Selling one of the last IBIS Mojo Steel (2000). Perfect condition 10/10, no scratches, no rust, no dents.
This bike is a true American classic. It's built up for use on roads with high end parts. The bike is absolutely flawless as it was...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Avocet-Touring- ... 1618911285?
Another one of my parts that was designated for the Ritchey Commando build that is no longer needed. The catalog photo of the Ritchey is just for demonstration purposes. The Ritchey is in my other auction.
This auction is for one...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1983-Ritchey-Mo ... 2a4932f993
Once again, running a three day auction starting at .99 cents with a reasonable reserve. Shipping will be $100 or less within the United States. I'll gladly ship internationally so long as it can be sent to your country. Please know your...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/181615516194?ss ... 1555.l2649
Shamelessly plugging my auction. Free shipping to USA. Glad to ship internationally, but the price is not listed as it will vary depending if I know and trust you or not. If I've never done business with you, it will need to be fully...
For Sale: SOLD
$100 (USD) negotiable
Specialized Crossroads II 24x1.95 (but fit more like a 2.35) tires, along with Specialized 24" wheels, front and back, with cogs, and a Specialized 24" wheel bi-plane fork (rare):
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more to come. RB members/visitors of this page, save yourself 10 percent off the ebay price, along with extra customs fees, by buying from me, on here, or on the FB page in my sig. Thanks
SOLD on 7/16/14
Fat City Cycles Fat Chance Yo Eddy, (Medium) (Made in Massachusetts):
$780.00 USD ($50.00 USD Shipping in lower 48 United States; $100 shipped internationally)
Frame/ Yo Eddy fork/ 1" CK no logo headset in silver; seat collar with green rubber seal/ matching Salsa stem. No...
Came across a frame that might be a 1998 29'er, which got me to thinking, who made the first modern (yes, late 90's what we now know as the 29'er; not referring to klunkers)?
Anyone care to enlighten me, (maybe others), to the exact history of the modern day 29'er, and which makers played a key...
1983 Fat Chance w/ 531 Box Crown Fork
20 3/4" Actual TT
21" Effective TT
16" C to T
28" Standover ( with fully inflated 26x2.0 tires, as measured from floor to top of top tube, directly inline with bb spindle)
Black anodized SR Laprade BMX...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fat-City-Cycles ... 27d6bee4cb
Nice original 83 Fat, though the price is :shock:
btw, this is not mine, that will be up for sale shortly. Mine is in nicer condition, for a fraction of this price :wink: