I'll start adding pics of this shit as I drag it out of storage.
Here's the album with more pics: https://photos.app.goo.gl/hBGBU8USJ0OarFG52
Canon 10D DSLR body with manual, strap, couple of batteries, remote
Wifi infra-red video spy cam
Couple of old, Sony burner phones
Used 172.5mm Ultegra 11spd crankset w/ 53/39T rings, £45
Ultegra SS cage 11spd RD, £10
Deore XT 11-28T cassette and chain, £10
All working when pulled off the grrl's road bike and swapped for lower gearing.
Shimano Ultegra CS-6700 10spd 11-23T cassette, BNIB
2 x Green Open Pave EVO CG, 700x24, the OG Roubaix cobble smashers
Vittoria Diamante 20mm tyre
1 x Schwalbe Pro One tubeless 28mm (never ridden but has sealant residue from installation) £25
1 x Conti GP5000 Tubeless 32mm brand new, not ridden, no sealant, no box, £35
Powertap old carbon-window style front hub laced to very worn Road Runner 32h rim. Maybe useful if you're looking to match this hub or for a beater.
Shiv basebar + stem + straight out extension mounts combo off my 2013 Tri Shiv (no brake levers on them but maybe I have them somewhere else?)
£cheaper than whatever price you can find it for
Rotor 3DF crankarms, 172.5mm, there's some scoring on the axle from a plastic bearing cup that folded over in the BB shell but they were functionally fine when they were swapped years ago for 165mm. £40
Canon Pixma i4300 printer, no ink
Pioneer CDJ 800mkII bit rough looking but working fine, £50
Pioneer CDJ 1000mkIII better looking and working fine
Vestax PCV-275 mixer, £50
Lexicon I-Onix U42s - https://lexiconpro.com/en/products/i-onix-u42s, £freecycle
SRAM 1 1/18th chain, used. Presume it's off my Inbred or the old track bike but I can't remember. £free
Creative Sound Blaster Z PCIe High Performance Sound Card, OEM version like this:
FibreLyte 51T singlespeed carbon ring for DA9000, never used.
Specialized Adventure Gear bars off a Sequoia. 44cm and around 50cm at the flared drops.
Microsoft MSDN binder and some CD-ROMs.
Polar S725X heart rate monitor and accessories - IR units, speed sensor
3 x Powertap LYC (little yellow computer) and some other bits like ANT+ HR straps:
£2 or free if you have a wanking injury
Mitex Battery Eliminator for Mitex UHF radio:
Grand Theft Auto IV DVD for PC
SPOT tracker mounts x 2 with manual and CDs for anyone who has a SPOT and wants OG install media? £freecycled
Zipp Vuka Alumina Race 22.2 extensions
7-Eleven Jersey, XXXL
T.I. Raleigh modern replica jersey by Descente, XXL
Newer pics of Low-Stack Shiv basebar:
PRO saddle bottle cage mount, used, £12
Minoura SGS-300 "space grip" for adding crap to your handlebars. I used this for adding a bigger front light for 24hr races. £10
Thing for taking head unit out of a Ford Focus, half a saddle mount off something, Profile Design mounts for CO2 carts I think, Surly Singleator spring (don't know which direction), half a Profile Designs saddle bottle cage mount, Ultegra 6700? cap, SKS Rennkompressor standard nozzle
Middle-Earth Role Playing Game (MERP) - Iron Crown Enterprises - 1986
looks the same as this one:
Well used Rotor BSA30 BB cups with newer SKF 618062RS1 Rubber Sealed Thin Section Deep Groove Ball Bearings. £10
Kinetic Traxle Fine Thread T-2100, turbo trainer thru axle - £10
Also the axle and end-caps to convert a JRA Bitex rear hub to QR - £5
SIDI Genius 5.5 HTC 47 (maybe Mega 47)
Jour de Fete, French film poster, 50x70cm, bought in Paris after Londres-Paris back in 2008, £5
Rancilio S26, huge, plumbed in espresso machine, working, could do with a clean and maybe some new seals to stop it squeal
Some cheapass cogs (splined not threaded) and cheapass chaintugs, £1ea or £2 for all
Web performance books
New London Singelspeed jersey by Portland ebay
7-Eleven Jersey, XXXL
7-Eleven Jersey, XXXL
How would this compare to Castelli sizing or don’t they go up that big?
This was a @big_daddy_wayne jersey (RIP, my dude) and it fits but baggy mtb style on me. So, I'd say it's proper XXXL sizing and not bullshit Castelli sizing.
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