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This is a discussion on Carbon Fiber Road Bike within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; its a full carbon fiber frame, fork, and handlebars. weighs around 17 lbs. i am willing to ship but would ...

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    Carbon Fiber Road Bike

    its a full carbon fiber frame, fork, and handlebars. weighs around 17 lbs.
    i am willing to ship but would really prefer local pickup.
    i custom built it myself around 3 months ago for 2200$. i just really need to sell it asap, so im willing to lose money on it, but preferrably not too much. heres a link to it.
    http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/bik/1884348297.html

    PLEASE?!?!?!?!?!?!

    i just got in a wreck in my subie, lady pulled out infront of me and i couldnt avoid her. potentially totalled. both airbags went off. i need to sell this so i can get another WRX. please help!

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    That's a nice bike! I wish I had the dough to take it off your hands! BTW sorry about your trashed subie, the folks around here in GA drive stupid bad! I have had so many people cut out in front of me! Do you do any mountain biking, I noticed on your craigs list page that you're out of Kennesaw, I live around there and wouldn't mind a biking bud who also in into subies to hit Blanket's Creek sometime!
    Last edited by absubie; 08-30-2010 at 05:55 AM.

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    thanks man, it really is a great bike.
    yea, i just sold my gt 3.o full suspension. i was planning on building a carbon fiber hardtail mtn bike, but now my money needs to go elsewhere. so for now, im bikeless.
    i am really out of shape, so id only be able to do easy to lower intermediate courses, but once i get a bike back, i'd love to go!

    know anyone that'd be interested in the road bike?

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    Bump for a gorgeous bike!

    Carbon frames are the way to go...I have a Trek 5200 Carbon and it weighs about 19lbs. So easy to do 40+ on it a ride.

    Good luck with getting everything situated on the car!
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    True dat on the carbon fiber! My Trek Y11 is full suspension and is only like 28 lbs! Great for goin' up bumpy trail hills. And dlowe, I will keep my ears open but I don't know too many folks that ride (and that have a few grand laying around). I go to KSU and know bike shop manager, I'll ask him...

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    wrx is officially totalled. hopefully gonna get about 8800 for it from her insurance. thats almost 4500 MORE than what i paid for it. im thinkin i may get a baja, ive found a nice one locally.
    im really eager to get rid of this bike tho, anyone?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowe View Post
    wrx is officially totalled. hopefully gonna get about 8800 for it from her insurance. thats almost 4500 MORE than what i paid for it. im thinkin i may get a baja, ive found a nice one locally.
    im really eager to get rid of this bike tho, anyone?!
    Nice man, that's what happened to my 300ZX. Used the money as a down payment on my subie . My mom has a baja - make sure you get the turbo - the NA is killer slow, but still not bad.

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