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    Mojo Riposte June Bug's Avatar
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    26" Med Titus Racer X for sale at Frankenbike today + L and Med road bikes

    Crusty is loading up the van for Frankenbike today at Monkey Wrench. I thought he was just going to help his daughter's boyfriend sell a nice Giant Size L road bike, but he dragged out the 26" Titus Racer X as well as another Cannondale Road bike (medium) as well as numerous used 26" mountain bike tires and other bits and pieces.

    Racer X Medium Aluminum Frame
    Sram X-7/Avid brakes
    XT cranks
    Easton stem and seat post
    Carbon rise bar (old school narrow)
    26" CrossMax Rims

    Maybe 10 years old; has been used once or twice since we changed over to big wheels at the dawn of the 29er Age.

    Road bike:
    Giant TCR 1 in pampered condition
    Frame: Large
    Originally used for triathlons but switched over to regular drop bars
    Aero set up is available
    Ultegra components/Truvative cranks/may have a carbon fork
    Xero Lite Rims
    Hutchinson Fusion tires

    No details on the Cannondale road bike.

    The actual address for Monkey Wrench is 5555 North Lamar L131, Austin 78751.

    There's a Half Priced Books and a Goodwill on the North Lamar side, but the actual Monkey Wrench shop is on Guadalupe a half block south of Koenig on the west side of Guadalupe. Monkey Wrench is tucked into the ell of a little business park building with extremely limited parking, but probably can spill over parking into the lot next door.

    That said,

    FrankenBike Austin # 160: SUNDAY, January 27, 2019, 10am-4pm at Monkey Wrench Bicycles
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    Mojo Riposte June Bug's Avatar
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    We sold all three bikes and 4 Selle Italia saddles.
    A youngish guy (college age?) rode off on the Racer X and was pretty excited about it. He was already planning upgrades.
    The GIANT TCR went for a song, along with a nice trainer. If you need to sell bikes, parts, whatever, Frankenbike is a great venue as long as you keep your prices reasonable.
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    Do you mind telling us what the Racer X went for?

    -CJB


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    Quote Originally Posted by CBaron View Post
    Do you mind telling us what the Racer X went for?
    -CJB
    $300
    We'd had it for quite a long time; old bike (size medium frame) with mid range (XT/SLX) components, but good fork, shock, and nice wheels. A size small or extra small Racer X would make a great kid's bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by June Bug View Post
    $300
    A size small or extra small Racer X would make a great kid's bike.
    Thats exactly why I asked. Thank you.
    -CJB


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