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Sep 1, 2019 at 7:01
Sep 1, 2019

WTB aluminum 24"/26" disc MTB frame/fork

$300 USD
Looking for a nice, lightweight 24" AND 26" disc kids' MTB frameset (rigid fork). Must accommodate a 2.3/2.4" rear tire. Brands like Trailcraft, et al. Willing to pay a fair amount and pay for shipping. I don't need wheels or brakes, but would be willing to consider other components, depending on the specifics.

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Jul 26, 2019 at 7:52
Jul 26, 2019
Jul 26, 2019 at 7:37
Jul 26, 2019

Ellis road bike: handbuilt, lugged steel, Di2; 57cm

$4000 USD
I'm selling my custom-built, handmade, lugged steel Ellis Cycles road bike. It is just absolutely a thing of beauty, both to look at and to ride. I'm only selling it to fund a new Ellis Strada Fango combination gravel/road frame. Here's your chance at owning and riding a fine piece of craftsmanship at a fraction of the cost of a new frame. Specs: Full Ultegra Di2 drivetrain and brakes. Frame is designed around the Di2 system, with internally-routed cables and an integrated battery mount. Ultegra hubs w Mavic Open Pro rims. Compact front chainrings (50/34) with 10-speed 11-28 rear cassette. 172.5 mm cranks. Chris King headset. Originally built in 2008 (Ellis Cycles #11). Di2 upgrade and new paint job in 2014. Comes with an extra wheelset (Novatec hubs and Maddux rims) and a 2 sets of like-new Conti 25c Gatorskin tires. The bike has been meticulously cared for and never crashed. There are *very* minor cosmetic issues as you'd find on any bike. I am running 28c tires, but there is possibly room for 30c, depending on the actual width. To purchase this bike new today would be $3,500 for the frame and fork only, then at least another $2,500 for the Di2 system and components. Price is firm as described. I am willing to entertain offers that don't include the Di2 components (shifters and derailleurs), but not as a frameset only. Saddle and pedals not included. More photos available upon request to serious potential buyers. Free shipping via Bikeflights to anywhere in the continental US. Dave Wages has won numerous awards for his frames over the years. Read about him and Ellis Cycles here:

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