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Adventures in Bike Picking: A Blog

Teaser: 1992 Yeti A.R.C.

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How often do you see an early production Yeti ARC hardtail that (that's not cracked) with nicely patina'd original paint and all the rad Cook Bros / Ringle / XTR bits?  This one's a 2nd year 1992 model, frame number A346

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The Last & BEST Retro Rockshox Rebuild Parts Lot! Judy-SID-Lyrik-Revelation-Duke-Psylo-Tora-Reba Most NIB/Complete

This is the last bulk listing from my vintage fork parts haul. This is all quite nice stuff that I had put aside to list on my website. I've spent enough time on this suspension stuff and have neglected my core road/mtb parts too long. This is the smallest space-wise of the bulk lots I've [...]

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~1971 Phil Wood 3-Piece Hub Tool Set! Live on EBAY!

This unobtanium tool set is Phil Wood's first tool ever, designed to work with his first version hubs. This is the tool mentioned on Phil Wood's tools category as their first tool. This set was owned by a lifelong bike shop owner. I was told it removes hub axles, pulls bearings, and [...]

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1958 Campagnolo Headset Off to Ebay - Early Campy Strada Headset Identification

We scored this absurdly rare 2nd version Campy headset, and are sending it off to Ebay in about a week.  Take a look at the rounded top nut, center line through the cups, and the unique crown race.  1958 was the only year for the cup center lines. See the chart from Hiroshi Ichikawa below [...]

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HALF OF WEBSITE ON SALE! Now through August 8th

Sale prices will be shown in your cart. 15% off Wheels, Handlebars, Hubs, QR, Stems, front derailleurs, Chainrings, Accessories, Repair Parts, Saddles, Seatposts. Everything under these parent categories. NEW SRAM Guide RSC Disc Brakesets: We have black and silver. MSRP: $410.  Our price: $239.99NEW Crankbrothers Eggbeater 3 Pedals / Cleats: $49.99Free USA shipping over $124.99 (excludes, wheels, [...]

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Definitive Women's Saddle Issues & Genital Pain Guide! Must Read

Are you a human that has a vagina, or a human that sells bicycle saddles to humans with vaginas?  This blog by Lovely Bike is a must-read.  Startling fact: A study by the British Cycling Federation found that 100% of female olympic cyclists experienced genital discomfort while riding!  You are not alone.  Spread this around [...]

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Close to Portland, Oregon? Get 20-40% off Bikes, Frames, Wheels, etc

 Bike Recyclery is having a locals only blowout of our larger items! All complete bikes, frames, wheels, and the #9 Phil Wood spoke machine are all 20% to 30% off the current website price. This ONLY applies if you pick the items up from me in Portland!  You can contact me and ask for a [...]

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Love, Hate, and Reviews!

Have you had an experience with Bike Recyclery that stands out in your mind? Perhaps we sent you a part to complete a build you've been working on for years. Maybe you're a regular customer and we've sent you all sorts of components over the years. Or perhaps you hate our guts (bolts?) [...]

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How to Sell a Used Bicycle without Losing your Mind

Many lovers of the bicycle live by the golden rule of N+1, with “N” being the current number of bikes you currently own. But there comes a time when you must sell a bike or two. The question then becomes “how do I sell my used bike”? It may seem like a simple proposition, but knowing [...]

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Bike Recyclery is Moving To Portland! Important dates and information

The rumors are true, I am moving my vintage bicycle haven to the great city of Portland, Oregon!  The move is for a variety of reasons.  At the top of that list is less snow/winter (worst part of Colorado!), more green trees, more water, more and diverse music, and most of all, a HUGE supply [...]

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