Bike for sale - $20
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Nice bike rides good if interested please contact me
Pricing's kinda ambitious as well for a department-store fixed/single.
Looks like a hipster starter bike and that the seller (millennial with poor mechanical aptitude) is trying to get most of the initial investment back.
Well even from the bad pic I can a fairly nice multibolt goose neck maybe landing gear forks most likely better 24inch based on frame style. But the add is scketchy as hell and the bike is likely hot stolen. I wouldn't go near this one even at the low price.
Bent fork. Now, this one looks different.
Feel free to disagree with me, but.....
"Size 54cm. Suit rider 170cm to 185cm"
Ok, it's not that wacky, but I wanted to complain somewhere. :D 185 is obviously almost 6ft1. A 6ft1 guy on a 54?! Parleeeeeze! And Caads have small head tubes. I'm sure it happens, but still......
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Well...for the price, the parts are worth it...
Or...you could, like in a previous posting here, put cardboard in place of the missing seat tube...I am sure that would hold a rider up to about 50 lbs! This is pretty amazing...makes you wonder how that section of seat tube got taken out!!!
Okay, I'll admit. It's a pretty entertaining build. Like if Dr Seuss went BMX.
Maybe he will get his price if some Who in Whoville thinks it's nice.
Custom Cruiser adult-sized fun - $450 (vancouver wa)
I am selling my custom-built Frankenstein cruiser, featuring 41" ape-hangers, a pair of 144-spoke Dayton wheels, purple tires, red vintage grips, red string seat. It is a bit of a silly project, but I'd like to sell it now as I've had my fun with it and would like to make some $$ off of it... and I want someone to enjoy it. Any questions?
Nice looking bike, but I think he meaured the seat tube all the way to the saddle.
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Classic TRIUMPH 3-speed Bicycle - $20 (Longfellow/South Minneapolis)
Yup, you read right: Here's a classic English-built TRIUMPH three-speed bicycle, as shown in the photos. No, it's not complete and yes, it needs a rear wheel and some cleaning up. These bicycles in good shape sell for $150 to $200 and more. This is a fine parts bike or the starting point for a restoration.
The frame's straight. The paint's nicely and evenly oxidized.
First $20 gets it.
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Way to put a positive spin on it.
Almost anything is worth $20. That's a good deal just for front wheel and fenders.
^ Yeah. Fixable by stripping the parts and throwing the frame in the skip...
maybe it's a lens effect or something, but the seatstays also appear to be very slightly bowed.
Ibis Scorcher w/goofy blue anodized parts, only $9,900.