I love and recommend the maps but in my case at least, the addendum (and ACA's follow up) were severely lacking at times.
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It makes me think it's stolen. Obviously there is something major about it the person advertising it doesn't know about tandems, and I'm not sure I want to point it out and help them sell a stolen bike. And one particular misspelling there makes me think they are totally unfamiliar with the bike world.
OK...a few things are gone, but I've pulled some parts from the original build and am offering the following bundle for $850, shipped to the lower 48:
purchased new in 2009 (May), 50cm, professionally blasted & powder coated by Streetwerkz (Columbus, Ohio)
Whirly triple crankset.
So you could argue that I'm not unloading this stuff at rock-bottom prices, but I am selling gear that's in very good-to-excellent condition at a fair price.
$850 for everything. And, shipping is included in the price (for shipping to the lower 48).
For the record, I may be biased, I live in CO - but I moved here after my first 5-week tour here, I liked it so much.Please do not take my almost 30 year-old perception of Kremmling as a slam against Colorado. I would love to move to Colorado (or Idaho, western Montana, or western Wyoming) but my better/best half prefers here. I did live in Vail for a ski season in my younger days and that was very nice. If I get near Kremmling, I will go through it and at least give it a shot again. After all, if it was REALLY bad, we would hear more about it.