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cnighbor1 07-21-2021 11:32 AM

1999 Voodoo Rada 56cm, Reynolds 853 steel - $850
 
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1999 Voodoo Rada 56cm, Reynolds 853 steel - $850
Purchased new by me in 1999 (still have original receipt for $1,925). Well maintained with low miles.

Highlights:
- Handmade in the USA by Joe Murray
- Full Reynolds 853 steel construction with signature hour glass seat stays
- Lightweight steel frame (3.9-lbs)
- Custom "Advanced Composites" carbon fork
- Shimano Ultegra groupset (long cage Ultegra rear derailleur will allow for a wide range cassette if desired)
- TRP brake levers
- Specialized leather saddle
- Brooks leather bar tape
- Deda threadless stem and handlebars
- Ritchey seatpost
- 25mm Continental tires in like new condition
- Mavic wheelset with bladed spokes

Measurements:
57cm top tube, center to center
55cm seat tube, center to center
31" stand-over height
Fits 5'8" - 5'11" or thereabouts
Flat pedals to be included for test rides
https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...347083005.html

yinzerniner 07-21-2021 11:35 AM

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Originally Posted by cnighbor1 (Post 2959694)
07/21/2021
Di2 58cm Cervelo Caledonia - $4,500 Port Townsend WA (That is a great town to retire to No winters great old homes Charles)
Almost brand new 58 Cervelo Caledonia Di2. Amazing bike that I would love to ride but I don’t have the time to do this beauty justice. Comes with original box and charger. I am the original owner. This is a great ride for both road and gravel and can take up to 34c tires! Bike was purchased on May 20th of 2021. From Serious Cycling in LA.

Check the specs from Cervelo’s website.
Let me know if you have any questions. This bike is hard to come by right now.
Thanks much!

https://seattle.craigslist.org/kit/b...353970380.html

Is this really a good deal or a barn find considering it's the same price as MSRP?
https://www.cervelo.com/en_US/caledonia

cnighbor1 07-21-2021 11:35 AM

New CINELLI Gazzetta Della Strada | Claris - $900
 
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CINELLI Gazzetta Della Strada | Claris - $900

0 miles on it, bought but was to big for me. No pedals and no brooks Saddle, stock cinelli Saddle

TUBE SET:Columbus Cr-Mo Double Butted Steel
FORK:Columbus Cr-Mo Steel 1 - 1/8"
HEADSET:EC 34/28.6 | EC 34/30
CRANKSET:Shimano Claris Compact 50/34T 170/175mm
FRONT DERAILLEUR:Shimano Claris FD-2400
REAR DERAILLEUR:Shimano Claris RD-2400
SHIFTERS:Shimano Claris ST-2400
CASSETTE:Shimano CS-HG50 11/32T
BRAKES:Tektro R369 Long Reach - Tektro RL 721 Levers
STEM:Cinelli 6061 Ø 31.8mm Silver
HANDLEBAR:Cinelli 6061 Ø 31.8mm Silver
TAPE:Cinelli Vegan Ribbon
WHEELS:Alex AP18 Rims - Joy-751RCC Front Hub - Shimano Claris Rear Hub
CHAIN:KMC X8
TIRES:Kenda K-193 700x28mm
SEATPOST:Cinelli 6061 Ø 27.2mm Silver
SADDLE:Stock Black
ACCESSORIES:Rear and Front Fenders, Rear and Front Carrier
BIKE WEIGHT:13.2kg
FRAME WEIGHT:2100g
FORK WEIGHT:880g
FORK RAKE:50mm


https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/b...354085002.html

cnighbor1 07-21-2021 11:42 AM

2015 Ritchey Logic 56cm - $725 fame and fork
 
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2015 Ritchey Logic 56cm - $725

Selling my Ritchey Logic frameset, it’s in great conditions, very light use. It fits me well and I am 5’11”. Please let me know if you have any questions.
https://seattle.craigslist.org/kit/b...347355772.html

cnighbor1 07-21-2021 11:59 AM

Moots Road Bike 56 cm - $1,750
 
Moots Road Bike 56 cm - $1,750
07/21/2021
https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/...352944162.html

XXtwindad 07-21-2021 04:33 PM

Rapha Paul Smith Giro D’Italia
 
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There are two “unicorn” Rapha jerseys. One is the “Maglia Nera” which I own. The other is this one: https://www.ebay.com/itm/30406941021...6&toolid=10001

About three hours left. If it were an “XL” it would be gone.

retropean 07-22-2021 05:14 AM

Listing is a week old but I don’t think it was posted here. There’s a Sachs in DC on FB. Not a screaming deal but some people look for em…

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...6649297717255/

Toddtwenty2 07-22-2021 07:45 AM

Della Santa Corsa Speciale - 55 x 53
 
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Someone should buy this to relieve me of temptation. I want this bike.

