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PostPosted: Sat May 29, 2010 9:54 pm 
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Hi.

I may regret this. But I have used it once this year around Llandegla.

Pics to follow at some point but in essence:

97 18" (I think, certainly pre 2000 and has the separate head badge and designed by Joe Murray transfer) Voodoo Erzulie, orange, Erzulie decals faded. Frame paintwork is in fair condition. Effectively Matt and some parts down to metal. No frame damage. Fitted with Kona handlebar stem, SS3 v brakes, Speed Dial 5 levers, Easton risers, Tahoma seat stem, Bontraeger saddle. LX crank with DMR 32 tooth chainring. Uses a Surly singulator to 16 tooth spocket. Rims are Araya with a shimano Silent Clutch hub in very good order and a front WTB Grease Guard hub, again in very good order. Spokes are DT swiss. Shimano UN BB was new in December. Crank Bros Candy pedals may be included with cleats if required....
Forks are Marzocchi Bombers Z5 airlight and they hold air fine. Also have Marzocchi pump which may include depending on:

Will swap for a road bike min 56cm but pref 58 - 62 CT. 50's 60's or 70's, preferably 531 steel, and would quite like a Sturmey Archer based rear hub, though simplex/cyclo or indeed none also quite liked. Must be in good riding condition though. Don't mind the paintwork being a bit tatty if original and no more than very light surface rust.

Basically will consider anything but each on it's own merits as it were.

I appreciate this is a rather 'Waffy' post; I would rather have a bike I would use at the moment than one I am not. As it stands only the Charge is being used so would rather the Voodoo would go to someone who appreciates the damn fine ride the bike gives.

Cheers.....


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PostPosted: Sun May 30, 2010 8:01 am 
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pics ?


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PostPosted: Sun May 30, 2010 9:31 am 
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Talk about impatient! :) Nah, sorry about the quality of the images...


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 02, 2010 1:59 pm 
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... And how much to buy, may I ask??


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