Vintage TREK 620 Touring Road Bike with Phil Wood Hubs, Reserve is $125
- While researching steel Treks, I came across this. Reserve price is $125.
Santa Clarita, CA
Vintage TREK 620 Touring Road Bike with Phil Wood Hubs
After hanging in my basement for several years, I have decided to part
with this bike in conjunction with our spring cleaning. This bike had
not been ridden much in recent years, due to my acquisition of a more
state-of-the-art ride. I almost built it into a cyclocross bike, but
then realized I most likely will never enter a CX event. Since you're
reading this, I trust you appreciate this bicycle as much as I do.
This TREK has had it's decals removed, to make it less noticable while
parked. Over the years, I have learned to do this after having a
couple other vintage TREKs boosted. While I didn't save the decals,
I'm pretty sure it is an early 80's TREK 620.
This bike features a Sachs Huret rear derailleur, Simplex front
derailleur, Sugino GT crankset with triple 28/45/50 chainrings,
Cinelli stem and handlebars, and Suntour bar-end friction shifters.
The wheels are custom touring wheels with Phil Wood hubs, Mavic MA40
rims, six speed rear cluster, and Avenir kevlar belted 27 1 1/4 tires
that I put on last year before I took it out for it's annual ride.
The frame is Reynolds steel, although I can't tell if it's 531 as the
decals are pretty scratched/worn. Serial number is ?26809 riveted
underneath the bottom bracket. The bottom bracket also has 58TSI cast
into it's underside. The paint is good, but does have some chips on
the underside of the down tube. Please look at the pictures carefully.
Winning Bidder pays $60 for careful disassembly, packing and insured
UPS shipping within the lower 48 states. As an alternative, it could
be picked up for free in the Madison Wisconsin area within 30 days of
auction end at a mutually agreed upon time and location.
Please look at the pictures and read the the terms carefully before
bidding, as this bicycle is being sold "As-Is". Remember cycling in
potentially dangerous, so always wear a helmet, ride defensively, and
watch out for those cars!