650b Pereira Custom Bicycle For Sale

Pereira 650b bicycle, custom built by Tony Pereira (Portland, OR). Randonneuring, camping and rough stuff cycle. Framebuild is immaculate, all filet brazed. Was in the Handmade Bicycle Show in Portland in February 2008. Only selling as I’m moving in new directions and this beautiful bike needs to be ridden!

Frame: Columbus Life tubing, juniper green with brown pin-stripe/box-lining
Crankset/Chain rings: TA Carmina 170mm, 44/30 double, 94mm BCD
BB/Crank Axle: TA Titanium
Cassette: 9sp Shimano Ultegra 13-30
Chain: SRAM PC-48
Front derailleur: Shimano Ultegra
Rear derailleur: Shimano Ultegra
Shifters: Shimano 9sp Dura Ace downtube indexed
Pedals: None
Brakes: Front & rear: Mafac Raid centerpull brazed-on, KoolStop salmon brake shoes
Brake levers: Cane Creek
Handlebars: Nitto Noddle 42cm
Bar Tape: Tan Cinelli cork
Stem: Custom threadless 1-1/8” with bell & mount
Headset: Chris King 1-1/8”, silver
Tires: Grand Bois Hetre 650b x 42mm, original red version
Rims: Velocity Synergy 32h front and rear
Spokes: 14/15g DT stainless
Rear hub: Shimano Ultegra 32h
Front hub: Schmidt Dynamo 32h
Saddle: Brooks Team Professional, black
Seatpost: Nitto 27.2mm
Cages (3): King SS
Fenders: Honjo hammered 48mm (have a couple dents, fully functional)
Lights: Front: Lumotech Oval on rack light mount; Rear: 2 Cateye LED LD600s (on brazed seat stay mounts)
Carrying: Front rack with custom nylon front bag (holds a six-pack perfectly) attached with decaleur stem mount and removable low-rider front racks for panniers
Extras:
– Zefal HPX2 pump (on brazed left seat stay mount)
– 1 pair of brand new Gran Bois Hetre 650b x 42mm tires (black version)
– 1 pair NOS 650b x 38mm Mitsuboshi “Trimline” tires.

Specs:
ST 56 cm
Head 73 deg
Seat 72.5 deg
Rake 60mm
Trail 40mm
Chain Stay 43.5 cm
Rear OLD 130mm
TT 56 cm

Standover height is 83cm at the seat tube and 84cm at the head tube.

$2500 complete with extras. Prefer not to ship and can deliver within 100 miles of 98362. Contact me at jon (at) mountainbike.org

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