Rocky Mountain Flea Market

Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by neduro, Mar 14, 2007.

  1. Lomax

    Lomax Nanu-Nanu Adventurer

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    DIBS, but I don't know when i can get to Little Town.

    If you want to drop it by i can cash you or if you want to ship i can send a check or pay-foul or what ever you want.

    I need a good pack, If it will fit me :lol3

    Marc
  2. Olas

    Olas the darkness

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    I don't really want to deal with shipping, and I don't know when I'll be heading your way. So let me know when you want to come get it if you're still interested.
  3. cmacfar

    cmacfar Adventurer

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    If Lomax is unable to grab the Klim bag, I'll take it off your hands.
  4. Lomax

    Lomax Nanu-Nanu Adventurer

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    Go ahead and give it to cmacfar :deal as I can't say when I can get that way. Thanks anyway Olas. :D

    Marc
  5. KilLeR Kawasaki

    KilLeR Kawasaki Marky A

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    I do have this on CL. Just want to post it up here for the inmates.

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    Honda's great touring machine. Low center of gravity with it's powerful V4 engine and shaft drive. These bikes are legendary for their reliability and durability.

    Here is a link to the Honda page for the 1300:

    http://powersports.honda.com/2012/st1300.aspx

    This bike comes with many extras:

    • Tire Pressure Monitor
    • Heated grips
    • Nice Trunk with brake lights
    • Flashing Brake Lights
    • Headlight Protector
    • Powerlet
    • Auxiliary Lights
    • Sport and Touring Windscreens
    This baby is ready to ride. Within the last year I have replaced the coolant and final drive gear oil. Oil has only 1k miles on it. Valves were adjusted at 16k miles.

    Notice that Honda's new ST is stickered at over $18K. Essentially the same bike as this. Get a great performance bike that is comfortable enough to eat up the highway miles. Here's what Honda says about it:

    "Sport-touring bikes have to do double-duty, and do it well. The Honda ST1300 is proof that if you start out with the world's ultimate touring bike and the world's best sportbikes, you can create something magical. One part long-distance hauler, one part canyon-carving ace, the ST1300 combines Gold Wing-inspired luxury with CBR-derived performance. Its wind-tunnel-honed bodywork and hard saddlebags perfectly complement a powerful V-4 engine, shaft drive, a race-bred chassis, and ABS. The result? A bike that's equally at home swallowing up miles of blacktop as it is dicing through the twistiest of alpine passes. And all without ever breaking a sweat."
  6. Olas

    Olas the darkness

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    Sold
  7. toddler

    toddler Unpronouncible

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    The suit was a custom build for me back in the day. I miss the ability to wear shorts underneath during the summer when I went to a two piece setup.


    Alfredo, hit the gym and build up that chest area or take a scissors to it:rofl

    GLWS.
  8. Olas

    Olas the darkness

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    :lol3, I was hoping the 12 oz. curls I've been doing lately would help, but no dice.
  9. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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    Olas: I have a black two piece aerostitch roadcrafter that may fit you better.
    I bought it when I weighed 175. It has all the pads and kneepuck slider velcro.

    PM me if interested. :freaky

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  10. Mac

    Mac Long timer

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    Giant Loop Great Basin - $250 (new was $399)

    I can bring it to the RMAR Rendezvous next week, if desired.

    Two years old, but gathers dust on my shelf. It has been seam sealed twice, so shouldn't leak at all. I just used this bag once or twice, but have moved to Wolfman bags, so I don't need it. It just doesn't fit how I like to pack, but it's in virtually new condition, no tears or scuffs, and I've never been crashed with it. All straps and inner bags are in original condition and included.

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  11. GTC

    GTC Been here awhile

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    SOLD

    1978 BMW R100/7 Asking $2,650 on craigslist how about $2,500 OBO for ADV riders. 54,500 miles, clear title The bike runs and rides great. Aftermarket parts include Progressive shocks in the rear, Progressive springs in the front, Mikuni carburetors, EZ Berg Contour seat, Krauser saddlebags, and rear rack. Full service just completed with oil changed, transmission fluid changed, and valves adjusted. Tires have more than eighty percent of their life left. The front fender has been repaired and needs paint, there are other paint defects but nothing that affects the ride. The side covers (not in the pictures) are included. Please call 970-318-0079 if you have any questions or would like to look at the bike.

    Pictures can be seen here: http://cosprings.craigslist.org/mcy/3909487431.html
  12. big_sur

    big_sur Tarded

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    How do the sliders actually work? I've always debated sending mine in to add that but then I wonder how they would actually work since the legs aren't all that tight (and of course if I should really be dragging knee in something other than full leathers).
  13. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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    When I used to have a garage full of crotch rockets they worked well enough.

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    The idea for me wasn't to "grind the knee puck into the pavement" (which would move the stitch pants around) but more of a distance gauge. Coming fast into a corner I would get off the inside of the bike with the knee out, feel the puck touch and be able to gauge where I was at while lifting my slider back off the pavement (or lightly skimming it). I don't know if I ever touched a knee on the pavement in Texas.. but it was a regular part of riding when we would run up to Arkansas :ricky

    I never found a situation on the road where I'd be pushing on the puck like I did on the track (usually with both tires sliding trying to keep the bike from falling over cuz I had it all wrong and was heading for the pickies :rofl)

    thanks for the excuse to post old racing photos: :norton :D
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  14. cptmoney

    cptmoney Two wheels, only one seat

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    Nice clean trailer, with ramp (although no pics of the ramp - my bad). Can negotiate regarding the hitch lock (I've used it on many a trailer!).

    New lights/wiring, swing-away tongue jack, spare tire, and suspension (albeit a springy one!). Wide trays measure about 72" long, 4" wide at the front chock. Perfect for dirt bikes/small-med street bikes. Used it to bring a bike home, and it worked like a champ.

    Clean title in hand. $400 for inmates. I'm in Paonia, but can possible meet you somewhere in between. Take a look at the pics and shoot me a PM if you have questions.

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  15. vasculopath

    vasculopath You're not your bike

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    pm sent on trailer
  16. Cainer

    Cainer Been here awhile

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    Hey all. I'm looking for a 'starter' truck camper in the $1500-$2500 range if anyone know of one for sale. Been keeping my eyes on CL of course, but the good ones go pretty fast! Looking for one that's 8' long. Pop-up style is ideal, but I could be swayed by the right hard top. :) Thanks!
  17. cptmoney

    cptmoney Two wheels, only one seat

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    PM coming with an interesting find....
  18. GS Dave

    GS Dave Chicken Farmer

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    I have an older pop up one that need the cavnas replaced I would be willing to sell... but I am down by Santa Fe...
  19. Cainer

    Cainer Been here awhile

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    Should have specified I'm up in Longmont and hoping to find something local (maybe 2-3 hours of drive would be okay for the right camper though) ...preferably one that doesn't need any work (this is a wife requirement...she doesn't want to get something "we" have to fix up haha).
  20. terry.mc

    terry.mc Stop ruining my vacation

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