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Motobecane Nomade

Ce vélo est un bateau à monter, mais je l'ai aimé, même si elle est une "entrée de gamme" Motobécane. Mettez beaucoup de kilométrage sur elle, je l'ai toujours, mais il peut-être besoin d'un peu d'une refonte, je suis monté 1 ou 2 hivers ainsi. This is a early to mid '70s Nomade, some early Nomades had a tubing that was not your usual , bike close to never rusts, a fun bike though I have a lighter bike, the Nomade rides nice, low gear and I'm up a hill, sort of like a roadster. The last picture is a different bike but similar make, it is a Motonconfort made by Motobecane, a prestigious bike and I think both frames are close to the same. Je dois aussi un cadre Motobécane Nomade vert, mais quiconque a mis les accessoires sur les premiers mis de taux sur Arabesque, Shimano, Mavic. Et comme on dit, en quelque sorte ce vélo rouille peine.

Thin Tubing, Motobecane


Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Solida Cottered Crank, Steel


Huret components, front and rear

Pivo Stem, new shallow drop bars

Motobecane leather

Weinmann Vanquer Center Pull.

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:

handlebar bottle cage, minoura lamp fixture on left fork, Bell Bell, Pletscher rear rack, lights and rear lights.

More Info:
Good paint job, bike does not rust.

Added by raleighgranprix. Last updated over 7 years ago.



pearleen says:

très bien :-)

Posted over 7 years ago


OldRoadieTehachapi says:

The Nomad always reminds me of a Peugeot U08. A great and solid all around bike.

Posted over 8 years ago


raleighgranprix says:

I may not really be that bonkers over the Nomade; but the thing is, about 11 years ago, I found it at a garage sale right after my Peugeot UO8 was stolen, actually stolen. So, I felt in a way, the cycling gods smiled upon me and meant me to have it. Now, it's hard to ride being a bit too big but I'll see. Thank you for the remark.

Posted over 8 years ago


sloman says:

very nice.

Posted almost 9 years ago


ghostridethewhip says:


Posted over 7 years ago