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post #1 of 7 Old 05-12-2010, 05:34 AM Thread Starter
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Now that my son bought that 919 he owes the old man some money so:

House cleaning time for spring. One big consolidated post to get everything together. All prices are best offer if it is not already listed as such. Enjoy and help me make some space for the summer riding season. I can ship any of the smaller items, but bikes and frames will need to be exchanged in person.


Felt Nine Pro Jeffe Green (forest green) size 17.5 inch frame. Used, ridden hard but never abused, well maintained. Almost everything has been upgraded. RockShox Reba 80mm 29er fork, kept clean and well lubed. Running SRAM X0 trigger shifters, XO rear derailleur, XT front. Truvativ NOIR carbon crankset. Black/red Avid Juicy ultimate brakes, 185mm front 160mm rear rotors. Brake pads, Bottom Bracket, and chain replaced within the last 100 miles. Comes with ultra low mileage stock wheelset (XT hubs with WTB rims). Upgraded Truvative handlebar and stem with Steve Peat lock on grips. I'm asking $1350 obo for this bike, I have close to that much invested in component upgrades alone.













Co-Motion Ristretto 56cm aluminum frame. Never ridden, never touched by a single part. Bright red with ivory panels. Looks really hot, paint is pristine. This frame is hand made in America, very high quality stuff from Co-Motion. This is their high end racing frame. Frame and fork usually go for $1600, I used the fork on a different project so I am trying to get rid of the frame for $700, but I am open to offers on this guy.











Next up is my good friend, she has been with me for a long time but I no longer to get use her as intended. My Planet X trials bike needs a new home. I used it regularly for two years, but have not touched it for the last two years. She is just collecting dust. The bike has all the regular marks of trials use, scratched cranks, bashguard and chainstays. It has the stock 'Hawaiian' paint scheme with an all black Planet X trials fork. Every part has been upgraded. Both wheels are custom made, I laced the front up myself and the rear was done by the wheel builder at Trialsin USA when I purchased the hub/rim. I have a huge sum of money ($1800+) invested in upgrades for this bike, and short of being totally abused, it should have many years of life left in it. I'm asking $800 but also very open to offers here.


Crank/BB: Truvativ Howitzer Trials. (22t and bashguard plus a DH ring for urban assault riding included.)

Brake Calipers: BB7 brakes 185mm front 203mm rear with full red Nokon cables. Buttery smooth still and f'ing incredible stopping power.

Levers: Avid single digit SL (Titanium hardware.)

Bars/grips: Light green Monty trials riser bars with 3/4 extensions attached to each end, salsa lock on grips.

Stem: Kore 4 bolt stem.

Headset: FSA DH, with 1/4 bb bottom cup for increased durability.

Saddle: Not important, you should never need it.

Pedals: Oddessy Triple Trap, heavily used but still in great shape.

Front Wheel: Alex DX32 laced to a DT Swiss 440 freeride hub using DT spokes of course. Wheel is almost bombproof.

Rear Wheel: ZHI 48mm wide rim with drillouts to reduce weight. Laced to a Hope Pro II Trials specific hub. The trials version has stronger pawls and a faster and more reliable engagement system then the standard Pro II. Hub is a bolt on, similar to a Chris King fun bolt set up. 6 cog spacing for almost zero dish, running a single Surly 19th Cog right now.

Tensioner: An old 105 derailleur, modified to stay in place. (A spring and cog removed, works well enough.)















Now for some smaller items.


I have Suunto T4, new in box, I will sell the watch with the foot pod for $160 I also am selling my used Time RXS carbon pedals. Asking $150 obo for them. They have a season of riding under their belts but are still in fantastic shape, the left has a tiny bit of road rash from taking a corner too low, did not crash just touched the street with the pedal.












