Jun 28, 2017 at 19:2610 hours
I finally bit the bullet and got a bike fit, verifying that the bike is too large for me. I put it together over the last couple of months, it is fully customised for aesthetics, weight and performance. The effective top tube on the bike is 57.5cm but the reach is 60.6cm which is more in line with a 60/61, I would say this bike is well suited to a very flexible 6' up to about 6'4". The frame is a 2007, but all of the components are newer. The cassette and chain have less than 100km (no exaggeration). The pictured SMP saddle is not included. Specs: Frame: XL 2007 Look 585 Team SL, White. Fork: Matching Look, HSC 5 SL Wheels: 3T Mercurio 60 LTD, Tubular, carbon Tires: 22mm continental Rear, 25mm vittoria Corsa G+ front, an extra G+ will be included Handlebar: Pro Stealth Evo one piece full carbon bar, ergo bend, 110mm x 44cm Brakes: White TRP 970SL magnesium Groupset: Campagnolo Chorus 11 speed, 53-11 x 175mm crankset, 11-25 cassette. Seatpost: Enve/Edge single bolt seatpost, 27.2, with clamps for regular or oversize (carbon) rails Chain: KMC X11SL, Titanium Nitride coated Housing: black nokon Pedals: Time RXS carbon/titanium. I've had them for quite a few years and they're nearing the end of their life.
Jun 2, 2017 at 12:12Jun 2, 2017
The frame bag is salsa branded, manufactured my revelate designs, It's dimensions are 13" x 20" x 24" The bag is in great shape with no rips, the zippers work perfectly (it could use a good wash though)
Jun 2, 2017 at 12:02Jun 2, 2017
The fork is in excellent shape with very little use, it will not require a rebuild anywhere in the near future. The steerer is 171mm This is the top end "factory" spec with kashima coating and a 15mm axle. There are zero scratches on the stanchions (not even fine ones). I would guess the fork has no more than 200 kms.
May 31, 2017 at 12:39May 31, 2017
This was previously listed with an Enve wheelset, I've since put on a stan's/dt swiss combo to make the price more palatable for prospective buyers. The fox fork I have in another listing is available and can be packaged for $2000 total Frame: Large Intense Hard Eddie, nude black carbon with embellishments, 142x12 rear dropouts, tapered headtube Fork: Matching intense rigid Drivetrain: Full XX1 with 32 tooth chainring and 10-42 rear cassette Wheelset: DT Swiss 240 Hubs with 36 tooth upgrade, Stans crest front rum, Stan's arch rear rim (both rims debadged) Brakes: Sram X0 with matchmaker clamps for shifter and dropper post (excellent brakes) Handlebar: Easton haven carbon 711mm Seat post: Easton haven carbon Stem: Funn Tron stem 80mm Saddle: Specialized Toupe 143mm Tires: Schwalbe 2.25 Thunder Burt rear and 2.35 Schwalbe Nobby Nic Front No pedals I don't have a scale but this bike is dementedly fast and, the perfect machine for southern Ontario trails. The frame has seen no major crashes, any scuffs or scratches are entirely cosmetic. The bikes requires absolutely no work and is ready to go. I am absolutely happy to show the bike with no pressure to buy. Included extras: Rockshox Reverb dropper post (requires rebuild) extra brake pads rear QR dropouts new chain
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Apr 30, 2017 at 6:29Apr 30, 2017
Apr 28, 2017 at 20:41Apr 28, 2017
I measured centre to centre and if I'm accurate it's closer to 45cm, so great for a larger rider. It's very stiff and relatively light, would make a great gravel/cyclocross/city bar
Apr 28, 2017 at 20:31Apr 28, 2017
As you may know, fulcrum is manufactured by Campagnolo as a brand that can run with Shimano/Sram bikes. This Torq RS model is Chorus quality. It is 172.5mm, 39-53 teeth and designed for 10 speed. The included bottom bracket is standard BSA threaded.
Apr 28, 2017 at 20:23Apr 28, 2017
These went on a 3 week bikepacking trip through the Andes in Peru. It performed absolutely flawlessly, the extra strapping did an excellent job of keeping the front and rear bag secure, no matter how right the single track got. The frame bag is salsa branded, manufactured my revelate designs, It's dimensions are 13" x 20" x 24". The rear is a timbuk2, approximately 13 litre capacity with a negligible hole from rubbing. The front bag a a creation of my own, it's a compression bag that was strapped vertically along the head tube (I can explain the setup more specifically if necessary) Everything worked flawlessly no matter how rough things got. I great inexpensive way to test out bikepacking.
Apr 25, 2017 at 12:24Apr 25, 2017
These are basically brand new, I used them for a week before splurging on a lighter setup