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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Ride with Zach and Dan, December 28, 2002 - Zach Kaplan, Dan Norton, and I rode a loop along the bay that took us up to Palo Alto and back through Shoreline Park.
High Sierra Fall Century, September 14, 2002 - Ron Bobb, Zach Kaplan, and Bill Bushnell rode the High Sierra Fall Century. The only photos taken on this occasion were only incidental to the ride. No photos were taken while on the ride.
Bill Models Gold Rush with Full Fairing, 2002 - Various photos of me on my Gold Rush with the full fairing. This was fairing version #2. It had a long (removable) point on the rear and side-panels. The sock covered the top and most of the side panels. This was a pretty good fairing, but it was long and heavy and required disassembly for transporting.
Pierce Point Road, July 2002 - A ride on Point Reyes, north of San Francisco. Only one photo but worth posting. It was a clear but very windy day.
First Tailbox, July 2002 - This was my first (and last) ride with the first tailbox I built. It was built of coroplast (plastic cardboard), and I used my regular bodysock (pinned with the excess stowed inside). Ron Bobb told me that he got a good draft off of it, so I never rode with it again. Because it took so much space in my shed I ended up cutting it down and recycling the plastic. It was good building practice, though.
Return to Freedom, June 29, 2002 - A few photos from the Return to Freedom event.
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