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1989 Centurion Dave Scott Ironman Expert

Fully reconditioned with the following new parts: fork, headset, spacers, handlebar, stem, black cork tape, plugs, levers with spring returns and black hoods, 105 dual pivot brakes, seat, cables, wires, and Blackburn frame pump. Original parts: Suntour GPX Groupo (Crankset, Wheels, Derailleurs, Freewheel and shifters with AccuShift index shifting). Clip-on Tri bars. Sold to Glenn in MOSCOW, ID.

1989 61 cm / 24" Centurion Dave Scott Ironman Expert - Tange #1 seemless Double Butted Cro-Moly steel fully lugged with bosses for two water bottles.

Kestrel EMS Pro carbon Fork w/ CrMo steer tube, Aheadset Headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Suntour GPX double crankset, Suntour GPX BB

Suntour SY-1 Pedals with Avenir steel toe clips and Avenir black leather straps.

Suntour 52-42 chainrings, Suntour 7 speed AccuShift 13-24 Freewheel, Suntour 7speed chain.

Suntour GPX derailleurs, Suntour GPX AccuShift (indexed) downtube shifters

46cm 6061 Alloy Ergo Handlebars wrapped with black Cinelli Cork Tape, Bontrager stem

Specialized Avatar BG (Body Geometry) 143 saddle on an SR Laprade Alloy Seatpost

Shimano black 105 Dual Pivot brakes, Generic alloy aero brake levers with black hoods

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Suntour GPX low flange Hub laced 3X to 36 hole Araya CTL-370 rims, GPX QR, 700 x 25c Continetal Supersport 2000 tire

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Suntour GPX low flange freeweel Hub laced 3X to 36 hole Araya CTL-370 rims, GPX QR, 700 x 25c Continetal Supersport 2000 tire

New brake cables and wires, Blackburn frame pump, Clip-on Tri bars.

More Info:
More pictures and details can be found on this bikes Flickr set at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/97652170@N00/sets/72157600129337500/ Sold to Glenn in MOSCOW, ID.

Added by sibkis. Last updated almost 12 years ago.

As of almost 12 years ago, sibkis has indicated that they no longer own this bike.



chapel says:

Love it. This came with the Suntour GPX group? I always thought Ironman bikes came with 105 or 600

Posted over 10 years ago


sibkis says:

Different versions of this Centurian Ironman came with different component groups. As you have mentioned I've seen all three of them :-)

Posted about 6 years ago


sibkis says:

I came across the above 1989 Centurion Dave Scott Ironman Expert when it was advertised in our local "Bargain News". When I went to check it out I saw that the fork was bent back and twisted and the saddle was all torn up. It had run into something but the owner played dumb. I told him it wasn't ride-able and started to walk away. Then he said he would sell it for $40 just to have it moved out of his shed. Since it came with a full Suntour GPX Groupo (Crankset, Bottom Bracket, Hubs, Headset, Derailleurs, Freewheel, Brakes, Brake Levers, Pedals and Downtube Shifters with AccuShift indexed shifting) I figured it could at least be stripped down for parts. I cleaned it up and brought it to my LBS (local bike shop) to ask them if it was worth fixing. They said that besides needing a new fork, headset and saddle - the front brake was also bent. Well I found a cheap carbon fork, and some black Shimano 105 Dual pivot brakes on sale at BikeNashbar.com and then won a Specialized Avatar Body Geometry Saddle on Ebay. The rebuild was on. Once it was fixed up it turned out to be a great ride. By this time I had the bike building bug and I began to built up a 2003 KHS Flite 800 frame. When bike parts keep arriving every other day - the Mrs. started hounding me that I didn't need two race bikes and this new hobby must be getting expensive! I caved in and ended up selling it for what I had invested in it but still regret it today.

Posted almost 12 years ago