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May 29, 2017 at 9:09May 29, 2017
May 29, 2017 at 9:07May 29, 2017
Front Loading Cargo Bike. Regular bike handling and regular bike wheel base make this a convenient urban machine for hauling gear, groceries, pets or produce...26" rear wheel, 20" front wheel. Shimano 9 speed drivetrain, Shimano cable actuated disc brakes. Tange Infinity Cromo frame and fork. Small front wheel gets the weight nice and low for decent handling when loaded down. Too big for reasonable shipping, but I'd consider a trade for a fat bike, kayak or an older motorcycle. Excellent bike, we just apparently have too many to choose from in the family fleet and this one doesn't get used enough to justify keeping it around.
Added 5 photos to Salsa
Jul 29, 2016 at 14:40Jul 29, 2016
Nov 19, 2015 at 15:36Nov 19, 2015
Beautiful Carbon Fiber Ibis Hakkalugi Cyclocross bike. Size small (as in 50cm seat tube and 52cm top tube). Been using it exclusively as a cross city commuter, but got a new job close to home so now it sits. The good stuff: Classic Ibis "handjob" brake cable stop.10 spd Dura Ace derailers. Ultegra compact cranks and brake/shifters. Thomson masterpiece set back seat post. Fizik Aliante saddle. Avid shorty 4 brakes. Higher end brand new Giant branded wheelset made and labeled by dt swiss. Tires are Maxxis Raze 32mm folding bead cyclocross tires or Bontrager LT 2 38mm tires. KMC x-10sl chain, almost brand new. Stem is an Uno ultralight 90mm. Spacers are KCNC ultralight. About 30mm of steerer available for adjustment. The not so good: This is a used bike. Since this bike was used primarily as a commuter I've put black reflective tape in spots all over the bike, I will remove before shipping, but will keep in place in the event that the bike doesn't sell. Fork is a generic carbon unit with an aluminum steerer. Eyelets for fender. Also have another fork that I used more frequently (Bontrager carbon touring fork with fender and lowrider eyelets).Handlebar is some generic model from another brand, compact geometry (I think 42 cm wide). Right front shifter has a slightly bent lever from a crash on a previous bike (not this one). It doesn't affect performance and I've used it in this condition for 5 years. Also plenty of scratches on the levers. The grip tape is dirty. The bike has never been raced, but it has seen plenty of gravel and dirt miles. Took everything apart and cleaned and relubed every bearing, cable and thread in the spring, but have used it since then so its accumulated some summer dirt.
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Nov 19, 2015 at 10:29Nov 19, 2015