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FS: 2005 Kona Coiler 19"
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FS: 2005 Kona Coiler 19" 1 year ago #44219

Selling my Kona Coiler 19". I have ridden it the past few years and realize that I am not using it to it's full potential. It is a great freeride and light downhill bike. This bike is not the best XC bike, but it definitely is doable.

Would like to get 600 bucks for it but am open to reasonable offers. Need to clear out some space for a new steed. I currently reside in the Rochester area but travel back and forth to WNY fairly often and will be willing to arrange a trip back to Buffalo for serious inquiries.


buffalo.craigslist.org/bik/3941314522.html

Thanks y'all.


-angelo
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