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exercise bike

Schwinn Airdyne; great condition

November 12, 2018

bikes for sale

two ladies bikes for sale, together or separately, asking $40 each OBO. have been stored outside and need some love but both sturdy bikes (in […]

November 9, 2018


Wanted bike panniers

Looking for 2 good quality used panniers. Water resistant would be nice.

November 8, 2018


Trek 1.1 Road bike

Trek 1.1 road bike Size: small Aluminum frame with carbon forks Rack compatible 16-speed drivetrain with compact crank set for optimal climbing comes with regular […]

November 7, 2018


Trek Hardtail Mountain Bike

Trek hardtail mountain bike Disc brakes Tires in great condition Tuned up after last ride

November 7, 2018
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Woman’s Bicycle

Selling my Supercycle 1800 26-inch bike! Reg. $115 OBO $85 Used only to commute to work for 2 months, excellent, like-new condition! Comes with rear […]

November 7, 2018
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Specialized ” Hard Rock ” &...

Approx. 15 years old,not used in 12 years, need some work

November 6, 2018


New Yakima hatchback bike rack

Brand new, never used, Yakima Fullback bike rack, carries 2 bikes. Bought for our Prius, but we carry our bikes in our truck. Website http://www.yakima.com/ca/fullback […]

October 31, 2018

$ 2000

SRAM S60 Race Wheels

Sram S60 race wheels. Bought for $ 2499.99 and used in two Ironman races. They are fast and reduce your time compared to regular wheels.

October 26, 2018


Cervelo R3 ultegra road bike 2014

Cervelo r3. Lots of new/newish drivetrain parts….cranks, chain, bearings. Everything works. Needs bar tape and a tune up. Will trade for suitable cyclocross/gravel bike or […]

October 24, 2018
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Norco Road Bike

Burgundy Norco road bike. Very good condition. Kept indoors. Comes with 2 bike lights and Abus u-lock (value $100). Has had annual tune-ups. Sweet bike […]

October 19, 2018
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Custom Build Raleigh

Fully set up, everything’s been cleaned and greased(including bottom bracket. Frame, fork and handle bars sanded/primed/painted/clearcoated. New rear wheel/cassette/chain. New shift and brake cable/housing/brake pads. […]

October 14, 2018

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