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Thu Jul 12, 2018 1:45 am

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Wed Jul 11, 2018 11:59 pm
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Saturday afternoon six mile sounds like a plan. :wasteful: can do car and bike shopping if he joins us!
Saturday morning is GF car shopping :jimp:
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How much?
No idea yet. Gotta research what it’s worth. Gut feel right now is $1500?

2011 Cervelo R3
Sram Rival 10 speed
Alright, so, finding what a used bike is worth is hard. Bicycle blue book exists but who knows what they use as a basis? Checking around on crangslists in the area indicate the bike could be worth $1000-1600.

So friends price, $850. If you want blingy silver i9 wheels we can talk. They need to be trued, any LBS should be able to do that for $20 each, or I can have a shop do it. With the i9's I'd want $1200 for the lot. I think if they're re-dished and trued they should fit in the bike fine, they currently rub the tire on the seatstays so I haven't been using them.

If I don't know you the price goes up, this is only for DFD and people I know. This bike was $3200 new in 2011.

Deets on the bike:

2011 Cervelo R3 Rival - BBRight frame
Size: 58cm
Shifters: Rival 2x10
F. Der: Shimano Ultegra 10
R. Der: Rival 10 short cage
Crank: Sram 900 carbon compact, 50/34
Cassette: Ultegra 11-26? 25? I think it's 26.
Brakes: Sram Rival
Chain: Sram
Bars: 3T ergonova
Stem: I have a few stems of varying lengths, you can have your pick between a 90mm giant (on it now), 80mm Zipp, or 100mm 3T.
Seatpost: Ritchey WCS carbon, or I have some aluminum ones if you don't want to deal with CF
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Flow or Fizik Arione your choice
Wheelset: Currently Fulcrum Racing 7 that needs new front bearings, or i9 i25 classic available as noted above.
Tires: Continental GP4000 SII in 23mm size, decent shape

No pedals

Bar tape and shifter hoods are shot so if you want the bike I'll install new tape and hoods in color of your choice for free.

This is a racing bike. It rides smooth-ish compared to racing bikes of the same era, but it is not butter smooth. Power transfer is absolutely incredible and this bike is a rocket, there is absolutely zero frame flex at the bottom bracket junction and this thing just rips. The fit on this is slightly more upright than other racing bikes but not quite current "endurance" style fit. Weight, who knows, but I think it's under 18 lbs. With lighter wheels and some selective parts you could easily get it to 16. There is a scratch on the top tube near the R3 decal, it's just worn off paint from a bike resting next to it while being transported. No dents in the frame. I had a scare with it a few years ago where I endo'd pretty hard and I had 2 shops look at it and give it a 100% clean bill of health. This is a very robust and well made bike. No BB creaking, shifts fire off immediately like gunshots, even the front shifts well since I changed it to a shimano derailleur. Brake pads were new last year so they are strong. For sale because I don't ride it much and prefer my 30lb steel boat anchor fun bike, and want something more plush with discs for road use since I'm not racing. I have ridden it with carbon fiber wheels and it's mind blowing how smooth it is, so if this doesn't sell I'll just buy some waxer wheels for it.

Can take updated pics on request.

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So am I going to have to get ramz sooner rather than later? When zill mentioned the tire lineup I was curious and went back to look at old pics. The first one is from one of my last rides from last season and the labels are lined up correctly. The second pic was from our ride on the 4th and the labels are way out of whack.

When I brought it to guy's a month ago it was only for brake and seatpost issues so I don't think they'd do anything to the tires. I also never changed the tubes on them until this past week when I did the tire change. The tire shouldn't be sliding around on the rim. Is that a rim or a tire problem? I believe the rapid robs are wire beaded. Not sure if that makes a difference.

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Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:37 pm

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Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:55 pm
So am I going to have to get ramz sooner rather than later? When zill mentioned the tire lineup I was curious and went back to look at old pics. The first one is from one of my last rides from last season and the labels are lined up correctly. The second pic was from our ride on the 4th and the labels are way out of whack.

When I brought it to guy's a month ago it was only for brake and seatpost issues so I don't think they'd do anything to the tires. I also never changed the tubes on them until this past week when I did the tire change. The tire shouldn't be sliding around on the rim. Is that a rim or a tire problem? I believe the rapid robs are wire beaded. Not sure if that makes a difference.

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You don’t have a problem.

Besides... The pictures are taken of opposite sides of the bike and the space between the words “rapid rob” is in a slightly different location and throws off the perception of the “middle”.

