Leftover bits from my Mash Work.
All prices include postage from Derby within UK, Paypal gift please or add fees on top.
Most bits are used, few are new.
White Industries Freewheel 18T, done about 20 miles, looks new. £65
Velosolo track chainring 44T 144bcd £15
Velosolo track chainring 42T 144bcd new £20
Sturmey Archer Freewheel 22T new £7
Shimano Deore T610 levers £20
Shimano Deore V brakes front/rear £28
Nitto For Shred black riser bars, cut down to 670mm SOLD
POC Octal Medium White, used about 5 times maybe? Love the look of it but it just doesn’t fit.
I’m bald, always wear a hat under my helmet so nice and clean condition. Looks new. £80
Giro Savant MIPS Medium Black/White. Used for about two months until I finally found something that fits me spot on. Same as the POC above, nice and clean condition. £25
Any questions please ask, photos coming
I’m counting that sturney
freewheel as 18t?
Very interested in the wheels. So dibs I guess? Just let me know your paypal etc. Am in Manchester.
That’s the White Industries you were looking at
Yep, ignore me, haven’t had much sleep. Glws
It's nice to pass on unwanted bits, but the Deore parts are cheaper online ( new).
Are they? Just over £42 for both breaks on SJS where I got them from?
£29.99 for the levers.
Sorry undibs, wrong model.
Fair enough. They're on offer on Wiggle. Free delivery over £16.
Pair of levers £16.95
Pair of actual brakes £25.90
Good find, quite the difference there
Unlikely second dibs on the Omniums please!
Dibs on the Omniums, PM on the way
2nd dibs on the wheels
Omnium crankarms are 170mm in the picture not 165. Still a good price tho
Good spot, thank you. Updated just now. Still interested?
Sure, sounds fair.
@lightbluejosh WI freewheel?
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