• Selling my track bike as I haven’t raced it in a while and it’s too good to waste. Built by SBC about 5yrs ago.

    Cinelli Mash Histogram frame - size 55 (I’m 1.8m tall for reference)
    Zipp 808 tubular wheel front
    Zipp Disc tubular back (both wheels debadged)
    Continental tubs still in good condition
    Cinelli Pista bars and Vai seatpost
    Rotor crankset 165mm (I think)
    50t chainring (will include a 49t too)
    15t sprocket I think (will include a 14t and 16t too if I can find them)
    Saddle and pedals not included

    You know what you’re looking at here - it’s a dream build, light and aggressive on the track. Looks the business.

    Not for splitting. Make me a serious offer for the complete build. Bike is near Brighton but I’m up in London a lot so open to easy collection.

    Call/text/WhatsApp Matt on 07979860855

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  • "No fishing expeditions. You are either selling something or you're not. Either it's in the classifieds or it's deleted."
    Post at least a general number when you want to sell something here.
    Nice bike also.
    Edit : Add compliment at the end

  • “ Advisory (not rules):

    Put a price in the first post, with ONO (Or Nearest Offer) if you're willing to negotiate.”

    I take this to mean that adding a price is entirely up to the seller?

  • You're right, you don't have to.

    Generally people don't like guessing what you actually want for it though. It speeds things up for everyone if you suggest a price but you do you man

  • Thanks. I’m in no rush so let’s see how we go.

    If it helps anyone, the full build was well north of £3k, and the frame is obviously rare and collectible.

  • £3k

    about 5 years ago.

    25% depreciation the first year and a really conservative 10% depreciation each year after that puts you at just under £1,500. As someone with no history on the forum you'd probably want to knock another £200 off the price so call it £1,300.

    Of course I've pulled these numbers out of my arse but better guidance than "make me a serious offer".

  • Although a price isn't compulsory, without it a sales thread can easily become a PoPcOrN thread which is fun (for us) but dosen't get your bike sold; which considering you've gone to all the trouble putting an ad up in the first place is something you are looking to do.

    Honestly I don't understand why people get so stubborn, dig their heals and refuse to say I want £xxxx for my thing even if it's way off or gets bumped down a lot. A number sells stuff.

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  • Split it on ebay.

    No one will pay the price you have in mind here.

  • ...in here but also in any brain-connected human being place.

  • The build is beautiful but you must be smoking some mad stuff to be asking £3000 dude!

  • I’m not. The build cost that much.

    I’d consider £1700.

  • £600 here

  • Cool bike. You may definitely recoup the cost if you split, especially helping shift the track tubs which are pretty niche trackie. I'm sure the frameset and crankset would go quickly and the wheelset maybe shortly after. Especially if you're able to do a London collection. GLWS

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For Sale: Cinelli Mash Histogram complete bike with Zipp wheels

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