RAPID ROB
BOR DIPAR

Unless you want me to tell you to buy new wheels, then absolutely this is a huge problem and needs addressing. The perception of tire/rim slippage has stressed the hubs, in turn causing excess stress on the fork dropouts which compromises the headset cups. Given they are now 1/600,000th of an inch out of tolerance that means the frame is shot in addition to your fork. The cassette has seen excess stress on the rear hub and has stretch the chain and slightly rounded off a jockey wheel on the rear derailleur.

At this point, the only thing to do is buy a Cannondale Bad Habit.

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Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:48 pm

fledonfoot wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:37 pm
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Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:55 pm
So am I going to have to get ramz sooner rather than later? When zill mentioned the tire lineup I was curious and went back to look at old pics. The first one is from one of my last rides from last season and the labels are lined up correctly. The second pic was from our ride on the 4th and the labels are way out of whack.

When I brought it to guy's a month ago it was only for brake and seatpost issues so I don't think they'd do anything to the tires. I also never changed the tubes on them until this past week when I did the tire change. The tire shouldn't be sliding around on the rim. Is that a rim or a tire problem? I believe the rapid robs are wire beaded. Not sure if that makes a difference.

:dafuq:

9/16/17
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7/4/18
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You don’t have a problem.

Besides... The pictures are taken of opposite sides of the bike and the space between the words “rapid rob” is in a slightly different location and throws off the perception of the “middle”.

RAPID ROB
BOR DIPAR

Unless you want me to tell you to buy new wheels, then absolutely this is a huge problem and needs addressing. The perception of tire/rim slippage has stressed the hubs, in turn causing excess stress on the fork dropouts which compromises the headset cups. Given they are now 1/600,000th of an inch out of tolerance that means the frame is shot in addition to your fork. The cassette has seen excess stress on the rear hub and has stretch the chain and slightly rounded off a jockey wheel on the rear derailleur.

At this point, the only thing to do is buy a Cannondale Bad Habit.
:lolol:

Remount the tires yourself brah. NBD.
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Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:51 pm

fledonfoot wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:37 pm
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Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:55 pm
So am I going to have to get ramz sooner rather than later? When zill mentioned the tire lineup I was curious and went back to look at old pics. The first one is from one of my last rides from last season and the labels are lined up correctly. The second pic was from our ride on the 4th and the labels are way out of whack.

When I brought it to guy's a month ago it was only for brake and seatpost issues so I don't think they'd do anything to the tires. I also never changed the tubes on them until this past week when I did the tire change. The tire shouldn't be sliding around on the rim. Is that a rim or a tire problem? I believe the rapid robs are wire beaded. Not sure if that makes a difference.

:dafuq:

9/16/17
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7/4/18
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You don’t have a problem.

Besides... The pictures are taken of opposite sides of the bike and the space between the words “rapid rob” is in a slightly different location and throws off the perception of the “middle”.

RAPID ROB
BOR DIPAR

Unless you want me to tell you to buy new wheels, then absolutely this is a huge problem and needs addressing. The perception of tire/rim slippage has stressed the hubs, in turn causing excess stress on the fork dropouts which compromises the headset cups. Given they are now 1/600,000th of an inch out of tolerance that means the frame is shot in addition to your fork. The cassette has seen excess stress on the rear hub and has stretch the chain and slightly rounded off a jockey wheel on the rear derailleur.

At this point, the only thing to do is buy a Cannondale Bad Habit.
:lolol:

Yeah I looked for a pic from the same side but didn't have one. I also checked the tires and the schwalbe and rapid Rob text are in the same spot on both sidewalls. Weird how they shifted.

Full suspension will come later.
https://guysbicycles.com/product/cannon ... 9328-1.htm
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Thu Jul 12, 2018 9:14 pm

fledonfoot wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:37 pm
Gberg2119 wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:55 pm
So am I going to have to get ramz sooner rather than later? When zill mentioned the tire lineup I was curious and went back to look at old pics. The first one is from one of my last rides from last season and the labels are lined up correctly. The second pic was from our ride on the 4th and the labels are way out of whack.

When I brought it to guy's a month ago it was only for brake and seatpost issues so I don't think they'd do anything to the tires. I also never changed the tubes on them until this past week when I did the tire change. The tire shouldn't be sliding around on the rim. Is that a rim or a tire problem? I believe the rapid robs are wire beaded. Not sure if that makes a difference.

:dafuq:

9/16/17
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7/4/18
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You don’t have a problem.

Besides... The pictures are taken of opposite sides of the bike and the space between the words “rapid rob” is in a slightly different location and throws off the perception of the “middle”.

