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Old 04-30-12, 01:31 PM   #76
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Yo Spiff- Do you still have these available? I'm new to biking so I don't really have anything to trade, but I would be happy to cover the shipping.
No, I gave them away already. I do have a pair of Nashbar LQ8 shorts that I don't care for much. They fit me ok in the waist at a 42 and should fit up to a 44. The problem I have is I have short legs and the legs on these are really long, coming down over my knees. If you are interested in having those, I'm sure we can work something out. I see you have under 50 posts, so you won't be able to PM me back, but I'll send you my email address.
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Old 07-01-12, 08:31 PM   #77
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got a couple monster frames ones a mystery tourer and ones a mystery aluminum easton 6061 ultra light race bike and lastly is a austro daimler olympian all 531 seat tube got a little crunched by the kid who had it before in a repair stand
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vintage austro daimler olympian frameset in nice original light yellow paint nice windowed lugs gipiemme dropouts very few braze ons would make a very nice fixed gear or a prime candidate for a 650 conversion like i did i was planning on saving this for a winter bike but have decided to let it go instead it does have one small issue the seat tube was clamped too hard in a repair stand so it is a little squished HOWEVER this does not affect the ride or integrity of the frame at all ive done several hunder miles o this frame problem free and im no small dood if it were going to go anywhere it would have under me


TOURER
tough to the find (believe me i LOOKED) XL 64cm loaded touring frame with all the braze ons for all the bells and whistles including braze ons for cantilever brakes front and rear as well as brake cable housing rear stop double eyelets both front and rear for fenders and racks low rider rack mounts on the fork generator mount in the rear as well as routing for full lights through headset and out the bottom bracket and some other braze ons i dont know what theyre for! a decent frame that came with an ugly blue ish green paint job and now has an ugly black paint job i loaded this bike down with about 40 pountds of stuff i was bringing to a friend about 10 miles down the road and it preformed without problem exactly as it should have a nice rider no too whippy and fairly light for what it is and as big as it is


ALUMINUM RACER WITH EXTRAS


nice tall ultra light race frame with a few nice extras when i original got this frame it had a bunch of racing team decals as well as shimano and other bike part decals i stripped i down and discovered an easton ultra light 6061 stamp in the tubing it now sports a black paint job with kinesis roadfoil aluminum fork with contrasting chrome and it looks great together alo included in the sale will be a brand new installed ritchey logic threadless headset nice itm millenium threadless stem i believe 3t aluminum ergo bend bars and a truvativ elita crankset with external bearing bottom bracket this is pretty much new was installed on a couple things but switched out for something else and was only used once or twice everything is in excellant shape and has been recently greased (where applicable)

the frame measure
seat tube 62 center to center
seat tube 66 center to TOP
top tube 60 center to center





starting to get into older english lightweight stuff as well as american made stuff like the old treks in a similar size also would love a fillet brazed frame like one of the schwinns or a viscount/lambert as well as 90s campy front braze on derailleur as well as a rear and also on the look out for some well loved panniers like some of the old cannondale ones as well as a ss wool jersey probably a 2x would be good

please email me if you are interested in anything i dont have enough posts to PM
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Old 09-01-12, 12:09 AM   #78
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Women's Mt.Borah Micro Jersey size 3x. I wore it as a 2x and it had some roominess. Retails for about 50 bux.
Awesome condition, no rips stains or tears. There is a tiny snag or two probably easy to remove.




I don't have any bike stuff to trade but I crochet small animals/dolls/hats and I do stained glass. Any interested?
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Old 09-15-12, 10:40 PM   #79
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Ok getting me a pristine dream 21 day 6 bike. pump bottle/carrier computer light/radio tool pouch helmet etc..



I figure its a long shot but maybe another clyde lost weight and has what I need and can use what I have.

I am seeking either a Day 6 Samson (I am 405 pounds) or a Sun EZ3 HD (the heavy duty trike they make)

or some other recumbent or recumbent trike (semi or full) that can hold a 400 pound 6'4" tall rider.

