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Old 01-30-19, 06:53 AM
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Lemond1985
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If you want to flip the bike, it's probably not that great a deal, since on one else will have ever heard of the brand.

But if you plan to ride it, and it fits you well, WTF are you waiting for? A few things that jump out at me are the beautiful polished crankset, the generous tire clearance, the matching wheels and tires, the pristine brake hoods, and the overall condition that tells me that this bike was not ridden or tinkered with much. From the position of the seatpost, it was evidently too big for the previous owner. All very good things, especially combined with the $80 price.

I would make sure that neither the seatspot or stem is not stuck though.
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