I found a 2004 Bianchi Giro (aluminum with carbon seatstays and fork) that only has 200 miles on it! The bike is like brand new! It is the exact same bike as the one I already own...the seller is asking $900. Is this about right?
I do the same thing, but I have two different bikes. One is steel, more for relaxed riding, the other is carbon, more of my speedy beater bike.
But anyways, I'd put this bike around $700 tops. For reference, I picked up a one year old C'dale R5000 (full DA10) for $1200, so given that this bike is 4 years old and 9-speed 105/Ult mix I wouldn't spend more than $700.
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