What are these models?
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What are these models?
Here's one in Chicago.
I have a mixte frame with a 21" seat tube. I had a 20" that I sold a while ago, too. So taller frames are out there. I found both on CL....
Whoa! That's kind of sad, actually.
Oh man, that is way better. I blocked that little ad in the corner and all the gradients. Thanks!
Oh wait. There it is. Still, not a fan.
I am NOT a fan. I miss the quick reply box that was at the bottom of the page.
I've only got one stud, but he's a good one.
Whoops! Good work, ish.
If you two are both taking about the green and pink Stumpjumper...
...then it is the 88 according to...
My transaction with slushlover was super easy. His price was fair, he drove to meet me half way and the bike was as described.
I do! I think it was Chicago Al who tipped me off to this website:
It's great for searching CL in neighboring cities.
Well, I thought about it and compared geometry in some catalogs and I think 18.5 would be my most accurate fit without actually getting on a bike. I think I could take a 17 or 19", I just eliminated...
Thanks E, you certainly know your mountain bikes!
Ok, folks. I've eliminated the Bridgestones for being too big or having friction shifting. So I'm thinking about the:
My other two bikes are a fixie and a SS. So, I'm sure you're right... friction shifting would probably have me pulling my hair out. But, the 91 MB4 has indexed...
Thanks to everyone for their advise so far. This is all very fun for me because at the end of this thread I'm getting a new bike.
I saw that one, but it the add expired this afternoon so they must have just relisted. It's a real bargain! How does that Pueblo compare to the others?
That's what I thought, but I was still only guessing I'd need 19". My road bike fit is around 52-55cm. What do you all think that translates to in MTB?
Hi C&Vers! I've been looking around lately for an all terrain bike for riding this winter. I planned to ride an old mixte that I built up this summer for winter riding, but I ended up making it too...
Miyata Two Ten (best offer) - $90 (Madison (Zoo area))
Date: 2009-11-05, 9:33AM CST
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I have a 1980's Miyata Two Ten...
No thank you. I'll be purely a 'woman of leisure' from there on out.
Next time I won't take any chances. I'll just quit my job the day before the ride!
I didn't get to go to the ride OR the swap. One of my co-workers is sick so I had to work two twelve hour days in a row. Bah!
My kitchen looks like anybody else's.