Monday, October 4, 2010

Nice bikes to sell! And some other stuff too.

I've got a couple personal rigs here in the store I'd like to put on the market. The beloved Kelly CX bike and a Jamis Kromo dirtjumper. Both are in quite good shape. Details? Oh! Yeah. I can get you details.

Kelly CX:
I HATE to do this, but I've got to put this fantastic bike on the market. Those familiar with Kelly will know this as one of his most well thought out bikes made. Its a master of the cyclocross circuit. It eats gravel for breakfast. Road miles disappear beneath the wheels. The frame and fork are True Temper OX Platinum, a nice light, resilient smooth riding steel. Set up on the bike is 1x10, SRAM Rival rear mech, and double tap shifters. Cranks are M951 XTR with an FSA 36T single ring. Seat post is an XTR, headset is a Campy Chorus, stem a Felt, bars are Salsa Bell Laps. Wheels are new Mavic Aksium's shod with legendary Michelin Mud and Sprint tires.

Frame Geometry is traditional, level top tube for easy shouldering. There's lots of room in there for throwing in a shoulder. Seat tube measures 61cm, and the Top tube measures 61cm. I'm 6'5" and it fits very well.

Price? $1100 shipped.

The second bike up is the Jamis Kromo dirt jumper. Fun little rig here. The frame is a burly 4130 steel. Fork is a decent SR Duro with 100mm of travel. Brakes are upgraded from a single cable actuated disc to Avid Juicy 3's front and rear. Pedals are upgraded to Atom Labs as well. Cranks are nice steel three piece with micro gearing. Tires are Kenda KRad 2.35s. This is a fun bike to ride. Strength is its strong suit. It has never been jumped [I like the ground under my tires, not my face]. Its seen only a little dirt, mostly pavement from house to work and back. This is the long version of the frame for taller folks.

Price? $600 shipped.

Enjoy the perfect weather while we've got it!