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Old 07-04-2023, 02:15 PM
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John Hollands Custom Road Bike - $1,800 Effingham, NH

July 4, 2023
John Hollands Custom Road Bike - $1,800 Effingham, NH
Hand built by John Hollands a very well-respected builder of custom steel frame bicycles in Reisterstown MD. Excellent condition.

The bike was built to my personal measurements. If you are near my size, this is the perfect bike for you; 6’4”, 36” inseam, 35” sleeve length, 195 pounds.

It is a wonderful ride and I never thought I would part with it, but since I retired, I am no longer interested in long road bike rides.

Frame dimensions:
Top tube 57 cm
Head tube 22 cm
Down tube 61 cm
Seat tube 60.5 cm
Seat stay 56 cm
Chain stay 37 cm

Campagnolo Chorus Groupset 21 speed triple chainset
King headset
Shimano SPD pedals
Cinelli Aero bars
Mavic Reflex rims
700x23 tires

https://nh.craigslist.org/bik/d/effi...623147727.html
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Old 07-04-2023, 02:20 PM
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Waterford Touring Frame - $400 60cm

July 04, 2023

Waterford Touring Frame - $400
Waterford Precision 1900 Touring Frame
The frame has its share of nicks in the paint but in good overall condition
has 3 water bottle mounts, mounts for racks and lowrider front racks

60cm CTC, top tube 58 cm, stand over 34"

one inch, threaded fork, new origin 8 sealed headset
new TRP cantilever brakes
Amercian classic seat post included
Wheels Not Included but are for sale
https://milwaukee.craigslist.org/bop...638409337.html
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Old 07-06-2023, 10:48 PM
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Ellis Strata Fango with some caveats - Milwaukee, Wi - $1995

Ellis Strata Fango Gravel Bike


from the seller -

Top tube is 60.5 center to center. Seat tube is 58 center to top. Stack is very generous at 650 and reach is 425.

The components are Shimano with a mix of road & MTB. Dura Ace electric shifting, XTR crank set and cassette. Brakes are mechanical Ultegra. I had the wheels custom built and they only have about 1000 miles on them. The hubs are DT240 and the spokes are Sapim CX Ray with brass nipples. The rims are Yishun and gravel specific & 30mm wide. I have owned the bike about 7 years and have about 2500 miles on it. I don’t know how many Dave put on it before me? The Dura Ace rear derailleur has a custom K Edge cage to accommodate the 32 tooth XTR cassette. The tires are currently 36mm and fit good under the fenders. The original fork and frame will accommodate 2.1 MTB tires. I will include the original fork.
There is a small dent on the right seat stay. Something you won’t notice unless you are looking for it. I replaced the battery last fall, but it is a custom unit I assembled myself. I have an external Shimano battery mount and wiring that I could install if you are not comfortable with a homemade unit.
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Old 07-06-2023, 11:10 PM
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Ellis Strata Fango Gravel Bike


from the seller -

Top tube is 60.5 center to center. Seat tube is 58 center to top. Stack is very generous at 650 and reach is 425.

The components are Shimano with a mix of road & MTB. Dura Ace electric shifting, XTR crank set and cassette. Brakes are mechanical Ultegra. I had the wheels custom built and they only have about 1000 miles on them. The hubs are DT240 and the spokes are Sapim CX Ray with brass nipples. The rims are Yishun and gravel specific & 30mm wide. I have owned the bike about 7 years and have about 2500 miles on it. I don’t know how many Dave put on it before me? The Dura Ace rear derailleur has a custom K Edge cage to accommodate the 32 tooth XTR cassette. The tires are currently 36mm and fit good under the fenders. The original fork and frame will accommodate 2.1 MTB tires. I will include the original fork.
There is a small dent on the right seat stay. Something you won’t notice unless you are looking for it. I replaced the battery last fall, but it is a custom unit I assembled myself. I have an external Shimano battery mount and wiring that I could install if you are not comfortable with a homemade unit.
Why, Why, WHY electronic only? What a waste of an opportunity, although that may be reflected by the asking price.
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Old 07-06-2023, 11:34 PM
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Not a waste at all. I have a Di2 Ellis and it is a thing of beauty. Electronic only is elegant and the frame was built with a specific group in mind. If it really does fit 2.1 MTB tires that is awesome.
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Old 08-03-2023, 03:08 PM
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Sycip on Facebook, seller's ad copy:

