First up, a Garmin 205 GPS unit.
I bought this a few weeks ago as an interim replacement for my Edge 705 that I *ahem* drove over
Amazingly Garmin replaced the unit (for a fee of course, but well under a third of what a new one would be), and the replacement actually turned up the same day as this!
So it's surplus to requirements, and I haven't even used it in anger.
It's boxed, with manuals/CDs, USB cable charger, and a bar mount.
The unit powers up fine and finds the satellites. It's in good used condition with a few scrapes, etc. and the rubber on a couple of the buttons shows a bit of wear, but nothing serious.
I paid £45 posted, so after the same.
Second up, some White Brothers DT1.2 forks.
I had these up for sale a while ago, and had a bit of interest, but then refitted them for a few rides as my Pikes needed a service.
1 1/8, 210mm steerer.
120mm travel, 20mm axle.
Upgraded Enduro seals, work great, stiff as a stiff thing!
These are in really nice condition, and a great solid set of forks.
Slightly retro looking too, due the CNC machining.
They are a coil spring with air/oil damping on the other side. The damper is a sealed unit so you need to drop the lowers every so often and grease the seals/lowers. This was needed a lot less after I fitted the Enduro seals.
Too many bikes, not enough time!