the following post on the Chapel Hill Cycling Googlegroup is a little sad because it seems to mark the departure of a member of the once-mighty Franklin Street team. but more than that, it's confusing. who is this guy? is the Franklin Street team dead? did he get kicked off? did he transfer to whatever the trendy new team is where he gets so much new clothing that he never needs to wear Franklin Street stuff ever again? and, most perplexingly, what random local cyclist would want to buy a used Franklin Street kit?
[Chapel Hill Cycling] For Sale: Franklin St Racing Jersey, skinsuit & accessories
show details5:23 PM (14 hours ago)
From the 2005/2006 racing year:
1. Medium Full zip short sleeved jersey. New. Never worn, still in bag. $35
2. Short sleeve skinsuit. Very good condition. Used little. Minor wear in saddle area and a few marks from race number pins. $40
3. Gloves. Medium/large. Like new condition. $15
4. Aero lycra booties. Like new. $15
5. Knee warmers. Very good condition. $15
6. Arm warmers. Very good condition. $15
All are Team FSC issue. Would make fine team-issue training or TT gear.
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