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Old 11-02-23, 04:07 PM
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Brazen Dropouts 2024 swap Madison

Got the announcement yesterday. Time to get your crap organized and sell, sell sell! January 20, 2024. Pinky will be there. I think $300, take the first $250 offer.

https://www.brazendropouts.org/bike-swap

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Originally Posted by iab
Got the announcement yesterday. Time to get your crap organized and sell, sell sell! January 20, 2024. Pinky will be there. I think $300, take the first $250 offer.

https://www.brazendropouts.org/bike-swap

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I'm actually going to have a table there. Havent sold anything there in years. I think its time. The star of my show will be a 54cm 3rhensho frameset.
Looking forward to it. See you there!

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If that were bigger, I'd be asking about driving up after work tomorrow. What are the parts on it? Did the rear get spread to 130?
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Looking forward to this...........secured a spot today. A row end space near the C&V folks.
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I'll be there, no table though I don't think.
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Originally Posted by beech333
If that were bigger, I'd be asking about driving up after work tomorrow. What are the parts on it? Did the rear get spread to 130?
Veloce. Yes, 130.
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Originally Posted by iab
Veloce. Yes, 130.
Well, given the context, I can understand why you thought I was referring to the modern components. I was more curious about the crankset and brakes.

Cool bike. Someone should be happy, and that seems like a bargain for $300.
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Love pink bikes! Nice looker!
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Originally Posted by iab
Veloce. Yes, 130.
tires alone probably approach asking.
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Nevermind my crap. What glorious goods will you be bringing??? I have a need to rid cash from myself.
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Bump for the new year.
Anyone in a buying mood this year? If so I'll bring good stuff like my Pat 72 NIB Nuovo rear derailleur that I'm unlikely to use. Maybe one or both of my Bottecchia Giro D'Italias, one from the 50s and one from the 60s, frame or complete bike possible. I am going to sell a couple of Lemonds, a 2006 Filmore SS/fixed, black with stainless panels, and a Lemond Zurich frameset with new fork. I have some crap to sell also, so I'll have a $5 box and $10 box where you might find a set of Ultegra STIs or nice brakes.
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Haven't registered yet. I'd be interested in tabling close to other BF members so we can watch one another's tables. I doubt I'll have anything really nice. A couple of '80s Trek roadies for the corral. Will probably also bring that Zebrakenko I know I'll never ride, and a '00-ish KHS 853 roadie, and maybe some utilitarian MTBs/hybrids I never unloaded in '23.
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Man, I wish that I was able to join you all. Still one of my favorite swaps. I miss my IL/WI/Midwest bike peeps!
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Man, I wish that I was able to join you all. Still one of my favorite swaps. I miss my IL/WI/Midwest bike peeps!
We miss you too.

There's always CBA. And you could put on a shindig in Cali. Not hard to persuade me.
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I received a big box of crap from a friend in NC. Cheap/free/junk will be the order.
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Originally Posted by iab
We miss you too.

There's always CBA. And you could put on a shindig in Cali. Not hard to persuade me.
CBA will have to be a game -time decision (I'm definitely monitoring and would love to support Mike Kone's extravaganza).

But, FYI, there are serious plans afoot for an event of sorts in this neck of the woods in either September or October. Details to come!
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Originally Posted by iab
We miss you too.

There's always CBA. And you could put on a shindig in Cali. Not hard to persuade me.

You're all cordially invited.....
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So who (if anyone) has their table number? I'm about to register, and it would be cool to have a table near some fellow BFers. Still figuring out what parts to bring. I should have several roadies, 2-3 Treks, a wee little Miyata Seven Ten, a TALL Zebrakenko, a Traveler. Will have one RockHopper, not sure if there'll be any more MTBs/hybrids.
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Originally Posted by iab
Veloce. Yes, 130.
What year is the frame?

Also, can you measure seat tube length, seat tube angle, and chainstay length? For the angle, I just use the Carpenter app on my iPhone or a simple dial angle indicator sold at Ace stores for roof panel angle. I got one from Ace and one from Sears, and amazingly they match. I think it might be a really good ride for me!

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What year is the frame?

Also, can you measure seat tube length, seat tube angle, and chainstay length? For the angle, I just use the Carpenter app on my iPhone or a simple dial angle indicator sold at Ace stores for roof panel angle. I got one from Ace and one from Sears, and amazingly they match. I think it might be a really good ride for me!
Mid 60s is my best guess.
Seat tube = 55cm ctc
Top tube = 57cm ctc
Seat tube angle = 71 degrees
Chain stay length = 43cm
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Originally Posted by iab
Mid 60s is my best guess.
Seat tube = 55cm ctc
Top tube = 57cm ctc
Seat tube angle = 71 degrees
Chain stay length = 43cm
I think I could set that up with a decent position! Thanks! My saddle and stem would be relatively slammed, and I'd probably need a shorter stem extension.
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Anybody register for a table already? madpogue and I want to share one and would like to pick one near other BFers, if anyone has their table # registered yet
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Anyone happen to know if the overfed long-haired leaping gnome who shall not be named will be here?
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