View Full Version : Seven mudhoney frameset or complete bike

01-10-2015, 10:07 AM
I'm looking to take the plunge into disc next season so I'm going to let go of this great bike for no other reason than it's one too many in the stable at this point.

This was new in 2012 and only used for cross and a few road rides, so probably under 1000 miles on it for sure. I also requested fender and rear rack mounts and bottle bosses making it super-adaptable. Race it in the fall and commute on it the rest of the year.

The primary colors are amber ale and robin egg blue in a cool faux-lugged effect.

Complete bike is a bit different from pictured here in that it now has 7800 dura ace levers and rear der. 170 length 7800 crankset with wolf tooth single ring 40t, richard sachs team cole tubular wheels with dugast tires. Can also convert it back to double ring and add front der since I still have it and multiple ring combos.

Full build sheet from seven available on request, but here are the vital stats:
ST c-c 51.5
TT 54.9
HA 72 deg
STA 73.5
BB drop 68
chainstays 43.6
HT length 13
standover 80cm (est)
2 degree slope

Frameset will be $950

01-10-2015, 10:09 AM
That's a sweet rig. In a good size.

Steel, correct? Do you know the tubing type?

01-10-2015, 10:12 AM
Ti or steel?

01-10-2015, 10:35 AM
Sorry, it is steel. From seven's extensive nomenclature 'Mudhoney' is steel, 'mudhoney SL' is where the Ti starts.

Will add some photos today in it's current build

01-10-2015, 05:30 PM
Wish it was disc specific. But, I understand that's why it's up for sale. GLWS.

01-11-2015, 08:23 AM
What is the seat height as pictured?

What size road bike do you ride? Still trying to figure out cross sizing, and this may work.


01-11-2015, 10:12 AM
My saddle height is about 71.5 there, and I normally ride a 53-54 road bike. I think the stand over is about 80cm but I could get an exact measure if that matters to you. Different schools of thought on cross fit, some say slightly smaller than your road bike some say the same. I pretty much keep size the same, but run it with less saddle to bar drop and that works for me.

01-11-2015, 10:36 AM
Here it is in the current form. PA masters cyclocross dirt is free-of-charge.

01-12-2015, 03:43 AM
sailorboy, i like your style

01-12-2015, 07:55 AM
Likewise! thx brotha

01-15-2015, 07:49 PM
as a bonus, if this goes for the asking price I'll include a short sleeve shirt that has the same basic design as this team skinsuit. Size medium capo race cut. Only offered to members of the development squad a few seasons ago.

01-15-2015, 09:43 PM
Bumping this frame back up...long story short, I realized after listing it back in JAN that I was still under the agreement with the seven devo squad that I couldn't sell this frameset until at least 2 years have passed, which now have.

So, the frame is back up for sale. Parts I'm keeping.

Looking for $950 shipped in CONUS.

05-09-2015, 01:03 PM
Bump, cross frame still for sale

11-07-2015, 02:17 PM
Hey yall, it's cross season, and I still have this.

875 shipped for the frameset plus the post and your choice of 100 or 110 stem, spacers and cable hanger.

1400 for the complete bike with cole (team sachs) tubulars and a relatively new set of Dugast griffos on them. Dura ace 10 speed running gear, currently single-ring set up, avid shorty ultimate brakes. I'll even throw in a NIB dura ace chain to keep you running for a while.