing these are the same.

Complete 7800 Dura ace groupset.

Newer Shimano RS wheels.

Mechanically in perfect condition. The frame has some scratches, as is seen in the photos.
 

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bjellys

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Peugeot Richard Virenque Team Festina Replica​

I pick it up yesterday and it's very clean and tidy I would like to know a rough guide price if anyone could hwlp please.
 

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Lazarus

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Looking to sell my ladies Faggin road bike, not sure how much to ask (though I have a general idea from when we sold it a few years ago but bought it back about 2 weeks later !!) This was built for me by my husband Tony (Laz) this is a breakdown of the parts and I'll also add photos. Thanks, Karen.

Frame: Columbus unknown
Fork: Columbus unknown
Headset: Campagnolo Chorus
Stem: Cinelli
Handlebar: Cinelli Eubios
Bar Tape: Halfords own brand
Brake Levers/Brifters: Campagnolo Mirage STI's
Brake Calipers: Campagnolo Record
Brake Pads: Campagnolo Record
Brake Cables: Halfords own brand
Shifters: Campagnolo irage Sti's
Front Derailleur: Campagnolo Chorus/Athena
Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Chorus/Athena
Derailleur Cables: Halfords own brand
Cassette: Regina Corsa
Chain: 99 ?
Cranks: Campagnolo Chorus
Chainrings: Campagnolo Chorus
Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo Chorus
Pedals: Campagnolo Chorus
Rims: Mavic ma40
Hubs: Campagnolo Record
Hub Skewers: Campagnolo Record
Nipples: unknown
Spokes: Stainless Steel DB
Tyres: Vittoria Rubino
Tubes: unknown
Saddle: San Marco Rolls
Seatpost: Campagnolo Chorus
Seatpost Binder: Campagnolo
Bottle Cage: none
Extras: Pump "Italy Corsa"

Weight: approx 9.5 kg - 10kg
 

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Fifthgrace

Retro Guru
Looking to sell my ladies Faggin road bike, not sure how much to ask (though I have a general idea from when we sold it a few years ago but bought it back about 2 weeks later !!) This was built for me by my husband Tony (Laz) this is a breakdown of the parts and I'll also add photos. Thanks, Karen.

Frame: Columbus unknown
Fork: Columbus unknown
Headset: Campagnolo Chorus
Stem: Cinelli
Handlebar: Cinelli Eubios
Bar Tape: Halfords own brand
Brake Levers/Brifters: Campagnolo Mirage STI's
Brake Calipers: Campagnolo Record
Brake Pads: Campagnolo Record
Brake Cables: Halfords own brand
Shifters: Campagnolo irage Sti's
Front Derailleur: Campagnolo Chorus/Athena
Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Chorus/Athena
Derailleur Cables: Halfords own brand
Cassette: Regina Corsa
Chain: 99 ?
Cranks: Campagnolo Chorus
Chainrings: Campagnolo Chorus
Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo Chorus
Pedals: Campagnolo Chorus
Rims: Mavic ma40
Hubs: Campagnolo Record
Hub Skewers: Campagnolo Record
Nipples: unknown
Spokes: Stainless Steel DB
Tyres: Vittoria Rubino
Tubes: unknown
Saddle: San Marco Rolls
Seatpost: Campagnolo Chorus
Seatpost Binder: Campagnolo
Bottle Cage: none
Extras: Pump "Italy Corsa"

Weight: approx 9.5 kg - 10kg
Good spec and not many of these around- see about 2-3 a year for sale - usually Faggin and Grandis in Columbus SL. I would suggest you ask in the region of £550-£750, but may be an easier sell come next Spring....
 

Foreigner

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Looking to sell my ladies Faggin road bike, not sure how much to ask (though I have a general idea from when we sold it a few years ago but bought it back about 2 weeks later !!) This was built for me by my husband Tony (Laz) this is a breakdown of the parts and I'll also add photos. Thanks, Karen.
Lovely to see mixte fame of such quality. The list of parts seem fine to me and the pricing suggested above perhaps too. It would help stating the size as this does affect the pricing if ether too small or on large side :) You could put it up for sale here to gauge the market pre-spring time or perhaps somewhere like FB retro group, if you are prepared for international buyers of course. GLWS
 

Lazarus

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Lovely to see mixte fame of such quality. The list of parts seem fine to me and the pricing suggested above perhaps too. It would help stating the size as this does affect the pricing if ether too small or on large side :) You could put it up for sale here to gauge the market pre-spring time or perhaps somewhere like FB retro group, if you are prepared for international buyers of course. GLWS
Thank you, not sure of the size but I can add that later ... I'm 5'4" if that helps any 😂 I don't mind shipping abroad, Tony sent bikes everywhere although that was pre brexit so maybe not 😬
 
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