Retail Bikeman.com has it listed for $103.99 and Universal Cycles for $115. Universal shows 4 in stock.
--- In Geared_hub_bikes@yahoogroups.com, Mark Stonich <mark@...> wrote:
> QBP does carry them but they are out of stock with the ETA for more
> being 1/26/2010. They are discontinuing the 130mm version as the
> 120s come with a 130mm kit which I assume is a couple of spacers.
> QBP says they come with 3/32" cogs and Nexus cogs fit. However the
> latest Sturmey 1/8 cogs are MUCH nicer.
> At 8/23/2009 08:49 PM +0000, Rich Wood wrote:
> >I just looked it over at my LBS who got one in. As they do most of
> >their ordering from QBP I presume that is who they obtained it from.
> >It is a high flange hub and their sample is matte black finished.
> >Per the 2010 SRAM tech manual it weighs 480 grams. The manual also
> >indicates that it is available in 120mm and 130mm widths as well as
> >both black and silver finishes.
> >Switching between fixed and freewheel operation is done via a screw
> >head in one end of the axle. The axle nuts are cap nuts with a hole
> >in the dome so the operation changing screw is accessable with the
> >wheel installed. It takes a narrow flat blade screwdriver. Switching
> >appears like it would be faster than unbolting and reversing a dual
> >sided hub wheel to do a fixed/freewheel switch.
> >Sprockets look to be standard IGH sprockets. The one that came on
> >the hub is flat and at a glance appeared to be for 1/8" chain. It
> >looks like almost any standard SA, SRAM or Shimano IGH sprocket
> >could be used. Chainline is listed as 42.5mm with a dished procket
> >and 46mm with a flat one.
> >I forgot to ask the retail price.
> >Rich Wood
> Mark Stonich;
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