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Old 08-20-07, 11:11 PM   #1
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is this bike worth anything?

i've got this dyno compe from the early 90's hanging around and i'm thinking of selling it as i never ride it..

i really dont know anything about bmx and it wasn't even my bike to begin with, it sort of just got inherited...

here's some details on it..

Year: Early 90's (maybe 93?)
Tubing: chomoly 4130
rear pegs
Headset: odyssey gyro (sst oryg)
Saddle: mongoose (some wear)
Seatpost: Straight Dyno long seatpost.
wellgo pedals
20" tires (chang shin) (lots of tread left)
dia compe bulldog brakes front and rear (rubber in good shape)

is this anything?

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Old 08-21-07, 10:40 AM   #2
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oo man that is a ok bike back in the day. those brakes is where the money is at.
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Old 08-21-07, 11:13 AM   #3
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I will give you 25$ for it.
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here's one that fetched $86, but it still had the kickstand. you didn't mention that in your description.
http://cgi.ebay.com/1995-Dyno-Compe_...QQcmdZViewItem
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here's one that fetched $86, but it still had the kickstand. you didn't mention that in your description.
http://cgi.ebay.com/1995-Dyno-Compe_...QQcmdZViewItem

i have a kickstand i could put on it... i didnt think anyone would actually want one of those...

so 80 or 90 maybe is fair?
i got a jerky email from a guy on craigslist saying it wasn't worth anything at all and i should stop wasting everyone's time. i thought it was rude.

i relisted it as 100$ obo...
that's on craigslist...

maybe i should list on ebay...
i've never shipped a bike though so that's the 1 thing holding me back on it..
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i have a kickstand i could put on it... i didnt think anyone would actually want one of those...
they don't. That was an added bonus lol

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so 80 or 90 maybe is fair?
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i got a jerky email from a guy on craigslist saying it wasn't worth anything at all and i should stop wasting everyone's time. i thought it was rude.
yeah. Some people don't have jobs or goals, aside from hassling posters on Craigslist. I tried to sell a bass guitar on there once and I think the same guy must have emailed me.
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i've got this dyno compe from the early 90's hanging around and i'm thinking of selling it as i never ride it..

i really dont know anything about bmx and it wasn't even my bike to begin with, it sort of just got inherited...

here's some details on it..

Year: Early 90's (maybe 93?)
Tubing: chomoly 4130
rear pegs
Headset: odyssey gyro (sst oryg)
Saddle: mongoose (some wear)
Seatpost: Straight Dyno long seatpost.
wellgo pedals
20" tires (chang shin) (lots of tread left)
dia compe bulldog brakes front and rear (rubber in good shape)

is this anything?

err
Where are the photos ?

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Old 08-22-07, 11:07 PM   #10
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Evey person that puts a picture of their old school bike always has the seat post above the bars.
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That's the old school way.... .

Nice bike, chrome is always nice.

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Evey person that puts a picture of their old school bike always has the seat post above the bars.
And they usually have their bars leaning WAY forwards as well. Looks dumb IMHO.
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my robinsons are 45 degrees.(:
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Evey person that puts a picture of their old school bike always has the seat post above the bars.
alot of the tricks that we did required that the bar-end matched the seat nose height so that you could grip both with one hand. As stated, you don't sit much to ride, the seat just added function.

the bars pushed way forward? I dunno. I never got into that, mine were always in line with the forks/headtube - again, functional for barspins and whatnot.
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