Poorly listed Mercian 653 Pro Lugless
Anyone here a) poor, b) likes to train and c) can get to Leeds?
For £50 it's almost worth it for the ISM alone, and it looks like with a bit of hassle it can be made to work with Zwift - http://darrencope.com/2015/01/21/recording-power-from-cycleops-300-pro-indoor-bikes/
Beautiful Doc Green -
These never seem to come up in my size :(
interesting touring frame:
That Pogliaghi is back up with a slight price hike. Still tempted.
Argos Lo-Pro TT, DA 7400 1x setup
& 3ttt Bio Quartetto hanlebar
BTW, do you know what is the wheel setup?
Mavic hubs laced to Pianni Aero tubular rims - Pete Matthews built maybe? Lovely wheels
Ridiculously cheap Dawes Touring frame.
Needs restoration, isn't cool and is collection only from the East Midlands but its £25 BIN (£15 current bid).
Calling all framebuilders:
Not sure that's a great deal for a rusty old bender...
61CM Claud Butler Steel Touring/CX/Cyclocross Bike Frame & Surly 1 inch forks
That misspelt poorly listed Ephgrave is still there £60 with less than a day left if anyone can get to Walsall to collect. Surely a huge bargain for someone if it stays close to that price...
I know nothing about these things or their value, just thought it was interesting!
They are pretty fun tools to use and I would hope a frame builder would use it to make one of these:
I think Kirk has one
Need something like that bender to diy myself some xtracycle bits
It’s a plumber’s pipe bending kit. Used for copper, no good for steel.
Nice bit of vintage action:
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