I apologize for the delay in posting this week! If any of you have an viable alternative to a day-job, I’m all ears!
Today’s entry is a 1977 Peug’ UO10 sent in by Harry B. This is great looking bike in what appears to be nearly original condition (with the exception being the mattress saddle?)
Here is my 1977, Peugeot UO10 Road Bike. From all I have read about this classic they say it will take you right up to pro quality of when this bike was in circulation. I can sure agree that it rides every bit like a pro tour bike. It is fast and gives a very solid ride. Feels like you have something under you that won’t get blown over by the wind. Goes through deep water like a boat and just feels naturally tough. I have always been a real fan of the Old Ten Speeds mostly for the way they were built and all the craftsmanship that went into the making of one bike. They didn’t cut corners on this one. Another real plus with this bike and most Peugeot bikes I read about, they all seem to have these great paint jobs that hold up for years. Some parts do rust but the actual paint itself has been really good on all the ones I have owned.
This is a real looker and by all standards has held up the good name of Peugeot.