Like new Men’s entry level road bike. This is a 60 cm Trek AL3. I bought it last fall, then decided to upgrade. I rode it some in December but that’s about all. I don’t think you can easily tell this from new.
Asking $550. I paid about $850 for it.
Jack Walters (email)
My bicycle is getting on in years and have had it to the shop to see about repairs. Alas, it may be that I will be in the market for a “newer” one. If you know of anyone that is selling a road bike. Please let me know. My bike is 52cm, 24 speed Fuji.
Update 2018-04-08: Found one at Woody’s Bicycles, thanks everyone
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In Tennessee, bicycles are considered vehicles, so cyclists are subject to all applicable rules of the road. You should obey traffic signs and signals, communicate upcoming turns and other actions using hand motions (when safe to do so), and equip the front of your bicycles with a white light visible at 500 feet and the rear with a red reflector/lamp visible from 50 feet away. The latter requirement is used to increase your visibility around motorists at night.
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