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bthomas515
05-03-2019, 04:44 PM
Looks like my previous "all-road" whip bit the dust. Looking for a full gravel bike, as I don't think I will have time to source everything.

Trying to keep it budget friendly, but a variety of road stuff I could swap if you're looking for anything. Pretty open. Really prefer the southeast.

60(ish)cm frame
Needs to clear ~40cm tires

Pretty open outside of that. Rim/Disc, hydro, mechanical, ti, aluminum, etc...

Clean39T
05-03-2019, 05:05 PM
Looks like my previous "all-road" whip bit the dust. Looking for a full gravel bike, as I don't think I will have time to source everything.

Trying to keep it budget friendly, but a variety of road stuff I could swap if you're looking for anything. Pretty open. Really prefer the southeast.

60(ish)cm frame
Needs to clear ~40cm tires

Pretty open outside of that. Rim/Disc, hydro, mechanical, ti, aluminum, etc...

https://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=236715

Could sell you the BMC I just built and did only a handful of rides on - successfully I might add.. Available complete or partially so (happy to keep the wheelset).. It's nominally a 62cm, but I think we ride the same size and it'd fit you nicely. Fantastic bike - it was just a placeholder while waiting for my Lobster to get done - and I now don't have any gravel events before the Lobster is scheduled to land. I was going to use the group off of it on the Lobster - could order some other bits though if you want it complete. These are the best cantilevers I've ever used. Bike is shown with 42c tires - room for plenty more.

bthomas515
05-04-2019, 04:11 PM
https://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=236715

Could sell you the BMC I just built and did only a handful of rides on - successfully I might add.. Available complete or partially so (happy to keep the wheelset).. It's nominally a 62cm, but I think we ride the same size and it'd fit you nicely. Fantastic bike - it was just a placeholder while waiting for my Lobster to get done - and I now don't have any gravel events before the Lobster is scheduled to land. I was going to use the group off of it on the Lobster - could order some other bits though if you want it complete. These are the best cantilevers I've ever used. Bike is shown with 42c tires - room for plenty more.


Oh I’ll look into it! You have a price in mind?

Clean39T
05-04-2019, 05:27 PM
Oh I’ll look into it! You have a price in mind?Just depends on how you want it built. I'm keeping the wheels, but everything else is fair game.

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osbk67
05-04-2019, 07:29 PM
Another vote for BMC. I have a BMC Road which gets used for road and gravel in similar measures and feels completely reliable and extremely durable. The Road "only" accepts up to c. 33mm tyres but there are other BMC options which look equally good value and equally well thought through.

Liberace
05-04-2019, 08:01 PM
https://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=221828

Seven Expat S interest you?

bthomas515
05-05-2019, 04:19 PM
https://forums.thepaceline.net/showthread.php?t=221828

Seven Expat S interest you?

Looking for something more gravel race oriented than a touring set up. Thanks

Andy sti
05-05-2019, 11:50 PM
What's your saddle height, center BB to top of saddle?

What stack and reach are you looking for?

bthomas515
05-24-2019, 02:13 PM
:bike:

bthomas515
05-24-2019, 02:14 PM
What's your saddle height, center BB to top of saddle?

What stack and reach are you looking for?

Is it for the spooky?

Clean39T
05-24-2019, 03:02 PM
Still got my BMC MC - but understand if you want something more aggressive...

wallymann
05-24-2019, 04:05 PM
...it wont be a full bike.

it'll be frame/fork + headset + calipers + seat-pin.

81.0cm saddle-height as pictured. lots of room for tyres and geo is racey-allroad. virtual TT is 57.5, but combined with a 74 STA means the equiv ETT is 58.5 for a 73 STA.

pricing will be *very* economical! PM if you want more deets.

http://majortaylorcycling.org/bikes/walter_chinaman_allroad-ac024.jpg

tctyres
05-24-2019, 05:49 PM
:bike:

I keep meaning to list this. It's budget friendly.

2008 Lemond Poprad
61 cm frame size (I measured it as 59cm c-t-c on the seat tube and top tube)
10s/6700 shifters/5700 hubs/Ultegra RD/105 FD,
I have 40ish Schwalbe CX tires on it now.
Avid cantis.
Wheels by Peter White, Velocity Dyad 36h
I think there's a black Prologo saddle on there now.
Bontrager stem, Ritchey bars, Ritchey seatpost.
Carbon fork
True temper frame (a dent in the dt near the bottle boss. from a hike-a-bike section ... not my greatest day on the bike. I rolled it out as best I could)

I'm travelling over the weekend and early next week, but I can get more photos if interested.

https://forums.thepaceline.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=1697967154&stc=1&d=1537542001

elliott
05-24-2019, 06:56 PM
I've got this 58cm macho man. Probably has 50 miles on it total. They run a little big. ~80cm saddle height as pictured. 38mm riddlers with room to spare. I'd like to keep a some things (wheels/bar/stem/seatpost/headset) but I would sell just the frame/fork or with the 5800 group. PM if interested.

https://i.imgur.com/ZulXAry.jpg

Hank Scorpio
05-24-2019, 08:09 PM
The pros closet has a 2016 Boone with di2 that I have been trying to avoid buying. In a 58 though.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/2016-Trek-Boone-9-Disc-Cyclocross-Bike-58cm-Large-Carbon-Shimano-Ui2-ENVE/382969400975?hash=item592ac14e8f:g:jD8AAOSw4CRc5zD V

Andy sti
05-24-2019, 11:59 PM
Is it for the spooky?

Yes and also have a Ti Foundry Flyover I'd be interested in selling.

https://i.imgur.com/8GuqPoX.jpg?1