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Old 04-13-17, 09:20 PM
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Focus bicycle beautiful condition - $2500 (Maryland)
Vintage mint condition focus bicycle. Cr-mo 900 frame everything else is aluminium. Very light weight for it's time. Sealed bearings all around. Just an all around great bike. One of a kind!! Serious inquires only, prefer face to face transaction. Will travel half way depending on location.
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Hands!!!

SHOGUN 12 SPEED. - $140 (RALEIGH)





"in excellent condition.brand new 27 in tires.comes w/bell seat.tuned up.25 in frame.125 firm.cash and carry.if interested please call or text bob at 919 757 7875 thanks."

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(Uncle Fester sells his bike; Thing snaps the pic?)
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"Hands" indeed! I think someone might need to invest in a kickstand
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The best bike of our age - $50

Hewn out of old Valyrian steel this little chariot from the sleeping century of the cob webbed past has carried me over many treacherous adventure-filled furlongs. It's components are all from the future including a flux capacitor - shown in pictographs. This little chariot once surmounted a shattered bottle of Moby Dick pickles and escaped without damage to it's hooves. It once swerved to valiantly save rider from a rouge squirrel only to viciously slay a feral feline which was causing irreparable damage to our ecosystem, having single pawedly causing the demise of the noble mermaid, steadfast unicorn, and venerable dragon - king of all beasts and women. This little chariot has seen battle with a mechanized future chariot and lived to tell the tale in smokey taverns filled with buxom wenches. It participated in the infamous sprint triathlon of the Shire in which He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named consumed any tribute too slow to ride into the drowsy glittering sunset of hope - a reassurance that our menial existence is not just to be slaves to mediocrity but to show meaning by mounting what is truly blue, wheeled, and does NOT include my pink water bottle holder.

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^^^^ That takes the creative writing trophy of the day.
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Originally Posted by CliffordK
A bit of a head scratcher on that one.

But, since the ad lists a real PD phone number, I think it may be a recovery request.

There is, of course, a BMX bike named "Stolen" that shows up from time to time
I set up an IFTTT recipe to record all CL bicycle postings in my area that have 'stolen' in the title, and those BMX bikes have made my data cleaning a little trickier. Blast!
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Talk about a frankenbike...
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Originally Posted by Falcon3


The best bike of our age - $50

Hewn out of old Valyrian steel this little chariot from the sleeping century of the cob webbed past has carried me over many treacherous adventure-filled furlongs. It's components are all from the future including a flux capacitor - shown in pictographs. This little chariot once surmounted a shattered bottle of Moby Dick pickles and escaped without damage to it's hooves. It once swerved to valiantly save rider from a rouge squirrel only to viciously slay a feral feline which was causing irreparable damage to our ecosystem, having single pawedly causing the demise of the noble mermaid, steadfast unicorn, and venerable dragon - king of all beasts and women. This little chariot has seen battle with a mechanized future chariot and lived to tell the tale in smokey taverns filled with buxom wenches. It participated in the infamous sprint triathlon of the Shire in which He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named consumed any tribute too slow to ride into the drowsy glittering sunset of hope - a reassurance that our menial existence is not just to be slaves to mediocrity but to show meaning by mounting what is truly blue, wheeled, and does NOT include my pink water bottle holder.

https://pullman.craigslist.org/bik/6087325626.html


Pink water bottle, ROUGE squirrel. I'll bet that rouge wasn't color coordinated with road mayhem too.
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Old 04-16-17, 09:28 PM
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Originally Posted by dweenk
Somebody must have decided they like coaster brakes.

Great for going straight. Don't talk about pedalling on corners or speed bumps.
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Kink in the frame behind headtube might cause some quirky handling.

And the owner says:"Cycling Trek Multi Track 21 Speed Bicycle. This is a Very Original Lightly Used Trek Multi Track in Purple and Black. The Seat Tube is Cro Moly as Shown. The Brake Pads are Also Only Lightly Used. The Frame Measures 19 Inches from the Center of the Crank to the Top of the Seat Tube. The Seat Height in Pictures is Approximately 33 Inches from the Ground and Will Adjust 1-2 Inches Lower or 3-4 Inches Higher for a Taller Rider. The Stand Over Height Just in Front of the Seat is 29". The Shifting Components are the Original Shimano as Shown. It Shifts and Stops Very Good."

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Originally Posted by El Segundo
Kink in the frame behind headtube might cause some quirky handling.

And the owner says:"Cycling Trek Multi Track 21 Speed Bicycle. This is a Very Original Lightly Used Trek Multi Track in Purple and Black. The Seat Tube is Cro Moly as Shown. The Brake Pads are Also Only Lightly Used. The Frame Measures 19 Inches from the Center of the Crank to the Top of the Seat Tube. The Seat Height in Pictures is Approximately 33 Inches from the Ground and Will Adjust 1-2 Inches Lower or 3-4 Inches Higher for a Taller Rider. The Stand Over Height Just in Front of the Seat is 29". The Shifting Components are the Original Shimano as Shown. It Shifts and Stops Very Good."

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Well, about $110 too high on that price.

It Shifts and Stops Very Good.
Trees can be used to augment the "stopping very well".

It could donate a good rear-end for a cargo bike build.
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Random observation - I love when someone proudly lists the fact that a 25-year-old bike has the original tires.
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Originally Posted by CliffordK
Well, about $110 too high on that price.
Probably, but it's probably not worthless, a 750 should be a good organ donor, with STX or Alivio components
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Originally Posted by Darth Lefty
Probably, but it's probably not worthless, a 750 should be a good organ donor, with STX or Alivio components
That is why I didn't assign a zero value to it.

