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Old 03-19-14, 10:13 AM
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Make part of this a Tax-Write-Off bonanza for your business. Everybody wins. Except old Uncle Samuel, I guess -- but more decent cheap bikes for low income working folks can create economic benefits....
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Originally Posted by Bianchigirll View Post
1/2 a trek
Well, if it's a Trek 1440, then half of that would be pretty valuable....

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I have no advice for you, except to enjoy the process. I am quite certain you are capable of completing the task at hand. Updates always appreciated.
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24" wheeled kids drop bar road bikes (or smaller) are quick sellers. ISO 540 wheels too.

See: https://www.bikeforums.net/classic-vi...roadbikes.html
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I have been in business for over 15 years and look forward to the task at hand! :-)
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That's the spirit. I still think you can get some help from this particular subforum, discouraging words notwithstanading. If you find anythign that looks like a quality road/touring bike and weighs, say 26 lbs or less, there's always someone here who can help you decide on how to proceed. And an active sub-subforum specifically for evaluations.

The things like the Schwinn Krates etc, won't get too much love here, but those are all over eBay and moving at good prices, so you don't need any of our help with that.
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The vintage BMX market is big, especially the last few years. Although not my thing, I had come across a few and was planning to give them away. My curiosity and quick search on fleabay changed my mind. The right wheels, levers, brakes, cranks, pedals are highly sought. On the contrary, for BMX parts, condition of near mint is what all collectors want. Most BMX are obviously beat and scratched so finding the choice parts are not that easy. There's a big value difference between the same cranks if one has a few scratches vs. a non scratched. Hopefully you have some goodies in the lot. Most of us C&V fans can live with the patina and flaws. That's the difference. Good luck and have fun!

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Originally Posted by wrk101 View Post
..........The return could literally be in a couple of dozen of the bikes. Knowing which couple of dozen, and how to market, will be the key.
+1 I think your absolutely right! If there was going to be a "find" somewhere.... that would be as good of a place as any to look for it.
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To the OP, you don't have enough posts for PM, do you want some help? I'm an unemployed bike guy. I am the lead bike tech/volunteer at Pedals2People, Spokane's non-profit bike co-op. I have time and knowledge.

Where did you find this pile? The only pile I know of like that is some guy in Post Falls but his stuff is all outside.
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Agreed. I don't want to burst your bubble but here it is. There might be a few gems in there but from what I see most are junk and selling junk bikes in as-is condition with a high shipping cost that bikes bear on ebay is going to be tough/not going to happen. Listing 100 bikes a day/3 people and shipping 50 is also not going to happen. How many others on this site have shipped bikes that took at least an hour or more to pack? My estimate is you'll ship 3-5/person a day and list about the same. I forecast thousands and thousands of dollars in wages/storage/fuel to move it all. You have to test the bikes, take detailed photos, clean them, probably most of them need a tune. Bikes aren't like static objects you take a few photos of and toss aside. They're intricate mechanical devices that, in this state, need overhauls to sell anywhere near market value and you're going to get a lot of flack on ebay from people who buy bikes on there (because they're bike people) for not listing every single flaw and issue, especially if your sales guys aren't bike people. If you DKO them (dirt knocker off-er) I don't see any bikes in that lot that would sell on ebay as-is. All I can say is good luck.
Not to mention that inexperienced bicycle sellers+bicycles on eBay = HIGH return rates and bad feedback because of poor ads. Used bikes are one of the areas with high "problem" rates on eBay because descriptions, expectations and language is problematic even for the experienced. If a bike is returned, you're likely to end up eating the shipping both ways...which is considerable. I have generally found selling a bike for under $400 on eBay to be a waste of time because the shipping prices (which buyers take from the selling price as what they're willing to pay) destroy the value. Maybe some of those BMX's are worth more than that - but most of what I'm seeing certainly isn't.

This doesn't even mention the potential problems with shipping poorly...shipping a bike so that it doesn't get damaged takes time, knowledge and experience (not to mention the access to large bikes, pipe tubing and other materials).

