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2014-08-21 10:11 AM


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Subject: FS: 58CM Tri Bike, Shimano bike shoes, Newton Distance running shoes
Trying to sell the following items. PM me for pictures.

2012 Ridley Phaeton T

Great bike, but I just upgraded to a full carbon frame so am letting this one go. Bike is 58cm with a couple of upgrades. Would like to get $700, but any serious offer will be considered. Also willing to part out if you have interest in any specific piece.

Fork: 4ZA-R Blade
Brake and Shifters Levers: Microshift TT + Tektro TL 720
Brakes: Shimano 105
Front Derailleur: Shimano 105
Rear Derailleur: Shimano 105
Cassette: Shimano 105 CS-5700
Chain: KMC
Crankset: FSA Gossamer STD
Wheels: Bontrager Select
Tires: Vittoria Rubino 3 700x23
Seat post: 4ZA Aero TT
Stem: Dimension Threadless 90mm/125 degree
Base bar: Profile Design T2 Wing
Aero bars: Profile Design T3+

Shimano SH-R078L Road Cycling Shoes
Size 46
Used only since February, so in great shape
Cleats not included
From Amazon: The Shimano Men's Bicycle Shoes SH-R078 are a classically designed road cycling shoe with performance features. The upper is made of tough, stretch-resistant synthetic leather with moisture-control mesh inserts that provide structure and plenty of ventilation to keep your feet comfortable and cool. Featuring Shimano's Dynalast technology sole which is a glass fiber reinforced polyamide that secures the foot into the ideal ergonomic position for a more efficient up stroke and all day comfort. Triple asymmetrical straps prevent uncomfortable pressure on foot and provide a snug fit. The shoes are SPD and SPD-SL cleat compatible.
$75 OBO

Newton Distance Running Shoes
Color: Lime/Red
Size: 11
Width: D - Medium
Used for maybe 15 miles. Like new.
$100 OBO

As mentioned above, I have pictures for everything, so PM me if interested. Thanks for looking.


2014-08-21 1:20 PM
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Subject: RE: FS: 58CM Tri Bike, Shimano bike shoes, Newton Distance running shoes
Would you mind sending some pics of the bike? Also, where are you located?
2014-08-22 7:49 PM
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Subject: RE: FS: 58CM Tri Bike, Shimano bike shoes, Newton Distance running shoes
I'd like to see some pics as well. Thank you.
2014-08-25 7:45 AM
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Subject: RE: FS: 58CM Tri Bike, Shimano bike shoes, Newton Distance running shoes
PMs sent
2014-08-27 11:53 AM
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Subject: RE: FS: 58CM Tri Bike, Shimano bike shoes, Newton Distance running shoes
bump
2014-08-31 9:40 PM
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Subject: RE: FS: 58CM Tri Bike, Shimano bike shoes, Newton Distance running shoes
Im new to this web site and just registered a few weeks ago. I'm planning on participating in the IM in NZ next March. I'm in need of a good bike and intererested in what you're selling if still available.

Please advise current availability and send pictures of bike, bike shoes and running shoes for consideration.

I'm sorry but not sure what "PM" means. Assuming it's a message of some kind. I'm hoping this will do.

Thank you.
Matt


2014-09-02 1:52 PM
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PM sent
2014-09-14 6:49 PM
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Subject: RE: FS: 58CM Tri Bike, Shimano bike shoes, Newton Distance running shoes
Bump. Newtons sold. Price drop on bike to $550, on bike shoes to $50.
2014-09-16 3:26 PM
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Subject: RE: FS: 58CM Tri Bike, Shimano bike shoes, Newton Distance running shoes
Can you PM me some pictures? And location?
2014-09-16 3:27 PM
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Subject: RE: FS: 58CM Tri Bike, Shimano bike shoes, Newton Distance running shoes
Can you PM me some pictures? And location?
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