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LJohnny 06-22-2019 05:04 PM

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Originally Posted by cribbit (Post 2556529)



This looks a lot larger than 54cm to me...

mtechnica 06-22-2019 05:16 PM

Looks like a 56 and I want it

Hellgate 06-22-2019 06:14 PM

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Originally Posted by jtbadge (Post 2556580)
Turner's Cycling in the Kansas City metro area is closing, here's the liquidation auction:

https://bid.auctionbymayo.com/m/view...21434?items=24

-Mostly Giant bikes and accessories
-Tons of parts and tools
-Buncha old ("vintage?") Schwinn, including NOS Schwinn Le Tour frames.
-Campy tool set

https://bid.auctionbymayo.com/images...jpg?1560294552

https://bid.auctionbymayo.com/images...jpg?1560298615

I bit on the lot of snow shovels. There's some nice items. The Schwinn KOM is pretty cool.

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cnighbor1 06-22-2019 06:41 PM

PSA (Anyone like the paint?) Tommasini Super Prestige - $1200 (Boulder)
 
Tommasini Super Prestige - $1200 (Boulder)
https://boulder.craigslist.org/bik/d...899967969.html
I have this exquisite Tommasini Super Prestige in Columbus SLX tubing. It's 58 cm ctc top tube and 58cm ctc seat tube and has a complete Campagnolo 9 speed Chorus group in great shape as well as a Campagnolo Record headset. The paint on the top tube and lugs is beautiful and the photos can't really capture it. There's a few little chips in the paint as shown in the pictures. It has fresh bar tape and is tuned up. Thomson seatpost, Brooks Pro saddle with copper rivets, cinelli stem. Only issues are that there are a couple of small cracks in the rear rim as shown and the bottom bracket cups could be tightened up, as the drive axle is currently moving a tiny bit side to side.

brewsmith 06-22-2019 07:47 PM

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Originally Posted by cnighbor1 (Post 2556626)
Tommasini Super Prestige - $1200 (Boulder)
https://boulder.craigslist.org/bik/d...899967969.html
I have this exquisite Tommasini Super Prestige in Columbus SLX tubing. It's 58 cm ctc top tube and 58cm ctc seat tube and has a complete Campagnolo 9 speed Chorus group in great shape as well as a Campagnolo Record headset. The paint on the top tube and lugs is beautiful and the photos can't really capture it. There's a few little chips in the paint as shown in the pictures. It has fresh bar tape and is tuned up. Thomson seatpost, Brooks Pro saddle with copper rivets, cinelli stem. Only issues are that there are a couple of small cracks in the rear rim as shown and the bottom bracket cups could be tightened up, as the drive axle is currently moving a tiny bit side to side.

That's a forum member's:
https://forums.thepaceline.net/showt...ight=Tommasini

ultraman6970 06-22-2019 10:17 PM

When is that turners liquidation over? anybody knows??? do they ship??

Thanks


Just found out... needed to click in the right places... local pick up :/ sucks, too far...

Liberace 06-22-2019 10:31 PM

https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/...918289321.html

Looks nice.

Clean39T 06-22-2019 10:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Liberace (Post 2556723)

Save a click, save a puppy..

https://images.craigslist.org/00l0l_...N_1200x900.jpg

https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/...918289321.html

Speedvagen - Custom Road Bike Designed by Sasha White of Vanilla SM! $4000
SRAM Red Gruppo Crank Length 172.5 mm
Steel Filet Brazed Frame
Feathered Brakes
Chris King Headset
Titanium Quick Release Skewers
EDGE Tubular Rims with Tune Hubs
3T Integrated Bars and Stems painted to match bike
3T Carbon Fiber Fork
Fizik Seat with Carbon Fiber Rails
Integrated seat mast and post
Specs: 56 cm top tube
Equivalent to a medium or 56 cm Top Tube. Exact specifications available upon request.

ultraman6970 06-22-2019 10:39 PM

Anybody in kansas city?

Got my attention that not that much parts and bikes, more than nothing hardware, either way worth the time to bid in a few things. Somebody with 2k to spend will get that campagnolo set easy... saw some interesting tools, sadly have to drive 17 hours to get there :D The good news is that is straight from here to there... the other bad thing is that i must be sure i will win at least 1000 bucks of stuff to make my trip worth it.

Have a friend in colorado with a shop, this is ideal for him due to all the stuff to hang stuff.... I imagin the stuff will show up at ebay at some point anyways.

I imagine local to kansas city forumites are bidding to this?

cribbit 06-22-2019 11:52 PM

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Originally Posted by ultraman6970 (Post 2556725)
Anybody in kansas city?

Got my attention that not that much parts and bikes, more than nothing hardware, either way worth the time to bid in a few things. Somebody with 2k to spend will get that campagnolo set easy... saw some interesting tools, sadly have to drive 17 hours to get there :D The good news is that is straight from here to there... the other bad thing is that i must be sure i will win at least 1000 bucks of stuff to make my trip worth it.

Have a friend in colorado with a shop, this is ideal for him due to all the stuff to hang stuff.... I imagin the stuff will show up at ebay at some point anyways.

I imagine local to kansas city forumites are bidding to this?


There's a bike in KC I've been wanting for ages but the seller is a pain to deal with. Sadly it's also sub $500 so it's unlikely to be worth the effort of a facilitator. But if someone happens to be in the area I might try to see if something works out.

cribbit 06-23-2019 01:30 AM

https://tucson.craigslist.org/bik/d/...917242856.html

https://i.imgur.com/KUwOKV1.png

cribbit 06-23-2019 01:33 AM

F L A T

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/bik...917872965.html

https://i.imgur.com/o6vQaQX.png

cribbit 06-23-2019 01:37 AM

Good for a laugh

https://boulder.craigslist.org/bik/d...917139748.html

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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.

Here are the details:

$3500 or best offer
50 cm Moots Vamoots CR (additional geometry info: https://moots.com/wp-content/uploads..._VamootsCR.pdf)
Moots Carbon Road Fork
100 mm Moots Ti stem
Chris King Headset
Moots Ti Cinch Post Seatpost
FSA K-Force Carbon Handlebars
SRAM Red 10-speed drivetrain & brakes
53/39 170 mm GXP Crank, 11-28 SRAM PG-1070 cassette
Revolution Wheelworks Rev30 wheels, including PowerTap Pro+ rear hub

texbike 06-23-2019 08:50 AM

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Originally Posted by cribbit (Post 2556771)

^ What a great ad! ;)

Texbike

Liberace 06-23-2019 09:30 PM

Check out DC Craigslist - Kirk, Bedford, etc......
 
https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/...uery=arlington

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