The more I sell, the more I'll contribute back to the Forum.
I will remove items from the listing as they sell.
All offers considered. Don't be shy!
Lightly used Michelin Mud 2, Clincher 30mm (really 32mm), Pair, $40
Lightly used Micheling Jet 2, Clincher 30mm (really 32mm) Pair, $40
Lightly used Hutchinson Fusion 3 Tubeless tires, pair, 23mm, $60
Lightly used Hutchinson Atom Tubeless tire, single, $30 with free bonus Atom that needs a patch.
Mavic Ksyrium ES clinchers, NOS, started using them in September 2011. 1 red spoke. Pictures soon. $475!
Stans Alpha 340 rims, 28H, on American Classic Micro 58 (w/Ceramic Bearings) and American Classic rear hub. Sapim CX Ray spokes, brand new in September. Used at GMSR and some CX. $625!!
Ritchey WCX 4-Axis 44 (wider face plate) wet black, 31.8mm 100mm, $55 +-6 degree
Chris King 32H red front hub, $55!! (that's tape residue on the red hub)
Chris King 32H black front hub, $75 SOLD
Zipp Service Course Stem, BRAND NEW, 120mm 31.8mm +-17 $65
Vredestein Fortezza Tri-Comp Clinchers 700x23 PAIR, plus THIRD BONUS TIRE NOT PICTURED!. $40. Everything I have is currently set-up tubeless, so this is a great pair of tires. TONS of life left. If you're nice, I'll include two new tubes.
BRAND NEW Sram X7 10 speed. 10 SPEED! 2x10 shifters. Does not include bar clamps. Cables included. $40 (they are in a baggy)
Campagnolo Chorus brakes, sweet! Barrel adjusters included, lots of life left in the pads. GREAT shape. 10s era, pre-skeleton. $80
American Classic conversion cassette 12-25. BRAND NEW. Steel cogs, alloy carrier. Fits Shimano splines. 10s. $60
Salsa CroMoto Grande 29er rigid fork. There was a brief moment when I thought, "Hey, rigid 29er SS will be fun." The moment was so brief, I never even mounted this fork. I bought from a female rider who is shorter and weighs less than me, so it's good to go. Steerer tube is 1 and 3/4 iPhones long. Disc brake adapter, included. I believe it's for 6" post mounts. $50
Kona Project 2 cromo 1 1/8" fork. Lots of steerer on this. Braze-ons for fenders and a front rack. Why do I have this...? $25 Black.
Schwable Ultremo 700x23 Clincher tire. I just Googled this tire, and apparently there was a re-call (free replacements offered) for the Ultremo "R" tire. I don't know what model this is, there's too much snow to go back out now. $20. If you get a free replacement, chapeau.
Lastly, Campagnolo Veloce 10s rear hub. Classic. It comes in a wheel. The rim itself, not really any good, but it's a free bonus! Wheel is already detensioned for disassemblely. I'll even include the tire on the wheel that you can't see. No lock ring. No skewer. $15
I travel New England regularly, so I can deliver in this area (usually), you pay shipping else where.
I'll be at Bay State CX on Sunday, NBX on Sunday, Ice Weasels, and New England Champs. Can deliver to any of those as well.
Acceptable trades: Tubular Ksyriums (rear rim, or front wheel), 16" steel rims with 5 x 114.5mm bolt pattern (Honda), a new helmet size medium. And other useful items.
Thanks for supporting my habit.
Can you send me pics of the CK front hubs?
pics of the CK/WI set? where are you in NE? im in boston.
email me! baumannphoto at gmail dot com.
Photos to come later today. Slowed down by snow.
I'm in Vermont, but will be at Baystate CX, NBX CX, and Ice Weasels. Plus I travel to Boston regularly.
Stans Alpha 340 rims on Chris King front hub 32H, and White Industries rear hub 32H, $450
>> White Industries Eccentric ENO ??
Awww shucks. No. White Industries H3 cassette rear hub. Photos uploading now!
Ben, I think they are 640mm, there is a SMALL chance they are 620mm.
How much for the seat post and details on the crankset?
I'm not sure what seatpost you're talking about, and the only crank I have is an older Rival crankset, 172.5mm compact. No chainrings. $30
I've got a set of essentially unused Travel Trac Pro rollers (aluminum drums, frame & caps) that I'd trade for the Noir bars. I work in Boston, live north of the city and will likely be at the New England Champs if you're interested.
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