I don't know the BMX market - but what I'm seeing are not eBay bikes...they're low end craigslist bikes. Which means having to meet people...email them, etc. It's time consuming. Selling what I'm looking at frankly is unlikely to net you minimum wage for your time...especially if you haven't taken on a project like this before. Selling on CL also means you have to sell slowly - because the odds of your market absorbing several hundred low end bikes at once aren't good. This many bikes would even flood eBay - affecting your pricing.

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To the OP, you don't have enough posts for PM, do you want some help? I'm an unemployed bike guy. I am the lead bike tech/volunteer at Pedals2People, Spokane's non-profit bike co-op. I have time and knowledge.

Where did you find this pile? The only pile I know of like that is some guy in Post Falls but his stuff is all outside.
I would highly recommend taking him up on this offer if he's kind enough to spend time on something like this. Respectfully, you bought a bunch of bikes to sell - not restore for a noble purpose. I would be charging for my time and/or advice as this is a commercial endeavor. I'm not criticizing that at all - I flip from time to time and ask questions - but I think someone looking for advice on how to make a profit selling this many bikes should be paying for that expertise. If someone is kind enough to do it for free...I'd listen to them.

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Old 03-19-14, 10:49 AM
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Originally Posted by bobotech View Post
To the OP, you don't have enough posts for PM, do you want some help? I'm an unemployed bike guy. I am the lead bike tech/volunteer at Pedals2People, Spokane's non-profit bike co-op. I have time and knowledge.

Where did you find this pile? The only pile I know of like that is some guy in Post Falls but his stuff is all outside.
Hey Bobotech, you just became my new best friend. I found it in a warehouse last fall while I was filming my reality show (not related to bikes). I have a store on division (4201 N, right next to IHOP) and will be selling out of my lot and CL and Ebay. I know theres junk, and I also was planning on doing some donations for "blessings under the bridge" and with homeless, vanessa behaan etc. This stuff is all inside and the pictures dont begin to tell the story

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Appreciate your input, I know theres a lot of work and I didnt go into this without a lot of planning and forethought. I have been in business for over 15 years and look forward to the task at hand! :-)
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So I don't really understand the whole you will be hitting us up for info?
Sounds like you don't need any advice at all.
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Old 03-19-14, 10:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman View Post
That's the spirit. I still think you can get some help from this particular subforum, discouraging words notwithstanading. If you find anythign that looks like a quality road/touring bike and weighs, say 26 lbs or less, there's always someone here who can help you decide on how to proceed. And an active sub-subforum specifically for evaluations.

The things like the Schwinn Krates etc, won't get too much love here, but those are all over eBay and moving at good prices, so you don't need any of our help with that.
I can plainly see that yes this forum is perhaps the wrong one to have posted this thread in........but i will make sure that I do post the racings bikes in this forum when I get them out

Like I said in a previous post, I will be able to be selling bikes that are "good to go, roadworthy" starting at about $30.00 and then go up from there

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Originally Posted by mlgdave View Post
Hey Bobotech, you just became my new best friend. I found it in a warehouse last fall while I was filming my reality show (not related to bikes). I have a store on division (4201 N, right next to IHOP) and will be selling out of my lot and CL and Ebay. I know theres junk, and I also was planning on doing some donations for "blessings under the bridge" and with homeless, vanessa behaan etc. This stuff is all inside and the pictures dont begin to tell the story

Call me 509-951-5604

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To the OP, you don't have enough posts for PM, do you want some help? I'm an unemployed bike guy. I am the lead bike tech/volunteer at Pedals2People, Spokane's non-profit bike co-op. I have time and knowledge.

Where did you find this pile? The only pile I know of like that is some guy in Post Falls but his stuff is all outside.
Now this all looks like a win-win to me! What an adventure to work your way through. What you are up to is so much better than just dumping it for the scrap metal. Care to list your Ebay i.d. so we can see what you offer?
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I think the OP is in the right thread. Look at the interest started and ideas!

Not trying to hi-jack or involved with this type of biz, but last year I found a seller near me with 3,000 bikes + parts for sale. Wants the entire lot sold but since its not my thing, I didn't care to ask the price. Furthermore, I couldn't fathom to think of an entire lot valuation as he didn't show me everything. Rightly so and as I mentioned, I'm not interested in any of this. Mostly, there wasn't much he could help me in parts. But that's not saying he didn't have 'some' unique stuff.

