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  1. #1676
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    50 bucks on CL. Because, it IS important to steer fast.

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    Post your CraigsList WTF's!?! here-cannondale-f29-caffeine-mountain-bike-2013-04-02-00-41-08.jpg
    If you can't play, display.

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    Post your CraigsList WTF's!?! here-wtf_zpsb526b346.jpg

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    ^^^ Absolutely no trades - I might trade for a car, truck, motorcycle or gun - haha, what is it man?
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Ridden less than ten miles too!

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    This is kind of cool but not for me.
    Tandem buddy bike
    And this is crazy
    100 PLUS BICYCLES

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eat, Drink, Live,MTB View Post
    And this is crazy
    100 PLUS BICYCLES
    Wow.

    You'd probably make a good deal of money just scrapping all the metal from that lot.

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    Yeah that or just selling the bikes for $10 each

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    trek mountain bike

    trek mountain bike (cheyenne)
    front wheel need truing. brakes need fixed. other than that, its got an expensive seat, new gears, new back wheel, solid frame. easily worth your trouble
    im just asking a 1.75 ml bottle of ezra brooks
    Location: cheyenne
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    Posting ID: 3724681420 Posted: 2013-04-05, 10:18AM MDT

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlh View Post
    trek mountain bike

    trek mountain bike (cheyenne)
    front wheel need truing. brakes need fixed. other than that, its got an expensive seat, new gears, new back wheel, solid frame. easily worth your trouble
    im just asking a 1.75 ml bottle of ezra brooks
    Location: cheyenne
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    Posting ID: 3724681420 Posted: 2013-04-05, 10:18AM MDT
    Looks like drunkie-McDrunkerson wants someone else to do his shopping for him. May not be a bad price considering you can buy that crap for $30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlh View Post
    trek mountain bike

    trek mountain bike (cheyenne)
    front wheel need truing. brakes need fixed. other than that, its got an expensive seat, new gears, new back wheel, solid frame. easily worth your trouble
    im just asking a 1.75 ml bottle of ezra brooks
    Location: cheyenne
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    Posting ID: 3724681420 Posted: 2013-04-05, 10:18AM MDT
    I am wondering if the kid's dad knows he is trying to buy booze for his party with one of his bikes?

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    Unicylce

    I was going to say this is the strangest "unicycle" I've ever seen, until I realized it's a "unicylce."

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    9-speed Dura Ace, ruined frame, needs rear derailleur:

    2006 Cannondale R5000 Road Bike, $900.00 o.b.o.

    2006 Cannondale R5000 Road Bike, $900.00 o.b.o. - $900 (Laramie WY)

    2006 Cannondale R5000 Road Bike. Very light, fast and fun. Bike is all Shimano Dura-Ace components, excluding the Crank which is Shimano Ultegra, with Dura-Ace bottom bracket- external bearings, Dura-Ace shifters and brakes, Reynolds Ouzo Pro fork, Bontrager race x lite seatpost, San Marco Era X saddle, Bontrager stem, FSA carbon headset, Bontrager Race Lite handlebars, frontwheel is Bontrager Race X Lite (stickers removed), and the rear is a custom built Mavic Rim with Dura-Ace Hub and Cassette from Colorado Cyclist. The only problem is the rear derailleur, which was Dura-Ace, it broke off but didnt break the bracket, however it did dent the rear of the frame slightly (photos). Ive since used the chain for another bike, so only thing needed for this bike to be complete is a new rear derailleur and chain. Really good deal considering all the components and the quality frame, has under 500 miles on it with typical wear for that amount of riding, has been tuned and maintained on a regular basis, everything, excluding rear derailleur, is in great shape and function. I no longer race anymore and dont like having a great bike sitting around unridden so unloading it for less than a third of what I put in it. Any questions or inquiries email, or call Ben at 3085207713.
    Location: Laramie WY
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    That was one freakin strong rear der. LOL, managed to wrap around between the cassette and put a nice crease/dent inside of the frame. I love this part though:

    "Really good deal considering all the components and the quality frame, has under 500 miles on it with typical wear"

    That's like wrecking your porsche and saying it's a good deal because a porsche is technically a quality car. Maybe it's not in it's current condition but people just need to think about these things a little differently.
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    Tandem buddy bike - $500

    $250 apiece, you and your buddy are ready to ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stickman83 View Post
    $250 apiece, you and your buddy are ready to ride.
    That's the silliest sh!t I've ever seen.
    I like turtles

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonshonda View Post
    Its a pulling lawnmower.

