This is our Peugeot PSN-10 (“Mont-Cenis”) reborn as a retro-modern gravel/”adventure” bike with a Shimano 11s group, 50/34 gearing up front and 11/32 ’round back, and 700×30 Challenge Strada Bianca tires. Love this bike—it has always been a fun ride, but it’s never ridden better than it does now.
The bike you ride to work on = your commuter bike.
Lovely bike. We’re tempted, if we’re honest—but this isn’t what we need right now.
Frame: 753 52cm (C2C) Peugout Perthus (http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=193925)
Groupset : 7spd Shimano 600 Tricolor 52/39, 165mm (apart from front g/lever, which will be supplied)
Wheels : Tricolor + Mavic open pro (36h, SS DB)
tyres : 23c schwalbe lugano
Bars/Stem: Cinelli 64-42, 1A 9cm (there are the modern versions…hardly used)
Saddle/post : San Marco Rolls (hardly used), Miche
Headset : omas (a bit rough, will probably need replacing)
Includes Tricolour aero levers with grubby white hoods, Shimano 1056 pedals (if required), Blackburn bottle cages
Lovely ride, used on the RB Gospel Pass ride a few years back.
Some scratches, but no dents or dings.
Looking for around £425 (inc p&p)
I’m based in Northampton/Milton Keynes if pick-up preferred.
Not for sale (that we’re aware of), just some glorious eye candy. Not sure we’ve ever seen a more outstanding (non-racing) Peugeot.
Originally seen here:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/kickmypan (highly recommend bookmarking)
One day, we will find one in our size.
1987 Peugeot Perthus: I always wanted a Peugeot in this color with the chrome front fork in Reynolds 753r, but the only year and place it was sold was 1987 in the U.K.. As a result, it was very hard to find one in restorable condition in the right size. But, after several years of searching I found one and completely restored it. But, due to another exceptional restoration project I have to move this bicycle out of my limited storage. I really enjoyed the few rides I took on it as the Reynold’s 753r makes for a great climbing bike for my size. Like any U.K. bike it had some surface rust. But, I removed this and touched it up with original Peugeot touch-up paint. However, the purist will probably want to have it repainted. But, I did rustproof the inside of the tubes with Evaporust. So, it is ready for a long life as a collection bike.
Size 58 cm
Reynolds 753r tubing, hand brazed in France
Shimano 600EX groupset with NOS brake levers, hoods, cables and pads. Plus, a NOS bottom bracket with bearings was installed to make it a solid bike again after 30 years of use. This groupset has the Shimano SIS Index shifting too.
Mavic GP4 tubular rims (I had these rebuilt with new spokes)
Sella Italia Turbo saddle (vintage with real leather)
T.A. Specialties Aluminum Water Bottle Bracket (not pictured)
Milremo plastic handlebar plugs, white (I am still waiting for these to arrive, but they will be included in the shipment.)
Peugeot Py10FC carbon fiber frame and fork 57 cm – $250 (Lakewood)
For sale is a Peugeot PY10FC frame and
fork in size 57. Super light weight, this was the lightest frame in the pro peloton in the early to mid 80s. Not to be confused with the Vitus Carbone frames, these were built better, with bigger tubes, so they aren’t as flexy as those. Sprinter Sean Kelly rode one of these to a green jersey victory in the Tour de France.
The frame has no dings, crack or dents in the tubes, but it has been ridden by me, so it is not in showroom condition. The only defect in the frame is that the rear brake cable guide nearest to the seatpost is missing its top. This happened in storage, and I was bummed to see that when I took the frame down for photos; other than that it is fully intact.
The reason for selling is that I just don’t ride this anymore, and am making room in the garage. I am the second owner; the first owner was a bike shop owner in upstate NY who got the frame for his personal use as a favor from Peugeot, since he was a Peugeot dealer. He sold it to me back in 2008 or so, and I rode it for several years before handing it up a year or two ago.
It is a great riding frame, and would be good for someone to ride, or restore as it has a lot of history behind it. Asking $250 OBO, or would trade for a frame in the 55-57cm size range, or nice bike componentry.
Reynolds 708? Sachs “New Success”? So much about this bike is foreign to us. We’d find it more attractive if the dérailleurs were MAVIC as well.
Global shipping from Paris is surprisingly cheap ($75) if anyone wants to roll the dice.
!!! NO RESERVE !!!
Absolutely stunning PEUGEOT RACING TEAM, ex- pro team bike (but not used professionaly). Dated 1991 to 1993. Full French !
54 x 53.5 (ctc) frame made of Reynolds 708 tubes (could be 653 or 753 as well as the frame was custom built for a pro racer).
Fully equiped with MAVIC SSC gear :
-HS33 MAVIC 315 HEADSET
-MAVIC STARFISH 631 crankset
-MAVIC 440 brakes and calipers
-MAVIC 550/501 hubs
-MAVIC OPEN SUP CD rims
Shifter, front and rear derailleur : SACHS NEW SUCCESS.
Everything in perfect to very good condition, working 100% fine. Only the bar tape will have to be changed by next owner, and tyres as well to match the beauty of the set-up.
Based in Paris but can ship worldwide for $75.
Magnifique vélo de route / course PEUGEOT RACING TEAM, ex-équipe pro (mais non utilisé en compétition). Taille 54×53.5
Quasiment full Mavic SSC :
-Jeu de direction HS33 MAVIC 315
-Pédalier MAVIC STARFISH 631
-Freins et étriers Mavic 440
-Moyeux MAVIC 550/501
-Jantes MAVIC OPEN SUP CD
Dérailleurs et shifters SACHS NEW SUCCESS.
Vélo basé à Paris. Expédition en France pour 25 euros.