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  • Schwinn Approved Le Tour GT-420
    $35.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved Le Tour GT-420 rear derailleur (5-speed). Made in Japan (by Shimano). This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is… [more]

  • Suntour BL Groupset (front, rear derailleurs, shifters)
    $60.00

    This is a Suntour BL groupset. It includes the front (FD-1900) and rear (RD-3200) derailleurs, as well as shifters (LD-3200). All pieces are in relatively good shape.… [more]

  • Burning Man Basket - 2018
    $21.00

    Mounts to handlebar with a lift-off bracket Powder coated steel mesh construction Capacity: 11 pounds Dimensions: 14.5x8.5x7" [more]

  • Schwinn seat tube binder clamp (narrow S)
    $15.00

    Original vintage Schwinn seat tube binder clamp. This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative. We do our best to represent products accurately, but… [more]

  • VK Design Seat Bag
    $149.00

    Northeast Minneapolis' VK Design has finally introduced a bicycle bag. This leather bag is handmade locally and guaranteed by the artist (Purchaser pays shipping). [more]

  • Schwinn collared seat post (13/16")
    $6.00

    Original vintage Schwinn seat post (with collar and tapered "skinny" top). 1979-1981 (may be appropriate for other years as well). Appropriate for Varsity, Continental.… [more]

  • Nitto Technomic 1" Quill Stem
    $30.00

    This a Nitto Technomic 1" quill stem that will allow you to get your handlebars way up high. They are great for people who want to be a little more upright without… [more]

  • Shimano Dura-Ace 7400 Rear Derailleur
    $55.00

    This is a Shimano Dura-Ace 7400 rear derailleur. It was manufactured in Japan from 1985-1988. It was Shimano's top of the line, race-quality derailleur. It is very… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved GT 500
    $35.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved GT 500 rear derailleur. Made in France. This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative. We do our best to represent… [more]

  • Ofmega Mistral Crankset w/ Ofmega BB
    $100.00

    This is vintage set of Ofmega Mistral cranks. They are 170mm in length, 144BCD, and have a 53-42 tooth count. They were made in the 1980s in Italy and come with an… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved GT-250 - 1976
    $25.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved GT-250 front derailleur (2-speed). 1976 (may be appropriate for other years as well). Made in France. This is a used product and is… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved Le Tour GT450
    $25.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved Le Tour GT450 front derailleur (2-speed). Made in Japan (by Shimano). This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved GT 400
    $40.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved Le Tour GT 400 rear derailleur (5-speed). Made in Japan (by Shimano). This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved Le Tour GT300
    $100.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved Le Tour GT300 rear derailleur (long cage) (5-speed). This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative. We do our best… [more]

  • Schwinn Approved GT120
    $30.00

    Original vintage Schwinn Approved GT120 rear derailleur. Made in Japan (by Shimano). This is a used product and is sold as-is. Photo is representative. We do our best to… [more]

 

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Today's Tip

Don’t Be A Traffic Jammer – While some hard-core gonzo cyclists enjoy duking it out with the hoards of SUVs on the roads, we strongly recommend riding when and where traffic jams are rare. Consider cycling before or after peak traffic hours or select lightly-driven routes/roads. You’ll have more fun, avoid danger and won’t have to breathe those nasty fumes.

Cycling Glossary - Word of the Day

derailleur hanger

Also called a dropout hanger, this is the tab beneath the right rear dropout (not all bikes have these), which the rear derailleur is screwed into.