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bicycle frame material: aluminum
bicycle type: hybrid/comfort
brake type: cantilever
condition: excellent
electric assist: none
frame size: 19" or 48cm
handlebar type: riser
make / manufacturer: FUJI
model name / number: Crosstown 3.0 HYBRID
serial number: 1FC8C05412
suspension: suspension fork (hardtail)
wheel size: 28 in

Man ESTIMATED height 5'8" to 6'1" {Not absolute.}
Lady Height 5'6" and up. {Will vary as all ladies do.}
19" or 48cm frame. (not rims) All original parts. Not modified.
GREENVILLE, SC 29607. Click: "google map" on right in blue to see from out of town how far.
Frame size : Crank center to top of seat frame tube. NOT the rims.
Stand over height: Center horizontal frame tube to ground. 30"
# Seller will know if ad has been read. No read=No sell #
NOT a business or store. For Sale by Owner. ##No checks or online pay services.##
READY TO ROLL! ** Give away price ** Hardly used**
Included options: Nuvo AL Kickstand and Bottle holder-chrome.
Story: Middle age man bought new (not seller) used only few times, left in dry storage and forgot.
~RECONDITIONING DONE~ {Retail value is $100. Sell price includes.}
•Painstakingly degreased and cleaned. No rust.
•Brakes: Adjusted for tight quick stop.
•Gears: Adjusted. 21 Speeds
•All bolts tightened.
• Tires Inflated to 55 pounds. {Near new}
All external moving parts lubricated: derailleur's, chain, brake levers, shifters, pedals, seat post++.
•Scratches- Touched-up with auto paint to preserve and protect. [If you expect no scratches, then buy new bicycle.]
{How much would above service cost @ bicycle shop? Good and Plenty¿}
•Seller will adjust seat correctly for rider height based on approved method.
• Seat will not be adjusted too low. This is Safety.
NO evening show. See sunrise to 4 PM. LEAVE PHONE#, YOUR NAME and BRAND in your message:
>Speak distinctly when leaving message.< No text to landline calls. Is your voice mailbox full?
BEFORE 4 PM: eight 6 four, two 3 four, zero zero two 7. show contact info
"In God we trust, all others pay cash." No phone price negotiations.
No beads, booze, checks, cryptocurrency, Paypal, Pop Money, seashells, Square, Zelle, barter or trades. Cash sale.
Frame Construction TIG-welded
Frame Material Fuji Altair Custom Butted Aluminum
Fork Fuji Comfort Suspension, 30mm travel
Fork Materal Single
Component Group Hybrid Mix
Brakeset ProMax forged linear-pull brakes, ProMax Comfort w/kraton lever insert levers
Shift Levers SunRace TSM-26-R7 Twist Shift
Front Derailleur Shimano C051
Rear Derailleur Suntour SunRace N30
Crankset SR Suntour XCC-T208, 28/38/48 teeth
Pedals Wellgo Hybrid w/kraton no slip inserts comfort
Bottom Bracket Sealed cartridge
BB Shell Width Unspecified
Rear Cogs 7-speed, 14 - 34 teeth with Shimano Mega Range Superlow. 21 speeds.
Front Cogs: 3
Chain KMC UG-51
Seatpost Fuji Suspension shock
Saddle Fuji Comfort Hybrid
Handlebars Fuji Mild Riser Aluminum
Handlebar Stem Fuji Trekking Alloy, adjustable
Headset 1 1/8" Fuji Trekking
Wheel Size 700c wheels
Hubs Fuji sealed alloy
Rims Alex Z-1000, 36-hole
Tires 700 x 35c Kenda K-934 {Near new}
Spoke Brand Stainless steel, 14ga. (2.0mm)
Spoke Nipples Brass
Color: Rootbeer. Made 2008. s/n 1FC8C05412
(Are we having fun yet?)
Will meet @ easy common place in GREENVILLE, SC.
NO SHIPPING, NO delivery to your location.
Sorry this is not Amazon Prime or Grub Hub or Bite Squad or a business.
No meet half way for out of city buyers.
No trade for cars/trucks, mopeds, boars, donkeys, clunkers, mobile homes, toasters, your x girl/boy friend, ATV, MTV, 8 track tapes or big box TV.
True buyers afforded deserved best courtesy and red carpet. (Also have beige carpet.)
Not obligated to sell to or entertain: Analysis Paralysis, Autistic, Big Hat-No Cattle, Bottom Fisher, Can't speak English {take free ESL course}, Chiseler, Critique, Curiosity Seeker, Disability Injury, Dork, Editorial, Expectations Above Ad, Fraud/Spam, Fruitcake, Goofball, Grand Poo Bah Ego, Illiterate, Insufferable, Jackal, Joyrider, Lacky, Lookyloo, Lost in Space, Low-ball, Malcontent, Marketing Survey, Matron, Memory Lane Stroller, Misanthrope, Mystery Shopper, Nerd, No $ to buy, Nobody Talker, NO READ AD, Nothing to do but inquire on ads, Nut Cracker, Perfectionist, Quack, Quintessential Dreamer, Re-seller, Retired Poker, Tire Kicker, Vitriolic, Vulture, Wacko, Weirdo and Window Shopper.
{Go to Mall, Bike Shop or Amazon for that¿. Or go to REI and talk to PJ for enchanting story, hand holding and high new prices.}
HUMOR SECTION~ Remember what they said:
Lee Iacocca: "If you can find a better car, buy it!" and "Lead follow or get out of the way!"
October 15, 1924 to July 2, 2019 Lido Anthony "Lee" Iacocca is an American automobile executive best known for inventing Ford Mustang at Ford Motor Co. in 1960's. Later saved Chrysler Corp. from abyss, as its CEO during 1980's inventing Mini Van, K-Car and Corinthian Leather. More quotes:
