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  1. #1
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    2016 Santa Cruz Bronson 27.5 Custom Build $3200

    Hey,
    I have this custom built 2016 Bronson CC1.

    This is a fully loaded custom-built 2016 Bronson CC1 27.5. Sz Large. Envy carbon wheels and handlebars, Shimano XTR brakes, XX1 shifters, cranks and rear derailer, Rock Shock Pike front fork, Cane Creek Double Barrell Air Rear Shock.

    Asking $3,200. Is that reasonable? Let me know your thoughts.

    The bike was around $9k to build back in 2016.

    Thanks for any feedback.

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    wow. $3200 for a seven year old bike 2 generations in the past. Is that really what the market is these days?

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    Quote Originally Posted by californiagrown View Post
    wow. $3200 for a seven year old bike 2 generations in the past. Is that really what the market is these days?
    I looked on pink bike and that seemed to be the price.

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    This is the toughest category. Very well spec-ed bike, 2 generations old.

    It'd almost be worth more to many as a build kit
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    Quote Originally Posted by grskier View Post
    This is the toughest category. Very well spec-ed bike, 2 generations old.

    It'd almost be worth more to many as a build kit
    What should I price it at?

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    Blue book thinks that's a reasonable cost.

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    I’ve got a similar V2 Bronson and would shoot for $3k ish if I decided to sell it


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    Thanks for the feedback. Maybe I wlll do the pros closet.

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    I’ve sold my last three bikes by just locking them up downtown with for sale signs. Easy pezee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredhead View Post
    I’ve sold my last three bikes by just locking them up downtown with for sale signs. Easy pezee.
    By "sold," do you mean they got stolen and you made insurance claims and got paid that way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chupacabra View Post
    By "sold," do you mean they got stolen and you made insurance claims and got paid that way?
    I was wondering the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by rudy View Post
    I was wondering the same
    Dude lives in Aspen. I’m pretty sure that’s how he actually found buyers for them. There are lots of things about that town that are just the way they should be.

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    Are people really buying broken bikes? This one has “breaks “


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    Quote Originally Posted by detrusor View Post
    Are people really buying broken bikes? This one has “breaks “


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    In Aspen they are

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinipenem View Post
    In Aspen they are

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    OP should also not wash it prior to sale, so somebody can ride it to the bar and look like they shredded dirt all day while leaving their $1000 leather shoes pristine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon3 View Post
    OP should also not wash it prior to sale, so somebody can ride it to the bar and look like they shredded dirt all day while leaving their $1000 leather shoes pristine.
    It is washed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skideeppow View Post
    Hey,
    I have this custom built 2016 Bronson CC1.

    This is a fully loaded custom-built 2016 Bronson CC1 27.5. Sz Large. Envy carbon wheels and handlebars, Shimano XTR brakes, XX1 shifters, cranks and rear derailer, Rock Shock Pike front fork, Cane Creek Double Barrell Air Rear Shock.

    Asking $3,200. Is that reasonable? Let me know your thoughts.

    The bike was around $9k to build back in 2016.

    Thanks for any feedback.
    If you sell to pros closet, be prepared to be offered approximately 400$ for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CantDog View Post
    If you sell to pros closet, be prepared to be offered approximately 400$ for that.
    Or $2700. But your the expert.

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    we’ve sold to the pro’s closet twice now and both times they gave us way more than what we were trying to sell the items for so I’d give it a whirl if I were the OP
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    Quote Originally Posted by babybear View Post
    we’ve sold to the pro’s closet twice now and both times they gave us way more than what we were trying to sell the items for so I’d give it a whirl if I were the OP
    I did, packing it up today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skideeppow View Post
    I did, packing it up today.
    Do we get to know the #?

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    pretty sure it was $2,700.
    I've got a 2015 (V1 I think?) that I bought from theproscloset 2 years ago for $2,300. Shipping was also $100 but the box it came in was probably worth that. Just had some carbon rims delivered today for it, again from theproscloset.
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