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Aug 9, 2017 at 20:35Aug 9, 2017
Aug 9, 2017 at 20:35Aug 9, 2017
This is a Hail Mary - does anyone have a 19.5 or maybe a 21" (L or XL) Dekerf hardtail frame that is sitting unloved? I don't need it to be perfect, but no dents or cracks and the paint should be decent. It is highly unlikely to be a 29er, but if it was, that would be ideal. I am hoping that an old 26er might turn up and make my day. Thanks for any offers!
Aug 8, 2017 at 16:17Aug 8, 2017
I have a great/mint condition black Hope seat clamp with QR in size 35mm. As I now use a dropper, there is really no need for a QR system - does anyone out there want to trade this for a standard bolted QR of similar quality in the same size? I am thinking Chromag / Hope / Straitline / Salsa or other similar well made item. I would be fine with black, red or orange, as long as it is in great condition - never overtorqued.
Apr 13, 2017 at 10:50Apr 13, 2017
I am in search of a decent frame for commuting/cruising the streets with my kids. 1) disc or rim-brake compatible 2) L or XL size 3) planned for a rigid fork - I have a 26" canti one I can use, but if you have a disc brake fork to include, I would consider it. 4) MAX budget of $300CAD (I will pay shipping as well if required); 5) Preferred budget is $150-200CAD 6) Headset in good shape would be a bonus. 7) scratched up is fine - just no rust or dents/cracks. I have seen plenty of old frames on here that would be very cool. Something like a Salsa / Ibis / Kona / Rocky / Ventana / Bontrager / etc, would add to the cool factor, but all offers considered.
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Apr 10, 2017 at 21:11Apr 10, 2017
Apr 10, 2017 at 21:10Apr 10, 2017
After 5yrs of ownership and maximum 25km of use, my wife has agreed to part with this Sycip Mixte. It was my dream to have her ride this, but her joy is in riding her 20yr old Fisher, so it's time to pass it along. It is mint - almost mistakeable for new. I see no scratches, marks or rubs of any type. The only imperfection is a MILD dent in the fender from when the builder shipped it to me. It is almost unnoticeable. The grips have a bit of discoloration from my dirty hands when moving it around my basement, so a new set and it'll appear as new. My wife is 5'6", so totally average height. It could be sized for a 5'3" to 5'10" person easily. It was custom made in Santa Rosa California for her, but totally neutral geometry - I asked for a nice stable handling city bike. Details: 4130 tubing (I think; might be Reynolds?) Pacenti crown fork Chris King headset Sycip Wonder Bar Sycip stem (110mm x 0deg) Cork grips Alfine 8spd drivetrain 36t Surly stainless ring Sugino RD3 170mm crankset Deore DX flat pedals VO stainless chain guard VO front cargo rack (I would like to keep this for her old bike, but will part with it if the buyer insists. VO match painted fenders King ISO front hub 32h Alfine rear hub 32h Velocity Blunt rims Clement X'plor 40mm tires (less than 10km) (Wheels were built by a pro builder in Switzerland) Avid BB7 MTB brakes Deore LX full length brake levers Generic Ritchey copy seatpost Brooks B67s saddle Not much else to say - it is the ultimate piece of ladies bike jewelry. I sunk a lot of dough into this bike and just trying to recover some cash. Asking $2200 + shipping if there is any, though I'd love to keep this local. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Mar 29, 2017 at 15:48Mar 29, 2017
I am testing the waters to see if anyone wants to trade my excellent condition 2011 Chorus 11spd groupset because I want to try Dura Ace 9000? Some say I am crazy, as Campy is the bomb, but I am curious to try something different. Basics for the Campagnolo are a 175mm x 50/34 (or 36t) crankset / 12-25 cassette. Record black skeleton brake calipers because II couldn't get black Chorus calipers at the time. works perfectly / never crashed or raced. I'd like the same for the Dura Ace stuff - I would go for a 172.5mm x 52/36t crankset though, but not fussed if it isn't. Condition must be stellar. I am happy to toss in some extra cash depending on the arrangement. Thanks for any replies! Darren
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Feb 23, 2017 at 20:59Feb 23, 2017
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Feb 23, 2017 at 18:54Feb 23, 2017
Feb 23, 2017 at 18:45Feb 23, 2017
After much debate, I've decided to sell my Athena group. It is a special group because it is Ultrahift/ultratorque - more reliable, better shifting than the new Campy Powertorque stuff. The group has about 200 km on it, so virtually new. It could go on a new bike and look the part. The all alloy of this vintage is rare and looks nicer than Potenza, in my opinion. - 175mm x 50/34 crankset - BSA bottom bracket - 12x25 Chorus cassette w lockring - 11spd chain with missing link - Braze on front derailleur - Standard rear derailleur - Ergopower shifter/brake levers: professionally modified by Campy U.K. to be completely alloy - otherwise unattainable. Levers say 'Centaur' but they are 11spd Athena in every way. - TRP Spyre carbon disc brake calipers All works flawlessly. If you don't do disc brakes, I would drop $100 off the price - making it $525. Shipping is the buyers responsibility, and I am happy to ship any way you like! Please let me know if you have any questions.