The model which introduced the Centurion brand and probably the most popular model through 1984 It evolved constantly over the years, LeMans RS model, Centurion's very popular, income-generating, mid-priced machine.
1976 high-tensile steel frame,10-speed Front Derailleur: Suntour SL Rear Derailleur: Suntour V-GT Luxe Shifters: Suntour Barcons Freewheel: Suntour Pro-Compe Cranks: SR Apex Brakes: Dia-Compe Centerpull Rims: Araya Hubs: Suntour Sunshine Bars: Sakae Road Champion Randonneur Seat: Elina Super Pro
1980s (Early) 12-speed with a Tange Infinity tubeset and a mix of Suntour and Sugino components.
1987 it boasted the somewhat lighter and seamless double-butted Tange #2 tubeset and Shimano's "Light Action, Light Touch" group.
Early 70s Model
Frame: Tange #2
Fork: Tange 2001 Mangaloy
Stays: Tange 2001 Mangaloy
Grouppo: drivetrain was complete Shimano Exage Sport, including pedals.
Wheels: Exage Sport hubs laced to Araya 700C rims.
Freewheel: 12-26T, 6 speed cassette
Bars: Kusuki aluminum models
Stem: Kusuki aluminum models.
Saddle: Centurion branded Vetta.
Weight:claimed 24.5 lbs ( 56cm frame).
Sizes 46, 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60 & 64 cm.
MSRP $425 US retail.
1989 it appeared with the Tange #2 tubeset but fitted with Shimano Sport LX components.
It was availble in 18" and 19" frames..
In the mid 70's the LeMans sold for $139. and the Super LeMans for $189.