Looking for £80 posted after I had my time wasted on auction.
It has come to my attention that people think this groupset is full and comes with a chainset. I did clearly state what the groupset consists of. If so, you can still bid on the parts which it comes as, or leave it. Just thought I'd inform you all of this that is DOES NOT come with a chainset[
I have a pair of Shimano R087 shoes for sale in white. Lovely condition and only used once on a 20 mile dry ride last October, sat in the cupboard since. Looking for £40 ono posted by a secure way. Size is Euro 46, I'm an 11 and they fit me fine.
i have for sale a Brand New Shimano RS80 C24 wheelset, these have been sat in their box for a couple of weeks but i've decided i cannot utilise them.
very light carbon reinforced aluminium rim, 16/20 spokes, gorgeous grey ano hubs
£250 + post
Link to auction: http://www.goinggoingbike.com/auction/offer/details/11746
Hi, for auction is my groupset as I am upgrading my bike, it is brand new but I fancied a quick upgrade after getting a good deal/discount on a Microshift groupset. I have added up the prices of these parts which comes to £145.
-The road groupset is called 2300 and slots in at the bottom of the Shimano hierarchy, just below Sora. The eight-speed group has a smooth, flowing design which makes it looks far more expensive than it is.
Hello everyone - having upgraded virtually everything on my bike, I am left with the following that would make a good start for a first self build, commuter bike, or winter trainer for next year.
£200 or near offer for the lot. Collection only, but I am prpeared to travel within Kent. Collection would be from Sittingbourne.
Pinnacle (Evans own brand) Sentinal 3.0 frame, size large. Suits 5'10 - 6'1". Good condition, some very small paint chips on the chainstay. Frame has done about 1000 miles. Frame has mud guard clearance etc.
Forks - carbon with alloy steerer.
Hi all. My first 70.3 is coming up later this year, and I'm now giving a lot of thought to investing in a tri bike for increased comfort over the distance and hopefully a slight time advantage+the possibility of slightly fresher legs off the bike. I'm looking at three main offerings - a Trek Speed Concept in the 7.0 or possibly up to 7.5 range, one of the new Shiv models, or a Scott Plasma. I've read that the Scott bikes tend to be a lot easier to travel with and work on.
I've got a Zipp 808 Clincher rear shimano that I am looking to sell. It is an early 2009 model, built on the Zipp 182 hub. This is the older style hub, but is lighter and free-er running than the newer 188 hub.
I have replaced all 6 bearing in the hub at the end of January, and have only rode the wheel for about 2 hours on the rollers since then, so it is silky smooth.
I have also put a full new set of decals on the wheel as I was using it without any decals on.