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Old 04-26-20, 05:47 AM
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Smoking the fine stuff up in VT, apparently.

https://vermont.craigslist.org/bik/d...113721016.html



They built some in the late 1900's (1996,97)
If you are or know of a compact female that would appreciate a particular rare and fine ride ....
Here you go!
If you're one of those spookyass Rockhopper nuts that has to own every model ….
Here you go!
If you know one of those spookyass Rockhopper nuts and want to drive them CRAZY by having something they don't...…
Here you go!

A '97 RockHopper24.
Rock Solid and gorgeous.
Beauty and the Beast.
Samson and Delilah.
Pocahontas and John Smith.
Fred and Ethel (ask your Grandmother)
Why, if in a moment of insanity you decide to hop rocks,
you are more than adequately equipped.
Your bike will survive effortlessly and wait while you recover from your injuries.

I dated a petite lady for a time. A welder. She could run a bead so straight and even it never varied a mm.
She would slow a job down though. Folks would stop what they were doing just to watch her work.
She dumped me.
Said the spark was gone.

But I digress.

Specialized RockHopper 24
18 Speed.
Sets a biking standard.
Never let you down. (unless you're hopping rocks. Bike has no ability to redress Goofy)
Less aggressive rubber. Fine for asphalt or dirt.

Back at the end of February when I saw a Chinese gentleman on the news aim an IR thermometer at someone's forehead I rushed to find mine and shot my forehead. Heretofore it had only taken the temp of output transistors. February- Forehead 91.4 degrees. Today 4/25/20 91.5 degrees. I seem to be crud free. If you should opt to buy yourself this fineass bicycle, I'll scrub up and place it so you can have a cruise or we can social distance exchange. It's so disinfected you could lick it. But don't lick it. Just don't.
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Originally Posted by J.Higgins
Smoking the fine stuff up in VT, apparently.

https://vermont.craigslist.org/bik/d...113721016.html



They built some in the late 1900's (1996,97)
If you are or know of a compact female that would appreciate a particular rare and fine ride ....
Here you go!
If you're one of those spookyass Rockhopper nuts that has to own every model ….
Here you go!
If you know one of those spookyass Rockhopper nuts and want to drive them CRAZY by having something they don't...…
Here you go!

A '97 RockHopper24.
Rock Solid and gorgeous.
Beauty and the Beast.
Samson and Delilah.
Pocahontas and John Smith.
Fred and Ethel (ask your Grandmother)
Why, if in a moment of insanity you decide to hop rocks,
you are more than adequately equipped.
Your bike will survive effortlessly and wait while you recover from your injuries.

I dated a petite lady for a time. A welder. She could run a bead so straight and even it never varied a mm.
She would slow a job down though. Folks would stop what they were doing just to watch her work.
She dumped me.
Said the spark was gone.

But I digress.

Specialized RockHopper 24
18 Speed.
Sets a biking standard.
Never let you down. (unless you're hopping rocks. Bike has no ability to redress Goofy)
Less aggressive rubber. Fine for asphalt or dirt.

Back at the end of February when I saw a Chinese gentleman on the news aim an IR thermometer at someone's forehead I rushed to find mine and shot my forehead. Heretofore it had only taken the temp of output transistors. February- Forehead 91.4 degrees. Today 4/25/20 91.5 degrees. I seem to be crud free. If you should opt to buy yourself this fineass bicycle, I'll scrub up and place it so you can have a cruise or we can social distance exchange. It's so disinfected you could lick it. But don't lick it. Just don't.
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Craigslist gold!
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Buying a bike

Hi, I found a 2006 trek 2200 Zr for 100 bucks on facebook. Is that a good deal? Looks like it’ll need a tune up.
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Originally Posted by ellaberg
Hi, I found a 2006 trek 2200 Zr for 100 bucks on facebook. Is that a good deal? Looks like it’ll need a tune up.
You missed your mark. There's a classic and vintage validation sub-forum, though they might not help much with a bike that's only 14 years old.
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Delicious. you'll want to eat it with a fork

