Hit the trail in confidence on the Cannondale F5 hardtail mountain bike, which offers a stable, nimble ride with 100mm of front suspension, SRAM drivetrain and the stopping power of disc brakes.
T6061 aluminum Trail SL frame features double-butted tubes and an oversized headtube and headset for improved strength, stiffness and overall handling performance
RST Deuce 1.5 Coil suspension fork features 100mm of travel to soak up hard hits; lockout is easy to access on the go and rebound adjustment lets you customize performance
SRAM X-5 shifters and derailleurs perform smoothly as you shift through the full 27-speed drivetrain, which is powered via the FSA Dyna-Drive crankset
Avid BB5 mechanical disc brakes provide rapid deceleration when needed, even in muddy and wet conditions
Maddux DC3.0 double-walled rims are laced onto Formula hubs for reliable rolling performance; Kenda Nevegal tires take care of traction
please text me at 717-979-2400 for fast response
pics upon request
Selling my fixie (57cm): http://wilmington.craigslist.org/bik/2958012051.html
and potentially my road bike (56cm): http://wilmington.craigslist.org/bik/2958023213.html
prefer not to ship, but will if you pay
I need a bike for my g/f to get into road biking. In other words, bang for the buck so she can give it a whirl.
standard or clip/speed pedals
~$200 out the door
Doesn't need to be amazing, I'm not interested in $1000+ rides, don't know if she is even going to really want to get into it. Looking for anything that is solid, rides well, is straight and complete.
Show me what you've got, or if you see anything shoot me a link via pm. Really appreciate it!
Few things for sale:
1.The XTR hub has a matching front hub, it's currently built to a wheel but I am moving to disc brakes on that bike so the hubs will need to go. They are in GREAT shape. sold
2. the bottom bracket is an ultegra 6500 for a 68mm bb shell and a triple (118mm spindle - i think)sold
3. Front derailleurs - 1. ultegra 6500 for a triple great shape 28.6 clamp 2. Dura ace 7400 braze on for double - both sold
4. brake is a front dura ace 7400 - sold
5. Rear derailleurs - 1. Dura Ace 7400 sold2. XTR m910
crankset #1 is a dura ace 7400 standard crankset 172.5mm arms. Comes with matching dura ace bottom bracket (english) sold
crankset #2 is a r600 shimano (105 equivalent) 175mm arms, compact gears and NO bottom bracket
Make an offer and anything you see and anything you like, I am looking to put together enough money to build up a bike so help me out and lets not do any lowballs
Last edited by markj2k4; 05-02-2012 at 11:24 AM.
- Open bath rebound damping
- Spring: Air
- Adjustments: Air spring pressure, Rebound
- Weight: 20QR (includes axle) 4.52 lb / 2.05 kg (1 1/8" steerer)
- Travel: 6.3 Inches/160mm
- 36mm Stanchions
- 74mm Post Style disc brake mount
- 20QR Axle mounting
- Color: White
- Riding Style: All mountain, Freeride
- New Low Friction replacement Dust Wiper/Seal kit
This is a 2011 FOX FLOAT 36 R 160mm 1 1/8" off my Transition TransAM that was ridden in the midwest, singletrack, nothing extreme.I purchased the fork brand new last winter from Universal Cycles. I sold the frame and sent in the fork for service to Fox Racing Shox. The fork came back with brand new lowers and 20mm QR axle system. Not a scratch on them, looks brand new. They also replaced the bushings (brand new bushings) and installed the new SKF low friction seals as well, buttery smooth action. Fluids are of course fresh, 0 hours on the fork since service was done.
What's slightly used is the CSU, the crown is damage/scratch free, and the stanchions are also 99% perfect. There is a small nick on one of them, towards the top, you can see it in the picture. You can barely feel it with your fingernail and it never gave me any trouble before. No other damage anywhere. The steerer tube is cut to 8" exact with star nut installed.
I will also throw in a big bottle of the Fox 10WT fluid ($24.99 value) and a bottle of the Fox Float fluid ($14.99 value).
Not pictured BUT included is the plastic hose guide and bolt for the fork leg.
$600 shipped to the lower 48.
