Added 13 photos to Roval-Control-SL-29-Wheelset
Apr 27, 2017 at 12:47Apr 27, 2017
Apr 27, 2017 at 12:40Apr 27, 2017
This is the super lightweight and stiff carbon Roval Control SL 29 wheelset that I used in 2012 as my race wheel set and only raced on them for 3 races. They rode wonderfully I just didn't get that many opportunities to race them and they have been collecting dust so they need to get out of here since I am no longer a racer. They originally retailed for $1700 and they are practically new since I only raced and used them for 3 races. I took pictures of all the little paint scratches I could find and you can see they are in excellent quality. They weigh 1420 grams, have a 21mm internal width and the carbon used in them is very stiff and makes the bike hold a line better than aluminum wheels. They come set up with a 12X142+ thru-axle rear spacing and currently have the QR end caps on the front wheel but they have DT Swiss hubs so you just need the correct end caps to convert it over to a 15mm or 20mm thru-axle on the front wheel. These wheels work super well set up tubeless and need new tubeless tape but will come with tubeless valves. The rear wheel currently has a 3 race old 10speed Shimano XT cassette and Formula rotors(160mm) on the wheels and they will not come with the wheels but can be included for an extra $30. These wheels need to be ridden and I can't do that so pick up these fast carbon wheels and they will improve your ride! Buyer pays shipping and PayPal will be used if we cannot meet in person.
Added 9 photos to Zipp-303-FireCrest-Wheels
Apr 25, 2017 at 21:25Apr 25, 2017
Apr 25, 2017 at 21:19Apr 25, 2017
I have been holding on to these tubular wheels too long since I stopped racing road bikes summer of 2016. I used these wheels mostly in the spring time and they have less than 700 miles on them and have never been crashed. I only use them for racing and when I would take the wheels off I would always store them in the super nice Zipp wheel bag. I made sure to always use Zipp carbon brake pads since that is what they MUST be run with. These wheels come with the updated 77/177 hubs and they roll forever and ready to handle many, many more miles of racing. The 303 Firecrest wheels are definitely the best mix of weight and aero benefits for carbon rims. The Firecrest profile is one of the best in the game and I never had a problem with the crosswinds and making the bike feel unstable. The braking is unreal good with the Zipp carbon brake pads. The bike will come equipped with Specialized Espoir tubular tires and Tufo tape (extra 3 rolls). These tires have a super smooth 220tpi casing in the 25mm width. I could run 80 psi on these tires to get the best traction I have ever had and not have to worry about hitting the rims on big bumps. The tires have a little wear but can still be used for quite a bit longer.
Added 16 photos to Stems
Feb 7, 2017 at 17:02Feb 7, 2017
Feb 7, 2017 at 16:59Feb 7, 2017
This is a lightly used 60mm, and 6-degree rise Specialized Mountain stem. It fits 31.8mm handlebar interface. I only used this for a short time since I ended up needing a longer stem on my bike. This stem has a clean and neutral black look to it.
Feb 7, 2017 at 16:44Feb 7, 2017
This is a 2015 Specialized Epic Elite Carbon World Cup that was rarely used but upgraded to make it a much faster when racing XC. The World Cup geometry makes the Epic even more maneuverable and quicker for cross country mountain bike racing and even good for tougher gravel events. I rode this bike mostly just for races since I did most of my training on my road bike. As you can see the bike has very few scratches or marks and was always kept perfect adjustment. The bike was recently serviced and has only been ridden about 5 times since the derailleur cable and housing were replaced. I upgraded the brakes from Magura MT7 to Shimano SLX brakes to make sure and have brakes that actually worked and had great power with awesome modulation. The SLX brakes have the best modulation of any of the Shimano brakes and you are really able to control descents and not be sliding on the trails. The wheels were upgraded from the stock aluminum Roval wheels to the Roval Control 29 Carbon/Roval Control SL 29 XC wheels with the hookless internal profile that give the rims super strength while maintaining the stiffness and low weight of carbon wheels. The bike also come with the SWAT multi-tool in the frame and SRAM quick link in the top cap to make sure to have you covered when s*%^ hits the fan. Frame: 2015 Specialized Elite Carbon World Cup 29 Shock: Fox Brain Fork: Rockshox SID w/ Brain Technology Drivetrain: SRAM X1, 1X11 10-42T Cassette with front Chain ring(34T), and brand new chain - Will come with an extra barely used 32T chainring Front Wheel: Roval Control 29 Carbon Rear Wheel: Roval Control SL 29 Tires: Specialized Fast Track
Added 4 photos to Power-meter
Feb 7, 2017 at 16:24Feb 7, 2017
Feb 7, 2017 at 16:09Feb 7, 2017
This is a Quarq ELSA RS power meter with the 110 BCD 4-bolt Shimano pattern for the Dura-Ace 9000, Ultegra 6800, and 105 5800 group sets. The Quarq ELSA RS crankset uses a BB30 spindle with 175mm crank arm length. I only used this crankset from February 2016-June 2016 for a little bit of racing but I am no longer racing and do not need a power meter. It comes with 105 5800 chainrings installed. The cranks have never been crashed and never been ridden out in any down pour rides.
Added 1 photo to Seatpost
Jan 30, 2017 at 20:29Jan 30, 2017
Photo by mbjz
Video: Lahnvalley Crew - Daily Ride
24 Dec 2012