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Offline thebishopp

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Bicycle and exercise bike for sale
« on: March 02, 2020, 12:54:37 »
Hello all, as a new V strom owner I'm having to make some room, so I'm selling a couple of bits that have been gathering dust.

First up, my Whyte Dorset gravel bike - 2018 model, dark grey, good condition, rrp was £1099, it has just been sitting in my hallway for over a year so is in need of a new home from someone who'll ride it. I'm 6'2" so it's a large frame, would suit someone between 5'10" and 6'4". Had has new chain shortly before it was last ridden, has All Condition Armadillo tyres on - so few miles on them they still have the tiny bobbles sticking out! I found I prefer my mountain bike for comfort after a frozen shoulder requiring surgery, so the Dorset has just been sitting. I'm looking for somewhere around £500 for it.

Secondly, my Reebok One GB50 xercise bike, purchased to help me get through the forced inactivity of the frozen shoulder. I'm now back on my mountain bike and back in a kayak, so this has become redundant. It's rrp was £399, it is in perfect condition, just dusty! I'm looking for around £200 for it.

Obviously postage isn't really doable for either item, so I am in Kent, near Canterbury, if anyone is interested! Thought I'd ask here before I ebay them :)

EDIT: speeling and gramar

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Re: Bicycle and exercise bike for sale
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2020, 13:06:36 »
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