Oct 1, 2019 at 6:57Oct 1, 2019
FSA Gossamer crankset, with 50 and 34 size chainrings. 175mm crankarms. With nearly new BB. The crank arms are in good shape. The rings have seen some wear. The bottom bracket is nearly new, b/c I replaced it just before taking it off. Good for road bike, gravel, or cyclocross (CX). Happy to swing a deal, if you prefer. You can see my other listings (especially my "wanted" add). $85 included crankset and bottom bracket.
Jun 16, 2019 at 8:21Jun 16, 2019
Price is for the PAIR (both tires included for this price). I'd rather not sell them individually. Kenda Nevegal X PRO, John Tomac signature series. Tubeless ready. DTC. Kenda SCT 120 TPI. Folding 27.5" (650b) x 2.35'' Front and Rear application Dual Tread Compound (DTC) KENDA SCT is the modification of existing Kenda tire technologies making them now compatible with fluid based tubeless conversion systems. folding bead Max PSI : 50 Lots of life left: ridden occasionally for 3 years by mellow, middle-age rider. These sell for $75 CAD each at Jenson ($87 CAD on Amazon.com). Great reviews. https://www.jensonusa.com/Kenda-Nevegal-Pro-275-Tire Each tire weighs 750 grams on my digital scale, which is quite light for tough, aggressive tires like these. If you'd rather make a deal, that works for me: https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/1947229/ Here's the manufacturer's blurb: The Kenda Nevegal Pro tire is no stranger to praise. For years, the Nevegal Pro has consistently been voted a winner by Mountain Bike Action Magazine and for good reason. Part of the John Tomac Signature Series, this model of the Nevegal Pro features Kenda's Dual Tread Compound which uses the L3R Pro compound (60 shore A durometer) in the center and the STICK-E compound (50 shore A durometer) for the corning knobs. The L3R Pro compound will improve the center tread life while the STICK-E compound provides plenty of grip and control when corning fast downhill turns. The tread pattern on the Nevegal Pro is perfect for hard-packed, rocky, dry terrain, however, also works well in slightly muddy conditions. The center knobs are ramped to provide traction while maintaining a low rolling resistance and the tall side knobs are designed to penetrate and hold on loose terrain. Compound: DTC (Dual Tread Compound)
Jun 16, 2019 at 8:07Jun 16, 2019
Used wheelset that came stock on my Norco hardtail mountain bike. Ridden occasionally for 3 yrs by non-aggressive middle-age rider. Spin true and nicely. For 6 bolt disc brakes Wheels are 27.5" (650b) Please note: one broken spoke on rear wheel. Wheelset does not include skewers or rotors. These could also fit some gravel bikes. If you'd rather make a deal, that works for me: https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/1947229/
May 20, 2019 at 11:43May 20, 2019
Used old front wheel. Hub spins nicely, rim is true. Brake track is worn. In many years of use I never needed to true this wheel. Chipped and ugly, but totally functional. Presta. With quick release axle, as shown. Please see my "Wanted" list, if you'd rather swap.
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Apr 25, 2019 at 6:44Apr 25, 2019
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Feb 17, 2019 at 12:16Feb 17, 2019
Jan 12, 2019 at 18:04Jan 12, 2019
Rear wheel: brand new Raleigh-built wheel with tags: Mach 204 rim, with Shimano Deore hub (brand new) Great for touring, commuting, or Clydesdale. I think Mach is a French company? Raleigh is British, Shimano is Japanese. This is a wide rim which can comfortably mount a big and wide tire. I'm guessing you're best bet is anything from a 700 x 30 to a 700 x 42. I bought this for my old commuter, then wound up buying a new bike. So it's never been used, never even had a tire mounted on it. 100% new, with a tag. Silver, double-wall rim. 32 spokes. Both the hub and the rim might be called "bombproof." Take that with a grain of salt, but this wheel should kick some pothole butt, carry heavy loads, and keep rolling in any season.
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Jan 12, 2019 at 17:50Jan 12, 2019
Jan 12, 2019 at 17:47Jan 12, 2019
This is a SHIMANO compatible wheelset, by Campagnolo. Yes, I know: that's weird, but it's for real. This is the Campy Khamsin CX asymmetric wheelset. The hubs are supposed to be extra-sealed against the mud and wet of cyclocross. These will ONLY work with a Shimano-compatible cassette (which includes most SRAM, but not Campy). What you get: * A front wheel that is used and worn, but in good condition. * A rear wheel that is NOT usable. I think you'll need to scrap the rim and keep the hub. I had my LBS true it once, and then eventually it went pretty badly out of true again, and my mechanic said I should let it go. So I'm assuming that means it's toast. If you want to rebuild, using the rear hub, super. The lacing is a bit weird: spokes don't go straight out from the hub. I don't know what that means, except that it's not standard. * When I finger the rims, there's definitely some brake wear to the rims. I assume there's lots of life left though. SO: I think you're getting a decent front wheel and a decent rear hub. 2 Campagnolo quick release skewers, of course. I'm the original owner: I bought these new from the UK and had them on my cyclocross bike for 2 years. I don't put on a lot of mileage, but I did use these in the Don Valley in the mud, on light single-track, for some city commuting, etc.
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Jan 12, 2019 at 15:18Jan 12, 2019
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