"For sale is a 61cm custom steel Sycip frame, headset and custom steel fork. I’m also including a 2nd carbon fork with both canti studs and disc tabs. The condition of the frame and fork are excellent with only a little paint damage on the drive side chainstay from a dropped chain. The paint is a beautiful metallic orange with gold flake, looks brilliant in the sun! The bike is pictured with 700x40 tires which is max in the frame, fork has room for more. This would make a great CX, monster cross, gravel, commuter or touring rig given the tire size capacity, fork braze on and fender eyelets. Wheelset pictured also available (WTB rims laced to XT hubs) Shipping available through BikeFlights. #crossiscoming
61.5cm ST C-T
61cm TT C-C
58.5cm ST C-C
16.5cm HT C-C"



40mm tire shown:


mid-fork eyelets plus fender, rack bosses:
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Old 08-03-2023, 04:54 PM
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I can't find it when I search... could you please share a link?

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Sycip on Facebook, seller's ad copy:

"For sale is a 61cm custom steel Sycip frame, headset and custom steel fork. I’m also including a 2nd carbon fork with both canti studs and disc tabs. The condition of the frame and fork are excellent with only a little paint damage on the drive side chainstay from a dropped chain. The paint is a beautiful metallic orange with gold flake, looks brilliant in the sun! The bike is pictured with 700x40 tires which is max in the frame, fork has room for more. This would make a great CX, monster cross, gravel, commuter or touring rig given the tire size capacity, fork braze on and fender eyelets. Wheelset pictured also available (WTB rims laced to XT hubs) Shipping available through BikeFlights. #crossiscoming
61.5cm ST C-T
61cm TT C-C
58.5cm ST C-C
16.5cm HT C-C"



40mm tire shown:


mid-fork eyelets plus fender, rack bosses:
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Old 08-03-2023, 06:06 PM
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I can't find it when I search... could you please share a link?
It was posted on pinkbike too 24hrs ago but already sale pending when I inquired.
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Old 08-03-2023, 06:06 PM
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Whoops -- sorry:

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Old 08-03-2023, 11:39 PM
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Does that front tire look off center in the fork?
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Old 08-08-2023, 01:28 PM
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Serotta Ottrott

Serotta Ottrott titanium/carbon 60cm (c-c)

https://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=298142
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Old 08-08-2023, 10:17 PM
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Big boy (serial indicates 63cm) Serotta Legend with record 10 and Ksyrium SL wheels. $1700
https://www.ebay.com/itm/38592572483...mis&media=COPY
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Old 08-09-2023, 09:34 AM
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Big boy (serial indicates 63cm) Serotta Legend with record 10 and Ksyrium SL wheels. $1700
https://www.ebay.com/itm/38592572483...mis&media=COPY
response from seller on geometry:

seat tube, bottom weld to top-59cm
Top tube, weld to weld-56cm
Head tube-24cm

Checking to see why geo info did not post to ad. Beautiful bike just wish TT were longer. I predict this will sell fast. Someone is going to get a well equipped bike at a nice price IMHO.
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Old 08-09-2023, 12:38 PM
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Weld to weld?

I get the feeling the seller isn't a "bike guy." The weld to weld measurement sounds more like "inside to inside" than center to center. You might have to do a bit of tubing diameter math to get numbers that make more sense.
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Old 08-09-2023, 12:59 PM
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That top tube certainly looks longer than 56cm c-c. Maybe someone can help decipher the serial number? CTI 63 5269
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