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Well here's another one headed for the dumpster on a renovation site. Big project. Was watching the crane worker comes by said was throwing this bike in the dumpster. Asked if I wanted it ..What the heck sure ....
Needs TLC but rideable. Think its sold already and I really like the older Peugeot Yellow Allegra bike seems like a sturdy frame for my 220 LBS !
Enjoy the pictures !

Teisco_KId
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nice low end road bike. I just picked a couple of similar bikes last weekend - not as nice as yours though.
Nigel
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(10-29-2013, 06:50 PM)Teisco_Kid Wrote:  Well here's another one headed for the dumpster on a renovation site. Big project. Was watching the crane worker comes by said was throwing this bike in the dumpster. Asked if I wanted it ..What the heck sure ....
Needs TLC but rideable. Think its sold already and I really like the older Peugeot Yellow Allegra bike seems like a sturdy frame for my 220 LBS !
Enjoy the pictures !

Teisco_KId

Nice, I am currently rebuilding a peugeot AO 8 most Peugeots where what is called Bike Boom bicycles 1975 / 1985, millions flouded the markets, still a nice steel ride.
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(10-30-2013, 11:10 AM)Roland Wrote:  
(10-29-2013, 06:50 PM)Teisco_Kid Wrote:  Well here's another one headed for the dumpster on a renovation site. Big project. Was watching the crane worker comes by said was throwing this bike in the dumpster. Asked if I wanted it ..What the heck sure ....
Needs TLC but rideable. Think its sold already and I really like the older Peugeot Yellow Allegra bike seems like a sturdy frame for my 220 LBS !
Enjoy the pictures !

Teisco_KId

Nice, I am currently rebuilding a peugeot AO 8 most Peugeots where what is called Bike Boom bicycles 1975 / 1985, millions flouded the markets, still a nice steel ride.
I have another Peugeot model in Yellow I posted on this site. Needs work but think a steel sturdy frame steel wheels work best in the City streets. Alloys need trueing X3 yearly maybe can save a little $$$ with steel wheelset like on Peugeot yellow Allegre I posted earlier.

Thanks and compared to Fuji Schwinns I ve had it seems comparable at the low to mid end of the models. And Boy do I like FREE bikes !

Teisco_KId
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