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I picked up this medium specialized prevail helmet at the bike show which is unworn outside the house. I bought it to replace my 6 year old Giro Atmos. My criteria was light and well ventilated. The Ionos is heavier that the Atmos and I was looking for something newer that was not heavier than my current one.

The pro-light looks like my first Giro, not like an incremental step forwards, other than weight. I have been brand loyal, but got fed up and bought the prevail which weighs exactly 225 grams on my kitchen scale as advertised.

I don't like the way it looks. Tried it in the house and thought I looked goofy. Get a twitter that Giro has a new helmet in June that weighs the same.

Bought it for 260 tax in from a shop in Bairie because La Bicicletta would not discount it because it was new stock. (299+ tax) They would throw in a tire which I didn't need.


Will sell it for 230 and swallow the tax.

Also in my parts bin have WCS Matrix Carbonalloy 4-Axis O/S Stem 31.8X130

Rode it for half the year until I could get a matching Edge/Enve cockpit. Bought it for 150+ tax, sell it for 80$ or best offer.

Have some Oakley Radar in the Rootbeer (brown transparent) frames with vented brown irridium Pitch lenses and a vented Persimmon Path lens that I will sell for 150$

I also have a Cinelli/3t Neo Carbo handlebars in 42cm size that weigh 225 grams and are quite stiff.

40$ or best offer.


Will send pictures on request.

Here's the oakleys.






Hello all, I have a number of gently used bike parts that I've pretty much decided I'm not going to use.  Have a look, and make me an offer if there's anything you fancy - I'd like to get them out of my basement so no reasonable offer will be refused.


  1. 2009 SL-K crankset (GXP-style BB), 175mm crank length, 53 & 39 chainrings; includes BB
  2. 2009 31.6mm x 300mm Ritchey Carbon Pro seatpost
  3. 2008 42 cm Easton EC90SL handlebar (75mm reach, 130mm drop)
  4. 2008 100mm Easton EA90 stem (+/- 6 degrees)
  5. 2010 Bontrager RXL saddle (146mm width, Hollow Ti rails) - this was actually only used for one ride and is practically new (swapped out because I prefer a narrower saddle).

I'm looking for a longer seatpost for an older MTB I'm lending to a friend to do the P2A in April. If anyone has one they are not using, or even willing to lend for a month or so, let me know.

The size is a little non-standard.  26.8mm and needs to be min 330mm in length.

Also have an unused Thomson X4 stem 90mm, zero degree rise for $60  - or swap for the above


Seatpost sorted. Thomson stem remains available.

NEW! FSA K-Force Carbon seatpost and Stem for Sale

I bought these parts last year after a crash but didn't need to replaced them.

So I have these BRAND NEW componnents to sell.

1. FSA OS-99 CSI Carbon Stem 90mm

Street price $180.00 plus tax.
My price: $150

2. FSA K-Force Lite Seatpost

31.6mm diameter
32mm setback

Street price $225.00 plus tax.
My price: $150

By both for $280




Has anyone got a 700c road wheel & cassette they can part with? I want something I can use while on the trainer (so I don't have to keep swapping tires)

Let me know.


I have a set (front and back) and might be able to find a cassette. They're decent wheels and would make for good winter/training wheels too... let me see if I can find a cassette tonight and I'll give you a price...  

Sweet! let me know what you've got

if Dru does not have a cassette, I have a 9 speed you can have

Hey Alex, I have an 11-23 Dura Ace cassette that would work well. Like I said, they'd be great training wheels, a bit over the top maybe for just the trainer... anyway, $150 for the set with the cassette. The wheels are black Velomax/Easton Circuit wheels.

Got it. I'll send you a message and we can work out details.



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