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killglamour
25.03.2015, 13:08
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Изучу спрос на винтажный французский шоссейник motobecane
Классическая стальная рама из труб Reynolds 531, полностью родной окрас, местами проглядывается заводской хром.
Оборудование shimano 600 arabesque в круг.
На велосипеде ничего не менялось, кроме резины
Пробег минимален, так как имеется еще 4 велосипеда
Москва, цена пусть будет 25 тр
Фото пока одно, при желании сделаю больше

Spok
25.03.2015, 13:10
Попутал со штатовским Motobécane...
В 1981 году Motobécane подал заявление о банкротстве и был приобретен Yamaha и реформирована в 1984 году в качестве МБК . Французская компания продолжает делать motorscooters . (http://yandex.ru/clck/jsredir?from=yandex.ru%3Byandsearch%3Bweb%3B%3B&text=&etext=637.AQ8JvR3XOr27W7sV8X3ePtbFbetJX_P8VySlNm-zCqc.1462b0b9db1c2f53c1f2cb04e5777af0ca4881f2&uuid=&state=AiuY0DBWFJ4ePaEse6rgeAjgs2pI3DW9Iuwyq9ogZlK6 H0SKLzRLZqi1WsDGfXb2nbiukc4x8vDMgSD3qmWwDAbGXvr6II em599rfBHBJHs7xcVoCZiQ8vHg4yrbJC-nCcWKJuerD9MF8io70T4rIwso7PTzL45XyKpRq4bUgUsl_IP14 xPmC9PGO7arIve5kwvyHUcKLQEeqO4P-EuvH7FyOZ8yOybgZdHhPPfAUuBXKH7qsQdABJ0a_v_ev-RVq_fNlx1K_lQlFaX4t1COeXqi4UXoLWuI&data=UlNrNmk5WktYejR0eWJFYk1LdmtxamdZYi10ZkQ2cGZkY VpYNFhXT3RuREtURktGWDJVT0N1VUpjemdxaDc0elAwUW9xZDd YSkNaTjhuMHRiUGsxT3IzZ1dwOUlITWd1bWtRVkVqLUJiOHU4Y TJxbS1Zc2VoaGJsX3ZXcGdEb2VHclcyMGJjNlMwdw&b64e=2&sign=96d70fb0502466fe23c2d56c7a8255ba&keyno=0&ref=cM777e4sMOAycdZhdUbYHtkusEOiLu3mZesb0Mk1o-E7woV3DR-qz-D5TOf9Fb0f8ljsrUHf6SKvtexuJ2BZG_T09XtbcIUt&l10n=ru&cts=1427271301671&mc=4.295353348118593)

killglamour
27.03.2015, 10:11
.....

Ну примерно с 1923 года

Bicycles

Motobécane was a major manufacturer in the French bicycle industry. Motobecane is known for designing very light weight mountain bicycles. Motobecane was the first French maker to start using Japanese parts, in the late '70s. This was a very good move on their part, because at that time Japanese derailers and crank sets were much better than the older French designs common on mid-priced 10-speeds. The change was largely due to the influence of their U.S. importer, Ben Lawee. The frames on Motobécane's mid-to-upper bikes were typically double-butted lugged steel made from Vitus or Reynolds 531 molybdenum/manganese steel tubing with Nervex lugs. Unlike most French makers of the era, Motobecane used Swiss thread bottom brackets for most models. Motobécane finished their frames in beautiful and high-quality paint, a practice not often followed in the French industry. Considered the second most prestigious French bicycle (after Peugeot, whose more durable design they emulated, but ahead of Gitane), Motobécane's mid-range bikes were good value; the company kept prices reasonable by matching high-quality frames with lower-priced, but higher-quality components from Japan, at a time when competitors were putting higher-priced, lower quality French components on mid-range bikes. Motobécane bicycles included the Nomade, Mirage, Super Mirage, Super Touring, Grand Touring, Sprint, Super Sprint, Jubilee, Grand Record, Le Champion, and Team Champion.

In addition to the standard diamond frame bicycles, Motobécane produced mixte frame versions; the mixte frame Grand Touring had twin lateral stays in place of a top tube, extending from the head tube to the seat tube, while the Super Touring and Grand Jubilé had a single top tube sloping down towards the seat tube, but diverging into twin lateral stays just before the seat tube. Later mixte Grand Touring models also used this design. Motobécane also produced a tandem bicycle.

French bicycles before 1980 often used French-threaded bottom brackets (now difficult to find replacement parts for). French bottom brackets, like Italian ones, used right-hand threading on the fixed cups, making them subject to loosening by precession. Motobécane broke ranks with most other French manufacturers in the mid-70s, using Swiss-threaded bottom brackets (also difficult to find replacement parts for now). Swiss bottom brackets were identical to French, save that the fixed cups were reverse-threaded (like English ones), making them immune to loosening by precession. For more information, see bottom bracket specifications.

In addition, French headsets are sized and threaded slightly differently from the more common English headset.

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146й
28.03.2015, 11:36
фото на 10кбайт весьма впечатляет...развивает фантазию и воображение )).

killglamour
28.03.2015, 13:07
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killglamour
31.03.2015, 22:39
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