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chamois
12-08-10, 02:07 PM
so the bug has bitten hard, i'm loving the track and my tax return is here. grabbed myself a bargain on the proviso that i could shift my current track bike.

For sale: KHS Flite 100 (Track/Fixed)
Year: 2009
Size: 57cm - fits me at 6'0" very nicely, could suit someone slightly smaller or larger.
Condition: Perfect. <200km, a decent chunk of them on the track and a few rides to work. Bike is virtually wear and scratch free.
Price and price conditions: $600, buyer pays postage
Pictures:
http://www.bikesmoveus.com.au/attachment.php?attachmentid=1086&stc=1&d=1281856109

http://www.bikesmoveus.com.au/attachment.php?attachmentid=1087&stc=1&d=1281856121

http://www.bikesmoveus.com.au/attachment.php?attachmentid=1088&stc=1&d=1281856132

Contact Details: PM here
Location: Warrimoo, NSW
Delivery & Conditions of Delivery Come and get her or buyer pays postage

Full spec on the KHS website (will update when i'm not at work)

Also Includes:
2x rear wheels: 1x fixed/fixed, 1x free/messed up fixed (yeah, i messed up the lock ring on the original wheel).
front brake
2x chainrings: factory 44t (3/32") and a blackspire 50t (1/8") both of which are as new.
2x chains: 1x short 3/32" to suit 44t by 15-19t commuter combos. 1x long 1/8" to suit 50tx 13-16t track combos. again, as new.
a 16t cog + an 18t freewheel

Doesn't include:
pedals

This bike would make an awesome entry level track bike (as it has been for me), street fixie or ss commuter

These bad boys retailed at $700 new, this thing has had virtually no use in 12 months and i'm also including a few hundred $$$ worth of other stuff (ring, cog, chain, wheel) on top of that so it's a real bargain imho.

also, i want to move this thing sooner rather than later, so if you're interested just hit me with an offer.

Thanks guys, happy shopping

deez
12-08-10, 02:28 PM
Keen to see pics please, thanks. Would you separate the bike from the additional parts or it all goes together?

Lorday
12-08-10, 02:33 PM
And if that's too big for you, pm me for a 2010 flite 100 in a 53.

broady
12-08-10, 04:38 PM
Must... resist... buying...another ... bike... from... you...

chamois
12-08-10, 04:49 PM
Keen to see pics please, thanks. Would you separate the bike from the additional parts or it all goes together?

at the risk of sounding ambiguous, i guess it would depend what you wanted and what you wanted to pay for it - the 130bcd rings aren't a great deal of use to me now so i'd like to see them go, but just about everything else i could probably re-use. send me a PM to discuss?


Must... resist... buying...another ... bike... from... you...

just do it.

chamois
15-08-10, 05:12 PM
pics added. god damn white bikes, cheap cameras and afternoon sun...

hellotreacle
15-08-10, 07:24 PM
pics added. god damn white bikes, cheap cameras and afternoon sun...
No need for excuses. The bike looks great. If the frame was the same size as Lorday's and I had a spare $600 then...

Lorday if you're watching, I'll swap yours for the Olympic.

Alexander
24-08-10, 02:21 PM
props to chamois, he's a good buyer/seller. You must tell me how the tk3 goes.

chamois
24-08-10, 02:42 PM
props to chamois, he's a good buyer/seller. You must tell me how the tk3 goes.

http://www.bikesmoveus.com.au/showthread.php?t=3244&page=5

^^^ watch the video on that page to see her in all her glory. that was its first race on the track and we haven't looked back.

the tk3's an awesome bike to look at, even next to all the BTs and other ridiculous hardware out at the velodrome it still invites a second look and everyone who comes round to my place and sees the bike room (read: lounge room) is impressed by it above all the others...

thanks for the kudos re buying :) i should actually do your ebay feedback one day.

Alexander
25-08-10, 09:54 AM
http://www.bikesmoveus.com.au/showthread.php?t=3244&page=5

^^^ watch the video on that page to see her in all her glory. that was its first race on the track and we haven't looked back.

the tk3's an awesome bike to look at, even next to all the BTs and other ridiculous hardware out at the velodrome it still invites a second look and everyone who comes round to my place and sees the bike room (read: lounge room) is impressed by it above all the others...

thanks for the kudos re buying :) i should actually do your ebay feedback one day.

yeah the feedback would be nice, I was wondering if you felt I'd sold you a dud or something. Looks like it's improved your performance some, so give me some props!

chamois
25-08-10, 11:19 AM
I was wondering if you felt I'd sold you a dud or something.

oh, i see what you did there... yeah, no worries, will be at a real computer tonight and will do it then.

Alexander
26-08-10, 09:15 AM
clever eh? I thought you'd like that.

chamois
13-10-10, 10:24 AM
no longer for sale, i think i'm going to keep it :D