Our value ranges are based on current market trends for bicycles sold in “stock” condition. Any modifications to the bicycle must be accounted for independently. Secondary retailers offer additional tuning and warranties that can increase the
value of a used bicycle and must be considered when transacting through them.
The bicycle looks new and is in like-new mechanical condition. The frame & fork have no visible or detectable blemishes or damage. All components, parts, and accessories are clean and free of any visible & detectable blemishes or damage. No
service is required on any component, part, or accessory. Tires and grips/handlebar tape are original spec and in pristine condition.
The bicycle looks good, may have minimal cosmetic (only) blemishes on the frame, fork, components, parts and/or accessories. The bicycle may require minimal service adjustments without the need of replacing any parts. The suspension (if
applicable) and braking surfaces are clean with some signs of usage yet free from grooves & pitting. The tires, grips/handlebar tape, and brake pads may show signs of usage yet have a majority of their life remaining.
The frame or fork or components or accessories have cosmetic blemishes. The frame (if metal) may have minor, aesthetic dings. Paint is faded slightly and/or slightly discolored and scratched. Bicycle is free of major mechanical issues but may
require some service, a tune up is recommended. Some parts may require replacing, not to include front or rear shocks, wheels, shifters, front or rear derailleurs, braking systems, crank set or chainrings. Items that may need to be replaced include:
tires, tubes, grips/handlebar tape, brake pads, brake hoods, chain & cassette, brake cables, gear cables, any/all housing, brake fluid and shock oil. Braking surfaces may have minor grooves or discoloration. Suspension and brakes may need to be
The frame or fork or components or accessories have cosmetic blemishes. The frame (if metal) has minor, aesthetic dings. Paint is faded slightly and/or slightly discolored and scratched. The bicycle has some mechanical issues and a tune up is
necessary. An overhaul is recommended. Multiple parts need to be replaced. Suspension and brakes need to be serviced.
Any bicycle which does not minimally meet the conditions outlined under the description of Fair will be considered Poor. In consideration of our customers, trade-in partners, and retail partners, it is our policy to refuse valuation to bicycles in
poor condition. Some specific damage will automatically categorize the bicycle’s condition to Poor such as: A combination of 3 elements or more from the Fair condition. Broken or cracked frame, fork, or wheels.