RAPID ROB
BOR DIPAR

Unless you want me to tell you to buy new wheels, then absolutely this is a huge problem and needs addressing. The perception of tire/rim slippage has stressed the hubs, in turn causing excess stress on the fork dropouts which compromises the headset cups. Given they are now 1/600,000th of an inch out of tolerance that means the frame is shot in addition to your fork. The cassette has seen excess stress on the rear hub and has stretch the chain and slightly rounded off a jockey wheel on the rear derailleur.

At this point, the only thing to do is buy a Cannondale Bad Habit.
:bravo:

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Thu Jul 12, 2018 9:58 pm

:lolgasm: :caspian:

Buy some XT hub / tubeless ram wheels or those X9/Mavic combos I posted earlier. Should be like $150 for the set, well made wheels, and only like 300 grams heavier than a $600 set.

I really like my Mavic tubeless hookless aluminum rims. The X9 hubs are unremarkable but haven't let me down yet :iono:

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Thu Jul 12, 2018 10:05 pm

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:lolgasm: :caspian:

Buy some XT hub / tubeless ram wheels or those X9/Mavic combos I posted earlier. Should be like $150 for the set, well made wheels, and only like 300 grams heavier than a $600 set.

I really like my Mavic tubeless hookless aluminum rims. The X9 hubs are unremarkable but haven't let me down yet :iono:
But what should I do?!?!?!?!
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Thu Jul 12, 2018 10:17 pm

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Thu Jul 12, 2018 10:05 pm
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:lolgasm: :caspian:

Buy some XT hub / tubeless ram wheels or those X9/Mavic combos I posted earlier. Should be like $150 for the set, well made wheels, and only like 300 grams heavier than a $600 set.

I really like my Mavic tubeless hookless aluminum rims. The X9 hubs are unremarkable but haven't let me down yet :iono:
But what should I do?!?!?!?!
Get a killer dill from a friend; then go to a closer LBS and get the same dill.

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But what should I do?!?!?!?!
Get a killer dill from a friend; then go to a closer LBS and get the same dill.
I'll promise to send beer too and then just not do it.
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Get a killer dill from a friend; then go to a closer LBS and get the same dill.
I'll promise to send beer too and then just not do it.
Then disappear forever. :sad:

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Thu Jul 12, 2018 11:30 pm

Y’all think $850 is a fair price or nah?

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Thu Jul 12, 2018 11:54 pm

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Y’all think $850 is a fair price or nah?
I think so, and if i wasn’t just about to fly to Wales and then come home and buy a hot pink Demo 8, I’d be seriously thinking about it.

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Fri Jul 13, 2018 9:29 am

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Thu Jul 12, 2018 10:37 pm
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Get a killer dill from a friend; then go to a closer LBS and get the same dill.
I'll promise to send beer too and then just not do it.
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Fri Jul 13, 2018 9:39 pm

What are ya'll thinking time wise tomorrow?

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What are ya'll thinking time wise tomorrow?
We’ll be at six mile at 2pm. Canal lot.

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What are ya'll thinking time wise tomorrow?
We’ll be at six mile at 2pm. Canal lot.
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We’ll be at six mile at 2pm. Canal lot.
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fledonfoot wrote:
Fri Jul 13, 2018 9:58 pm
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What are ya'll thinking time wise tomorrow?
We’ll be at six mile at 2pm. Canal lot.
I don't know what size you are but dude if you want a road bike....

https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/bik ... 67938.html

If this were a 58cm I'd buy it.

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Sat Jul 14, 2018 3:17 pm

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We’ll be at six mile at 2pm. Canal lot.
I don't know what size you are but dude if you want a road bike....

https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/bik ... 67938.html

If this were a 58cm I'd buy it.
He's about the same size as me, a 56/57 would probably be the right size.
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Anyone riding tomorrow?

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Sat Jul 14, 2018 10:26 pm

I should probably stop riding other peoples bikes, makes me want to :plac: even more. Fled's AM was so much fun, that bike begs to be tossed around.

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Sat Jul 14, 2018 10:41 pm

Apex wrote:I should probably stop riding other peoples bikes, makes me want to :plac: even more. Fled's AM was so much fun, that bike begs to be tossed around.
I rode it around in the lot and the trail head. It was so comfy.

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Apex wrote:I should probably stop riding other peoples bikes, makes me want to :plac: even more. Fled's AM was so much fun, that bike begs to be tossed around.
I rode it around in the lot and the trail head. It was so comfy.

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