Shoryuken 4 eva
Oct 11, 2014 at 20:30Oct 11, 2014
Still like new! I got this trainer new a couple years ago and it works great but I just don't have the space to use it! Only used a couple of times the retail price on this guy was around $350, I'm only asking half that, $175! Everything you need is there except for the bike, but any QR rear wheel should fit in it so long as your wheel size is 700c. I'll even throw in the trainer tire since I won't need it anymore and that should save you a further $60 since them tires aint cheap either!
Oct 11, 2014 at 19:12Oct 11, 2014
I have a classic diamondback BMX from the 80's by the looks of the brushed aluminium frame, and it's still in great shape! I haven't used it in quite a while so, I've decided to let it go... it has a long top tube and skinny tires which was great for getting around the city. This old bike makes a great urban/city bike or just a collectors toy. everything has been kept in great working order since this bike is very easy to work on and replacement parts are dirt cheap. Most parts like the chainring, saddle, and even the grips are still original! Although the grips are getting a bit sticky and could be replaced... The only parts I've replaced are the freewheel, stem, pedals, and BB which all together cost less than $100. I paid 250 for it, fixed 'er up and rode it for a while, I'll give it to you for $175...Good deal!
Oct 11, 2014 at 18:34Oct 11, 2014
I have a Norco Indie with some custom parts that is collecting too much dust in my basement! Retail was about 925 after tax, with custom parts like the straitline lever blades and the WTB saddle this guy retailed well over 1400! I'm asking half that and I'll even throw in the lights and lock to go with it. Like I said this bike has barely been ridden at all and should still be considered a new bike! Custom parts include: -Avid Juicy brake set w/straitline lever blades (300 for brakes and 100 for lever blades) -Sram Holzfeller handlebar (60 bucks new) -WTB Pure Vee Saddle, these are my favourite saddles and I put them on every bike (75 new) -lock on comfort grips (15) -rechargeable safety lights front and rear (30 bucks each) -kryptonite cable lock (35) --- I don't recommend cable locks ever but I used this lock when I went to the corner store or a coffee shop NEVER anything else as these locks get cut VERY fast. About the Norco Indie: Built to be a commuter bike with a smooth ride and sporty geometry This bike had the best ride out of all the bikes I tried when I bought it. It's paint job is designed to blend in on a bike rack but still be sharp and sleek when being ridden. It has a 9 speed Shimano Deore drivetrain when still has a full life ahead of it (it has almost no wear in fact the stock grease on the chain is still going strong). It was built for commuters so, any standard pannier racks and fenders should fit on this bad boy no problem. BTW it is a size LARGE which is good for someone between 5-10' and 6-2'. Everything else should be pretty straight forward but shoot me an email if you have any questions or if you'd like to come and see it!
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