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Subject: FOR SALE OR TRADE 2011 SPECIALIZED TRANSITION CARBON TRIATHLON BIKE
2011 Specialized Transition Triathlon Bike, Size XL. Like new condition. Seat post has not been cut. I am interested in selling my bike or trading for a 2010 or newer Trek Madone, Specialized Tarmac or equivalent road bike only, size 56-58. I would prefer Chicago-land sell/trade.

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2013-12-09 9:07 AM
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Subject: RE: FOR SALE OR TRADE 2011 SPECIALIZED TRANSITION CARBON TRIATHLON BIKE

Hey... definitely interested in a trade-in of your transition. I have a 2012 Trek Madone (56cm) 4.7 that has an ultegra build. Bike has hardly been used, but does show 3 small nicks on down tube where cleat hit it accidentally. The blemishes can easily be fixed with touch-up paint. I could likely do it for you possibly.

Check out the bike here: http://s1164.photobucket.com/user/triguy44/library/2012%20Madone%2047

Let me know... thanks!

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2013-12-21 10:48 AM
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Not interested but thanks for the offer.
2013-12-22 9:56 AM
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Whats the for sale price?
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