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Pay It Forward 2017!

Old 10-15-19, 12:24 PM
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This is a great thread and I support the concept. However, I have read several posts which indicated they were donating bike parts or accessories to The Salvation Army or Goodwill. While I support these worthwhile charities, there are several bike shops here in my (the Washington, D.C.) area that operate as after-school programs for at-risk youth. They are non-profit, 501.C.3. organizations, and teach kids mechanical and customer service skills, as well as how to operate a small business like a local bike shop. The shops do mechanical work overseen by a professional mechanic. They also build bikes and either sell them to contribute to the operating costs of the shop, and/or donate bikes to the working poor to enable them to commute to and hold down a job more easily. The kids can also earn a bike that they otherwise could not afford once they have volunteered enough hours. There are three of these types of shops here in the area where I live. So I gotta believe there are many more out there in other areas. So if you are considering donating bike parts and/or accessories to a charity, I strongly suggest you look into this kind of charitable organization. They are good places to buy bikes as well. (N+1 Forever!)
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Old 10-19-19, 02:25 PM
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I didn't see a 2019 version either!

Garmin Edge 500, mounts, and three speed/cadence sensors.

But before you get all excited, it's old and temperamental. Very fussy about what USB cable it will talk to and occasionally doesn't save a ride.

Will split off the sensors as no one needs more than one really.

Location UK. You pay for postage.

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[QUOTE=BounceCT;19425549]I meant to post this last week, just got busy with work and enjoying my upgraded bike.

So I've got some old well used 9 speed Shimano Tiagra parts now that I've converted to 11 speed (Finally!)
1. Tiagra Front Derailleur (FD-4500, double, 34.9 clamp)
2. Tiagra Rear Derailleur (RD-4500, sliver)
3. 9 speed Tiagra shifters, (double; work ok, but left one is scraped from fall i took last summer)[/QUOT
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Old 02-17-20, 04:08 PM
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Pay it forward,

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I meant to post this last week, just got busy with work and enjoying my upgraded bike.

So I've got some old well used 9 speed Shimano Tiagra parts now that I've converted to 11 speed (Finally!)
1. Tiagra Front Derailleur (FD-4500, double, 34.9 clamp)
2. Tiagra Rear Derailleur (RD-4500, sliver)
3. 9 speed Tiagra shifters, (double; work ok, but left one is scraped from fall i took last summer)
Interested in both derailleurs if still available, pls email me with shipping cost
Thanks in advance
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Old 02-17-20, 04:08 PM
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Pay it forward,

Originally Posted by BounceCT View Post
I meant to post this last week, just got busy with work and enjoying my upgraded bike.

So I've got some old well used 9 speed Shimano Tiagra parts now that I've converted to 11 speed (Finally!)
1. Tiagra Front Derailleur (FD-4500, double, 34.9 clamp)
2. Tiagra Rear Derailleur (RD-4500, sliver)
3. 9 speed Tiagra shifters, (double; work ok, but left one is scraped from fall i took last summer)
Interested in both derailleurs if still available, pls email me with shipping cost
Thanks in advance
Leonel
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Old 02-17-20, 04:53 PM
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Really? From 3 years ago ? Doubt it.
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Old 02-17-20, 05:42 PM
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Old 02-18-20, 05:25 AM
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Sorry Leonelv those 9sp parts are all gone...
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Are we still doing this? If not here, is there a new thread? If so, I have some Simplex plastic fantastic shifter bits free for postage. I believe they came off a low end Turin I snagged a long while ago as a donor for a PX-10. It doesn't look entirely complete, but perhaps there are some small bits you can use on your Simplex-powered velo de course.

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Free99 Dura Ace Bottom bracket sleeves.

One per member to spread the cheer. BOTH SLEEVES CLAIMED AND SHIPPED

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