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There are many options to privately and publicly self-share photos of your Peugeot bicycles on the internet (e.g., Bike Forums, Facebook, Flickr, Photobucket, Tontonvelo Forum...).

This Bicycle Galleries webpage is intended to be a portal to websites or webpages that present original or correclty restored Peugeot bicycles. I have also shared photos and information for some original, correctly restored or modified Peugeot bicycles as well as other brands from my collection.

If you have a website or webpage, or know of one that displays an original or correctly restored Peugeot bicycle, please Contact Me and send the URL address, and I will link from this webpage.

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Peugeot 1972 AO8

This bicycle inspired the BikeBoomPeugeot website. It was purchaed by my father in 1972 from Visentin's Bike & Mower in Oyster Bay, New York and occasionally ridden by me during my youth on Long Island. I have been told that white AO8's were not common. The bicycle spent much of its life hanging from our garage ceiling and is therefore mostly original and in great condition. The original pedals were missing so they were replaced with NOS, along with the cables and housings, and tires. The bicycle came factory-equipped with a non-standard DEA Super Chrome front rim. The headtube, bottom bracket, and hubs were rebuilt with Sunlite ball bearings and Phil Wood grease.


Frame Size: 23" (56 cm) Hubs: Atom low flange, Huret Luxe wingnuts
Frame: Plain-gauge steel, serial # 2400884 Rear Derailleur: Simplex Prestige 637/P (NOS)
Fork: Plain-gauge steel Front Derailleur: Simplex Prestige AV 223
Handlebar: AVA chromed steel, 39.0 mm c/c, Velox plugs, Plastilac tape Shifting Lever: Simplex Prestige (Lever Ref. 2952)
Stem: AVA 65 mm reach, 22.0 mm quill, 25.0 mm clamp Brakes: MAFAC Racer
Saddle: ADGA 28A, chromed steel pillar post, 22.0 mm with seat tube shim Rims: Rigida 27x1¼ " Chrolux Chromage Superieur
Crankset: CYCLO cottered steel, 52-40 Tires: Kenda 27x1¼ " (NOS)
Freewheel: CYCLO 72, 14-16-19-22-26 (English thread) Spokes: Steel
Chain: Sedis, 112 links Pedals: Lyotard 36 Course (English thread) (NOS)
Accessories: MAFAC Tool bag, AD-HOC Ventolux pump

Peugeot 1972 PX10

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Last Updated 6 March 2024