If it came to the local bike co-op, they'd tear it down and sell off the pieces, and I realize the value of the parts can add up, if one puts the time into retail sales by the part.

The fork looks slightly bent. It is hard to tell. We don't know the condition of the front wheel. Most everything in the bike looks pretty basic. Single walled wheels, etc.
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You know how we hate on people for getting the name of the bike wrong even though it's right there on the bike? Well this is sort of the opposite situation.

Trek 80C
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Wheely?

** SUPER RARE 1967 STEERING WHEEL BIKE *THE WHEEL ** - $2250 (Hampton)



"Super rare 1967 the wheel steering wheel bike these are nearly impossible to find especially in this nice of shape seat is perfect ! $2250 757-7one9 - 88six4

**serious only cash only face the face transaction scammers don't bother I've heard it all no shipping so please don't waste your time or mine asking"

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/6091731639.html

(I don't know or care whether the pricing is appropriate. I'm not even sure why I think this is "wacky" but to me it is out of whack on so many levels... On the other hand, there may be wads of cash or cocaine in the seat tubes and "gas tank"?)
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Originally Posted by machinist42
** SUPER RARE 1967 STEERING WHEEL BIKE *THE WHEEL ** - $2250 (Hampton)

"Super rare 1967 the wheel steering wheel bike these are nearly impossible to find especially in this nice of shape seat is perfect ! $2250 757-7one9 - 88six4

**serious only cash only face the face transaction scammers don't bother I've heard it all no shipping so please don't waste your time or mine asking"

https://richmond.craigslist.org/bik/6091731639.html

(I don't know or care whether the pricing is appropriate. I'm not even sure why I think this is "wacky" but to me it is out of whack on so many levels... On the other hand, there may be wads of cash or cocaine in the seat tubes and "gas tank"?)
Muscle Bike: The Huffy Wheel



Some of these oddities are have crazy prices. Original "Orange Krate" bikes are also pretty crazy, although apparently Schwinn made a repro version, so that confuses things.

Fortunately no Repro of the Huffy Wheel
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Originally Posted by Falcon3

The best bike of our age - $50

Hewn out of old Valyrian steel this little chariot from the sleeping century of the cob webbed past has carried me over many treacherous adventure-filled furlongs. It's components are all from the future including a flux capacitor - shown in pictographs. This little chariot once surmounted a shattered bottle of Moby Dick pickles and escaped without damage to it's hooves. It once swerved to valiantly save rider from a rouge squirrel only to viciously slay a feral feline which was causing irreparable damage to our ecosystem, having single pawedly causing the demise of the noble mermaid, steadfast unicorn, and venerable dragon - king of all beasts and women. This little chariot has seen battle with a mechanized future chariot and lived to tell the tale in smokey taverns filled with buxom wenches. It participated in the infamous sprint triathlon of the Shire in which He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named consumed any tribute too slow to ride into the drowsy glittering sunset of hope - a reassurance that our menial existence is not just to be slaves to mediocrity but to show meaning by mounting what is truly blue, wheeled, and does NOT include my pink water bottle holder.

https://pullman.craigslist.org/bik/6087325626.html
I like how after all of that he manages to get in the detail about the bike NOT including the pink bottle cage--- he probably needs that for his other steed. also thumbs up on the Conan references.
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Originally Posted by Darth Lefty
You know how we hate on people for getting the name of the bike wrong even though it's right there on the bike? Well this is sort of the opposite situation.

Trek 80C
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Wheely???

Originally Posted by CliffordK
Muscle Bike: The Huffy Wheel



Some of these oddities are have crazy prices. Original "Orange Krate" bikes are also pretty crazy, although apparently Schwinn made a repro version, so that confuses things.

Fortunately no Repro of the Huffy Wheel

Okay....a $2g+ Huffy.
Isn't that one of the signs of the Apocalypse?
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Early Trek

Trek Bike - $35 (N.E. Raleigh)



"Selling a nice Trek bike with flashing lights. $35/OBO
Only serious inquires."

https://raleigh.craigslist.org/bik/6089203740.html

(My "serious inquires" are: How does this thing work? What youngster has ten inch legs and three foot arms? I can not picture a child sitting on what presumably is the saddle and peddling and reaching the bars. How does WRFF equal Trek? And where are the flashing lights and how come my '87 Elance 400D didn't come with flashing lights? Is it direct drive? Where's the headbadge? So many serious inquiries...so little sanity remaining...)
(I like the wheelbarrow in the background!)
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Your New Tourer!

Steel frame Bicycle -- ideal for touring/long distance - $250 (Durham)





"Selling my road bike - built from scratch with help of bike shop in Greensboro. Built with touring/long distance trips in mind. It's a steel frame with hefty tires. Includes bike rack and cages on pedals. Shimano gear.

It is 18" from the crankset to the seat post. I'm 5'7" and it rides well for me.

It has been a reliable source of transportation for me, haven't had any issues! Simply decided it was time to switch to a lighter frame/commuter style bike. Thanks !"

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(Baseball Bell! I refrain from further comment as I am afraid the seller is sincere...)
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^ it's clearly cobbled together but not bad for a drop bar mtb
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Originally Posted by ksryder
Random observation - I love when someone proudly lists the fact that a 25-year-old bike has the original tires.
You would have loved the ad I posted when I sold an old Sears/Steyr step-through 3-speed; orginal 60 year-old tires. And actually rideable. The tiny lady that bought it was an avid roadie and agreed "At the speed I'm likely to be riding this bike, they're actually probably OK." Still pretty soft and sturdy at 35psi.
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Is it that difficult to leave it right side up? WTH?

2013 Cervelo R3 Ultegra 56cm, Mavic slr wheels - $1500 (san rafael)

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