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Clean39T 10-31-2019 07:02 PM

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Originally Posted by rallizes (Post 2614130)
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik...011071224.html

unusual geo but not a lot of $$$

This travel frame was made by Bill Holland several years ago . It is a forever frame made of stainless steel , with a Reynolds carbon fork. It fits like a 56 cm frame but with a short top tube- 53 cm. The effect is a more upright riding position or a bike for riders with longish legs and a short torso.
The price is for the frame, fork, Chris King head set, cable splitters, S&S hard case, and all packing materials .
Or, $700 for the complete bike minus the saddle and pedals .
The frame is in near perfect condition with no dents or scrapes.https://images.craigslist.org/00202_...U_1200x900.jpg

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Originally Posted by weisan (Post 2614155)
I know the seller. He lurks around here sometimes. He's an outstanding pal, buy with confidence.

Is it just me, or is that bike missing its upper headset bearing? :eek:

EDIT :: nevermind, the handlebars are obscuring it....

Wish I could find a S&S Holland that fit me....actually, no, I don't....can't....buy...moar...bikes....

Hilltopperny 10-31-2019 07:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Clean39T (Post 2614175)
Is it just me, or is that bike missing its upper headset bearing? :eek:

It's just the the sun refracting that makes it look like its missing.

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kookmyers 10-31-2019 10:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rallizes (Post 2614130)
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik...011071224.html

unusual geo but not a lot of $$$

This travel frame was made by Bill Holland several years ago . It is a forever frame made of stainless steel , with a Reynolds carbon fork. It fits like a 56 cm frame but with a short top tube- 53 cm. The effect is a more upright riding position or a bike for riders with longish legs and a short torso.
The price is for the frame, fork, Chris King head set, cable splitters, S&S hard case, and all packing materials .
Or, $700 for the complete bike minus the saddle and pedals .
The frame is in near perfect condition with no dents or scrapes.

I’m so upset that I missed this one. I’m second in line but doubt the first person will pass. If you are here, please let me know if it doesn’t work for your wife because I’d love to get mine off her “bikesdirect” that she rides daily.

skiezo 11-01-2019 05:24 AM

Glad you are my size
 
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Originally Posted by Hilltopperny (Post 2613947)
I snagged it!

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Good that you are my size. Ill be watching for it on the PL classified.

Dekonick 11-01-2019 05:45 AM

Such odd geometry. I guess if you put a 16 cm stem... :eek: (could you have one made? Would it be too much torque?)

KarlC 11-01-2019 09:02 AM

Santana Beyond - Titanium and Carbon tandem
 
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik...008699406.html

I just had $2k of tune, tires, cables, new rear brake, bar tape, chains, etc. This is an amazing tandem - XL front Small rear sizing. This Titanium and Carbon tandem is one of the finest tandems available. We invested over 10k new + this recent complete tune. Ready for adventure and fun.
I just bought an E-mountain bike and prefer riding off road. Did not think about this before investing in the custom bike work, but we are just not riding the tandem much anymore... Needs a good home with a team that will ride and enjoy.

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cmbicycles 11-01-2019 04:11 PM

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Originally Posted by KarlC (Post 2614341)

That's a whole lot of bike, although I'd be skeptical of the $2k tune up, but who knows. It's an interesting cable pull mechanism for the rear brake, haven't seen that one before.

recarcar 11-01-2019 04:22 PM

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Originally Posted by kookmyers (Post 2614247)
I’m so upset that I missed this one. I’m second in line but doubt the first person will pass. If you are here, please let me know if it doesn’t work for your wife because I’d love to get mine off her “bikesdirect” that she rides daily.

My old bike! The original owner was a woman with long legs and a shorter torso. Beautiful ride if it fits! The brake bridge limits the tire size to around 30mm, but not bad considering it was a road bike made in the late 90s-early 2000's.

cinema 11-01-2019 07:37 PM

I don't know anything about carbon wheels or current prices but this seems like a good deal

https://aroundthecycle.com/products/...eid=f8a6ac00a8

use code ENVEMYWHEELS to get an extra $200 off

sorry if this is a lame deal just comment and I'll delete. I think the hubs alone are like $600 or so new. shop is legit, it's a brick and mortar one local to me

KarlC 11-01-2019 07:47 PM

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Originally Posted by cinema (Post 2614646)
I don't know anything about carbon wheels or current prices but this seems like a good deal

https://aroundthecycle.com/products/...eid=f8a6ac00a8

use code ENVEMYWHEELS to get an extra $200 off

sorry if this is a lame deal just comment and I'll delete. I think the hubs alone are like $600 or so new. shop is legit, it's a brick and mortar one local to me

Not a bad deal, these Campy Bora One 35 Tubular for $700 are a good deal also

https://aroundthecycle.com/products/...6f08bf36&_ss=r

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cinema 11-01-2019 07:55 PM

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Originally Posted by KarlC (Post 2614654)
Not a bad deal, these Campy Bora One 35 Tubular for $700 are a good deal also

https://aroundthecycle.com/products/...6f08bf36&_ss=r

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wow that is a good deal. I like this shop been there a few times they've helped me out for free when I was in a pinch

KarlC 11-01-2019 08:52 PM

Pinarello F8 frame - $1100
 
This ....... https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bik...992466308.html

This ........ https://aroundthecycle.com/products/...6f08bf36&_ss=r

And That ......... https://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=244098

You all have the rest of the parts at home already


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mhespenheide 11-02-2019 12:48 PM

https://images.craigslist.org/00606_...IV_600x450.jpg

Serotta Colorado II - $500 (Boston/Woburn)

"55cm center to center beautiful pearl white paint job one small chip on top tube no dents as optional Davis Phinney long top tube geometry frame and fork were purchased from Belmont Wheelworks for over $1,000 Dura-Ace 7400 series 8 speed STI shifters Dura-Ace crankset Chris King hubs 28 spoke laced to cxp33 rims Selle Italia Flite saddle probably the nicest lugged Steel bicycle frame ever built"

https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...002583555.html

mhespenheide 11-02-2019 12:52 PM

https://images.sidelineswap.com/prod...23a_small.jpeg

Lighthouse Cycles 56cm Touring Road Bike Frame w/ Columbus Tubing ~ Made in USA -- $585

https://sidelineswap.com/gear/bikes/...ng-made-in-usa


Not a source I've seen before; it appears similar to other sites that try to connect individual sellers and buyers. But Tim Neenan, the builder behind Lighthouse Cycles, is local to me. He's had a history of connections with Specialized in its early days, and is (IMHO) an underappreciated figure in the American bike scene. I have no connection to this seller.

RobJ 11-02-2019 02:06 PM

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Originally Posted by mhespenheide (Post 2614844)
https://images.craigslist.org/00606_...IV_600x450.jpg



Serotta Colorado II - $500 (Boston/Woburn)



"55cm center to center beautiful pearl white paint job one small chip on top tube no dents as optional Davis Phinney long top tube geometry frame and fork were purchased from Belmont Wheelworks for over $1,000 Dura-Ace 7400 series 8 speed STI shifters Dura-Ace crankset Chris King hubs 28 spoke laced to cxp33 rims Selle Italia Flite saddle probably the nicest lugged Steel bicycle frame ever built"



https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bi...002583555.html



Looks pretty nice and a good deal as a full bike. Reached out to the poster.


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