-All prices include USPS Priority shipping to the lower 48 United States unless otherwise noted (I will not ship international; if you want a different shipping method, you pick up the tab)
-Please PM me if interested
-Will the item fit you? I don't know. This is a highly discounted online sale, not a brick and mortar store. NO refunds/returns/etc. If that does not work for you, please do not buy.
-Payment must clear before I will ship (if you do a Paypal E-check, it usually takes a week). I can usually get the product boxed/shipped within a couple days of receiving cleared payment.
-"Is XYZ item available?" Yes. I keep this thread updated. I remove items as soon as I receive payment.
-PRICED TO SELL. That means, I set prices reasonably. Please do not bother low-balling me four hours after I post an item; I will say no.
Here are the items I am currently willing to trade for:
Shimano Dura Ace chains - 11-speed (new in package)
Shimano SH-RO88 road shoes, size 45 wide
SRAM Rival 170mm compact crankset with NEW chainrings
This is a SRAM Rival 170mm crankset. It has a 110mm BCD (compact). Bottom bracket not included. It was used by my on a â€˜cross bike for two seasons. Lucky you, it has BRAND NEW 50/34 chainrings on it, which I just installed. I only used the crank with a 10-speed drivetrain, but I have heard of folks successfully using these on 11-speed and 9-speed bikes, too. The crank arms have a few light scratches on it, because thatâ€™s life, and I use my equipment. The crankset is 100% good working condition.
Retail price is 150 bucks. My price = $50 with free shipping to the lower 48.
Shimano PRO carbon bottle cages
This is a PAIR of brand new Shimano PRO carbon bottle cages. That means you get two of them. I've used these cages before (not these exact two, but two of this model), and they held bottles well for me. Quoted weight is 25 grams, but I don't have a gram scale, and I can't confirm that. They feel light, so there you go.
Retail price is $60 per cage, or $120 total. I'm selling them for $50 total for the pair, with free USPS shipping to the lower 48 States.
SRAM rings. These work on MANY different brands and types of cranks out there - 'long as it is a standard 5-arm design (such as Rotor, FSA, many unbranded OEM cranks).
-1 pair of 53/39 ("standard") chainrings for 130 BCD cranks. Brand new.
-All are Force-level, 10-speed rings. These also definitely work with 9-speed systems, and I have also heard of them working fine with 11-speed, though I have not personally tried it.
These will cost you about $80-100 per set in a retail store. My price = $35 shipped.
Make your bike shift like butta' again for only a few bucks!
The brand new 53/39 set:
BRAND NEW Shimano XT direct mount front derailleur
This is a brand new Shimano XT direct mount FD. I was going to use it with the SLX shifters, on the build that didn't happen. This is for 2x systems (double front ring). Direct mount - now a very common standard. Used to only be for DH or freeride bikes, now many brands use it on all of their frames (e.g. Surly). For use with Shimano mountain bike shifters.
Retail is $36. My price = $20 shipped.
I have a bunch of VERY gently used clothing. Sizes are medium and largeâ€¦ Iâ€™m 6 feet tall, and when I was wearing this stuff I was about 170 lbs. I normally wear medium (American) in cycling kits. I do large for most jackets and tights, just because I need the length. Everything is clean, and I only hang-dry this type of clothing.
Hereâ€™s how it works. Each item retailed for over $100 (in some cases close to $200). I need to clean out my closed, especially of cold weather gear (I moved to FL). Each item will cost you $25 with free shipping (USPS Priority, no insurance, no signature). If you buy several pieces (e.g. 3 or more) I may even be super nice and knock a little bit more off the price. If youâ€™re buying less than that, the price is the price.
ALL SALES FINAL - NO RETURNS!
BlueSeventy two piece tri kit. It's Large, but their stuff seems to run pretty smallâ€¦ Iâ€™m medium for most cycling kits. Yes, itâ€™s two pieces, but it counts as one single item in this sale. Shorts have a pretty nice chamois for a tri kit. Worn only a couple times. Top has three pockets in the rear.
Descente winter tights. Large. Remember Descente, when they made cycling clothing? It was really great stuff. I bought these tights several years ago, but ended up not wearing them a ton, probably 10 times max. Still in very good shape. They were $150+ when new. Good for cycling, running, hiking, etc.
Pearl Izumi / Garmin bib tights, size Medium. Theyâ€™re legit team issue, from back when I did some work with the pro cycling team. Worn only a few times and in good condition. They do NOT have a chamois, so you want to layer them with shorts. Theyâ€™re not a super heavy bib tight, more for medium-ish weather (e.g. mid 30â€™s Fahrenheit or soâ€¦ but not negative 10, or in the 70â€™s).