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$25 obo

Kids Bicycle

Kids Bicycle, Tonka. Front and back shocks, water bottle holder, front hand brake. Rear pedal brake. Excellent tires, great condition. Cool decals.

January 16, 2019
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Pair of adult mountain bikes

One male bike, one female bike. Some rust on handle bars. Otherwise used but Working condition. May need a tune up. Pick up only. Must […]

January 14, 2019


Is this your bike?

An older fellow bought this bike in to be fixed, and I lost his contact info. He has not called back to claim it, so […]

January 11, 2019


Demo Specialized Turbo Como EBike On Sale

Demo E-Bike – Specialized Como 2.0 Med / Large Men’s. New condition. Just 150kms on the odometer. 2 year Warranty. Was $3650, asking $2880. Super […]

January 11, 2019

Bike Light

Longshot but I lost a red, rear bike light riding home tonight. It would have dropped somewhere between Lower Ganges and Mobrae. Much appreciated if […]

January 10, 2019


Jamis Dakar Comp Bicycle

Jamis Dakar Comp Bicycle. 2001 version. Front and rear suspension. Disc breaks. 19 inch frame. Excellent condition – ready to ride. Asking $350 OBO Located […]

January 8, 2019

$2250 obo

Trek 2018 Fuel EX 7 Bike For Sale

For sale: rare opportunity to purchase a virtually new bike at a deep discount. This bike was purchased in May of this year with the […]

December 23, 2018


Surly Fatbike

2014 Surly Moonlander Fatbike. Very good condition. Just a couple scratches,but otherwise perfect. Great for beaches, mud and snow. High end components and parts. Large […]

December 19, 2018

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