It would probably sell fairly quickly for somewhere around $250 in the SF area, so that is it's relative "worth" in that market. Assuming od course that it is a good, clean example. It would be worth less if it shows signs of obvious wear, and needs maintenance or stuff like tires/tape, etc. Good bikes, and popular. This one has the added value of being a smaller size (52cm), and there are a ton of women in that area that are looking for road bikes.
For reference, I sold an Ironman Master last Christmas to a young lady in The City. I was asking $280 and took $260, and had a few others interested.
If you like the bike, it is clean, and it fits you, go talk to the owner and see what their bottom line is. Right now, everyone is looking for a good bike, so you might have to pay a bit more to get what you want.
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