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Old 09-24-20, 02:05 AM
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J P Routens track bike SOLD

SOLD SOLD SOLD
Good morning everyone. I have only just acquired this but quickly found out it's too small, 55 X 55. Happy to split, send bits, or sell it as a whole bike with or without pedals saddle etc. Postage at cost.
Complete bike €250
Frame, forks and JPR headset €125.
Any other combination you require, message me!










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Wow that’s a bargain!
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How much to ship that to the US?
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There is enough interest for me to box it and get it weighed. Watch this space...
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What is the largest tire this will fit?
Are they tubular tires?
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I think I am glad this bike is not in my sweet spot for size.
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Originally Posted by bwilli88 View Post
What is the largest tire this will fit?
Are they tubular tires?
Yup, tubs
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I’m kind of tempted just because I understand the Hellyer Velodrome in San Jose is open again, but bringing another bike into my house will also bring unrest. GLWS!
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So... if you have a good shipping option, the weight is 13kg and the package 25 x 113 x 86. Cheapest I've found is 280. Let me know by PM if you're interested still.
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Beautiful.
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What is the signature on the chain stay protector?

Have you looked at Colissimo for shipping?

How is that 55cm measured? Or did I miss that?
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What is the signature on the chain stay protector?

Have you looked at Colissimo for shipping?

How is that 55cm measured? Or did I miss that?
Jean Paul Routens
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280 Lira? Yikes. That is a beautiful bike and my very active n+1 obsession is Currently out of focus.
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