Roadie converting to the dirt. Loving the change or pace and vibe.
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I am selling my recently completed custom built Giant TCR Advanced, size medium. It has two rides of 17 and 20 miles respectively since its completion. I am only listing due to fact I have two high bikes and I need to sell one of them. Which ever goes first I am keeping the other. The other is a Cervelo R3 by the way. This was purchased as a complete bike with Shimano R7000 105 on it. I literally stripped it after buying to build with Campagnolo Athena 11spd parts, and campagnolo wheels. Specs are as follows. Frame/Fork/Post - Giant TCR Advanced size medium Bars/Stem - Giant Connect sizes 42 and 110 respectively Saddle - Selle Italia SLR Flow Groupset is complete Campagnolo Athena 11spd Shifters - Athena Carbon 11spd Crankset - Athena 172.5 with 53 by 39 rings Derailed - both Athena 11spd Brakes - Skeleton Athena model Wheels - Campagnolo Zonda Clinchers Tires - Continental Grand Prix 5000 I have not officially weighed it, but the shop said it came in around 16.5lbs built as pictured. Note I have not weighed if myself, but I would estimate they were not far off. I am happy to pack and ship this within the US at the buyer expense via BikeFlights. I am also willing to sell and meet locally. Ask questions, but no low ball offers. The parts, wheels, and saddle are all huge upgrades over the stock model.
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I am selling one of my two bikes. I cannot afford to keep both. One is my brand new Colnago CLX Disc, the other is my Cervelo S2. One is brand new, one is excellent condition. The Cervelo is a 2012, size 54. It has many upgrades over the stock model. I have the specs below. S2 Frame/fork size 54 - no damage, nothing. Looks great, rides better. SRAM Red 10spd Groupset with less then 250 miles of use since the upgrade. Zipp 404 Clincher Wheels, dimpled model from 2013. Bars - 3T Ergosum Carbon Stem - Deda Zero Saddle - pictured SLR is not included, instead I will install a Bontrager Paradigm cutout model Pedals - not included The bike is excellent in both condition and working order. I am keeping one of my bikes, so whichever sells first it the lucky buyer. I will ship in USA continent only via bike flights for $115 if shipping is needed. Local pick up is welcome also. Feel free to email or text on either bike. NO low ball offers, my prices on both are firm. I am also not looking for any trades. Thank you for looking.
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Simply remove your rear wheel and attach your frame to the stable and adjustable base of the Revolution 1.1 Large, weighted flywheel effectively mimics the inertia of a bicycle in motion while generating progressive wind resistance Works with both 130mm (road and 'cross) and 135mm (mountain and 'cross) rear spaced, quick-release bicycle frames Please note cassette is not included; compatible with Shimano SRAM 9-11 speed cassettes, sold separately, and 9-11 speed Campagnolo cassettes, not included Imported. I am willing to meet local buyer part way potentially. Please send me a message with questions. Technical specs Best Use Cycling Resistance Type Flywheel Dimensions 24 x 20 x 18 inches Weight 32 pounds do NOT co
Sep 24, 2020 at 6:55Sep 24, 2020
This is a brand new Colnago CLX Disc 105 R7000 Bike. Note the pictures in the sunlight show the unidirectional carbon that is not painted, just clear coated. That is not a blemish, the bike is brand new. MSRP: $3200.00 This is the full retail price, I paid $2599 plus shipping to get it to me direct from Colnago USA. WEIGHT: 17.3lbs 2020 Colnago CLX Disc 105 R7000 Bike Even once disc brakes became fairly well accepted on road bikes, there were still those who would scoff at the idea of bothering to have disc brakes on a bike focused around being aerodynamic. Luckily some open-minded designers at Colnago didn’t pay attention to the naysayers, which means we can enjoy the Colnago CLX Disc in all its aero glory. What is so nice about the CLX Disc is that it is ostensibly the entry level aero frame for Colnago, but it has just about every neat design flourishes that was introduced on the V1-r, but at a really reasonable price point. It is a total package that finds the perfect balance between stiffness and lightness, all with the added power of disc brakes. If you are considering the CLX because you do want to find a subtle aero frame, but are perplexed by the addition of disc brakes, just remember that there are tradeoffs. It’s not like the rim brakes protruding out from the fork were ever any aero miracle. It’s just that they have been there like that for so long that we hardly consider just how un-aero that design was. Now that we can remove them and place the braking forces lower on the fork, the air disturbance is shifted. But since frame designers now understand this much better, they can take that into account and adjust things like the shape of the fork legs to make sure that air disturbance is kept to a minimum. And since this is a lightweight monocoque carbon frame, you can count on it working equally well climbing hills as it does attacking the flats. The addition of the stopping power offered by the disc brakes will encourage you to let it fly on the descents as well. Powering all your strength into the pedals will inevitably result in some pretty slick personal best times. That’s because Colnago sticks with their ThreadFit82.5 for the bottom bracket, which neatly squares the circle regarding press fit width and rigidity with threaded durability. Colnago uses screw-in alloy cups, which have the advantage of increasing the width of the bottom bracket adding to the overall rigidity of the frame. Considerably more exciting is the fact that Colnago has partnered with Ceramic Speed to create their threaded, wider bottom bracket, with best in-class bearings. Colnago wants this to be a bike that will be fun and fantastic whether you are racing every weekend or looking to take extended solo rides that require endurance and a comfortable bike. So things like the 27.2mm seatpost will add that suggestion of compliance that can make the difference between a comfortable ride and sore ass. The Colnago CLX Disc is the type of bike that will do everything you want it to, and then make you start thinking about doing rides you may never have considered. Lightweight, durable, beautiful, and eve utilitarian with its all-weather braking capacity, this is a bike for long rides and fast races alike. Features: Frame: CLX carbon Fork: Colnago CLX Disc Headset: Colnago Brakes: Shimano BR-8020, 160/140mm Shifters: Shimano R8020 Crank: Shimano R7000 52/36T Front Derailleur: Shimano R7000 Cassette: Shimano R7000 11-28T Rear Derailleur: Shimano R7000 Chain: Shimano HG701 Wheelset: Fulcrum Racing 600 DB Tires: Continental Ultra Sport II 25c Handlebar: Deda Zero1 Stem: Deda Zero 120mm Seatpost: Colnago Allou 27.2 Saddle: Prologo Kappa RS STN This bike is brand new, has not been registered for warranty, and includes all paperwork. I am selling because of financial difficulty after purchase. I only wanted what I have into it. $2599.00. I am willing to sell for 2399.00 and what ever shipping cost is needed. Can ship in US only with insurance for $115 via bikeflights.com.
Aug 4, 2020 at 15:18Aug 4, 2020