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Old 09-14-2020, 08:27 PM
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3D Racing Road-e bicycle - $1,500

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/bik...195054413.html

3D Racing Road-e bicycle $1500

For sale, custom 62cm 3D Racing Road-e Scandium aluminum bicycle equipped with Campagnolo Record components. 3D Racing is a custom frame builder located in Durango, Colorado. Chris Herting, the owner of 3D Racing, was the lead frame designer for Yeti Cycles. Please note that the Road-e is not an electric bike.

From Road Bike Action Magazine:

Although Chris Herting comes from a strong mountain bike background, his 3D road bikes are among the classiest we’ve seen. For six years Chris was the lead frame designer and director of R&D at Yeti Cycles, where he was responsible for designing the national and world championship winning bikes ridden by Juli Furtado and John Tomac. In 1992 Chris started his own bike company in a small shop in Durango, Colorado. What do we think is the coolest thing about Chris? How about the fact that he’s ridden 25 consecutive Solvang Centuries.

See also http://www.3dracingbikes.com/3D%20Ra...d%20Bikes.html

This bike is a an XL with a 62cm seatpost and 61cm top tube (virtual). The components are included in the pictures.

The bike has a few chips in the paint, but otherwise is in great condition with no mechanical or structural problems. Originally this bike would have sold for over $5000. I've got a number of other bikes, so I'm looking to sell off some of the extras.

Payment with cash or PayPal only, no cashier’s check or other scams. Local pickup in Sunnyvale.
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Old 09-14-2020, 09:06 PM
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(PS with those purple Paul brakes a must buy Charles)

Colnago Dream Cyclocross Gravel Bike - $2,150 (San Francisco)
This Is a sweet bike & Has been listed on Paceline somewhere
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Old 09-15-2020, 08:42 AM
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Italian Masi Nuova Strada 56 cm Reynolds 653
(PS not built by Alberto Masi)
16 Speed Masi/Dura-Ace Bicycle - $890 (Wickford)
https://providence.craigslist.org/bi...183481340.html
Custom built by Colorado Cyclist 1989.
Italian Masi Nuova Strada 56 cm Reynolds 653 red frame w/chrome front fork and rear dropouts.
Shimano Dura-Ace components throughout, 16 speed.
Cinelli handlebar w/cork tape, Selle Italia Turbo saddle, Campagnolo Omega XLC wheels w/stainless spokes
Newer tires: Bontrager (rear), Vredestein (front) 700 x 28
One owner, in conditioned storage for over 20 years. This high-end bike is in excellent condition ready for its new owner. All of the Shimano component manuals included.
Come take a look and be amazed at how beautiful it looks and rides! Original 1989 cost $ 1732.00, detailed sales receipt included. Must sell now…$890.00.

Who was building these bikes at the time?
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Old 09-15-2020, 09:37 AM
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Not exactly the most paceline canon bike, but seems like excellent paceline spouse bike for the money. Zwift ready with all those data outputs as well. If the better 3/4 wasn’t already sorted, I’d be picking this up myself.

https://columbus.craigslist.org/bik/...195939421.html

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Old 09-16-2020, 07:33 AM
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Sram Rise 60 B1 "Boost" 27.5" Carbon Wheels - Universal Cycles

https://www.universalcycles.com/shop...s.php?id=93859

I know zero about these wheels but when I see carbon at this price I thought they might be good for someone.
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Old 09-16-2020, 01:28 PM
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"NOS" Ibis Spanky Dura Ace Steel

Beautiful bike, beautiful condition for its age

https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2863063/


Beautiful bike in pristine condition. Collector’s item. Hand built by Ibis in California using specially butted Columbus Nivacrom steel.
Beautiful welds and amazing ride quality.
Brand new frameset! I built the bike up just 4 months ago.
Only one small dent on the rear seat stay - it happened while the frame was in storage.
Shimano Dura-Ace 7400 8x2 drivetrain and seatpost. Index shifting.
Very cool and expensive 3ttt stem and handlebar wrapped in leather bar tape.
Built with the Brand new cassette and chain, cables and housing, etc.
Dura ace hubs, Ambrosio Prisma clincher rims (front with partial black anodizing, rear is silver).
Brand new Continental Grand Prix Classic 25mm tires with dark tan walls.
Stainless steel Arundel bottle cages.
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Old 09-16-2020, 02:50 PM
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Beautiful bike, beautiful condition for its age

https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2863063/


Beautiful bike in pristine condition. Collector’s item. Hand built by Ibis in California using specially butted Columbus Nivacrom steel.
Beautiful welds and amazing ride quality.
Brand new frameset! I built the bike up just 4 months ago.
Only one small dent on the rear seat stay - it happened while the frame was in storage.
Shimano Dura-Ace 7400 8x2 drivetrain and seatpost. Index shifting.
Very cool and expensive 3ttt stem and handlebar wrapped in leather bar tape.
Built with the Brand new cassette and chain, cables and housing, etc.
Dura ace hubs, Ambrosio Prisma clincher rims (front with partial black anodizing, rear is silver).
Brand new Continental Grand Prix Classic 25mm tires with dark tan walls.
Stainless steel Arundel bottle cages.
Wow! That's beautiful! Look at the welds, droputs, and that fork! AND it has a pristine example of one of the absolute best groupsets of all time. Not too bad for $900 USD. Too bad it has that small ding.