2014 VW Passat S 1.8 TSI
Shimano PD-M505 SPD pedals
Brand New, includes cleats
These came with my new Kona bike and I won't be needing them.
selling my fixie
and road bike:
prefer local, but willing to ship at your cost. PM me if you have questions
I have for sale a 2008 Cannondale Rush in exceptional condition. Here are the specs on the bike
Size Large Frame in Mocha Metallic
Lefty Max Carbon Fork Just Serviced!
Fox RP3 Shock Just Serviced By Push Industries
Full XT Drivetrain Including Front D, Cranks, Shifters, Brakes, XTR Rear D
Brakes Just Bled Too!
Carbon Seapost and Fizik Saddle (these saddles are not cheap!)
Mavix XT Disc Wheels With Fire Tubeless Tires
DT Swiss Rear Hub
Eggbeater Pedals But I Will Included A Brand New Never Used Set of Shimano 747 Clipless Pedals
This bike is awesome and is my third Rush. I am actually upgrading to the new RZ series which is the new version of the Rush. I don't think anybody can be disappointed with this bike, as I have been riding them for over 7 years and love them! I am open to reasonable offers but am looking in the $1400-$1500 range. Please feel more than free to contact me here or call me directly at 732-768-2181. I am located in central Denver. Thanks!!
~I love thunder red!!!~
2009 Max Lelli Tiburzi
Basic setup can be found here:
-SRAM TT Thumb shifters (you see one in picture because I'm running single cog in front, I have the set)
-SRAM RED Rear Derailleur (recently installed, seen less than 50 miles)
-SRAM Triathelon brake levers
-Profile Design Wing OS bull horns
-Wheels Reynolds solitude 700cc 32mm deep v
-Tires Vittoria Rubino Pro Orange
-Size - 57cm (I am 5'11" rides like a charm)
-Mileage - ~200
-Weight - ~17-18lbs /w upgrades (have not weighed it but stock was 19.25)
-MINIMAL wear and tear (nothing noticeable)
-Bought back in 2010 for $1900
-Spent over $800 in all the upgrades mentioned above
-Will include original handle bar (FSA Wings PRO)
Pics for Clix
$2000 FIRM LOCATED IN BROOKLYN 11230 NO SHIPPING
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Reynolds Assault Carbon Tubular wheelset
-comes with Continental Sprinter tires and 12-25 Ultegra cassette
-us for only 1 season (10-15 races)
-skewers not includeded
Located in Philadelphia, PA
The time has come for me to part ways with my thrasher, i built it up last year with all new parts. it hasnt been ridden very much and has no damage. its a solid bike i just have no time for it anymore. Bike is setup with Dual 26" wheels but can run 700c wheels as well im not desperate to sell so im firm on the price, please no low ballers.
-Medium Gold Volume Thrasher
-black Volume fu manchu fork v1
-Eighthinch 165mm cranks
-Profile 36t sprocket
-26" Halo Tornado Rims 32H, DT swiss spokes an nipples laced to All City hi flange hubs fix/fix rear with 15t cog
-FIT PC pedals with Reload straps
-HALO 2.2 front tire, continental 1.75 rear tire
-Gusset Open Prison Bars with Animal grips
- Subrosa pivtol post with Shadow seat
please email email@example.com im not on here very much
White Industires ENO disc wheels - 700c
The hubs are White Industries ENO's front and rear (eccentric) 135mm width. The rear hub bearings were changed 1 year ago. Included is the White Industries eccentric brake adapter.
The rims are 32h Alex TD 17's with DT spokes and red alloy nipples. Also included is a 17 tooth freewheel.
Last edited by audi666; 06-05-2012 at 07:45 AM.
Does anyone have any of the following in their parts box that they would be willing to sell:
7 speed rear shifter (preferably SRAM)
7 speed short/med cage rear derailleur (preferably SRAM)
7 speed chain
Avid brake levers
Looking to do an upgrade on my sons bike from 6 to 7 speed, trying to see if anyone has any cheap parts that they no longer use since most are running 1x9, 2x10 etc set ups now.
Xbox Live: DaDa5069
Free (kinda): Specialized cycle computer wiring harness/mount.
I was out on a ride last week when my computer slid out of it's mount, no idea where it went. So I bought a Cateye to replace it.
So, if you have a Specialized computer and want a spare harness, DM me, just cover the $1buck or two to ship it and it's yours.
FYI: This is the version with the cadence sensor too.