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They are: Tom Adams, , Mark Agree, Don Allgire, Peter Berger, Wayne Bingham, Alan Burnett, Larry Black, Dave Breitlow, Ed Brown, Colin Campbell, Dan Carlsson, Mark Carter, Andrew Chadwick, Chris Clement, Bill Clements, Chris Cleveland, John Colt, Nels Cone, Robert Cooke, Mark Crabtree, Julia De Grace, Kris Echert, Taryn Echert, Anita Edens, Dave Evans, David Feldman, Ivan Feldman, Erik Frey, Tim Fricker, Cory Fry, Rich Ferguson, Marsha Gill, Don Gillies, Dickey Greer, John Hallows, Lyle Hanson, D.Hansen, Keith Hatfull, Mitch Hawker, Sean Hickey, George Hoechst, Bill Howard, Jim Jack, Jennings Kilgore, Michael Johnson, John Keller, Steve Kurt, Jeff Kwapil, JP Lacy, Kevin Maher, Dave Mann, Steve Mann, Tom Marshall (T-mar), Tom Meara, Michael Mc Cullough, Marty Meison, Lou Miranda, Dale Mizer, Greg Mooncalf, Mike Marro, Kirt Murray, George Nenni, Larry Osborn, Dennis Pieper, Andy Poplawski, Chas. Roberts, Brandon Rouse, Roger Sacilotto, John Satory, Paul Schleck, Travis Sherwood, Dan Shindelar, Bruce Squires, Dave Staublin, Jay St.It wasn't until Shimano developed their "V-brake" (known generically as the side-pull cantilever or the direct pull brake) that a viable alternative to the traditional cantilever was available. The table below shows these two 520 characteristics through time.These data should be of use to people who plan to buy a vintage 520.The primary purpose of this site is to gather and disseminate information about early lugged, steel-framed road bikes made by the Trek Bicycle Corporation, Waterloo, Wisconsin.In response to popular demand, the site has expanded to include not-so-vintage Trek bikes of all kinds as new as 2012.This information was provided mostly by visitors to this site.This page also includes suggestions for estimating the current value of a Vintage Trek.
Serious touring bikes in the 80s and 90s were equipped with cantilever brakes (the classic center-pull cantilevers).
The unique and distinctive design, and relative rarity, adds to the value of these frames.
The 720/728 touring bikes, dating from 82-85 were (and still are) highly-rated bikes for serious touring.
The long chainstays, 47cm, provide heel clearance for the rear panniers, and contribute to a comfortable ride.
These frames and bikes are still highly sought after by knowledgeable tourists.