Oh boy. If we were in the market for a mountain bike, this might be pretty high on top of the wish list.

And no, the concept isn’t new.


Trek 8900 Custom Painted Colnago Mapei Road Team Mountain Bike

*This item only ships within the contiguous United States*

Item Condition:

Moderate Cosmetic Wear
Paint Chips, Scuffs, Scratches, And Rub Marks Throughout
Scratches On Crank Arms
Wheels True Within 2.5mm
Brake Shows Normal Wear From Use
Chain Wear Measures Between 25-50%
Sadddle Cover Shows Wear

**All suspension systems require regular maintenance.**
**Used front/rear suspension may need servicing**
**Bike may need general tuneup + adjustment for individual rider preference**

Item Details:

Trek 8900
Custom Painted Colnago Maipei Road Team Graphics
Wheel Size: 26″
Speed: 3 x 8
Size: 18″
Top Tube: 560mm (c-c) / 585mm (Effective)
Seat Tube Length: 18″ (c-t)
Headtube Length: 105mm
Standover: 775mm
Weight: 10.42kg | 23lbs


Fork: Unknown Brand | Made In USA Crown | Englund Total Air Cartridges
Steerer Length: 190mm
Steerer Type: Threadless | 1-1/8″
Shifters: Front Shimano XTR ST-M960 | Rear Shimano XTR ST-M950
Brakes: Shimano XTR V-Brakes
Front/rear derailleur: Shimano XTR M950 / Shimano XTR M951
Crankset: RaceFace Size: 175mm
Chainrings: 22/32/42T
Stem: Bontrager Size: 25.4x110mm | 7 Degree
Handlebars: High Zoot Carbon Size: 590mm
Headset: Chris King 1-1/8″
Saddle: Tomac Titanium Rails
Seatpost: Ritchey WCS 2 Bolt Alloy | 27.2mm x 350mm
Cassette: Shimano XTR CS-M900 Ratio: 12-32T
Wheelset: Mavic CrossMax SUP Ceramic
Tires: Maxxis Advantage 26×2.1



Trek Track with Reynolds 753. Wait, what?!

Surely this must be rarer than rocking horse manure, though sadly, the fork looks bent.


Own a piece of USA cycling history, or just have the coolest fixie on the planet.
This USA team bike belonged to Kelly Kittredge and was raced around 1984-1985. Looks like she placed 38th in the World Championships, but I haven’t found out much else about her.
This bike is 100% ride-able. Beware, there is no freewheel and no brakes, it’s a true track bike.
Here are some specs:
Hand built Trek 170 frame and fork made from Reynolds 753, Brooks saddle, DuraAce cranks, Cinelli stem and bars (65-40 Criterium), SunTour Superbre Pro Hubs, SunTour wheels with flat spokes, Sew-up tires, (hold air, but very old – will need new tires to ride), Campagnolo seat post, Shimano 46 tooth front and 15 rear, Campagnolo pedals and toe clips with Alfredo Binda straps.
There are no dents or bends anywhere but some scratches and corrosion for a bike this old.
Please write if you have any questions.
I ship only to the continental USA and expect shipping to be $100.00 Local Pickup is ok!
Top of top tube to floor – 79cm
Seat tube – 53cm
Top tube length – 53.3cm
Down tube – 62cm
Crank Arms -175mm
Stem 10cm


1984 Trek 660 Road Bike, 57cm

Not normally Trek fans – we’re unabashedly Europhilic as this blog can attest – but this seems nice.


1984 Trek 660 Road Bike, 57cm, Upgraded, Excellent – $550

Here is some real, vintage American muscle — made right here in the U.S. of A and hung with top-notch components. Overall this bike is in excellent condition, and I just thoroughly cleaned, rebuilt and upgraded the entire machine. This bike has a very smooth and solid ride. It purrs along at a decent clip, but it’s ready to jump anytime you put the hammer down. At speed it handles like it’s on rails.


– High quality Reynolds 531 cs lugged steel frame hand brazed in Waterloo, Wisconsin; 57cm (22.5″)

– Full Campagnolo Nuovo Record drive train

– Maillard 700 Professional hubs (these are Campy smooth) laced to Matrix rims (true)

– Modolo brakes with Dia Compe Aero Gran Compe levers

– Upgrades: New Stronglight headset, Cinelli stem/handlebars, Campy fluted seatpost, Campy Record pedals, Avocet Racing II saddle

– New: Panaracer Pasela tires, cables, chain, handlebar tape, MKS toe clips and Christophe leather straps