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Look 595

Look 595 road bike. compressed carbon frame. quark crankset, alps wheels. small frame for 5’6″ to 5’9″ rider. can ship anywhere quickly. offers considered

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Ridley Dean

Ridley Dean time trial bike. very good condition. rotor rings sram. all cf. 50-ton 40-ton HM carbon.offers considered. for 5’6″ to 5’8″ rider.Quick shipping available.

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Lazer Tardiz

This Helmet is in Perfect Condition.. Used 5 times.

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Zipp 650s Front and Back

These wheels were ONLY used for racing.. have less than 500 miles.. MINT condition

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Griffen Custom Women’s Triathlon Bike

Custom Griffen Vulcan B4C in

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Jamis Dakota D 29er- Mountain Bike 2011

Full high modulus carbon fiber, Dyad XC Ultra lay-up, shaped-optimized top and down tubes, 1.5 - 1 1/8

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FSA SL-K Light Brand New

FSA SL-K Light Brand New - removed as soon as I bought my bike. In perfect shape S-10, 53/39T, 130mm BCD, B30

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Mavic Aksium Race Wheels with tires and tubes

Mavic Aksium Race Wheels (black) with Hors Categorie 700x23C/130psi tires. Front and back wheels with tires and tubes for $200

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