https://www.theproscloset.com/produc...rsa-speciale-m

cnighbor1 07-22-2021 03:49 PM

Guerciotti Columbus SLX Dura Ace Road Bike- 57 cm - $900
 
07/22/2021
Guerciotti Columbus SLX Dura Ace Road Bike- 57 cm - $900
https://denver.craigslist.org/bik/d/...346831752.html

cnighbor1 07-22-2021 03:57 PM

Beautiful 1978 Schwinn Paramount Racing Tandem with campy / Phil Wood - $1,700
 
Beautiful 1978 Schwinn Paramount Racing Tandem with campy / Phil Wood - $1,700
07/22/2021
Here is a beautiful 1978 Schwinn Paramount Racing tandem. Handbut in the USA. This is complete with Campagnolo cranksets, Schwinn approved rear derailleur and shifter, Phil Wood tandem handbuilt wheelset, Both seatpost are Campagnolo Record and both are brooks saddles. Stems are Cinelli.

Front fits 5’10” - 6’2” and the Rear comfortably fits 5’4” to 5’10”

A real beauty for bike collectors and extremely hard to find.

Thanks for looking.
https://denver.craigslist.org/bik/d/...344356379.html

cnighbor1 07-22-2021 04:04 PM

Waterford Gravel/Cross – 52cm - $4,500
 
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Waterford Gravel/Cross – 52cm - $4,500
Waterford Gravel/Cross Disc – 52cm

This 2020 Waterford 1x gravel bike is absolutely beautiful, and better yet, it has next to no miles on it! It was upgrade with $1000 in goodies, which includes the GRX groupset and Shimano GRX BL-RX812 in-line brake levers a great touch!). In total this was a $6k+ bike that is a year old with a hand full of rides.

Per Waterford:

You can handle Gravel with a wide range of tools, featuring our clean flat-mount brake designs. If you are transitioning from existing wheels to your new Waterford, we offer our exclusive Modular Dropout system, which lets you install quick release as well as through axle wheels in all the available disc caliper styles – flat mount, post mount or ISO mount brakes. Rim brake options are also available with either cantilever or long reach caliper brakes.

Build Specs:
Frame: Waterford Steel
Fork: Composite
Stem: Specialized
Headset: White Industries
Shift Levers: Shimano Ultegra
Cross Bar Shifters: Shimano GRX BL-RX812 in-line brake levers
Rear Derailleur: Shimano GRX
Front Derailleur: N/A
Crankset: Shimano Ultegra 165
Chain Ring: Wolf Tooth Oval 42T
Cassette: SRAM XG 1150 42/10t
Chain: Shimano HG-X11
Brakes: Shimano Ultegra
Wheelset: HED Belgium +
Hubs: White Industries
Tires: Panaracer Gravelking SK+ (38c)
Saddle: Cobb HSC
Seatpost: S-Works Carbon
Bars: Pro Vibe
https://portland.craigslist.org/clk/...351991345.html

gbcoupe 07-22-2021 06:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Toddtwenty2 (Post 2960045)
Someone should buy this to relieve me of temptation. I want this bike.

https://www.theproscloset.com/produc...rsa-speciale-m

If you have the $ and space, go for it. I don't think you'd have any regrets. Great looking bike.

Toddtwenty2 07-22-2021 08:10 PM

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Originally Posted by gbcoupe (Post 2960326)
If you have the $ and space, go for it. I don't think you'd have any regrets. Great looking bike.

No doubt! I have both, and this beauty really calls to me. That fork rake is an absolute thing of beauty, and the geo is spot on.

However, I am tighter on time than I prefer. I am also one bike heavier than I would like to be. There is freedom and simplicity in less that I am working to maintain.

Plus, I still haven’t built up that lovely Basso I grabbed from you. They even have the same fork crown!

gbcoupe 07-22-2021 08:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Toddtwenty2 (Post 2960352)
No doubt! I have both, and this beauty really calls to me. That fork rake is an absolute thing of beauty, and the geo is spot on.

However, I am tighter on time than I prefer. I am also one bike heavier than I would like to be. There is freedom and simplicity in less that I am working to maintain.

Plus, I still haven’t built up that lovely Basso I grabbed from you. They even have the same fork crown!

Can't speak for the Basso, as I unfortunately never built it up. The Della is one of the best rides I have. Available one looks to be in very good shape and fits. Not going to have too many opportunities.

Not in a position to reclaim the Basso, but maybe in a year or so? I know it tugged as a replacement for one you had, liked, but didn't quite fit.

N+1 or sell another? Not trying to be pushy here, but might be a good opportunity.

shrimp123 07-22-2021 08:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Toddtwenty2 (Post 2960352)
No doubt! I have both, and this beauty really calls to me. That fork rake is an absolute thing of beauty, and the geo is spot on.

However, I am tighter on time than I prefer. I am also one bike heavier than I would like to be. There is freedom and simplicity in less that I am working to maintain.

Plus, I still haven’t built up that lovely Basso I grabbed from you. They even have the same fork crown!

what are the details on the Basso? size, color, condition....
that bike is ok on tt, but short on the st :(


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