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    FOR SALE - Ohio Valley

    I am a Mason County resident and I'm trying to sell my bike to someone around here so I don't have to pay to put it on EBay.

    It is a 2007 Cannondale Rush 4: Size L

    It has about 2 hours of flat trail riding and up to 6 hours of pavement riding. I bought it for $1700 late October and aiming at selling it at $1500. It is in almost perfect shape and has no major stratches or anything of the such.

    I'll be acepting offers at damm298@msn.com
    E-mail for pictures and other details. Thanks

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    So, Are you an EE, ME, CE? Nursing, Printing?

    I was a Dec '01 Grad of EE at Tech there. Lived in "The Barn" there down close to the Family Dollar for a couple yrs and then in Smithers. Was at Tech for about an hour last summer and stopped by to see Dr. Cercone. Noticed that the Sig Pi house had burned downed. Know anything about that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashedandburned
    So, Are you an EE, ME, CE? Nursing, Printing?

    I was a Dec '01 Grad of EE at Tech there. Lived in "The Barn" there down close to the Family Dollar for a couple yrs and then in Smithers. Was at Tech for about an hour last summer and stopped by to see Dr. Cercone. Noticed that the Sig Pi house had burned downed. Know anything about that?

    Opps! Just looked at your past posts and realized that we've already had this conversation. Dang this memory loss in my old age!

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    Sorry to tell you , but you'll never get that kind of return on your bike.
    Too slow to race....too sexy to stay at home.

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    What would you suggest then.

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    Yeah, used bikes drop to about 60% of MSRP once ridden...
    but if you really want to find out what the market supports, ebay is the only way.
    Put it on craigslist too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WVUTech
    What would you suggest then.

    Not suggesting anything , just saying your not going to get too many takers on a year old bike for close to retail no matter how clean it is. That's the way it is with most stuff you try to sell used. Good luck anyway. I agree with CharacterZero about trying your local Craigslist, probably would be easier.
    Last edited by FudgeHammer; 02-15-2008 at 10:37 AM.
    Too slow to race....too sexy to stay at home.

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    If you want to know the market, peruse the classifieds here and create an ebay search for said product. Watch and learn, then set your price. Hope that helps some.

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