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DHallerman
10-24-2017, 12:15 PM
Super-light Mark DiNucci designed steel frame with Easton carbon fork.
A fine ride, nice parts, great extra bike.
Only 170 miles on the odometer since its most recent build.

For now, though, what do I love best about this bike?
The Allez Pro's touched-up frame and excellent but not absolute-top-end parts make it super-useful for a bunch of things you might not do with a better bike.

Specialized Allez Pro (1993) = now $500
The price does not include shipping from the Hudson Valley, but it does include bike-shop professional packaging.

Detailed geometry and parts info below the photo. Please see the NOTES below, too.

For more photos of this Specialized Allez Pro, look here... (https://photos.app.goo.gl/NsdWjBGlZBymgLYb2)

Dave, who wonders if most cyclists would be happy having a UJB like this one and he certainly is with one of the bikes he's not selling

http://www.inplaceredesign.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/specialized_allezpro_rside_02.jpg

GEOMETRY
Seat tube (c-c) = 56.0 cm
Top tube = 57.0 cm
Head tube = 150 mm
Chainstay = 41.0 cm
Standover height = 81.8 cm
Head tube angle = 73.0°
Seat tube angle = 73.0°

PARTS
Fork = Easton EC-30, 1-inch threaded
Headset = Velo Orange silver
Stem = Nitto Dynamic II, 110/90°
Handlebars = Dimension Anatomic, silver
Bottom Bracket = IRD QB-75, 107mm
Cranks = Sugino Swiss Cross, 170mm
Chainrings = Sugino, silver, 48/34
Pedals = Shimano 959 SPD
Cassette = Shimano Deore XT (760), 9-speed, 11x34
Front Derailleur = Shimano 105 (5500)
Rear Derailleur = Shimano Deore XT (750)
Shifters = Campagnolo Veloce, 9-speed, alloy
Brakes = Shimano 105 (5600)
Saddle = n/a
Seatpost = Suntour XC Pro, 27.2mm
Wheels = Mavic 571/Mavic Open Pro
Tires = Continental Gatorskin, 700x25

NOTES
Two things to note about this Specialized Allez Pro:
Note #1: The saddle is NOT included. Accessories pictured are also NOT included: frame pump, cyclocomputer, water bottle cages, saddle bag, light mounts.
Note #2: The bike combines Campy Ergo shifters with a Shimano mountain rear cassette and a compact crankset.
The Campy-Shimano merger is powered by a Shiftmate, a device I've found wonderfully reliable across many bikes, with indexing as smooth as with a typical group.

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This bike is one of several I'm selling.
You can see more at this thread: "I have 24 bicycles (http://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=212359)"

dgoodwin
10-24-2017, 12:19 PM
Nice bike! GLWS.

DHallerman
10-28-2017, 08:12 AM
Bump for a good value...

geeter
10-28-2017, 09:04 AM
Awesome deal.

Dave, I want to know how many B17s you own!

DHallerman
11-05-2017, 12:13 PM
Price drop bump.

DHallerman
11-05-2017, 12:16 PM
Awesome deal.

Dave, I want to know how many B17s you own!

Ah yes, the saddle that's made my butt happy for over 20 years.
Function before form. (Although the B.17's form, aka style, pleases my eye too.)

How many?
How many bikes do I have? (http://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=212359)

Smiles,

Dave, who is selling a new Brooks B.17 (http://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=211332) in a lovely shade of dark green