Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Blatant Garage Sale Plug

Daddy needs a new pair of shoes, so this trademark swag needs a new home, let me know if anyone's interested in it...

Cycling Garage Sale – Great Deals Priced to Sell

These items are headed to ebay soon, so if you’re interested in anything, have questions, need photos whatever, let me know at davidealex at cox.net THANKS

Specialized Trispoke Front Wheel – Motorola Team Issue, Predecessor to HED3, Tubular, track bolt-on axle, Conti Sprinter included -- $200

Renn Multisport Disc Wheel – Clincher, Vredestein tire included, shimano cassette compatible, 9 speed cassette included -- $400

Specialized Langster Track Bike – 58cm, black, perfect condition -- $400

Park Workstand, shop quality, cut-out rectangular base- $100

Mavic Helium Wheelset – Tubular, shimano cassette compatible, comes with flashy wheelbags - $150

Shimano Dura Ace Wheelset – Clincher, Dura Ace hubs, Mavic Clincher rims - $150

Louis Garneau Rocket Time Trial Helmet – comes with clear and tinted visors - $100


Taylor said...

You're getting rid of all your tri/time trial gear?

David Alexander said...

Keeping the cervelo, just liquidating what i can move. Don't you NEED a track bike? It can handle a brakeset, i may have one of those for sale next week. :D

Taylor said...

You are killing me, man! So many of those things on your list I would buy, but probably shouldn't. Now, if you were offering up the Cervelo as well we would definitely have to talk. ;)

I actually do really like the Langster. With the front brake it would make a great commuter, but I really should just convert the Bianchi and be done with it.

David Alexander said...

One idea i came up with was to sell the cervelo, and buy a new cervelo soloist with two seatposts, one forward and one more relaxed. Then i'd just have one go-fast bike (for tri/tt's and rr's).

That plan is currently on hold as i'm evaluating frame vs. entire bike purchases. But if you'd like to make me think about it more (insert huge offer here), i can. :D

Anonymous said...


which park workstand is it?


David Alexander said...

It's an older one, i couldn't find it on the website, kind of like the PRS-3, but without the solid base. The clamp is super-nice.

But Jennifer J. said she'd buy it.