SRAM Red Brakeset, brand new in the box, opened only to take pictures. $200 obo






Avid Juicy 7 front brake, with three rotors. Two 160mm and one 185, all are brand new except for the second 160 mm rotor, that has a full season of riding. Full hardware, plus a rear 185 caliper adapter for some reason. $100





Shimano 105 triple road group $625

Consists of the following: FSA Gossamer crankset 165mm, Front and rear 105 triple derailleurs, R700 short reach triple, 105 chain, Tektro dual pivot TK-R710 Brakes. All parts are taken off of a brand new bike that received a drive train upgrade as soon as I purchased it.

















Thule roof rack taken off my 1997 Ford Escort $275 obo

Consists of: 58" load bars, 5 matched lock cores, fairing, 400xt aero foot pack, 517 Peloton Tray, Fitkit #2011









Now a small shoe collection from the various corners of my house and bike workshop. These are all brand new, never worn still with their original boxes. Never had cleats mounted to any of these shoes.


Lake CX330 size 46 $150

Answer speeder size 36 $20

Shimano M038W size 39 $20

661 Sandal size 41/42 $20






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post #2 of 7 Old 05-12-2010, 06:30 AM
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Very nice! I would LOVE that co-motion frame to replace my Airborne, but sadly, it is out of my $$$ range. I get paid Friday and may hit you up for that Suunto T4c and Avid set after I pay bills.

Although, I am switching my group set over to SRAM and those brakes would look very nice with my new Red cassette I just installed...

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post #3 of 7 Old 05-12-2010, 06:32 AM Thread Starter
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Ridge this is all my sons stuff, make an offer on the frame and what ever else.
He did say OBO.

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post #4 of 7 Old 05-13-2010, 06:22 AM
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The red brakes are amazing. I have been running full SRAM red on my moots roadbike for years now. Amazing stuff for certain!! This is all my stuff for sale that my dad posted, I would happily work out a deal with you on the brakes, T4 and frame if you really were interested and the frame was going to fit you properly.

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post #6 of 7 Old 05-13-2010, 10:29 AM
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Would you be willing to sell the Thule 517 Peloton separately? If so how much shipped to 80228? I might be interested if the price is right, I need a second one to balance out my rack...

P.S. You'd probably do better on Ebay with this stuff....just sayin





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2004 Honda 919 Silver and Black w/red accents
599 Headlight
Koso Gauges DB-02r
GiPro gear indicator
Buell M2 shield - plasti dip black
Givi Crash bars
Dynojet PCIII, Custom Akrapovic map
Akrapovic GSXR 750 Exhaust, Shorty Carbon fiber Low mount
Custom weld job on OEM header, to enable use of center stand and GSXR exhaust
VFR front fender, re-shaped and CF wrapped
Seargent seat w/ gel insert
Custom LED Rear lights w/ Vizi-tech flasher
Competition Works Fender Eliminator, modified
Front 3-way LED Turn Signals flushmount via cbr1000r
6-Spoke wheel conversion ( 900rr-rear / F3-front ) Powdercoated white, Plasti-dipped black
Michelin Pilot Road 3 - New @ 19940 8/10/11 190/55r17 rear
Dyna Beads for tire balancing
17t / 44t Sprockets, 520 conversion from LDH
New All-balls bearings thru-out 6/2012
Piaa horns 400 & 500 hertz
Ohlins rear shock from an F3, Re-Valved/Sprung- By Pro Pilot Suspension
F4i Forks, custom sprung/sealed/valved, Plasti-dipped Black
ASV shorty clutch and front brake levers - Black W/Red Adj.
Tech-Spec custom tank Pads
Napoleon bar end mirrors
SW-Motech center stand
Custom Handle Bars with Grip Heaters and OEM hidden switch, Hi/Lo heat
FuzeBlocks FZ-1 Power Distribution
Shorai Battery
F2P garage door opener wired to brake switch
Hydraulic rear brake switch
RC51 front brakes SP1, with 10 button rotors
Buell Ulysses Dropped Foot Peg conversion
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I am going to try not to separate the rack parts just yet, shipping would probably be around $10 for the tray. I will let you know if/when I am ready to split the rack up.

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