    It's not "a" turbo on the lawnmower that gets me, its the "size" of the turbo.

    That turbo would have a hard time spooling up on a Mitsu Evo, much less a 12 horse briggs.
    A 850 R with a chip and AWD will spool that turbo up.

    EDIT: 400th post

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    Post your CraigsList WTF's!?! here-lmao.jpg

    Saw this the other day on Craigslist. I laugh every time I see it.

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    Sorry this is from E-bay not CraigsList but you gotta see this;
    New 29er Cyclocross Gravity Zilla Aluminum Bike Lights Helmet 100 for Charity | eBay

    It doesn't say what kinda lights they're including, but should be something good to try and charge you $175 more than what BikesDirect will charge you for the bike brand new with free shipping, even if they throw in the helmet. Oh yeah, it's local pick-up only for the thing. Even if it is for charity, it's a rip-off.
    The ridiculousness of cycling clothes increase exponentially in relation to the distance from your bicycle.

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    Gotta love some CL users. Cruisers are typically pretty laid back...I'm thinkin' this one's going to be a bit twitchy. :-)

    @@@ Nishiki ###

    @@@ Nishiki ### - $75
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    I have a Nishiki beach cruiser. It's not a bike you can buy at a wal-mart. It's a very good brand that makes great bikes. I don't ride it anymore since I've moved to arizona. Sitting in the garage. Just taking up space email or call/text at
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    Marin 19.5" Custom Mountain Bike-- Ultra-Lite!!! Rigid Suspension (WTF!!)

    Marin 19.5" Custom Mountain Bike-- Ultra-Lite!!! Rigid Suspension

    The front fork is a light-weight Marin CR-MO Rockstar Rigid fork for the maximum in traction, and control... Rigid suspension forks are for experienced riders because you really get the feel on how conditioned you are in the trails... and you get more control, and speeds on the trails. I have always rode Rigid forks... I hate front suspensions... front suspension bikes make you lazy, and do not work all your muscles, and weigh the bike down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coxinio View Post
    Marin 19.5" Custom Mountain Bike-- Ultra-Lite!!! Rigid Suspension (WTF!!)

    Marin 19.5" Custom Mountain Bike-- Ultra-Lite!!! Rigid Suspension

    The front fork is a light-weight Marin CR-MO Rockstar Rigid fork for the maximum in traction, and control... Rigid suspension forks are for experienced riders because you really get the feel on how conditioned you are in the trails... and you get more control, and speeds on the trails. I have always rode Rigid forks... I hate front suspensions... front suspension bikes make you lazy, and do not work all your muscles, and weigh the bike down.
    Nice pedals!

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    VINTAGE Fork collection, Manitou/Rock Shox/Marzocchi/HeadShok

    Vintage fork collection.

    Selling my vintage fork collection, putting house on market, need the room.
    30 complete forks plus spares & some parts.
    Manitou 1/2/3/4/EFC/Comp/Sport.
    Rock Shox Mag 20/21/Quadra/(1 Mag 21 has Bontrager crown).
    1991 Marzocchi XC 500 w/Zekes brace, Bomber Z.1 MCR.
    Rebuilt, polished Girvin Vector 1 w/new elastomers.
    6 various 'Dale Headshok, P-Bone.
    Selling as a lot, not individually. May consider selling 10 or more as a group.
    Better, single photos for serious inquiries.
    Price is $1,100 for all.
    Many of the Manitou & Rock Shox are worth $100-$150 each.


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    I just had to share this find


    This is a downhill bike. It was a project brought back from Alaska in 2007and never got aroound to add the rear gearchanger. Make an offer on this beast.
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    all i can say is wtf?!?!!?
    If you have sex in a car with airbags....does that count as safe sex???

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