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Apr 14, 2018 at 16:41
Apr 14, 2018

Roubaix SL4 Expert (Ultegra)

$1500 CAD
2014 Roubaix SL4 Expert size 58cm I purchased this bike new from the Bike Gallery in August 2014. I've been using it to ride all around Vancouver, and in the odd Spring Series race. Not used in the winter. The wheelset is amazing. Custom built and tuned by Mighty Riders in August 2017: White Industry T11 hubs, HED Belgium Plus rims, Sapim CX Ray Spokes. The build includes Ultegra shifting/braking and FSA carbon cranks. Pedals not included. The bike was crashed once, however the damage was limited to the stock wheels (now replaced) and the brake levers (cosmetic).There is also a small scratch on the down tube from the one time I traveled with the bike. (See pictures) The bike has been regularly serviced by the Bike Gallery, and is in excellent condition. The cassette and chain are brand new. Thanks! Angus specialized roubaix carbon fiber fibre road bike

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kilpatrick AJBarlas's article
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kilpatrick AJBarlas's article
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kilpatrick mikekazimer's article
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