Bike Items for Sale - Here's a photo journal of bike parts that I'm trying to clear out of my workshop.
Shipping is $10 or (actual shipping charges + (optional) insurance charges + delivery confirmation fee), whichever is greater. I will try to find cheapest shipping option (e.g. USPS for US Domestic delivery) or will ship according to your carrier of preference.
Some of the parts are new, some are used. If you think my item pricing is off or you're buying multiple items, please make me an offer.
I am selling everything "as is". But, if you buy an item that is dead on arrival, damaged in shipment, or you believe you got a raw deal, please contact me as soon as possible so we can work out a solution. Given the time involved in selling these items I am not making a profit on this and am more interested in seeing components and parts I no longer use but that have remaining useful life to find a home with other bicycle enthusiasts, where they will be used instead of collecting dust in my workshop.
Contact me at the following . It will help if you include the links to photos of the items that interest you. All prices are in US Dollars.
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Winter Solstice Century, December 19, 1998 - This was the second ride of any significant length that I rode on my Gold Rush. I rode with front fairing only from Gilroy (National 9 Motel) down to Pinnacles Store and back again.
LKHC: Bohlman Road, November 21, 1998 - Photos from the Low-Key Hill Climb up Bohlman Road. This was a make-up day due to being rained out on October 24, 1998.
LKHC: Mount Hamilton, November 14, 1998 - Photos from the Low-Key Hill Climb up Mt. Hamilton
LKHC: Soda Springs Road, October 17, 1998 - Photos from the Low-Key Hill Climb up Soda Springs Road.
|Bike Ridden:||Bridgestone RB-T|
|Cumulative climbing:||5300 feet|
High Sierra Fall Century, September 12, 1998 - John Serafin, Stella Hackell and I rode the High Sierra Fall Century where we saw John Langbein and Karen Davis who were also riding that day.
Group ride down South Butano Fire Trail, June, 1998 - I led a group ride down South Butano Fire Trail with Liz Borra, "Spike", Tom Lawrence, Ken Holloway, and Stella Hackell.
|Bike Ridden:||Bridgestone RB-T|
|Cumulative climbing:||6490 feet|
Southern Santa Cruz Mountains, June, 1998 -Stella Hackell and I drove our bikes up to Lexington and rode a loop that took us up Old Santa Cruz Highway to Summit Road then south along Summit Road. We had intended to descend Ormsby Road but we somehow missed the turn and ended up going all the way to Mt. Madonna before we dropped down into Corralitos for lunch and then returning to Lexington.
Paicines, June, 1998 - Stella Hackell, John Serafin, and I drove our bikes down to San Juan Bautista and then rode a loop out on Cienega Road to Paicines and then back through Hollister. We had originally planned to climb Fremont Peak, but when we got back to San Juan we banished that thought.
Bill Rides a BikeE to Half Moon Bay, May, 1998 - I rode John Serafin's BikeE to Half Moon Bay and back over Tunitas Creek Road.
Bill Rides Stella's Bicycle, May, 1998 - Stella and I swap bikes briefly.
CA84 and La Honda Open Space Preserve, February 15, 1998 - John Serafin, Stella Hackell, and I rode out over Old La Honda Road We started down CA84 but were turned around by the work crews stabilizing a large slide above the road. So, we rode back up to Skyline and explored the La Honda Open Space Preserve (before it was declared forbidden to bicyclists).
How many Western Wheelers does it take to fix a flat?, February 28, 1998 - I was on a Western Wheelers ride with a moderately large bunch, including Stella Hackell and John Serafin (who were riding a tandem) who managed to blow out a tire somewhere on Stage Road between San Gregorio and Pescadero.
The fix for the tire ended up being a healthy wrapping of duct tape around the mounted tire, since duct tape was the best we could procure in Pescadero that day. Our route home took roads that gave the shortest route home, although we did have to stop again to wrap the tire part-way down the east side of CA84 when the duct tape on the top of the tire broke through.
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