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    Well, since I gave up unicycling last summer I've done a lot of fun
    things. I rode a trials bike for a while, played around with computers,
    built a funfly type R/C plane, joined a choir, took some voice lessons,
    did some musical comedy on stage, got a concealed weapons permit, took
    up motorcyles, and bought a Pug.


    And now it's almost time to move-- yep leaving the town of Moscow on
    for bigger and better (we hope) things. But job hunting hasn't been all
    that productive yet. We have started packing, though, and I've got some
    relics from my unicycling months that I'd like to get rid of. Anybody
    need a stock Coker axle (okay, you've got to be pretty hard up to want
    one of those). How about a used set of Black widow cranks? (Might even
    have pedals on them) How about a bruised and battered Profile crankset?
    How about some 2.6" cotterless cranks (look kinda ugly with a big weld
    through the middle, but where else can you get 2.6" cranks!) I've got
    Roach gear too, which I haven't decided yet whether to ditch or not, but
    if you need them more than I do they can probably be had. Okay, a trip
    to the shed also revealed a somewhat dented 26" HED. rim, 26x3 Gazz
    (fairly well used), some Avenir riding gloves, some modified Triple 8
    wrist guards, and *lots* of bicycle tools. Cone wrenches, anybody?
    And last, but not least, a jointjigger.com tubing notcher for your
    custom framers out there.


    So if you need some used stuff for cheap, let me know what you want and
    we'll work a deal.


    Keep the shiny side up,

    Chris
    www.uidaho.edu/~reed8990
    www.reeder.unicyclist.com


    ps. I've also got my trials bike selling on Ebay, if anybody's
    thinking of trialsin' with a training wheel.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=1836821529


  • #2
    Re: It's all gotta go-- spare parts, etc.

    I interested in the used black widows, and/or the profiles.... which I
    desperately need!

    -Dylan

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    • #3
      Re: It's all gotta go-- spare parts, etc.

      Sorry, that should say "I am interested"
      I was just so excited when I saw used profiles!


      -Dylan

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      • #4
        I'm sorry, I missed something. When did you quit unicycling and why? I'm just at a point in my life where I'm trying to substitute something for basketball and I think unicycling is it.
        -Greg Harper

        Nipples...do you ever have enough?

        Change is good. Bills are better.

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        • #5
          Wait...so Chris Reeder as in the creator of the Reeder handle is giving up unicycling??? This is news... I echo Harper--why? Will your unique handle still be for sale and will you keep your valuable and helpful website up? Let us know.
          <<Ryan Langton>>

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          • #6
            If you could compose a nice list of items, I'm sure all of us would be interested in having a "piece."
            I could use some armour, and some extra cranks.
            If I had a signature, would you forge it?

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            • #7
              Re: It's all gotta go-- spare parts, etc.

              onlyonewheel wrote:

              > Wait...so Chris Reeder as in the creator of the Reeder handle is giving
              > up unicycling??? This is news... I echo Harper--why? Will your unique
              > handle still be for sale and will you keep your valuable and helpful
              > website up? Let us know.




              It's amazing how many new faces (email addresses) have shown up in a
              year. Let me clarify-- I've already been gone from unicycling a year,
              and haven't touched my website in almost that long. I go through
              sports/hobbies like water. When one cup runs out for me, I get another
              one. Some people have bottomless cups of water, and they can sip or
              guzzle the same sport for a lifetime. But when I take one up I go at it
              hard, and finally burn a hole in the bottom of my cup. I get bored,
              lose interest, feel like I've accomplished almost everything I wanted
              to, and the new skills don't come so fast anymore. At that point I'm
              primed to take on something new, but I never know what will be next. So
              then when something fresh, new, and exciting comes along I can get
              hooked overnight. My wife can attest to all this, since getting hooked
              invariably means BUYING something, or a lot of somethings.


              > "Learn your lesson, NEVER ride on loose or creaking cranks." -- Roger
              > Davies



              Well, unless it's a Profile :-0

              When somebody makes a disc brake MUni with ISIS cranks, sweet modular
              saddle, and a 22x4.0 tire, swing by my house, okay?

              Chris


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              • #8
                Chris --

                I'm interested in at least some of the tools, including possibly the jig. Please contact me at davstock06351 at yahoo dot com.

                U-Turn
                Weep in the dojo... laugh on the battlefield.
                -- Dave Stockton

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