Sorry to say, but $1,800 is way more than someone should pay. I sold my 1999 5200 a month ago and got $800 for it. Yes, mine was well ridden, but in very good condition. The 99's still had a quill stem (which the original Icon stem needs to be replaced under recall by the way). $1,000 would be top dollar for a 99. $1,800 will get someone a newer 5900 or perhaps a 5.9 Madone with a lighter frame and Dura-Ace. Your 5200 is a very nice bike, but likely will not bring the dollars you want. You certainly would need to find someone that just has to have that model. Best of luck.new roady said:Thanks for the great info! I'm asking $1800 for it! That's what several of the mechanics at the bike shop said to start at. It is a 1999, size 56, and it has been stored out of the elements for the last 9 years b/c owner died in car accident. Spent $400 plus at bike barn to juice it up. My roomate road it the other day and loves it. A little out of his range though.