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Jamis has always been known for their legendary Dragon chro-moly steel hardtails going all the way back to when they first unveiled the model in 1993. This appears to be a 1996 model, judging from the polished and clear-coated finish, and the decals from that period. This is an Extra Small frame, with a 14" seat tube, and a 20.5" top tube measurement. This would be an excellent candidate to build up as a light mountain bike for a kid who has grown out of a 24" wheel bike, and is not quite ready to jump up to a 29" wheel bike, if you have some old parts laying around (hint: we know a place that has those too). Available for FREE in-store pick-up in SLC, or we can pack and ship in the U.S. for $75.
This is a well-used 60cm Cannondale CAAD3 aluminum frame, with a Profile BRC carbon fork. CAAD3 frames were sold in the 1997-2000 model years. This one has its fair share of battle scars, including a noticeable dent in the top tube, but also appears to have some life left in it, for someone really tall looking to build up an economical commuter or roadie. Partial Cane Creek headset parts as pictured, but you are going to want to change those out. Sold as-is, and available for FREE local pick-up on SLC, or we can pack and ship in the U.S. for $75.
This is a really nice Mongoose titanium frame, circa 2000-2002. It will fit 26" wheels. These frames were made in the U.S.A by Sandvik out of Washington, who also made high end frames for Diamondback and GT in the glory days of NORBA cross-country racing. There is not a lot of info about these inline, but a recent thread on mtbr.com yielded comments like "well-made," "look at those welds," "a forever bike." This is a size small, based on the 21" top tube length, and a set tube measurement of about 16". A great project bike!Available for in store pickup in SLC, or we can pack and shop in the U.S. for $75.
Here is a piece of carbon fiber bicycle history, literally one-piece, as in true monocoque construction. Vintage Kestrel bikes were way ahead of their time, and were hand-made in Watsonville, CA. The EMS model offered the same design and shared the same mold as the 200 SCi, but used a lighter and higher modulus carbon fiber. This frame is beautiful despite some signs of wear. The paint is chipped off on the drive side chain stay, but the carbon appears intact and not gouged. Similar marks can be seen in the rear seat stay cluster. Tire clearance was tight back there, and if you ever rode through fresh chip seal, you can imagine how this happened. There is a Cane Creek threadless headset, but you will have to find your own EMS fork to get this restoration project kicked off. We think it is a 56 cm frame, based on the 56 cm center-to-center top tube measurement. Old Kestrel geometry charts on the internet claimed a c-t-c top tube length of 55.9cm for the 56 cm model. Free local pick-up in SLC, or we can ship in the U.S. for $75.
Colnago Titanio Frameset, includes frame, fork, headset, and seatpost collar.
This thing is cool. This double-downtube frame was one of Colnago's early titanium offerings, and very experimental for its time.
BB Shell: 70mm Italian
130mm Rear axle spacing
There are definitely blemishes in the finish, but the frame underneath is in really good shape. Come by our shop in SLC or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
This is a one-of-a-kind Time Trial frame from Kona that they made for their Velo Bella team.
Top tube 48 cm center to center
Seat tube 47 cm center to top
Chainstay 40 cm
seat post size 28.4
1 1/8'' Headset
A throwback to when fun colors were the norm! This is a true classic, featuring beautiful lug work at the top of the seat tube. Whether it becomes your commuter or your vintage Sunday cruiser this bike is sure to grab attention.
Fits 26" wheels. Seat tube measures 21". U-brake rear mounts (we could probably even dig up a working U-brake in one of our shops).
This frameset can be purchased online and picked up in the Provo shop for FREE, or we can ship it to you in the lower 48 states for a flat rate shipping and handling fee of $75.00.
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