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    Mister Bleak! mconlonx's Avatar
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    2013 Trek Earl 49cm pink $350



    OK, so this was a sweet custom bike with a carbon fork and disc brake, but it didn't sell as a sweet custom bike, so now I'm re-listing it as a sweet stock bike. Stole the stock photo off the interwebz for this listing so I don't confuse people with the super-sweet parts that are no longer on the bike

    Carbon fork, wheel, disc, etc. are already sold.

    This is basically a new bike which was built up custom from new, then swapped back to stock. Selling it here as a used bike -- no new bike warranty -- but this bike is as new, not used or ridden for more than a couple short parking lot test rides.

    Retail on these is $530; closeout price on the '13 model is $480... if you can find one in this size -- none left in Trek warehouses. Pick up this ex-spec-build bike at substantial discount.

    I like the style and double tt on these. It's not the lightest thing in the world, not the most quality parts, but what do you want for a cheap bike from a name brand?

    Trek specs:

    Frame: Chromoly steel, city design
    Fork: Steel
    Size: 49cm (I'm 5'7", prefer a bike w/ about a 525-530 tt, and this is the correct size for me)
    Wheels: Alloy sealed bearing track front hub; alloy sealed bearing track rear hub w/32-hole alloy rims
    Tires: Bontrager H2, 700x28c
    Crank: Forged alloy 3 piece, 44T
    Cassette: 17T freewheel / 17t fixed cog & lockring, installed
    Pedals: Nylon body w/alloy cage
    Saddle: Earl BMX type
    Seatpost: Steel
    Handlebar: Steel, 530mm width, 50mm rise
    Stem: Bontrager Approved, 25.4mm, 10 degree
    Headset: 1-1/8" threadless
    Brakeset: Tektro 800A brakes w/Tektro alloy levers
    Grips: Kraton flanged BMX style
    Extras: Chainguard, rack & fender mounts, bottle opener

    Will ship to lower 48/CONUS USA. Pro shop pack job: free. Shipping: actual shipping charges, usually $80-100 or so.
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    Mister Bleak! mconlonx's Avatar
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    Sale pricing

    $250 picked up in Portsmouth NH,
    $300 delivered Boston MA to Portland ME area,
    $300 plus actual shipping charges to box and ship elsewhere in CONUS USA.
    Quote Originally Posted by Six jours View Post
    Bottom line: everyone here should listen to Mconlonx... he has it figured out and the rest of you, well, don't.
    I know next to nothing. I am frequently wrong.

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