Folks, I’ve got way too much bike stuff on my hands and some of it needs to find a better home than I am able to give it.
All frames can be shipped via Bike Flights in the U.S. for $30
Fat Chance Yo Eddy! Large
The Yo Eddy! has always been my dream bike, but now I’ve got four of them and it’s time to move at least one of them on.
This is an early Saratoga Yo, the 26th size Large built. It has a 1′ head tube. The paint is the crowd favorite Saphire Fade and is in great condition. No dents, no dings. Comes with seat post and binder. The ride of the Yo is a cult classic for very good reason.
57cm Serotta Colorado CRL
In spectacular shape. Their top of the line racing model circa 93 or so. 57cm seat, 56cm Top tube. The craftsmanship is truly impressive and the condition is excellent. Does not include headset.
Email me at jeff at bike jerks if you want to cop.
Holy shit you need to watch this…
Stoked to see this early 90’s Salsa jersey in their famous “jellybean” scheme.
Last weekend was the annual Twin Cities Bike Swap. Here are a few of my scores.
Peep this kook mobile I picked up at the Swap Meet, a Schwinn Homegrown Factory (that means built at Yeti factory) Sweet Spot dualie. For those that didn’t live through this terrible era of good intentions but terrible bikes in suspension design, an URT or Unified Rear Triangle bike was designed to have active suspension when seated and stiffen up while standing. The big bonus here was that the drivetrain was all on one piece of the frame which theoretically isolated the pedaling forces.
This particular build is bat shit crazy. Let me break it down for you. High end frame set, Sid fork with PVC headset spacers. Under those spacers is a JB welded in “Steerer Extender,” truly terrifying shit. The drivetrain is a Japanese made White Industries crank mated to a Shimano Nexus internally geared hub. Peep the angel the cable leaves the hub from. Up top you’ve got a sweet Ringle Moby Deuce post and a Titec Titanium stem and bar. I’m assuming someone took a one time race bike and decided to give it the old man treatment with an extended steerer and the IGH. It also has super rad Avid Arch Rival brakes!
I picked it up for $250 and promptly dismantled it to sell off the pieces. It’s going really well too.
starting the search for a pair of Nike Poobah’s in size 9 right now so I can be cool like my bud Fred.