$50 for both. Tried (desperately) to like these, but they drop bottles off road with no provocation. Might be a good piece for your road bike.
Look like this:
Not crashed, no damage (other than normal bottle scuffs).
For sale, barely ridden (shop worn, may have scuffs, highlighted in listing). This bike was formerly built with "butterfly" handlebars, and is shown here re-built using drop bars and STI shifters.
Frame/fork: Soma Double Cross Cantilever. 54cm frame
Handlebars: Civia 40cm...
Car got rear ended--car is not damaged, but the bike rack is pretzel shaped. I ordered a replacement/was reimbursed, but that leaves me with a 1-month period where I have to shove a bike inside a compact car. Not an appealing process.
Anyway, putting out feelers here.
Above, cleaning out unused/no-longer-useful stuff:
K-edge "Gravity" mounts (top cap replacement). One is Wahoo, one is Garmin. $15 each
Garmin remote. Page screens, lap, and one set-able command. $35
Wolf Tooth bolt-on axle for Rockshox. Fits current 110/15 forks. $30
I'm buying into a bowl-lift mixer, so I'm selling my tilt-head KitchenAid. This is the top-level tilt-head that they make (325 watts), and I've replaced all the crappy coated mixing heads with the all-stainless versions ($80 additional). There are a couple of small scuffs on the base, but...
I was ambivalent about them. Lukewarm might be cutting them a lot of slack. Zwift got a whole raised eyebrow from me.
Standard stuff: I'd rather ride outdoors, doesn't feel the same, gimmicky, etc...
Well, I gave it a few goes to see if I could even deal with it mentally (I can), then I tried...
...make winter shoes that don't suck? I couldn't find mine, and in desperation, I bought some MW-501's since they were the only ones in stock that I could get easily.
On two successive colder days (32+28, night/windy) I was sweating with thin 'hiking' socks. I have cold feet, and in older...
Information in the title, pictures tell the story (They're hollow aluminum cranks, so no, I didn't put crank arm protectors on them, since they can proudly wear scars without being demolished). These take Shimano's new proprietary chainrings, which Wolftooth already makes a mounting spider for...
Took a chance due to low stock everywhere, and was off by 2mm of it working. Not going to eyeball this again. I have two of these, one in retail packaging, one mounted but definitely not ridden.
Look like this:
Again, these are 174mm long. That's probably a 142mm rear end, unless you've...
Green Chris King bottom bracket, freshly overhauled using Motorex 2000, for those discerning enough to care. Spins well, with no damage other than tool wear.
For sale for $100, or trade for the same in black or gold.
Will also entertain trade for a new XTR bottom bracket (SM-BB93).
Partial placeholder post, stuff to be added over the course of the week.
WTB Ranger 29x3, fast/light. Good grip, if somewhat fragile tires. This one lived on the front of a bike for roughly 500 miles. It has one (proper, vulcanized) patch from a tread puncture.
I've ridden these tires...
I bought a handful of these for my bicycles, and am selling the balance.
If you are unaware, most of Rockshox's "trail" forks have the dropouts milled extra-large for proprietary (well, I'll be fair. DT Swiss makes them, too) end caps to stiffen(?) the fork. I personally am not using that...
Going to head up to the Sterling area in late September--anyone have a current GPX file of a 1-2 hour ride? I've never been, and would like not to get lost/go the 'wrong' way.
I'm usually riding Hartshorne 3-4 times a week, for reference.
Excellent used condition, no scratches/etc. The mounts/remote/wheel sensor are all unused.
All this for $175. Please note, the wheel sensor wasn't included with this originally, and is $40 by itself!
Pickup in Colts Neck/pay for shipping.
Got a bunch of stuff for sale:
XTR-M970 crank, 175mm, with 30t Oneup oval ring, Yumeya attachment bolt ($$$), extractor tool ($30 tool by itself)/bearing preload tool. For those interested, this crank uses almost exactly the same interface as the new XTR crank, but requires the extra tool to...