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    SPAM For SALE: Fat Chance Yo Eddy, Slingshot, Ritchey fillet brazed custom road bike

    Vintage Fat Chance Yo Eddy, Slingshot, Custom Fillet Brazed Ritchey Road Bike - Buy and Sell and Review Mountain Bikes and Accessories

    Pick up some crazy awesome bikes from me.

    1991 Fat Chance Yo Eddy
    14.5 inch ctc, 15 3/4 inch ctt
    Does not include headset
    $800 obo
    PICS HERE: http://photobucket.com/fatchanceyoeddy

    1991 Slingshot
    16 inch ctc, 18.5 ctt
    True Temper OX Ultra II
    Slingshot made 1" forks
    $500
    PICS HERE: http://photobucket.com/1991slingshot

    1981 Fillet Brazed Custom Ritchey road bike SOLD pending payment
    18.5 inch ctc, 19 inch ctt, 20.5 inch top tube ctc
    Columbus tubing
    Campagnolo dropouts
    Note: seat tube binder bolt is 4.5 mm
    Rear spacing 120mm
    $600 for frame and forks only
    $800 for frame, forks, Excellent condition 1" Chris King No Logo threaded headset and brand new Phil Wood stainless steel bottom bracket with 119mm spindle for a touring triple, and Campagnolo friction downtube shifters with the flat blade.
    PICS HERE: http://photobucket.com/fbritchey

    1990 Klein Pinnacle in red
    xs or 18"
    $300

    1997 Ibis Hakkalugi
    $800
    http://photobucket.com/lugi

    Still have huge amount of sweet parts. Salsa ala carte, Ibis Hakkalugi, vintage bikes and parts - Buy and Sell and Review Mountain Bikes and Accessories
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    you go girl.

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    You crack me up.

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    WTH... are you going roadie or something? OR is your stable that deep???

    EDIT... saw one of the frames is a roadie.... you have a deep stable.

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    Yes, I have a ridiculous number of bikes! Just toning it down a notch to rotate my bikes so I can appreciate the ones I have. Thanks, R!

    Plus, I realized that I don't really like riding on the road all the much. Keeping two modern road bikes and that's it.

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    G, that Ritchey is gorgeous...

    made me go out and measure my track bike to see if I could make it work, damn, too small.

    I guess I could make it work if I was german and had a 400mm roadie seatpost


    Just curious, how tall are you, and how did it fit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastcoaststeve View Post
    G, that Ritchey is gorgeous...

    made me go out and measure my track bike to see if I could make it work, damn, too small.

    I guess I could make it work if I was german and had a 400mm roadie seatpost


    Just curious, how tall are you, and how did it fit?

    Steve

    I'm 5'4" (and a half!) and it fit well. I usually ride a 51cm road bike so go figure.

    And I know it's gorgeous. It is so freaking pretty that it's about the only time I sought out and got a beautiful wheelset made for it. I have spent a lot of time staring at it. But...at the end of the day, I only want to ride it around 10 miles max and that keeps me local which makes me not want it to get stolen or dinged, scratched, or dented so....my steel vintage road bikes are heading out the door.

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    Was hoping the Yo would be a keeper for you. That was a cool bike.


    Why would you own 100 Yugos when you could own 1 Porsche? - Rumpfy



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    Quote Originally Posted by ameybrook View Post
    Was hoping the Yo would be a keeper for you. That was a cool bike.
    Actually, it is. And then came the Team and I felt like I wanted to keep just one. Sorry, let me know if you want it back and I'll send it just as it came to me.

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