Texbike
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Old 09-16-2020, 04:35 PM
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Couldn’t spot this one on here

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1844359116

Thought this was a fair price?
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Old 09-16-2020, 05:36 PM
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IBIS Spanky Dura Ace Columbus steel - $1,200

IBIS Spanky Dura Ace Columbus steel - $1,200
Beautiful bike in pristine condition. Collector’s item. Hand built by Ibis in California using specially butted Columbus Nivacrom steel. Beautiful welds and amazing ride quality.
Brand new frameset! I built the bike up just 4 months ago.
Only one small dent on the rear seat stay - it happened while the frame was in storage.
Shimano Dura-Ace 7400 8x2 drivetrain and seatpost. Index shifting.
Very cool and expensive 3ttt stem and handlebar wrapped in leather bar tape.
Built with the Brand new cassette and chain, cables and housing, etc.
Dura ace hubs, Ambrosio Prisma clincher rims (front with partial black anodizing, rear is silver).
Brand new Continental Grand Prix Classic 25mm tires with dark tan walls.
Stainless steel Arundel bottle cages.

Bike is tuned up, shifts, brakes perfectly.

It is available, will remove once sold.
Thank you

https://vancouver.craigslist.org/pml...197326368.html
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Old 09-16-2020, 05:47 PM
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Winter Bicycles track frameset w/ limited edition Chris King headset 56cm - $1,300

Winter Bicycles track frameset w/ limited edition Chris King headset — - $1,300
This Winter Bicycles steel frameset was shown at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show. It now features a custom iridescent paint job (and geometric cat head on the handlebars), limited edition Chris King headset, and carbon FSA track crankset. It hasn’t been ridden since it was repainted.

*This bike must be used with a variable-width crankset like the one included.

Size 56

Available for pickup in Pleasanton or East Oakland ( I can facilitate Charles)
https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/bop...197545796.html
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Old 09-16-2020, 06:04 PM
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Litespeed Tuscany Dura Ace - $1,200 55 cm triple setup

Beautiful Litespeed Tuscany, size 55, dura ace triple 9 speed, dura ace brakes, derailleur Excellent condition. Does not include the pedals in photos, I can include other pedals.

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bi...187146289.html
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Old 09-16-2020, 06:10 PM
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50cm Campagnolo 12 speed Colnago Tecnos ♠️ - $2,200 (Denver)

Campagnolo Colnago Tecnos ♠️ - $2,200 (Denver)

Time to let this one go. Beautifully maintained Campagnolo Colnago Technos road bike in size 20"/50cm. Cosmetic condition on this bike is 8 out of 10. It has a few small paint chips but otherwise immaculate. This is a top of the line Campy build with full Campy Super Record 11 groupset. Drivetrain shifts and rides like butter, brakes stop on a dime. Zonda G3 Dpro wheels with gatorskin tires. Ritchey WCS handle bars, Thompson Elite seatpost, and Chris King Nothread Headset. Need i say more?
No saddle or pedals.
Open to trades and offers, just ask.
https://denver.craigslist.org/bik/d/...180001661.html
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Old 09-16-2020, 07:01 PM
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Who was building these bikes at the time?
On Bob Hovey's site, he suggests "Italian subcontractors". I know that my late 3V was a Bilatto build--maybe someone knows which subcontractors for the Nuovo Strada?

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By the mid 90's most of the American 3V, Team 3V and Gran Criterium production went to Italian subcontractors (though a few custom orders continued to be built here, probably by Ted Kirkbride) so as with the Gran Corsa and Nuova Strada, we have a case of Italian frames that were sold as American. Some of the Team 3V's were painted in Italy with a few basic colors, but the greater majority of these frames were painted and decaled here by Jim Allen.

A recent appearance of Alberto's Italian Masi in the US is the model Nuovo Prestige. This bike is brazed in Italy (with Richard Sachs' Richie-issimo lugs and a Duomo symbol on the fork crown flats), and imported painted or unpainted. They've been spotted here with "Alberto Masi" downtube decals and a "3V" head tube and seat tube badge (3V in this case refers not to the bike model but a more generic reference: "La Vera Volumetrica del Vigorelli," meaning "The true Volumetrica from the Vigorelli."
http://bhovey.com/Masi/Nationality.htm

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Old 09-16-2020, 08:35 PM
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On Bob Honvey's site, he suggests "Italian subcontractors". I know that my late 3V was a Bilatto build--maybe someone knows which subcontractors for the Nuovo Strada?



http://bhovey.com/Masi/Nationality.htm
Thank you! In the article it says:
The same goes for the Gran Corsa and Nuova Strada... they were US bikes, but were never built here. They were built in Italy (again, probably by Billato or Mondonico), imported as bare frames, then numbered, painted and decaled here by Jim Allen.
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Old 09-16-2020, 08:41 PM
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IBIS Spanky Dura Ace Columbus steel - $1,200
Beautiful bike in pristine condition. Collector’s item. Hand built by Ibis in California using specially butted Columbus Nivacrom steel. Beautiful welds and amazing ride quality.
Brand new frameset! I built the bike up just 4 months ago.
Only one small dent on the rear seat stay - it happened while the frame was in storage.
Shimano Dura-Ace 7400 8x2 drivetrain and seatpost. Index shifting.
Very cool and expensive 3ttt stem and handlebar wrapped in leather bar tape.
Built with the Brand new cassette and chain, cables and housing, etc.
Dura ace hubs, Ambrosio Prisma clincher rims (front with partial black anodizing, rear is silver).
Brand new Continental Grand Prix Classic 25mm tires with dark tan walls.
Stainless steel Arundel bottle cages.

Bike is tuned up, shifts, brakes perfectly.

It is available, will remove once sold.
Thank you

https://vancouver.craigslist.org/pml...197326368.html
Normally, a ding would turn me off but this isn’t bad. I emailed the seller on this. I love 7400, the color of the bike.
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