OK, this is going to be hard for me, but I have to give up a couple of bikes that I really like. I have come to terms with the fact that the funnest of our local riding is pretty much over until the snow melts next year, But I have some other devious plans in the works, but they all take money, so off to market they go.
I’ve already posted one up before, had a buyer for it, who ultimately welched on me after about 3 weeks, during which time I could have sold it 3 times over. So here we go again.
This is a large 2009 Milk Dud ano Niner WFO, and it comes with the following:
Stock FSA headset, Thomson X4 stem, Easton Monkey Lite bars, Ergon GE1 grips, Marzocchi 44 tapered fork, XT direct mount front derailleur, Truvative Noir cranks (36-22), GXP BB, XO rear deraillieur, PG990 11-34 cassette, PC991CS chain, X9 trigger shifters, Avid Elixir CR brakes (185/160 rotors). Newly rebuilt Crank Bros Joplin post w/ remote, WTB Devo saddle, WTB Dissent tires (practically brand new) I9 classic hubs (also practically brand new) laced to Stan’s Flow rims with DT Comp spokes.
The frame is 135mm rear spacing, but has the DHX Air rear shock and Maxle rear drop out. super fun to ride, but has been collecting dust lately.
Price is $2500
This one draws a tear to my eye, but:
Large 2009 Niner RIP9, full ano black.
Fox RL120 Fit fork, Cane Creek 110 headset, Thomson X4 stem, Ergon GE1 grips, Race Face Next SL carbon bars, Avid Elixir Mag CR brakes (185/185 rotors), Race Face Next SL cranks set as a double(36-22), King BB, PG990 11-34t cassette, PC991CS chain, Easton EC90 seatpost, WTB Devo saddle, XO triggers and rear derailleur, XTR front deraillieur. Wheels are I9s with I9 spokes laced to Stan’s Flow rims, with Panaracer Rampage tires. This bike also has the Maxle rear axle on it.
All this can be yours for $3000.
My beloved Salsa Primero
It’s a 49 cm frame (or 56 actual), full SRAM Force group with a Black Box ceramic BB, compact gearing, 50-34 front, 11-28 rear. Easton EC70 seatpost, WTB Devo saddle, EA 70 handlebars, Thomson X2 road stem, Fizik bar tape. The fork is an Alpha Q full carbon jobbie, King headset, and the wheels are Kings laced to Mavic CXP33 rims.
The bike is smooth and responsive, and weighs just a bit over 17 lbs. Not bad for steel eh? It probably has less than 600 miles on it, which is a shame. Someone else needs to love this bike appropriately.
$1700 takes it.
It pains me to let these guys go, but go they must. Feel free to contact me if you have a serious interest, and need additional info or pictures. I will ship the bikes anywhere in the continental US for the prices listed.
I have tons of other random little stuff too, but I’ll be putting that up on the ‘Bay. That is a good weekend project I can do while we hide from the weather, which is supposed to be absolute shite. Our first Nor’Easter is knockin on the door!