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when you let your ibis do the job
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Got this cool older steel road rig. Bought from a friend who hardly rode it, but it's a bit too small for me so hoping someone a bit shorter (5'10-6ft) will benefit from it. 56cm frame, currently has a Thompson setback seat post on it to lengthen the TT length a bit. Made by Paul Taylor, who is quite infamous haha, although the frames he did make are very nice. Enve 2.0 road fork. nice and stiff to balance the forgiving steel frame. Full Campagnolo Record, with every possible carbon part (derailleur cage, cranks, brake levers) 2x10sp. Campagnolo clincher wheelset. Rear brake track has a little blip in it, hence the low price. not really an issue when riding but worth mentioning. 26c/24c S-works gripton tires, set up tubed. Deda cockpit, Thompson seatpost, fizik gel saddle. Condition is good, hasn't been crashed. Couple paint chips near the rear QR from unscrewing recklessly haha. Honestly i've had this posted elsewhere for a while so i'm just looking to get some fresh eyes on it. It's older but pretty rare, and it rides very smoothly, shifting is more crisp than my brand new sram force. Makes a good "first nice road bike" or spare bike for when your $10k Tarmac is in the shop. I dont really need the cash right away so pretty firm on price. I am open to potential trades; dirt jump bikes, maybe a Gibson firebird/explorer for a black metal project. PM me if you have something interesting... Thanks for looking!
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