Colavita-Baci U19 Tour de l'Abitibi Team Donations


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The Colavita-Baci U19 Racing Team based out of New Jersey has been invited to one of the most prestigious junior stage races in the world, The Tour de l'Abitibi. The Tour, located in Quebec, Canada is also known as the junior Tour de France. The race is from July 19-25 and is 7 stages making it the longest junior stage race in the world. Multiple nations will be represented including Belgium, France, United States, Kazakhstan, Canada, New Zealand, and more.

Our roster consists of 6 very strong kids: Max Kaplan (NJ), Sean Lynch (FL), Ryan Burns (FL), Jacob Gorke (NY), Benjamin Salibra (NY), and Wei Chen (NY). The team will be directed by Bill Brunner. These 6 riders have been training extremely hard in preparation for the event.

Unfortunately the event is a bit expensive and we can't afford to pay the whole entry fee. On behalf of the Colavita-Baci U19 Racing Team, we are kindly asking you to make a donation to help these young juniors attend this great event. No donation is too small. We cannot do this without your help. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Bill Brunner at [email protected]. We thank you in advance for your kind donations!

To see what the Tour de l'Abitibi is all about, watch the trailer of the movie Dreams On Wheels at Dreams On Wheels

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I have for sale a brand new pair of Speedplay Frog Titanium Pedals that are brand new in the box.

Speedplay Frog Ti MTB Pedal
FLOAT: 20 degrees "free-float"
MATERIAL: Composite body/Titanium spindle
WEIGHT: 204g
Speedplay Frog Ti MTB Pedal

Not just a great off-road pedal system, Speedplay Frog bicycle pedals are ideal for road riders who prefer a recessed, walkable cleat. Like their amphibious namesake, Frog pedals are equally at home in dry or muddy terrain. Their unique cleats are virtually immune to clogging with mud or dirt, because debris is pushed out whenever you engage the pedal. This simple mechanism also puts an end to those infuriating falls caused by gunked-up pedals that won't release. You get out when you want to, and never when you don't. So whether you ride a mountain bike, road bike, tandem or 'cross bike, the Speedplay Frog can do it all.

* Conceived with the goal of bringing mountain bike pedal performance on par with that of road pedals, the Frog is the most versatile pedal you can buy
* Saves weight because it has a single retention mechanism in the cleat, instead of two redundant mechanisms located in the pedal like most off-road systems
* Minimalist design does away with confusing adjustments, because engagement security doesn't depend on spring tension
* G3 Frog cleat is stronger, more durable, easier to mount and compatible with 2-hole SPD-style road shoes
* Quickly and easily sheds mud, because debris is pushed out when the cleat engages with the pedal
* Tough resin composite body is highly resistant to impact damage
* Lightning-fast release puts an end to falls caused by pedals that won't disengage
* Phenomenally lightweight design
* Knee-friendly, non-centering free float
* Titanium spindle won't rust
* Precision needle and cartridge bearings
* Built-in grease port for easy bearing lubrication

$205.00 Cash + Shipping if applicable
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I came across your ad and I'll like to know the
following questions regarding the ad.
Q#1. How long have you owned it?
Q#2. a) Have you owned it from new? b) If not how
many previous owner?
Q#3. Why are you selling it?
Q#4. In your opinion, what sort of condition is it?
Q#5. Any available photo?
Q#6. How much are you asking for it?
Q#7. Do you accept a Cashier Check as a mode of payment.

I'll like to have the response to these question in
your earliest conveniency. Hope to hear from you
Are these pedal still for sale?
Is it because there are two left pedals and none right?
The picture that show the clean new pedals is clearly showing two L.
Are cleats also included?
How much for shipping to Spain?
Have a nice day

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