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Old 07-03-2019, 01:21 PM
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https://www.theproscloset.com/produc...arge-bike-2018



Battaglin built Columbus Life gravel grinder with an insane build - Red eTap hydro, Knight / DT-240 wheels, ENVE post, etc.

$3199 is a steal - somebody grab it and take the temptation away - stat!
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Old 07-05-2019, 06:19 PM
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Old 07-06-2019, 11:52 AM
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64 x 59.5 Hampsten Strada Bianca

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Hampsten-Mo...EAAOSwX7BdG-k3
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Old 07-08-2019, 05:22 PM
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Barry Bonds' bike didn't sell at $5k.

Now $4.5k.

Such a deal.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-Specia...d=293137989058
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Old 07-08-2019, 11:16 PM
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Very cool vintage bike. Everything fits for me except for the price!

https://www.ebay.com/itm/LeMond-TVT-...YAAOSwPCtdILzs
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Old 07-09-2019, 07:20 AM
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Very cool vintage bike. Everything fits for me except for the price!

https://www.ebay.com/itm/LeMond-TVT-...YAAOSwPCtdILzs
That would be incredible wall art. Wouldn't change a thing.
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Old 07-09-2019, 01:11 PM
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For those even taller than I; Land Shark Carbon.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/254286941284



Custom Carbon road frameset. This listing is for the frame, fork, and Chris King headset. I will also include an seat clamp(not the Salsa one pictured), front derailleur clamp, all of the cables and housings, if you want them. Other parts may be negotiated, if needed.

Frame is built with an Easton EC90 rear triangle and shaped top and down tubes. Top tube length is 62cm. If you have trouble getting a proper fit on a stock bike, this may be the answer for you. I am just under 6'5" and the bike is set up for me, as pictured. Fork is an Esaston EC90 Aero with a full 300mm of steer tube. Let me know if you need more pictures or measurements. Condition is outstanding. Get a $4000+ frameset for a fraction of the price.

Here are some specifications:

Top tube: 60cm actual, 62cm virtual

Head tube: 220mm

Seat tube: 55cm C-C, 65cm to top of collar

Wheelbase: 104cm

BB drop: 6cm

Head tube angle: approx 74º

Seat tube angle: approx 73º

chain stay: 414mm

Steer tube dia. 1-1/8"

Seat post dia. 31.6mm

BB: English threaded

The frameset has adaquate wheelbase and bb height to accomodate longer cranks, if you desire. It wasn't specifically built for this, bit I ran 200mm cranks with no issues. With the longer cranks and top tube, I finally felt like I was on a bike which fit and I didn't need to slam the seat back and run the longest stem I could find.
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Old 07-09-2019, 01:20 PM
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For those even taller than I; Land Shark Carbon.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/254286941284



Custom Carbon road frameset. This listing is for the frame, fork, and Chris King headset. I will also include an seat clamp(not the Salsa one pictured), front derailleur clamp, all of the cables and housings, if you want them. Other parts may be negotiated, if needed.

Frame is built with an Easton EC90 rear triangle and shaped top and down tubes. Top tube length is 62cm. If you have trouble getting a proper fit on a stock bike, this may be the answer for you. I am just under 6'5" and the bike is set up for me, as pictured. Fork is an Esaston EC90 Aero with a full 300mm of steer tube. Let me know if you need more pictures or measurements. Condition is outstanding. Get a $4000+ frameset for a fraction of the price.

