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Old 08-02-18, 05:58 PM
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87 Cannondale SM400


SOLD. I no longer have.
Looking to trade for bike in my size. 18” max frame. Prefer Trek, Cannondale, Specialized, Gary Fisher. Age doesn’t matter just good condition.








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Old 02-08-20, 03:26 PM
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trade 58cm for 60-61cm?

Got a great deal on a Raleigh Revenio 2.0 (aluminum frame, carbon forks) for triathlons (not a professional or anything, just run a few a year), and it's a 58cm frame, so at 6'3ish, I really do find myself very bent over on it. It's just a tiny bit too small. Does anyone have an equivalent road bike around 60-61cm that they'd be willing to trade? Will add pictures if anyone's interested, when I got it it was literally brand new, had only been ridden twice, gears were beautiful, etc. and since then I've only ridden it about 5 times (it got freezing almost immediately after I got the bike and it's sat indoors in a climate controlled environment for a couple months now), but since I'm looking to start riding again a lot in the coming months, I'm hoping to trade it.
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Old 01-17-21, 06:14 PM
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Looking for NIB 26” x 1.25 presta tubes

Wow last post here was 2/2020.

Have NIB for trade:

26” Schrader tubes 1.25 and up widths
or
700c presta tubes 23mm and up to 40mm tubes. 40mm are new, never used and not in boxes.

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Old 11-14-21, 08:52 AM
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27" Coaster Wheel to Trade for 26" Coaster Wheel

I bought this from a local shop that was going out of business. It was labeled 26" and I was in too much of a hurry and too excited to double-check it. It turns out to be a 27" and now the shop is long gone.

I am looking for a comparable 26" rim with coaster brake to build a cruiser out of an old frame. I do not want to BUY a 26" rim (unless it's $10 or less) and I cannot ship this rim anywhere, so please only reply if you have a 26" rim and need this 27" for your own project in the Long Island area.

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Old 10-23-22, 09:14 PM
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Faggin For Swap

I have an excellent condition 1985 Faggin frameset that needs a new home. It's too big for me. Looking for a 56 to 58 cm replacement. Prefer another Italian but open to other high quality steel framesets. Faggin is Columbus SL tubing with a chrome fork and stays.
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Old 10-24-22, 05:44 AM
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Originally Posted by wagonfanatic
I have an excellent condition 1985 Faggin frameset that needs a new home. It's too big for me. Looking for a 56 to 58 cm replacement. Prefer another Italian but open to other high quality steel framesets. Faggin is Columbus SL tubing with a chrome fork and stays.
I don’t have the frame you’re looking for, but I suggest you state what size yours is and supply a picture.
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Old 11-20-22, 05:47 PM
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So I have a question and hoping someone has a simple resolution I haven’t thought of. I’m looking to swap bikes with someone about 6 hours away. I’m in CT, he’s in PA. What’s the safest way to do this with minimal cost and reducing risk of getting screwed short of making the drive.
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Originally Posted by 15fsport_350
So I have a question and hoping someone has a simple resolution I haven’t thought of. I’m looking to swap bikes with someone about 6 hours away. I’m in CT, he’s in PA. What’s the safest way to do this with minimal cost and reducing risk of getting screwed short of making the drive.
I've shipped bikes by Greyhound. Prices are very low, but you have to crate the bike, and you have to drop off and pick up at a Greyhound depot.
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Originally Posted by noglider
I've shipped bikes by Greyhound. Prices are very low, but you have to crate the bike, and you have to drop off and pick up at a Greyhound depot.
Thanks for the info. I was more looking for a way to swap bike with someone to reduce risk of either person being screwed from long distance.
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Originally Posted by lornaroa17
Excited to join the Northeast For Trade Thread! A fantastic opportunity to swap items with fellow enthusiasts. No money involved, just cover shipping costs. Let's build a community of sharing and trading where everyone benefits. Looking forward to connecting and finding new treasures through this unique exchange platform.
In case it's not clear, it's meant for the northeast part of the United States.
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