1995 Raleigh M-Trax Ti-1000

terryhfs

Senior Retro Guru
Hello! I'm looking for a valuation for my M-Trax.

It's a 1995 Titanium main tubes frame which I bought NOS from the estate of a Raleigh dealer who had passed away.
I built it up in about 2004 with brand new 9-speed XT throughout (including parralellogram V-brakes) and SID Race forks. The wheels are brand new Mavic crossrides with less than 50 miles on. Finishing kit is FSA and Hope.

It's been well used and has scratches and wounds, but the bonds are all good and there's no damage.

The valuation will determine whether I sell it as a bike or break it down and sell it bit by bit.

Thanks!
Terry...
 

terryhfs

Senior Retro Guru
Pics added - I hadn't realised how dusty it was. Lockdown turbo trainer tyre on the rear!
 

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Markybeau

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What you've got here is a frame without particular significance - a 3000 or 4000 would generate some interest. It's mated with parts from a different era, so unlikely to generate much interest as is.

You would be better off splitting it. You will almost always get a better return.
 
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