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    Cool 2000 Gary Fisher Genesis Sugar 3+ DISC 20 Speed $1600 OBO

    Gary Fisher Genesis Sugar 3+ Disc 20 speed

    Like new tire tread and Shimano SPD pedals

    Bike is fully loaded and is 100% ready for a serious buyer - comes with Scott universal helmet (Black color) Click image for larger version. 

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    You are kidding right?

    This bike is a 2001 GF Sugar 3 (not plus, not disc). It is 16 years old. Blue book value is max $275 if it is in like new condition.

    This is a forum full of bike nerds. This bike did not even cost $1600 NEW in 2001.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunyata View Post
    You are kidding right?

    This bike is a 2001 GF Sugar 3 (not plus, not disc). It is 16 years old. Blue book value is max $275 if it is in like new condition.

    This is a forum full of bike nerds. This bike did not even cost $1600 NEW in 2001.
    I have it on good authority that the rear reflector was a joint project with Cateye and is comprised of a single red Burmese ruby, and the flat pedal attachments are made of carbon nanotubes.

    Totes worth the asking price. Practically a steal if I'm being honest.

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    And check out that saddle! --- Comfort Zone! How many times have you been out mountain biking and though "wow, this trail is a little uncomfortable". Well, obviously that isn't going to happen with this setup.

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    Yeah I'm not a complete bike expert, but based off research this bike is primo. I'm not trying to provide an unfair price for the bike, I'm just listing the price which was given to me by owners of bike shops in the D.C. Area.

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    I lol'd.

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    They lied to you.

    For reference, a few years back I sold my 2009 full-suspension Diamondback Sortie (Fox shock, SRAM X9/X10 drivetrain, Marzocchi Marathon fork) for $650.

    $250 is probably asking too much for a 17-year-old (!) rim-brake MTB with low-end components. Yes, way too much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hozn View Post
    They lied to you.

    For reference, a few years back I sold my 2009 full-suspension Diamondback Sortie (Fox shock, SRAM X9/X10 drivetrain, Marzocchi Marathon fork) for $650.

    $250 is probably asking too much for a 17-year-old (!) rim-brake MTB with low-end components. Yes, way too much.
    Meh figures, thanks for the advice!

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    to OP:

    This is your friend.

    Also, be aware that the DC/MD/VA area tends to incorrectly inflate used prices by about 30% imho.

    So, yes, that bike is probably worth about $250-$400 to a motivated buyer (given DC/MD/VA artificially inflated market).

    I'd start at $250 and be prepared to move downward, if I were selling it.
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    I'm curious about the sweet 20 speed drive train. How is that achieved with a triple front?

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