I don't mind ponying up a little cash to even out an uneven trade. or if you like gadgets I can sweeten the pot a little (laptop mp3 dvd droids etc..)

I also have a PRISTINE red 26" Trek Mountain bike with the right trade I would not mind including that too.
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Old 10-10-12, 02:17 PM   #80
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3XL Thermal Jersey for trade (just want one without GWU on it)

I have a Voler full-zip thermal jersey size 3XL that's part of the official George Washington University team kit that I got while working there. I quit the school this past February and I just can't bring myself to wear anything that has their logo on it. Cold weather / winter is approaching so I'm hoping someone wants to trade with me.

The jersey has only been worn twice so it's like new. It's the older style GWU kit so it's actually an attractive jersey instead of that tan colored nightmare they have now.

Here's some pics of it:


If anyone has a 3XL thermal jersey they'd like to trade me, let me know. I'll try to get some pictures of it tonight.


Also, I have a GWU short sleeve jersey that was torn in a crash that you can have too if you want it. I'll never wear it again so if no one wants it I'll probably cut it into rags to use for cleaning my bike.

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I just listed some size 44 and size 46 toeclip shoes in the C&V thread....
I need a size 45....
please send pm-mike

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Old 11-27-12, 08:50 AM   #82
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I have some cycling themed t-shirts from Woot.com that are too big for me after dropping about 80 pounds. They are 2X's and 3X's.

My wife is now riding with me and I would be happy to trade for riding gear that might fit her, especially if it is in cute women's colors. She is about the equivalent of a men's 3X.

Or let me know what you have for trade. Might be something I can use.
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Old 03-05-13, 01:58 PM   #83
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I have numerous Cannondale SR framesets in 63cm from the '80's, some with good original paint and some have been painted or powdercoated.
I also have an '89 3.0, a CAD3,CAD4, and CAAD5 Complete bike. All 63cm.
I have 2 Cannondale ST's in 25", one complete ST500 and one powdercoated frameset. No cantilever brake frames.
Also have a Gitnt Team CFR carbon bike, or F&F whichever U desire.
I also have a whole bunch of components.

What I seek is a 27" (68.5cm) ST800 or ST1000 bike or frame and fork with cantilever brake posts, must be straight, but paint not important.
These don't happen to come up very often, but I thought I'd give it a try.
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I have a 69x60cm Cannondale Criterium 3 frame and fork. Early 90s, 1" threaded fork, oversized tubes, all that good stuff.
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I have a 69x60cm Cannondale Criterium 3 frame and fork. Early 90s, 1" threaded fork, oversized tubes, all that good stuff.
Is that the design with the cantilevered rear dropouts?
Or, do you mean CAD 3 ??

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Is that the design with the cantilevered rear dropouts?
Or, do you mean CAD 3 ??
Yea, the one with the cantilevered rear DOs. I measured again to confirm. 65cm ctc and 69 ctt. 60cm top tube.
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I'm not a fan of that frame design. I have one that is 63cm, and I didn't find it to be as stiff as the initial design, even though Bicycling Magazine tested that design (in 56cm) on their Tarantula and pronounced them the stiffest frame available.I have not seen any comparison to the earlier design, nor have I seen 63cm test results.
Maybe I've been too critical?
What are you looking for??
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Yea, the one with the cantilevered rear DOs. I measured again to confirm. 65cm ctc and 69 ctt. 60cm top tube.
What are you seeking in trade?
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Few items up for trade!

Specialized '74 Road Shoes(size 47):

Sweet supple kangaroo leather road shoes. Carbon sole. Ridiculously comfy. No more than 200 miles put on the shoes. Some scuffing on the bottom from attempts to clip in. Cleats are pretty worn from city riding, but still functional.




Look Keo 2 Max Pedals(white):

The finest road pedals you'll find without going Carbon. Composite body, chromoly axle. 130 grams per pedal. Easy to clip in and out of. Some light scuffing.


