Hi my name is Joey V and I am form Madawaska County, New-Brunswick, Canada.
Hoping you could post my Peugeot on your site… which is great by the way! It’s a really fun site…congratulations on such a great idea and execution!
Here’s the info on my bike:
Peugeot PH-10L Frame: Peugeot Carbolite 103 – 57cm – Mid 80′s (Probably 86)
Handle bars: SR World Randonneur
Stem: Stock – No name alloy
Fork: Peugeot Stock
Headset: Threaded – Peugeot stock – French sized
Front Wheel: 700c Hub: Maillard 21 85 / Rim: Alloy 25mm – doubled walled – spoke eyelets / Tire: Vittoria Zaffiro – 28mm
Rear Wheel: 700c / Hub: Maillard Helico Matic / Rim: Alloy 25mm – doubled walled – spoke eyelets / Tire: Vittoria Zaffiro – 28mm
Crankset: S – Made in France (Probably Simplex) Bottom
Bracket: Stock – No Name
Saddle: Selle Royal Soft Fit
Seat Post: Stock – French diameter
Pedals: SR SP-12 – Made in Japan
Shifters / Derailers: Simplex all around
Brakes: CLB / Brake Levers: Weinmann Gearing: 12 Speed / 52-48 / 24-14
Bought this bike last spring from someone who switched to a mountain bike – practically gave it away. Changed the handle bars and tape, brake levers, tires and took it all apart and oiled and greased everything… runs amazing. I really like this Made in France Peugeot. I’m a big fan of Peugeot bikes (The ones made in France and Canada), they were really well built and they run amazing compared to other bikes of that era in the same price range – maybe to the exception of some made in Japan bikes (like some of the Univegas for example). I’m really happy to have this bike, especially for the price I paid.
Have a great day!