4 saddles, 60mm stem and M324 peddles for sale

MattHB

Proud Daddy
ok, now Ive finally sorted my saddle issues out, its time to shift the ones that I didnt get on with. Plus a few other bits that I dont need.

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Charge Spoon in white - £12 posted SOLD


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Charge spoon in black - £12 posted SOLD


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Charge Knife titanium rails - £35 £30 posted


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Selle Italia SLK Gel Flow. £25 £20 posted. This is the american, non-perforated version which they branded the SLI. It is a bit worn but is perfectly functional and has a defect on the left side as shown in the image below.

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Pro-lite stem 60mm (+/-6deg 31.8mm) boxed - £15 posted SOLD


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Shimano M324 clipless SPD/flat peddles with shimano reflector kit - £25 £20 posted


Payment by paypal gift only please. PM me for further details. Posted via first class recorded within 2 days of payment received.
 

Andrew_Culture

Internet Marketing bod
Can I have one black Charge Spoon please?
 
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MattHB

MattHB

Proud Daddy
I'm curious about the pedals, are they flip over spd jobbies? I'm looking for some pedals for a single speed I'm building, I want to start using spd shoes but I think they would be a pain for the commute.
They're great. They're flats on one side, SPD on the other. I bought them in case I wore normal shoes on my commute, but never do :smile:
 

Valiant

Veteran
Location
London
Hullo, willing to go any less on the stem?
 
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MattHB

MattHB

Proud Daddy
Which way round do the pedals sit when not clipped? I mean if was to put them on the single speed I'm building and was riding the bike without SPD shoes on which way would the pedals sit when I stopped at traffic lights?
I honestly cant remember. But I do remember being able to pedal on both sides just starting off.. so there's no messing about in traffic, get going and then sort which side out after. The SPD side is wide and supportive with normal shoes on. The only reason I bought dedicated SPD's is that I just hardly ever used the flats :smile:
 
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