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Mar 23, 2018 at 6:41Mar 23, 2018
I have a close to new 2018 Mongoose Selous Expert gravel road bike size medium. Bike has around 50-60 miles of light use on it. It as been used for light fitness rides, mostly on paved roads for a handful of rides. This is a very fun and playful bike that can really do it all. Mongoose stepped up their game for this one, and put on some great components as well. If you look at reviews, this bike shines! I'm looking to get rid of it ASAP, so please hit me up with a good offer! Call or text four0eightsixsixsixsixfour3eight The below details are from Mongoose website: Gravel grind or just unwind. The Selous is a versatile performer. Fitness riding, gravel grinding, trail gliding, fun weekend romps. All that and more is what you get with the Mongoose Selous. Though it's a true gravel grinder by nature, the Selous has big multi-use tires and a powerful carbon fork for off-road riding, yet still has lightweight componentry for speedy morning commutes. It's a road bike you can take off-road, a gravel grinder you can commute with, and a fitness bike for everyday riding, all wrapped up into one smooth ride. Enjoy the best of both worlds on the Mongoose Selous. Specs: Frame: Double-butted Gravel Grinder with clearance for 40c tires, rear 12 mm thru-axle, and post mount rear brake mounts Fork: Carbon fork taper with thru-axle and post mount with 40C clearance Crank: FSA Gossamer 34/50T EVO 386 BB Bottom Bracket: FSA EVO Shifters: Shimano® STRS-785 hydraulic road 11-speed Cog Set: Shimano® CS5800 11-32T 11-speed Chain: KMC® X11 Front Derailleur: Shimano® FD-5800 Rear Derailleur: Shimano® RD-5800L 105 Wheel Size: 700c Rims: Alex® 700c Volar 2.3 tubeless-ready Front Hub: Xsposure thru-axle hubs 100 front Pedals: New VP Clipless Handlebar: Double-butted drop bar Stem: 3D forged 6061 with 31.8 mm clamp Headset: Xposure Brake Levers: Shimano® STRS-785 Spokes: Stainless steel Saddle: Mongoose® Cross Seat Post: 2014 alloy 27.2 _ 350 m
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Jun 11, 2014 at 13:45Jun 11, 2014
Jun 11, 2014 at 13:44Jun 11, 2014
I have a brand new never used still in box Bell Moto 9 MX helmet . Size XL, color: Carbon Emblem White. Brand new the helmet goes for $550, I'm asking $350 or best offer asap. Pm if interested. **Info from Bell website:** No excuses, no extra weight, and no BS. Simply put, the Moto-9 Carbon is the most advanced and progressive MX helmet ever. From the Ultra-light TriMatrix construction to exceptional features like the Velocity Flow Ventilation system and Flying Bridge Visor with QuickFlip adjustment, every inch of the Moto-9 Carbon was designed and developed for performance.
Jun 11, 2014 at 11:37Jun 11, 2014
I have a brand new Sony Alpha SEL18200 E-mount 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 OSS Lens. Bought it with the Sony FS700 and never used it once! Cheapest I found online for this lens is $700, I'm asking $450 or best offer asap. PM if interested. **Product Description from Sony website:** The Sony 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 DT Lens for NEX Cameras is a can-do lens that can handle everything from wide landscape photos to portraits to sports, action and even wildlife photography with the telephoto up to 200mm. And the results will be brilliant, with ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass that minimizes flare and greatly reduces chromatic aberration, fast internal focusing, 13 groups and 15 elements (including aspherical elements that correct visual aberrations across the entire zoom range), and a circular aperture for more pleasing out-of-focus areas. This lens is not recommended for use with full-frame DSLRs.
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