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cnighbor1 07-18-2019 05:52 PM

psa DAVIDSON IMPULSE ROAD BIKE 50 miles ridden 56 CM CAMPAGNOLO - $975
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Sad to part with this one owner bike, but just can't ride anymore.

Bought directly from Davidson in Seattle, Washington in the early 1990's this bike has less than 500 miles on it.

It rides like a dream, as do all Davidson handbuilt bikes do.

Well cared for, in excellent condition, never been crashed, with a few storage dings and scuffs. The saddle does have a scuff on the right side.
Frame: 56cm
Groupset: Campy Chorus(?) 8 speed
Crank length: 170mm
Chain ring: 39/52
Cassette: 12-23
Wheel set: Campy Omega 700c 32-spoke
Tires: Specialized Espoir Elite 700c/ 23mm
Saddle: Specialized Body Geometry
Pedals: standard no-clip pedals shown
Not pictured: saddle bag

Davidson website:

XXtwindad 07-18-2019 06:53 PM

Moots Vamoots 50cm $3000
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Check out the ad! Talk about good copywriting! Kudos!

Reminds me of the childhood classic "The Giving Tree."

"Once upon a time there was a young man who loved cycling. He tried many very light and flashy bikes made out of composites like carbon fiber in faraway factories across the ocean. Although these bikes often seemed great when he first got them, ultimately each bike turned out to be cheaply made and flaws were soon revealed. Many of these bikes lived worryingly short lives. After a while, the young man became frustrated and his love for cycling wavered.

Then, one day, he had the opportunity to try a bike from Moots. It was a little heavier than the bikes he had been riding, but it was carefully assembled by hand from specially curated titanium tubing in a small shop just on the other side of the mountains. It was a special bike. It was not flashy, but artful in both construction and performance. It was durable and comfortable and it reignited his love for the sport. The bike became the young man’s constant companion, and together they climbed legendary hills in the Rockies and Sierras of the American West, the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and the Ardennes, Black Forest, Apennines, and Alps of Europe. They seemed destined for a lifetime of adventure together.

But after a while, even though the bike stayed young and spry as ever, the young man became an older man. The man and his wife had children who needed attention and the man’s back began to ache. No longer could he spend hours bent over the handlebars or long days adventuring wherever he pleased. And so the bike languished in the man’s garage. He still cared for it, polished its titanium frame and lubricated its drivetrain in preparation for some future day when he and the bike would conquer the mountains together again. But that day never came.

Now the bike grew sad. It longed for adventure, to once again feel the sun and wind on its frame as it raced over the rolling prairie hills and soared around spectacular-view mountain switchbacks. It wanted to climb until it touched summer snow, and power through the driving headwinds that rip down the canyons the bike had come to know so well. But the bike was a good bike, loyal and true, and so it waited. It believed its moment would come again soon. But the moment did not come.

After a long time, the man finally saw that he could not help the bike realize its dreams. But, he thought, someone else could. You, dear reader, can help the bike and restore it to its joyful self! And the bike can help you! If you, like the man, seek a bike that will last forever and offer consistently magical ride quality, you and the bike might soon share true love, just as the bike and the man once did. If you seek a bike with all these qualities and, like the man, are not particularly tall, then true love is most certainly assured.

And best of all, you can fulfill this true love for just a fraction of the price it would cost for a new bike — which would undoubtedly be a less worldly and seasoned bike, a more ordinary bike. Perhaps there is to be a happy ending to this fairy tale, and that happy ending starts with you."

hummus_aquinas 07-18-2019 07:16 PM

Imagine writing that and getting:
"Would you take an ounce of kush and a pitbull puppy?"

cgolvin 07-18-2019 08:02 PM


Originally Posted by hummus_aquinas (Post 2567857)
Imagine writing that and getting:
"Would you take an ounce of kush and a pitbull puppy?"

Ha! Apparently his prose hasn't resulted in a sale since this barn find first popped up almost a month ago. Still good readin' though.

itsflantastic 07-19-2019 01:10 PM

cool serotta
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not my size but seems like a nice one! 53cm

muz 07-19-2019 01:56 PM


Originally Posted by itsflantastic (Post 2568202)

not my size but seems like a nice one! 53cm

This one is listed here:

Veloo 07-19-2019 07:21 PM

LG Course Air Lite II shoes
My size (43.5) but I don't like black. Good price too.
I haven't worn these besides trying them on at a show. 43.5 seemed to fit me well. If they were another colour I'd pick up a pair.

Toddtwenty2 07-20-2019 07:37 AM

57cm Ellis on Ebay

R3awak3n 07-20-2019 07:46 AM


Originally Posted by Toddtwenty2 (Post 2568552)

that is gourgeous and WAY too much money

texbike 07-20-2019 11:52 AM

Black Mountain Monster Cross
Here's a complete Black Mountain Monster Cross in San Antonio for $700 -


jtakeda 07-20-2019 04:27 PM

Not cheap but HOLY CRAP

Toddtwenty2 07-20-2019 06:03 PM


Originally Posted by R3awak3n (Post 2568560)
that is gourgeous and WAY too much money


ultraman6970 07-20-2019 06:16 PM

That landshark rocks but from there to 4ks... well.... maybe a half? at 3.7 doubt it....

pbarry 07-20-2019 07:21 PM

52cm 650c Hors Categorie
650c Hors Categorie

I’m selling a Titanium Serotta Hors Categorie triathlon bike, size 52cm C-T, 50cm C-C, 18-speed. The bike is equipped with Shimano Ultegra components for smooth shifting, Reynolds Ouzo Pro carbon fork, speed play pedals, and Velocity Aerohead 650 wheels laced to Dura Ace hubs. This bike is ultra light without losing stability or integrity. The curved DKS technology seat stays and damper are engineered for ultimate control in high speed cornering and maneuvering. It is zippy! Includes new bartape, and is fully tuned, cleaned and polished. Selling $800, cash only, no trades.

Ride this featherweight road bike in your next triathlon! Instagram: @DenverBikeRestore

Frame: Serotta Hors Categorie, TITANIUM frame, 52cm C-T, 50cm C-C, 18-speed
Fork: Reynolds Ouzo Pro carbon fork
Shifters/Derailluers: Shimano Ultegra
Crankset: Shimano Ultegra
Brakeset: Shimano Ultegra with Tektro levers
Headset: Cane Creek
Wheels: Velocity Aerohead 650 wheels
Hubs: Dura Ace
Tires: Michelin Pro Race
Seatpost: American classic
Saddle: Koobie Au Enduro

RoadWhale 07-21-2019 12:00 PM

40% OFF Pedals Sale @ Competitive Cyclist
I just ordered a set of Dura Ace Pedals and received the 40% discount and free two day shipping. Part of the TDF series of daily deals.

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