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Nothing else was listed on his ad.
Guy isn't responding to my emails.
I sure hope it isn't sold already. Waiting for a response.
I guess I did email kind of late...
I hope he gets back to me tomorrow.
I think my brother worked with them for some small filming for a video to raise awareness of the program.
A great program indeed.
You should list your location, I have had other forum members look for bikes as examples on Craigslist. Also, the market varies by location some.
Do you know if it is in your size? I am also shopping for a bike currently, with the same basic budget. I am coming from single speeds, and older tourist bikes. Personally, I have found better for...
Alright, sweet. Thanks.
Excited to transition from a SS.
Oh, right. I missed that. I will definitely have the bike fit done.
Emailed the seller to see when he is available. Anything to look for? It is relatively new, so I assume cracks, etc. Aren't a big...
Thinking 500 was my top. Also, already have a helmet. But, a proper fit and tune would be in order.
Shoot, that Felt sold.
Aright, cool. Thanks very much will update.
I am not wed to Shimano. How would the felt be limited? This is just a stepping stone for a temporary amount of time, this would eventually become my trainer.
Which one do you think would be my best bet? I like the GT, but I know nothing about them.
Between those three, either the Felt or the GT.
Yeah, too big. Short torso, 5'8", 32" inseam.
When I was shopping before, everything in the shops in my price range seemed to have low end components, I don't really want anything under 105. My max budget is about 600.
Just saw your other...
I threw 500 at him and he returned 550. Seems too high.
Just saw your edit, no I haven't, why?
I was guessing it was the 54cm as well.
What kind of offer should I throw at him? If it fits, I'd love it.
Considering this as my first road bike. Seems like a good deal, as long as it fits me.
Before I drive two hours to look, I wanted your opinions. The seller thinks it is a 2006, but...
Money is a bit of a concern, but, if it means I have to work a little more and wait a little longer, that is fine with me.
Thanks for your input. I will also check out that thread.
Yeah, I will probably stick with new, I've only had one good experience buying used.
Yes, that is why I have the Bianchi. :thumb:
Thanks everyone! And thanks for the welcome.
I think I will just save up the extra cash and go for the CAAD10. I am a college student, so it will take a little extra time. But, oh well.
Alright, I figure it is a pretty good deal too.
I will be buying my first dedicated road bike in the Spring. My budget is about $1,000. My local bike shop that I deal with for commuting recommended a CAAD8 or a CAAD10. He has a CAAD8...
Weight lifting, running, trainer, but mostly skiing! When the weather isn't too terribly wet, I ride outside.
I swim occasionally.