Ritchey Comp Seatpost:

Aluminum seatpost. 2-bolt seat clamp. Once upon a time, I took my main road bike with Brooks Saddle to SF for a day of riding. Over the course of the day, while parked, someone tried to steal my Brooks Saddle from this seatpost. They failed, as this seatpost happens to have a very effective clamping mechanism that makes it quite hard to take the saddle on and off(adjusting's a breeze though). Never had any issues, nice and light, but I'm a sucker for my old Thomson seatpost. 27.2mm/350mm.



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- Some nice SPD pedals.
- Paul Racer Brakes.
- Thomson Stem(110mm).
- Run something fun by me. I like trying new things.

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I have a 2012 Trek 1.5 in 64cm with 63 miles on it according to the computer. Big is a tad large for me, and I am looking for the same setup in a 60cm or 62cm. Would also trade frames only as long as I could swap all my components back without fitment issues.

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Fenders. I have two pairs I don't use because they are the wrong size. One is a "Slik" fender from Sette/Price Point designed for mountain bikes, and the other is a Nashbar commuter fender, size 26-28. Neither fit my Long Haul Trucker, which is running 32s. I'll trade for the right size fenders.
Still have these fenders..... contact me if you have something you want to trade.
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I have a pair of Shimano PD-A520 Sport SPD Pedals. Let me know what you have to offer. I am a noob so I can use just about anything

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I have a pair of Shimano PD-A520 Sport SPD Pedals. Let me know what you have to offer. I am a noob so I can use just about anything

I could use a pair of those for a new touring bike build.
I HAVE just about everything. What do you seek??
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Niel_B, I would be interested in the fenders, unfortunately I don't have enough posts to pm. What kind of goodies are you looking for to trade for them?

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I could use a pair of those for a new touring bike build.
I HAVE just about everything. What do you seek??
hmmmm I am a newbie so not sure what is a fair trade, but here are a few things I am trolling for on ebay:
tools - I have a multitool for the road, but could use some usual suspects for the home tool box
One of those CO2 inflators
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a lock device to replace/compliment my 2 ton Kryptonite beast
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[h=5]I've dropped down another size after a long plateau and have some clyde riding togs to offer.

3 pairs of Nashbar Isolation/Tecumseh shorts. These are my favorite riding shorts and I've now bought 5 pairs of the next size down. Label size is 3x, which fit me when I was between a 40-44" waist with 42" being about the perfect fit. The only difference between the two styles is the way the legs are finished off. Several of them have some minor cosmetic pilling inside the thigh where the velcro from a seat pack strap has rubbed. One of them has the center seam under the pad fraying a touch, but should be easy enough to stitch securely again.


4 pairs of Nashbar liner shorts, to be worn under street shorts. They use the same pad as the isolation shorts shown above. Label size is 2X, and fit about a 40-44" waist.


2 pairs of Bellwether shorts. Label size is 2X and as with the above, fit about 40-44" waist.



Just let me know what you may have available for trade.
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I also have a hi-vis yellow Pearl Izumi jersey that fits on the larger size of a 1x. Haven't taken a photo of that yet.
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Yo spiff, as I'm just getting started, I don't have much in the way of gear to trade bike related, but defiantly interested, as after putting on 70 miles my first week out, realizing I need some shorts!!!
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Yo spiff, as I'm just getting started, I don't have much in the way of gear to trade bike related, but defiantly interested, as after putting on 70 miles my first week out, realizing I need some shorts!!!
That's ok, I'm perfectly happy to pay it forward. Someone else on this forum did the same recently, sending some very nice Cannondale shorts for my wife. Since you are new on the forum, you won't be able to respond to a PM, but you can receive them, so I'll PM you my e-mail and we can make arrangements.
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MTB ladies seat. Very good condition..

Pay postage and you can have it.
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Ive out(under)grown my current bike shorts, aerotechs 3xl padded shorts. Looking for a pair that would fit a 40" waist. Mine are used but in nice condtion, can take a picture if you want.
These are the ones...
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