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    Bike Price input

    I just reserved myself a table at the bike swap and am trying to decide what price to put on two of the bikes I am selling.

    06 Norco Aline - thinking around 850 to 900
    00 Iron Horse downhill bike - thinking around 200

    What do you think? Both bikes are in good shape with no major mechanical issues and just want to get them out of the garage.
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    All I know is you should consider letting that Niner MCR 9 go cheap. Who wants all that steel cluttering up their garage? Not you, sir. Not you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hdparrish View Post
    All I know is you should consider letting that Niner MCR 9 go cheap. Who wants all that steel cluttering up their garage? Not you, sir. Not you.
    I am tempted to sell the niner, but would want to get at least $1100 out of it so I could buy a 650b hardtails. Not sure if anyone would buy it at that price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimhine View Post
    Thanks for posting that. I have a Redline 55 elevated stay bike (Tange D-butted over sized tubing) that is a virtual match of those frame geometry specs except for a 71 degree head angle (rigid) instead of a 70 . Throw a 80mm Marzocchi Flylight air on it and its right at 70 degrees a virtual match. Steel 650B down and dirty. Granted it will have to be a V brake build but Cane Creek curves and Velocity Synergy will work on that .
    Last edited by Fred Smedley; 02-11-2013 at 05:47 AM.

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    $1100 for that Ritchey frame is not bad at all. I remember wanting a Ritchey bike when I was a kid so this is going to be mighty tempting.
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    Cannondale Jekyll Carbon 1
    Cannondale Trigger Carbon 2
    Transition Bottle Rocket
    Niner MCR 29er Hardtail

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