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There are a few things we don't know about this 57 cm De Rosa frame and fork, for example, based on our research, we believe it to be made with Columbus SLX tubing, but it does not have the customary Columbus sticker one would expect to find on the seat tube. Previous owner says it is a 1986 model. But what we do know is this: it is absolutely stunning, and the paint is in exceptional condition. Scratches and chips, there are a few, see photos, but for the most part, this is a really beautiful bike frame in great condition. It has a Shimano Dura Ace headset installed which is very smooth. We think this would be a great project for someone looking to build up a L'Eroica bike with vintage parts.
-57 cm center-to-center seat tube, and top tube, or what we used to call "square."
-Campagnolo stamped dropouts
-flat crown fork, as De Rosa was famous for
Available for FREE In-Store Pick-up in our SLC shop, or we can pack (carefully) and ship in the USA for a flat rate frameset fee of $75.
This is a used Klein Quantum Pro frame and fork, circa early to mid 2000s. Very likely a U.S. made frame. Lightweight aluminum frame, with carbon fork. The top tube measures 57 cm, center to center. The seat tube measures 59 cm center to top of collar, or approximately 55 cm center to center. There is approximately 20.1 cm of uncut steerer tube. This is being sold "As Is," which means what you see is what you get, and we do not accept returns on As Is bikes. A few things you should know:
-there is no seat collar included.
-the lower integrated headset bearing is intact, but it is missing the upper bearing assembly, so you will need to find that somewhere.
-there is a small crimping dent from a front derailleur that was over-tightened (see photo).
Available for FREE in-store pick-up on our SLC shop, or we can ship for $75 flat rate shipping and handling within the U.S.A.
Vintage Kestrel 200 SCi frame with EMS fork. This is being sold in "As Is" condition, which means we have looked it over, and can't find any reason why this bike couldn't be cleaned up and restored, but make no guarantees, and do not offer refunds on "As Is" bikes. What you see is what you get, and we have tried to honestly highlight flaws and imperfections. It includes an FSA Triple chainring crankset as well as American Classic seat post, and Stronglight headset. The top tube measures right at 56cm, and the seat tube measures approximately 55 cm center to center, or 59.5 center to top of collar.
Things to be aware of:
-paint is scraped and rubbed off underneath fork, and behind bottom bracket. Iy looks pretty ugly, but no visible cracks, just abrasions. Looks like the previous owner pushed the limits with tire size and likely picked up some road tar.
-there is one ding or gouge on top tube, likely from handlebars swinging. Does not appear to be a crack, see photo.
-FSA carbon triple crankset has 172.5 arms, and 53t x 42t x 30t chainrings
the 2 piece binder bolt on the seat collar needs to be replaced. the bolt heads are stripped out.
Available for FREE local pick-up in SLC, or we can ship for a flat rate of $75 shipping and handling in the U.S.A.
This vintage Schwinn Homegrown is sweet...as in Sweetspot, which was their name for this design. This is a first generation Sweetspot, likely from 1995, in a rare "backwards" color combo (more common from that time period was the red front/black rear combo). Later second generation models switched to an oversized hollow pivot. Based on our research, this is an American-made frame, made in the Seattle-area ControlTech factory, known for high-quality aluminum frames, stems, and seat posts. It even has a ControlTech seat post included. Includes a Fox shock, which likely needs servicing, if you are going to build this up. Now for the bad: there is chronic chain-suck damage to the drive side chain stay. You be the judge. The gouges are pretty deep. Could be a parts bike, or you could try your luck with this piece of 90's MTB history.
- Schwinn full suspension frame for 26" Mountain Bike wheels- made in USA aluminum front and rear triangle- major gouging on chain stay from chain suck (see photo)- some larger paint chips and flaking, but otherwise- 19" frame (23" effective top tube)
Available for In-Store pick-up in our SLC shop, or we can ship in the U.S.A. for a flat rate of $75 for shipping and handling.
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.
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.
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