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Trek Crockett 56cm

2015 Trek Crockett Frame (56cm)Sram Red 1x10 drivetrain (left shifter still has internals for a 2 chainring system)Easton EA90 wheels with…

Started by Justin Thompson

0 Aug 24, 2016

Trek XO1 49cm $750/obo

Selling my wife's seldom used Trek XO1 cx bike.  Full 105 drive train.  Bike currently has 28c road tires on it.  I will throw in a pair of…

Started by Aaron Tarnow

1 Nov 18, 2015
Reply by Neli

FS: Trek Ion CX Pro [Gary Fisher] 56cm Frameset/Fork

$400 + shipping. 56 cm. 200 Series Alloy + carbon fork (alloy steerer). No dings, just a minor scratch on the drive side chainstay. Cantis…

Started by Dave Knox

0 Mar 4, 2015

FS:2011 Ridley X-Fire with Sram Rival build 54 CM

54 CM.Excellent condition. Carbon frame, SRAM Rival build with Truvativ Elita cranks, FSA bar/stem/post and Michelin tires on Fulcrum Racin…

Started by Tyler Servoss

0 Sep 2, 2013

WTD - steel or carbon cyclocross frameset/bike, size 54

I'm looking for steel or carbon cyclocross frameset - or bike-, size 54. I'm 182cm, with 80cm inseam length. I'd prefer Trek Presidio... :…

Started by András Tóth

0 Oct 28, 2012

Vintage Cross tires - thoughts?

OK, the old Michelin Muds aside: I found several NOS 'cross tires hanging up at a shop in a small town and they looked like they'd be prett…

Started by J.D. Kimple

2 Aug 12, 2011
Reply by J.D. Kimple

FOR SALE - Clinchers, some NOS, all new (Trek Matrix, IRC V-Cross, Panaracer CrossBlaster)

Following tires are FS, none have been mounted. Shipping will be actual cost of shipping.   NOS Trek Matrix Multi-sport. QNTY: one. Gumwall…

Started by J.D. Kimple

0 Jul 11, 2011

FOR SALE - Clincers, some NOS, all new

Following tires are FS, none have been mounted. Shipping will be actual cost of shipping.   NOS Trek Matrix Multi-sport. QNTY: one. Gumwall…

Started by J.D. Kimple

0 Jul 11, 2011

Fork chatter

Ever had fork chatter when braking? Figured out a way to fix it? I've found toe-in and pad material can usually fix it most of the time. Bu…

Started by Tire Snob

13 Dec 2, 2009
Reply by Rich

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