Purchased this classic off of eBay in earlier this year from the original owner - included the original sales receipt from May '82 (Thanks again, Scott!). Bike is in great shape, with only a minor top tube ding towards the seat tube and minimal scratches.

Specifications are all stock unless noted with an asterisk (*):
Frame size: 22 1/2"
Frame and Forks: Reynolds 531 with Campagnola dropouts
Crankset: Sugino AT Aero Mighty Tour triple 28-45-50
Front Derailleur: SunTour Cyclone* (original Huret Success replaced by original owner)
Rear Derailleur: Huret Eco-Duopar
Shifters: SunTour Barcon
Freewheel: SunTour Ultra 6 13-14-17-20-24-28
Chain: Sedisport
Brakes: Dia-Compe Gran Compe 450 Centerpull
Bar and Stem: Cinelli Giro d'Italia with Amish black leather bar wrap* (courtesy of Tom Sanders) and Cinelli stem
Seat Post: SR Laprade
Saddle: Brooks Team Professional* (original Avocet Touring I is stored away)
Pedals and Toe Clips: Platform with Christophe toe clips and straps (current straps replace the original Christophe toe straps)
Headset: Tange
Hubs: Suzue small flange
Rims: Rigida 700C
Water Bottles and Cages: Not original; top cage is REG, bottom is a no-name department store bottle cage; bottles are from the Cupertino Bike Shop, CA (also not original, but have very cool Campy-esque logos!)*
Front and Rear Racks: Not original; both period correct Blackburn racks*

Appearing in their first cycling photo shoot are Felix and Oscar (litter mates and best buds), who will be three years old in October '07 (N.B. they are wearing Gentle Leader collars, not muzzles!)

Ian Kersey
Williamsburg, VA



Trek 728 - side view


Trek 728 - drivetrain detail
Trek 728 - front end detail

Trek 728 - head on view

Trek 728 - with Felix and Oscar




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