Stick Legs wrote:
The values Chris gives are fair.
This is not the first, or last time we will be used as an online antiques roadshow. Question is is your face that ususal one that folk have where they realise that they won't be able to retire on the contents of their garages.
No, not at all, and I didn't really want to come across as that sort of person tbh, perhaps I should have worded it better. Despite not posting a great deal, or even being registered for long I have been a lurker for quite a while.
I didn't expect the Trek to be worth anything. I'm about to breath some life back into the Marin with a new groupset and some suspension forks so the Mrs can have a nicer bike to ride to work, and thought before I do I ought to see how much demand there is for it, and what it's worth as is. Not enough it would seem so it'll get the make over I have planned for it.
As for the Klein, I love it. I bought it 2 years ago and have been using it on a regular basis ever since, i've spent quite a bit of money on maintenance and everything has been replaced, even the pivot bearing. A few months ago I bought a new Commencal on a whim, which i'm loving, and have been torn whether to keep the Klein as I won't really be riding it anymore.
If I could get nearer to the top of that valuation, i'd let it go, otherwise i'll keep it to look at and as a spare.