Anyhow, from what I mostly noted were the typical Asian stuff but lots of other mid and lightweight stuff too - spotted some 50's iron and English stuff outside, etc. The 3K bike number was what he told me and was only able to see partially of the lots. Bikes were sitting outside weathered to being packed in semi-truck trailers, sheds, garages. There was a building with a window I was only able to look through. Bikes were lined up and hanging. Going into Spring I'm not sure what he's now thinking. If anyone is interested, PM and I can point you to him. If a deal strikes, just remember me if by chance you find a sadly neglected Cinelli cambio corsa resting in the heap.
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Originally Posted by mlgdave View Post
I can plainly see that yes this forum is perhaps the wrong one to have posted this thread in........but i will make sure that I do post the racings bikes in this forum when I get them out

I for one would like to see pics of all the kinds of bikes you got in this lot, even the weirder junky ones. It's fascinating that you hit upon such a big haul, and I'm incredibly interested to see what kinda things are in there - this is like a real-time episode of that pickers show!

It would be fantastic if you could get as many of these bikes roadworthy again as possible. It's such a shame to see potentially ridable bikes go to landfill because they're 'worth' nothing.
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I know a bike hoarder that specializes in Italian steeds and touring/rando bikes. Like Mercx, Tomassini and Hetchins. The Trek 720's are stored outside. Not 800 bikes but nearer 200. I asked for first shot when he liquidates, but I'm afraid I might not have the cash when it happens. Some of his campy take-off bits are quite drool-worthy, like a whole box of first generation delta brakes.
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I once bought a lot 30 bikes for cheap. Rusty old and nothing high end. Made out fine, but a lot of work.

If you have any rusty old balloon tire bikes in there, too rough for the Antique bike crowd, check out Rat Rod Bikes | A Community of Custom Vintage Bicycle Builders . The old/beat/rusty might be just what someone over there is looking for as they start a new project.

Good luck and post updates as you go so we get to see some of the gems.
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So I don't really understand the whole you will be hitting us up for info?
Sounds like you don't need any advice at all.
I totally need help, I know a little about some of the common bikes, I am going to have a lot of stuff that I have no clue about, I have 3 guys who work for me and we will do DD, but I will of course be coming to the places where there are experts, hence this forum! :-)

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Would be nice to see many more pics including better quality, (lighting and res.).
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Would be nice to see many more pics including better quality, (lighting and res.).
Absolutely, I will be dong high quality photos of all bikes. These were just to "give a sense" of whats there!

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Hey Bobotech, you just became my new best friend. I found it in a warehouse last fall while I was filming my reality show (not related to bikes). I have a store on division (4201 N, right next to IHOP)

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I wrote down your phone number, if you want, you can edit it out of your posting if you are uncomfortable with having it public.
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I wrote down your phone number, if you want, you can edit it out of your posting if you are uncomfortable with having it public.
Its my business phone! I have no problem with it being out in Public, look forward to meeting you. I met Chris from Bike Hub today and talked to Josh at Time Bomb, a LOT of interest has been piqued locally. Also being from Spokane you know that on Division I have great exposure!

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Its my business phone! I have no problem with it being out in Public, look forward to meeting you. I met Chris from Bike Hub today and talked to Josh at Time Bomb, a LOT of interest has been piqued locally. Also being from Spokane you know that on Division I have great exposure!

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If that's your business phone number than are you Dave from Goldbay?
Is your experience of listing 100 items a day nothing to do with bikes?

I was under the impression that your 15 years in business was bike related.
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If that's your business phone number than are you Dave from Goldbay?
Is your experience of listing 100 items a day nothing to do with bikes?

I was under the impression that your 15 years in business was bike related.
I am Dave from Goldbay and I have many years of all kinds of things, not bikes per se, but I know without question that I will do ok on this lot

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I am Dave from Goldbay and I have many years of all kinds of things, not bikes per se, but I know without question that I will do ok on this lot

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I have no doubt that you will, that isn't in question. But i think this task is a lot harder than you first imagined.

My advice would be to talk to Bobotech from this forum, who offered his help.
Pay him to help you sort through everything and see what needs keeping, donating or dumping.
Then get him to help you sell the good stuff under a commission basis.
You can make alot more money if you have the help of a knowledgeable person.
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