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I think you mean 'schist'


https://columbus.craigslist.org/bik/...115553791.html
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I wouldn't buy somebody's used "globes' even if we weren't in "these uncertain times."
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I am speechless, the description doesn't remotely resemble the photos. And I don't think "Tour de France" is spelled "THRILL". And an MTB is not a "racer". But heck, it's only $800


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Originally Posted by J.Higgins
Smoking the fine stuff up in VT, apparently.

https://vermont.craigslist.org/bik/d...113721016.html

They built some in the late 1900's (1996,97)
If you are or know of a compact female that would appreciate a particular rare and fine ride ....
Here you go!
If you're one of those spookyass Rockhopper nuts that has to own every model ….
Here you go!
If you know one of those spookyass Rockhopper nuts and want to drive them CRAZY by having something they don't...…
Here you go!

A '97 RockHopper24.
Rock Solid and gorgeous.
Beauty and the Beast.
Samson and Delilah.
Pocahontas and John Smith.
Fred and Ethel (ask your Grandmother)
Why, if in a moment of insanity you decide to hop rocks,
you are more than adequately equipped.
Your bike will survive effortlessly and wait while you recover from your injuries.

I dated a petite lady for a time. A welder. She could run a bead so straight and even it never varied a mm.
She would slow a job down though. Folks would stop what they were doing just to watch her work.
She dumped me.
Said the spark was gone.

But I digress.

Specialized RockHopper 24
18 Speed.
Sets a biking standard.
Never let you down. (unless you're hopping rocks. Bike has no ability to redress Goofy)
Less aggressive rubber. Fine for asphalt or dirt.

Back at the end of February when I saw a Chinese gentleman on the news aim an IR thermometer at someone's forehead I rushed to find mine and shot my forehead. Heretofore it had only taken the temp of output transistors. February- Forehead 91.4 degrees. Today 4/25/20 91.5 degrees. I seem to be crud free. If you should opt to buy yourself this fineass bicycle, I'll scrub up and place it so you can have a cruise or we can social distance exchange. It's so disinfected you could lick it. But don't lick it. Just don't.
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That ad is a thing of beauty. It is by far the best written advertisement I have ever had the privilege of reading, and if I lived anywhere near Vermont I'd be on that bike like Le Mond on a podium. I hope it has found a worthy rider.
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Old 04-30-20, 12:32 PM
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We here in NorCal really have the good stuff. Looks like this guy's been smoking it.

Need indoor or greenhouse units - $1300

bicycle frame material: alloy
bicycle type: mountain
frame size: 12x12
wheel size: 26.5 in
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Originally Posted by Korina
That ad is a thing of beauty. It is by far the best written advertisement I have ever had the privilege of reading, and if I lived anywhere near Vermont I'd be on that bike like Le Mond on a podium. I hope it has found a worthy rider.
This person has talent, surely!
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Originally Posted by Lemond1985
I am speechless, the description doesn't remotely resemble the photos. And I don't think "Tour de France" is spelled "THRILL". And an MTB is not a "racer". But heck, it's only $800


Amazing what people come up with.
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They built some in the late 1900's (1996,97)
If you are or know of a compact female that would appreciate a particular rare and fine ride ....
Here you go!
If you're one of those spookyass Rockhopper nuts that has to own every model ….
Here you go!
If you know one of those spookyass Rockhopper nuts and want to drive them CRAZY by having something they don't...…
Here you go!

A '97 RockHopper24.
Rock Solid and gorgeous.
Beauty and the Beast.
Samson and Delilah.
Pocahontas and John Smith.
Fred and Ethel (ask your Grandmother)
Why, if in a moment of insanity you decide to hop rocks,
you are more than adequately equipped.
Your bike will survive effortlessly and wait while you recover from your injuries.

