1980 Trek 412 completely rebuilt. Headset repacked, all new parts.Ishiwata TubingFrame is spaced at 126 but running 120mm spaced track wheels. Have run 130 as well for geared setup.Clears a 700x40Can…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Grossman Jun 7, 2020.
I have it listed on CL so here is the link:…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Grossman May 24, 2020.
Anyone know if the annual Milwaukee Swap that generally occurs in early December is happening this year? I cannot find any updates on the interwebs from last season.Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Grossman Nov 5, 2019.
Looking to try some Nitto Noodle bars in a 46 or 48. Lemme know!Continue
Started Sep 7, 2018
All I have is a Tiagra (OEM) take-off crank 170mm silver no BB. You can have it for $80 if you want it.
As far as Elroy-Sparta, my friend went there via Madison in 2009. Easy to take the bus to UW Madison and then head up the road from that point. Consult the state maps for more details.
We have over 5,000 of the total 80,000 sq ft dedicated to MTB, commuter, and cross. There will be a great selection from Trek, Salsa and Felt. There are literally thousands of bike to choose from. Anything regarding to specific inventory you have in mind?
Hey Dave........Yes, that was me.
I have a couple of bikes in the 55-56 range.......not really commuters though. A Centurion Ironman and a Club Fuji. No rack eyelets or room for fenders. I do have some MTB frames that might work for you, 4130 grade.
Yes, there will be several bikes that you and your family can try.
I live at lincoln and bryn mayr, I will be pretty busy tomorrow but available for a short time around 6
yep, send me codes or any other good reference
Hi Dave, thanks for your interest. I have it stored downstairs & will try to take a picture within a couple of days. Original price was $407.00 & I am trying to decide on a price ~$100. not sure, open to offers.
Thanks for your interest. I have it stored & have to pull it out in order to take a picture, need a couple days to do that.
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