Here are some specifications:

Top tube: 60cm actual, 62cm virtual

Head tube: 220mm

Seat tube: 55cm C-C, 65cm to top of collar

Wheelbase: 104cm

BB drop: 6cm

Head tube angle: approx 74º

Seat tube angle: approx 73º

chain stay: 414mm

Steer tube dia. 1-1/8"

Seat post dia. 31.6mm

BB: English threaded

The frameset has adaquate wheelbase and bb height to accomodate longer cranks, if you desire. It wasn't specifically built for this, bit I ran 200mm cranks with no issues. With the longer cranks and top tube, I finally felt like I was on a bike which fit and I didn't need to slam the seat back and run the longest stem I could find.
This would fit me like a glove (TT & STA are perfect), you don't see that every day (or ever). Too bad about that BB drop, non-starter for me unfortunately, or I'd be selling a bike to fund this.
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Old 07-09-2019, 11:01 PM
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25" NOS (!) 1981 Miyata 310:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1981-Miyata...W/163470219878
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Old 07-10-2019, 10:08 AM
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For those even taller than I; Land Shark Carbon.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/254286941284



Custom Carbon road frameset. This listing is for the frame, fork, and Chris King headset. I will also include an seat clamp(not the Salsa one pictured), front derailleur clamp, all of the cables and housings, if you want them. Other parts may be negotiated, if needed.

Frame is built with an Easton EC90 rear triangle and shaped top and down tubes. Top tube length is 62cm. If you have trouble getting a proper fit on a stock bike, this may be the answer for you. I am just under 6'5" and the bike is set up for me, as pictured. Fork is an Esaston EC90 Aero with a full 300mm of steer tube. Let me know if you need more pictures or measurements. Condition is outstanding. Get a $4000+ frameset for a fraction of the price.

Here are some specifications:

Top tube: 60cm actual, 62cm virtual

Head tube: 220mm

Seat tube: 55cm C-C, 65cm to top of collar

Wheelbase: 104cm

BB drop: 6cm

Head tube angle: approx 74º

Seat tube angle: approx 73º

chain stay: 414mm

Steer tube dia. 1-1/8"

Seat post dia. 31.6mm

BB: English threaded

The frameset has adaquate wheelbase and bb height to accomodate longer cranks, if you desire. It wasn't specifically built for this, bit I ran 200mm cranks with no issues. With the longer cranks and top tube, I finally felt like I was on a bike which fit and I didn't need to slam the seat back and run the longest stem I could find.
wow!! that is a pretty bike. hope someone here gets it. how is a handshark carbon frame? anyone have experience with them?
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Old 07-10-2019, 03:02 PM
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TT a bit to long, even for me.
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Old 07-10-2019, 07:40 PM
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Totally would, except skinny tires. Well and I guess the $1200.
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Old 07-11-2019, 12:27 AM
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psa 1999 Torelli Countach OS - Handmade in Italy - Campagnolo - Columbus - $625

1999 Torelli Countach OS - Handmade in Italy - Campagnolo - Columbus - $625

https://inlandempire.craigslist.org/...892269246.html

Absolutely BEAUTIFUL Torelli Countach OS, built in 1999 (based on date stamps) with Columbus Brain tubing, full Campagnolo Veloce and Chorus components, with a triple crank and ergo shifters that can change several gears at once (super cool!), beautiful Imron paint in near-perfect condition (small touch ups on fork and seat stays- see pics), straight carbon Torelli fork (super rare), original stitched Torelli San Marcos saddle (tiny puncture), blue anodized handmade Torelli Triumph (rebranded ambrosio) rims, new handlebar wrap and tires/tubes, every bearing has been serviced and repacked, all components and frame have been completely overhauled, cleaned, and polished. This bike looks and rides like it’s brand new!

Countach OS’s were being handmade by the master Italian frame builder, Antonio Mondonico, at this time. This bike has a small “m” stamped on the bottom bracket and the craftsmanship is superb, so, I’m fairly certain it is a Mondonico! Regardless, it is a beautiful handmade Italian frame imported to the US to be painted in SoCal with stunning Imron paint. Chairman Bill (owner of Torelli) sure knew how to put a bike together!

The bike rides like a dream, it’s just a bit too tall for me. Must be at least 6’ tall to ride this beauty.

Please contact me via text or email. Thanks!
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Old 07-17-2019, 12:50 PM
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Old 07-18-2019, 03:16 PM
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Has this steel Spectrum been posted before?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Custom-vint...s/273913634672
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