This is a 1985 Fuji Allegro in Victory Blue with White Lettering. It is a 25″ / 63 cm / Large (center of bottom bracket to top of seat tube) Lugged Steel frame with a steel fork. The stand over height is 35″ directly in front of the saddle.
There are 12 speeds available through the Sugino VT two ring (42/52t) crankset with 170mm arms and the Suntour Perfect 6 gear (14-30t) freewheel.
The rear derailleur is a Fuji branded Suntour VX S and the front is a Suntour NSL. Shifting is through Stem Mounted Suntour Friction Shifters.
Both wheels are polished alloy Ukai rims drilled for Shrader valves but which have Presta valves adapters installed and are laced to Sansin alloy hubs. The front is a quick release. Both wheels have brand new 27″ x 1 1/14″ gum wall tires. The dropouts are Suntour as are the fork ends.
Braking is handled by alloy Dia Compe 500 Sidepulls with quick release. The brake levers are alloy Dia Compe levers with Safety Extensions so you can reach the brake levers while riding on the top of the handlebars.
The new black vinyl saddle is mounted to an alloy seat post that moves freely in the seat tube.
Chrome Nitto Olympiade handlebars with black handlebar tape are mounted to an alloy Nitto stem. The stem is NOT frozen in the steerer tube.
There are eyelets for a rear rack and front and rear fenders. There is also a handy kickstand.
The bicycle rides, turns, stops and shifts through all of the gears and rings as it should.
This bicycle has been in the same family since new, passing from father to son. The paint is glossy and has solid Suntour components. It has new tires, handlebar tape and saddle. Claimed weight of 27.2 lbs. Probably best for riders 6’1″-6’3″
For less than the price of a generic Bike Shaped Object that anyone might buy online or from a store that sells bicycles in the Toy Department, you could be riding this vintage bicycle with quality components. The fact that it is still rolling down the road is a testament to how well it was built.
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