View Full Version : Stuff for sale - It's just what you've been looking for!

07-04-2010, 03:41 PM

1. Record Triple 52/42/30 172.5 arms. Used, some scratches. $50.
2. SOLD Centaur Triple. 50/40/30. NOS. Note that these are the Century Gray versions, which have a darker finish. SOLD $30.


1.SOLD Regal Ti World Champ stripes. Used off and on for about a year. SOLD $35
2. SOLD Rolls Used for only about a hundred miles. Slight discoloring (its a solid white saddle) but nothing bad. SOLD


SOLD Easton EA70X Wheels (tubular) de stickered, with paint rub below the brake track. I broke a rear spoke on these wheels and had it replaced. Used for probably 500 miles after that, but I switched back to clinchers (almost all of my miles are commuting these days). The wheels are true, and I have four spare rear spokes (Easton sells them 5 at a time). Id prefer a local (Washington D.C.) sale on the wheels, but will ship. Retail for around $500, I paid $350, will sell for $150. A great way to try out tubulars, or a good cyclocross wheelset. These are also pictured on the Kona below. SOLD


Kona Honk Tonk, size 59. My winter commuter last year. I really dont have room for three bikes, and this one is the odd man out. No dents, and no major scratches. Here is what is included:

1. Frame
2. Fork
3. Black Chris King headset, from 2004.
4. Adjustable Nitto front rack
5. Tektro long reach brakes, with Kool-Stop Salmon pads.
6. Velo Orange fenders, front modified (moved forward) and spare bottle mudflapped.
7. Sheldon Nuts, for quick fender removal.
8. Generic kalloy seatpost.
9. FSA double front derailleur
10. Downtube cable stops.
11. 40cm Bontrager bars
12. stem of your choice (I think I have 90-130 Easton stems)

So, everything in the pictures, except the wheels (the EA70X for sale above) and the bottom bracket. Id like $400 for the package.

All prices plus actual shipping. First "I want it" gets it.


07-04-2010, 04:14 PM
pm sent on regal ti.

Steve in SLO
07-04-2010, 05:05 PM
PM on Centaur cranks.

07-04-2010, 05:46 PM
great price on the Kona... those are a good no-nonsense beater bike and the kit you're selling is awesome except for the frame size... ;)

Good Luck!

07-04-2010, 07:05 PM
I'll take the Centaur triple crankset.

07-04-2010, 07:32 PM
How I wish that Kona was a hair smaller!

07-05-2010, 10:37 PM
Thanks guys!

The Kona is still available. Its a great commuter - it's not a handbuilt masterpiece, but it is a nice, cheap bike.