Grammar have been my weak point ever. - its-chris
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May 25, 2016 at 10:525 hours
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May 25, 2016 at 10:505 hours
May 25, 2016 at 10:505 hours
Gotta make some room in my garage, so I need to sell my roadie. Parts are as follows: Frame: 2003 Specialized S-Works Allez, 56cm, Mario Cipollini zebra-stripe paint job Headset: FSA Integrated, sealed bearing Stem: Easton EA90, 100mm, 10° rise/drop Handlebar: Time carbon, 42cm width Shift/Brake Levers: Shimano 105 5800 STI Handlebar Tape: Cinelli faux cork, tan color Fork: Specialized Roubaix full carbon w/Zertz Brake Calipers: Shimano 105 5800 Front Derailleur: Shimano 105 5800 braze-on Front Derailleur Adapter: Shimano Di2 clamp Rear Derailleur: Shimano 105 5800 GS Cassette: Shimano Ultegra 6800, 11-32 Chain: Shimano CN-HG600 Cranks: Shimano 105 5800, 36/52 chainrings Pedals: Look Keo Classic Wheels: Shimano Ultegra 6800, tubeless-ready Tires: Clement Strada 700x25c, tanwall Seatpost: Thomson Masterpiece, 27.2 black Saddle: WTB Volt SLT, white Bike weight is about 18 lbs, which is not bad for an aluminum frame with mostly 105 components. The carbon fork and handlebar really help keep the front end comfortable on rougher roads. The 11-32 extended range cassette, coupled with the semi-compact chain rings, help you on both the ascents and the descents. The frame is a 56cm, which is good for riders between 5'9" and 5'11". I myself am on the taller side of that spectrum, so there is a fair amount of seat post showing, as you can see in the picture. Generally, companies refer to 56cm frames as "large". So if you ride an 18" or 19" MTB, this bike will fit you. Price is firm. No trades. Shipping within continental US only. PayPal required Scammers and lowballers will be ridiculed and/or reported.
May 25, 2016 at 10:475 hours
To make room for more bikes I am selling off my prized, ultra-rare SC Jackal BMX. Produced for only one year, the original Jackal was offered in both 20" and 24" wheel sizes for BMX racing. 150 total units were made, of which 75 were 20" and 75 were 24". A large percentage of both frames are now broken because they were actually used for racing back in the late 90s and early 2000s. My frame is raw polished aluminum, which I cleaned up and re-polished by hand. I removed as many small scratches as I could, and spent countless hours and gallons of rubbing compound bringing it back to its original luster. As such, the original decals have been removed. Only the "Made in USA" sticker on the seat tube remains. The parts are as follows: Frame: SC Jackal 24", polished (American BB, 1 1/8" head tube, v-brake/canti bosses w/hanger) Fork: original Answer Alumilite 24" race fork Headset: Chris King NoThreadset, pink Stem: Shadow Conspiracy machined, polished finish Handlebar: S&M cruiser, polished steel Grips: ODI Longneck ST flanged Brake Lever: Avid SD w/Ti hardware, silver Brake: Avid SD w/Ti hardware, silver Front Hub: Chris King BMX 36h, pink Rear Hub: Chris King BMX 36h, pink Spokes: DT Swiss Champion 2.0, silver Nipples: DT Swiss brass, silver Rims: Sun Ringle Envy 36h, black Tires: Intense Microknobby Mk3, 24x1.95" Seatpost: Thomson Elite w/Ti hardware, silver Saddle: WTB Deva, black Bottom Bracket Adapter: MRP American to Euro Bottom Bracket: Shimano XTR M952 Cranks: Shimano XTR M952 167.5mm, hand stripped/polished Spider: Hershey Racing 110x5, silver Chain Ring: Salsa Cycles 38t, silver Chain: KMC single speed, silver Cog: Chris King 16t Pedals: Fly Bikes Ruben, silver Overall weight is around 21 lbs. Will ship within the continental US. Paypal only. Buyer pays shipping. No trades. No lowball offers. No scams. Lowballers and scammers will be ridiculed and/or reported.
May 25, 2016 at 10:385 hours
This is a sweet 29er trail hardtail for a bargain price. Totally custom built (including wheels), with a unique SRAM/Shimano/KMC drivetrain you won't see anywhere else (until someone copies me because it's so cool). Parts are as follows: Frame: 2014 Trek Stache 8, black/neon, size 19" (18.5" actual), BB92, 12x142 rear axle, 31.6 seat post Headset: Cane Creek 40 ZS Fork: Formula 35, 120mm travel, 15mm through axle, rebound/compression/lockout/air spring Stem: Race Face Turbine 35, 50mm length Handlebar: Race Face Next 35, 760mm width Grips: Easton Lock On, neon color, large diameter Brakes: SRAM Guide RSC, 170mm Centerline rotors Crankset: E.13 TRS+, 170mm length Pedals: VP Harrier Chain Ring: E.13 Guide Ring M, 32t Chain: KMC X11SL DLC, black/neon Cassette: SRAM X01, 10-42 Derailleur: Shimano XTR M9000, GS cage Shifter: Shimano XTR M9000 trigger Front Hub: DT Swiss 350, 15x100, 32h Rear Hub: DT Swiss 350, 12x142, 32h, XD driver Rims: E.13 TRSr, 32h Spokes: DT Swiss Competition, black Nipples: DT Swiss Alloy, black/red Rear Tire: WTB Trailboss 29x2.25, TCS Light Front Tire: WTB Trailboss 29x2.4, TCS Light Seatpost: X-Fusion Hilo Strate, internal routing, 125mm drop, zero setback Saddle: Bontrager Evoke RL, titanium rails Current weight: 25 lbs The fork alone retailed for over $1000, so the entire bike is a huge steal at this price. Can ship via UPS to continental US only. Buyer pays shipping. Payment via Paypal only for non-local transaction. No trades, no lowball offers.
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