* "Management is nothing more than motivating other people."
* "You can have brilliant ideas, but if you can't get them across, your ideas won't get you anywhere."
* "The only rock I know that stays steady, the only institution I know that works is the family."
* "In times of great stress or adversity, it's always best to keep busy, to plow your anger and your energy into something positive."
* "We've got to pause and ask ourselves: How much clean air do we need?" {All can get.}
* "The speed of the boss is the speed of the team."
* "In the end, all business operations can be reduced to three words: people, product, and profits."
* "My father always used to say that when you die, if you've got five real friends, then you've had a great life."
* "We are continually faced by great opportunities brilliantly disguised as insoluble problems."
* "The discipline of writing something down is the first step toward making it happen."
*Packard: "Ask the man that owns one." {Packard made finest USA cars. Went Bust 1959.}
*Richard Butterfield: "The quality of the product is remembered long after the price is forgotten."
*Warren Buffet: "The dirt comes out in the rinse cycle." and "Price is what is paid and value is what you get."
*Peter Paul: "Those that can-do. Those that can't-teach. Those that can't teach- teach the teachers."
*Alfred E. Newman: "What me worry?" {Mad Magazine}
* JFK: "We must deal with the world for what it has become, rather than what we had expected it to be." 11/22/63
* Leslie Faye: "Life is not a dress rehearsal."
* Jonathan Swift ~ "Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others."
* John Bogle: "Information is separate from and building blocks of knowledge. Experience is doing, followed by wisdom learned from outcome." {May 8, 1929 to January 16, 2019} Vanguard founder.
* Mark Twain: "A man who will not read is just as ignorant as one who cannot read." and
" History does not repeat, but it rhymes." {November 30, 1835 to April 21, 1910}
* Terafumi Sasocki: "Every dog has its day."
* Live the life you love and love the life you live. Live and let live.
* You can sit in the waiting room or wait in the sitting room. (Who said that?)
* ALS: "Everything in life is relative to what your used to."{Born 1926}
* Tony Rose: "Show me a rose or leave me alone."
* Yogi Berra: "You can observe a lot by watching." AND
" You've got to be very careful if you don't know where you are going, because you might not get there."
" If you don't know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else."
" I never said most of the things I said."
" The future ain't what it used to be."
" A nickel ain't worth a dime anymore."
" Little League baseball is a very good thing because it keeps the parents off the streets."
" I wish I had an answer to that because I'm tired of answering that question."
" It was impossible to get a conversation going, everybody was talking too much."
" You should always go to other people's funerals; otherwise, they won't come to yours."
" Nobody goes there anymore. It's too crowded."
" There are some people who, if they don't already know, you can't tell 'em."
" You better cut the pizza in 4 pieces because I'm not hungry enough to eat 6."
" It's tough to make predictions, especially about the future."
" I'd find the fellow who lost it, and if he was poor, I'd return it."
" We make too many wrong mistakes."
" When you come to a fork in the road, take it."
" It ain't over till it's over."
Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra (May 12, 1925 -- September 22, 2015)
*Peter Bernstein: "There is no certainty. Rational people do not bet the ranch on a model with an [R-squared] of less than 1.00, that works out only for the most part. And God forbid it works out only for the minor part!
Consequences, not probabilities, determine the decisions that matter."
*"Cash talks and B**L S**T walks." [car salesman said this.]
*Albert Einstein 3/14/1879-4/18/1955: "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow."
"Once you stop learning you start dying."
"Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."
"Imagination is more important than knowledge."
"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough."
* Ruth Bader Ginsburg 3/15/33: "My mother told me to be a lady. And for her, that meant be your own person, be independent. Women will only have true equality when men share with them the responsibility of bringing up the next generation."
Thanks for looking. {Are we having fun yet?}
Individual is selling unneeded household item far below cost. Not a store or business.
Beginning in 1899 Fuji has recorded an impressive number of technological firsts. In 2000, they recorded firsts again with the Fuji Team, the bike the Mercury Cycling Team rode to more US National Cup wins than any other team in the past three seasons. Fuji continues its tradition of innovation and value that is hard to beat.

