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Apr 10, 2019 at 7:51Apr 10, 2019
Walmart Launches High-End 'Viathon' Bike Brand
Pure evil. The Walmart business model is to wipe out all the small businesses - AKA your LOCAL bike shop. The guys we all need for PROPER service and knowledge. Wouldn't consider one of these bikes regardless of price.
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Mar 26, 2012 at 11:36Mar 26, 2012
Mar 26, 2012 at 11:32Mar 26, 2012
Near flawless Rocky Mountain Team Comp mountain bike. 19" frame (fits about 5"-10" to 6"-2"). Original owner. Tange Prestige Ultimate Ultralight frame with Ritchey dropouts, Deore components, 21 speed, Manitou fork. Well cared for. This bike was purchased new by me in 1993 and has never been abused or crashed. Paint is in amazing condition, almost scratch free. Pedals, lights, computer not included. Obviously not the latest and greatest, so this is more likely to appeal to someone who appreciates classic RM bikes. Update. Seems this bike is kind of hard to track. Lots of online chatter about the Team Comp. Nobody seems to know where it fits into the Rocky lineup. Does not seem to appear in any brochures. I even contacted RM and they had little info to offer, except that it is rare. Only has a 4 digit serial number (4197) which I'm trying to track down.
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Oct 16, 2011 at 6:42Oct 16, 2011
Aug 23, 2011 at 18:29Aug 23, 2011
Christmas is coming! Get this gem for your cycling fan! Price reduded to $4900! This 58cm size is the Limited Edition Signature Series bike made to commemorate Armstrong's first Tour de France win in 1999. The same frame as his bike - TREK's famous carbon frame. This is bike 914 of 1999 made and comes with a signed certificate of authenticity as well as a number plate on the bike. Full Dura-ace components. This one, however has a few features that set it far apart from the rest. This one is virtually new - less that 300km of use, never in the rain, never dropped, always stored indoors. I ride it 2 or 3 times a year max and only if there is no chance of rain. Another huge bonus is the super rare Mavic Ksyrium SSL SC Tour de France 100th Anniversary wheelset with one yellow spoke on each - and are a numbered set. US Postal team saddle, Chris King headset, Deda bar. For the collector however, the bike was signed in person by Lance Armstrong in Sept 2005 while he was in Alberta for a Tour of Courage event, shortly after his seventh TDF win. I followed the group most of the day and was lucky enough to get him to sign it just at the end of the day. Below his autograph on the headtube is a 7X, representing 7 wins, a nice match for the 1999 Tour de France Champion label near the seat tube. I doubt there is another bike with these features and condition anywhere.