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90's Tommaso Road Bike

Old 04-20-14, 05:25 PM
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90's Tommaso Road Bike

Im looking to upgrade and get a bike that actually fits me so Im wondering what a reasonable asking price would be for this bike.

Its a 90's Tommaso road bike, it says its hand made in Italy size 50. Its set up with a full older Shimano 105 groupset, 105 hubs, Biopace sprocket, Mavic wheels, and new Continental tires. Its in okay shape quite a few nicks in the paint mostly by the chain. It rides and shifts great. Im 5'10 and 200lbs so its quite small for me, Im looking at getting a specialized AWOL or something similar which I can commute and take on longer rides.

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Old 04-20-14, 05:35 PM
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I see some condition issues but nothing major for a bike that is actually riden used. Very nice small frame with basicaly good paint way to small for someone 5'10" 200lbs. I think that $500 would be a reasonable starting price for a local sale. Welcome to the forums and good luck on the sale you definetly need a bigger bike.
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Thanks, $500 was actually exactly what I thought it was worth. If anyone else has opinions that would be awesome. My father actually got the bike for a good deal at a garage sale quite a few years ago and gave it to me when I was younger and smaller so thats why its so small haha.
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