Just before the turn of the century in 1899, Japan's Nichibei Fuji was born. Since the first Fuji bike was built, Fuji was destined to become a leader in the bicycle industry. When the first bikes rolled off the line, Fuji engineers recognized the need for designs that would perform at a higher level. By the roaring twenties, Fuji was well on its way and was Japan's most popular bike, dominating not just the marketplace, but also winning races in the increasingly popular cycling competitions being held around Japan. Fuji engineers began researching and developing bicycles for world-class racing, not only to win, but also to use the competitive environment as a laboratory for advanced bicycle technology, discovering faster, lighter and more durable designs. In the 30's, Fuji established the first national stage race between Osaka and Tokyo and, naturally sponsored the winning team of this "Tour de Japan." Today, this race remains one of the premier races in all of Asia.

Fuji's racing tradition continued, when in 1951 the first Asian games held in New Delhi and was won by a young Shoichiro Sugihara on a Fuji. During this period, Fuji was so popular throughout Asia that sales of Fuji bicycles were quickly expanded into other Asian markets. In 1964, the Olympics were held in Tokyo and Fuji's chief engineer and world-renowned competitive bike designer Dr. Shoichiro Sugihara coached the Japanese national team. He also designed the bicycles that the team competed on. This is the same Shoichiro Sugihara that won the first international cycling competition on a Fuji. He repeated this role at both the 1968 Olympics in Mexico and the 1972 Olympics in Munich. Fuji's place in bicycle history was assured.

In 1971, Fuji America was established on our shores. Those were days during which recognition for the innovation, efficiency and craftsmanship of Japanese manufacture was reserved to the connoisseur. It was just beginning to become apparent in the field of electronics and the automotive world. Our mission was clear-cut: earn the deserved admiration of what Japan's combination of modern technology and old world ideology could achieve. With one look, one ride, Fuji became one of the most respected brands in the U. S. Among Fuji's breakthroughs in those early years was the utilization of double-butted Chrome Molybdenum frame sets on many popular-priced models.

We were ahead of our time with the first to introduce the now legendary Shimano Dura Ace component group on a production bike. In 1974, 1976 & 1980 Fuji was ranked first in Consumers Reports bicycle test. In 1978, we fielded the first national women's racing team and in 1986, one of the first companies to manufacture frames with the space-age material, titanium. The list of firsts goes on and on, both in world and Olympic competition and innovation.

Fuji America research and development staff constantly pushes the envelope of cycling technology to build the finest bicycles anywhere. An example of their recent achievement is the Team Issue road frame. It weighs in at a scant 2.4lbs. One of the lightest road frames in the world! This is the frame that carried the Mercury professional cycling team to over 70 victories in the '99 season making it the top professional cycling team in the U.S. The Mercury cycling team was also awarded the VeloNews team of the year for the fourth year in a row. Another example is our Diamond series dual suspension. A suspension design that the top German cycling magazine ranked first in a shoot out of all the popular suspension designs available worldwide. Fuji's reputation for state of the art bicycles and outstanding values has assisted its expansion into Europe, a continent rich with cycling history.

From the road to the mountains to the city streets, Fuji bicycles are products of this heritage. Fuji was first to utilize double-butted Chromoly tubing on popular-priced models; the first to introduce 12-speed gearing on production bikes; The first to spec a bike with a Shimano Dura-Ace group. The first to develop a high-quality city bike with oversized tires; the first to develop 24/27-inch wheel combination models for the smaller adult cyclist. Fuji's line remains remarkable with bikes like the 18-pound Fuji Team and the Fuji Triple Diamond mountain bike, the dual suspension bike rated #1 by Germany's top cycling magazine. Or the fun, functional and affordable Fuji Cambridge, one of their leisure bikes. They're all worth looking into. Fuji's record of offering higher-quality components than on comparable competitive models, their bikes will give you more than your money's worth, too.

Today, Fuji brand bicycles are sold world wide and recognized for innovation, quality, performance and value. Throughout their diverse bicycle line you'll find engineering refinements, both subtle and striking. These are the result of young, dynamic design, research and marketing teams who are cyclists themselves. They've grown up riding America's roads and trails. They have searched for precision and reliability from every element of every bike they've ever ridden. They share your desire for outstanding value.
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