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Jan 27, 2016 at 19:15Jan 27, 2016
Jan 27, 2016 at 3:25Jan 27, 2016
I'm very reluctantly putting this up for sale. Everything is running perfectly and have just installed a brand new headset. The frame is from 2006 and is the last year that they were made in Italy, the components are all newer and stripped off a lady ridden wilier. Frame: 2006 Bianchi 1885, 59cm (57.5 effective top tube to closer to a standard 58cm, good for 183cm- 188cm approx) Fork: Bianchi Carbon Wheels: Handbuilt with American Classic hubs, Sapim CX Ray aero spokes and Velocity A23 Rims less than 1500 grams Rear Deraileur: Campagnolo Record titanium Crankset: Chorus Carbon 50-34 170mm Cassette: veloce Chain: Record Brakes: Veloce Right shifter: Record Left Shifter: Centaur Seatpost: Ritchey Stem: FSA Handlebar: Compact 42cm FSA saddle and pedals are not included and the bars will need to be wrapped. Please email me for more pictures
Jan 27, 2016 at 3:15Jan 27, 2016
Hey, I didn't intend to sell this but unfortunately I'm forced to. The bike is absolutely dialled and read y to fly Specifications: Frame: Large full carbon frame Allebike Fork: DT Swiss XRC 100mm travel with remote lockout Carbon Brakes: XTR m985 race, literally freshly bled Crankset: XTR M985 175mm 40 tooth Right shifter: XTR M985 10 speed Rear Deraileur: XT Shadow plus Cassette: XT Handlebar: Travativ Noir Carbon Seatpost: Allebike Carbon Saddle: Fizik Tundra 2 Wheels: Miche XM 40.4 front and shimano mt 55 rear The cassette, chain and deraileur have a total of three rides on them. The bike is ready to roll, \'m only selling because I\'m forced to. I\'m Canadan , hence the english. The bike is located in östermalm Thanks
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Jan 12, 2016 at 16:01Jan 12, 2016
Jan 8, 2016 at 4:39Jan 8, 2016
I just serviced it and the lockout works perfectly, There is some wear on the right stanchion but it doesn't effect performance and when I opened the unit up, it was in excellent shape. It's an excellent fork and weighs less than 1300 grams, I don't have a ruler on hand but I can definitely measure the steerer if necessary.
Dec 21, 2015 at 14:04Dec 21, 2015
Hej, These were on a female ridden road bike, I removed the original bartape when I parted out the bike and it had no scuffs so I can say with a fair but of surety that these were never dropped. These are listed at 400mm wide but the seem a little narrower at the hoods. In any case, these are excellent for a small rider.
Dec 21, 2015 at 13:57Dec 21, 2015
Hej, I'm a Canadian living in Stockholm, hence the English, I just purchased a used bike and these came as part of the deal. I did a though inspection of them and everything is in good shape, bearings, freehub etc. The rotors and skewers are included as is one race king tire (50% life left). If you offer full asking price ill include the second tire which is a basically brand new S-works tubeless ready.
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May 23, 2015 at 14:18May 23, 2015
Bike Check: Nino Schurter's Scott Spark - Nove Mesto World Cup XC
I follow road bike tech as well and it would be foolish to think that road bikes aren't pushing the limits of what the materials can handle. Trek and Merida (and many others) are releasing bikes in the sub 10.5 lb range. the latest trend in road bikes is to make all components as aerodynamic as possible, which involves some pretty substantial R & D. Low bars are better for climbing but they also put the rider in a more aero position which over 1.5 hours, will shave lots of time.
Apr 26, 2015 at 13:24Apr 26, 2015
Hi, This is a very lightly used 1X groupset. Included is: XTR Shadow plus long cage rear Dreailleur XTR Rear Shifter XT Crankset Raceface 36T Narrow wide Chainring XT 11-36 Cassette KMC X10SL Chain The Chain, Cassette, Derailleur and shifter have approximately 15 rides on them. The crankset mileage is unknown but it's in perfect functional shape, the Chainring has little about 45 minutes of riding on it. The 36T chainring is ideal for a 26" bike, I rode it in the don and it was perfect with my cannondale scalpel.
Apr 26, 2015 at 13:11Apr 26, 2015
Hey, This being a 36T Chainring, it is ideal for a 26" bike. I had it on my Titus Racer X and wouldn't have wanted to have any smaller of a gearing for the Don Valley. I built up a bike when I was staying in the USA, the rear wheel crumpled on its first ride and I broke down the bike after that. In saying that, this ring has approximately 45 minutes of riding on it. Please see my other listings for an XT crankset, Formula RX Brakeset