I dated a petite lady for a time. A welder. She could run a bead so straight and even it never varied a mm.
She would slow a job down though. Folks would stop what they were doing just to watch her work.
She dumped me.
Said the spark was gone.

But I digress.

Specialized RockHopper 24
18 Speed.
Sets a biking standard.
Never let you down. (unless you're hopping rocks. Bike has no ability to redress Goofy)
Less aggressive rubber. Fine for asphalt or dirt.

Back at the end of February when I saw a Chinese gentleman on the news aim an IR thermometer at someone's forehead I rushed to find mine and shot my forehead. Heretofore it had only taken the temp of output transistors. February- Forehead 91.4 degrees. Today 4/25/20 91.5 degrees. I seem to be crud free. If you should opt to buy yourself this fineass bicycle, I'll scrub up and place it so you can have a cruise or we can social distance exchange. It's so disinfected you could lick it. But don't lick it. Just don't.
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This guys ads have been posted here before. They always include a story and the phrase " I digress". I will admit that to me they are entertaining ads. It usually includes some prior relationship. In this one, he dated a welder, but she broke up with him because she said the spark was gone!

Last time one of these ads was posted here in on this tread, I clicked on the link to bring me to the actual ad and then clicked on "more ads by this seller". I got some good reads. Wacky, maybe, but fun stuff.

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^^^^^^^^ Dude likes to recycle a lot of his "clever" content. He could spend a little less time cutting and pasting the superfluous stuff, and a little more on the details of the bikes he's selling.

But I digress.
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Originally Posted by Unca_Sam
But then again, maybe not. "Freudian slip?" Caveat emptor…
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https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bik/d/sacramento-urban-cinderella-classic/7109903004.html


$750!!! And for that, you still have to replace tires.

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Haha. I think the only new bike we bought my son was a rockhopper 24" guys edition. That was late 90s, he would have been seven or eight. Nowadays he rides a KTM 1290 super adventure r. Giant beast of a bike. Heh.
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https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bik/d/sacramento-urban-cinderella-classic/7109903004.html


$750!!! And for that, you still have to replace tires.

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Oh oh God. Cotter pin cranks? With Simplex derailleurs?? That's a bicycle shaped object from my youth. Junk. It's a shame cuz a nice mixte is a sweet frame, they ride well. And crap,. It's in nice shape. Too bad it's the gaspipe version.

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Batavus. Missing bar tape, no front brake, gas pipe frame, mismatched tires, sketchy cables, Simplex claw rear derailleur. All yours for only $200. One of my neighbors is living in dream land.

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Our visit to planet earth is almost over and we no longer have use for these various items.

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Yeah, those Heaven's Gate garage sales can be pretty good sometimes.
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Originally Posted by Lemond1985
Yeah, those Heaven's Gate garage sales can be pretty good sometimes.
You think they would make a trade for some Nike high tops?
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Originally Posted by Headpost
Our visit to planet earth is almost over and we no longer have use for these various items.
Link - https://newyork.craigslist.org/que/bik/d/flushing-2-gallon-gas-tank-1-helmet/7117135042.html
Normally when I see motor vehicles or motorized toys in the Bikes section on CL, I flag the ad. But this one was just too good.
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Originally Posted by pierce
Oh oh God. Cotter pin cranks? With Simplex derailleurs?? That's a bicycle shaped object from my youth. Junk. It's a shame cuz a nice mixte is a sweet frame, they ride well. And crap,. It's in nice shape. Too bad it's the gaspipe version.
There's a guy in Sacramento that beautifully restores mixtes and was selling them for $300-350 max. I've seen his ads for years.

I have restored many of these, as I have a thing for mixtes. I've done at least 10, maybe more. Sold a really clean, fully restored (stripped down to frame) in the same color for $225. I've sold them for $100 unrestored. The market really must be crazy, although this is one of the worse examples. It makes me want to build up some of my French frames and get them on craigslist. Still, $300 max would be top for even one of my better restored bikes.
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