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Clean39T 08-09-2022 08:26 PM

Beautiful steel Alliance Allroad/Gravel on Facebook OSM and at an insanely good price ($4000 complete): https://www.facebook.com/commerce/li...5761992665052/

https://scontent.fhio2-1.fna.fbcdn.n...8g&oe=62F86CA1

Alliance Steel Allroad 59ST/57TT

I contacted Erik in 2016 about building me an all-road, commuting, do it all kinda bike. Well, what I got was an incredible machine, but I find myself in a situation of always picking my ‘fast’ gravel bike; I have shifted my focus more towards racing. I have likely less that 500 miles on the complete build, and it just pains me to see it being hung up rather than ridden. It’s time to move on. I have included a number of details about the frame and build. It will come as-seen, plus a set of fenders and minus the saddle (sorry, but it’s a preference thing?)

It is equipped with a full dynamo setup, including headlight, taillight and internal routing. T47 BB with full White Industries BB and G-30 crank – some serious quality stuff. The wheel build consists of Velocity Blunt rims, DT 2.0 spokes, Supernova dynamo and a ‘silent’ Onyx rear hub. Ultegra drivetrain, XT brakes, FSA finishing kit, and Easton carbon bars round out the build. No expense was spared during the build. I really went all out, only to find its purpose isn’t what I desire.

I’d really love to see this thing go locally. Please let me know if you have any specific questions, want additional pictures.

Colors (painted by Dark Matter here in Colorado Springs)
Main Color: Pantone 14-0445 TPX Bright Chartreuse
Logo: Pantone 14-4530 TN Bluefish

Frame Details

Frame stiffness tuned for a "modern classic" ride (springy, but good torsional stiffness)
Frame clearance for 2x11 drivetrain with 34/44 White Industries gravel crank
44mm headtube with inset headset for 1 1/8" steer
Steel Unicrown fork with QR dropouts (403mm a-c x 47mm offset)
Threaded T47 68mm bottom bracket
27.2mm x 0 offset seatpost with 30mm seatpost clamp
Paragon Rocker Dropouts with Fender eyelets
135mm x 10mm or 142mm x 12mm rear spacing (with insert swap)
Light wires routed internally in fork and toptube
Derailleurs and Rear brake under downtube with zip tie saddles
4 Bottle Mounts 2 on top of downtube, 1 under downtube and 1 seat tube
S Bend chainstays and seatstays for clearance
BB height optimized for 175mm cranks with 40mm or larger tires
Clearance for 45mm tires front and rear
Front and Rear I.S. mount disc tabs

Build Kit
Shimano Ultegra – Hydro Shifters, GRX/Ultegra Derailleurs, Cassette
White Industries M30 Crankset- VBC Chainrings 44-34- 147.5 Chainline, 175mm Crankarms
XT Brakes
FSA SLK Carbon seatpost
FSA VDrive stem
Easton EC70SL 44cm bar
Onyx rear hub
Supernova front hub
Supernova lights
Velo Orange Zeppelin 52mm fenders
Vee Rubber Rail Tracker 29x2” tires
Velocity rims
Cane Creek headset
White Industries T47 BB

rccardr 08-09-2022 08:36 PM

Is it just me, or is the seat-to-bar drop extreme? And how about the integration of fork and headtube? Looks kinda clumsy to me….

Clean39T 08-09-2022 08:52 PM

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Originally Posted by rccardr (Post 3130289)
Is it just me, or is the seat-to-bar drop extreme? And how about the integration of fork and headtube? Looks kinda clumsy to me….

Seems like the fork was done to give dynamo options and rack-ability - but with a 44mm HT you can easily plug in any tapered-steerer or straight steerer carbon fork.. a standard HT for 1.125" would limit future carbon fork choices even if it looked more "normal" with a steel fork.

KJMUNC 08-10-2022 11:49 AM

$800 Fuso
 
1981 Fuso w/DA.....60cm, looks to be in solid shape and just needs some love.

Seems like a nice deal for someone, but way out in Moreno Valley.....

https://inlandempire.craigslist.org/...508048686.html

arimajol 08-10-2022 04:28 PM

Cool Rando Seven on the bay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/39419426434...EAAOSwjUZioNTV

https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/kEEAA...TV/s-l1600.jpg

Kyle h 08-10-2022 06:03 PM

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Originally Posted by arimajol (Post 3130721)

Second go around on this. Got bid sniped at the very end last time only for the buyer to not follow through 🙄🙄

citycyclist247 08-10-2022 06:09 PM

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/15511220215...mis&media=COPY



Selling my 2010 Trek T1 fixed gear track bike. Frame size is 56cm. I purchased this used a few years ago and I have only ridden it on city streets. Only selling as I don't ride this one anymore since purchasing a gravel bike. The frame has some scratches from use but no dents. I haven't ridden this bike in about a year but the tires are decent and hold air, rims are pretty true. The rear has two cogs, one 15t and one 16t. Handlebars are Nitto B123AA track bars bolted to a Forte Pro stem thats shimmed with an aluminum can shim. Bar tape is brand new. Bike does not come with front brake or pedals.


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elliott 08-10-2022 06:15 PM

It's not a matter of if, but when the steel dropout inserts pull out of those T1 track dropouts.

citycyclist247 08-10-2022 06:19 PM

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https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...4950239565219/

This frame was custom built with stiff and aero steel tubing. It is almost like new condition. The only real flaw is the paint chipped on the rear dropouts from the wheel being installed. All the build specs are included on the original build sheet which will come with the frame. It also includes the Chris King headset. $100 shipping


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arimajol 08-10-2022 07:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kyle h (Post 3130773)
Second go around on this. Got bid sniped at the very end last time only for the buyer to not follow through 🙄🙄

Good luck!!!

merckxman 08-10-2022 07:11 PM

Serotta Coeur d'Acier, 59cm, $349 BIN
 
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/28490500285...mis&media=COPY

misterha 08-10-2022 07:45 PM

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Originally Posted by arimajol (Post 3130721)

A rando bike with a powermeter is a powerful statement

robt57 08-10-2022 07:58 PM

Zipp Service Course SL 70 XPLR Handlebar Black/A2, 42cm
 
Just got SL 70 XPLR in 42CM off Amazon for $71.00, which is pretty low for these.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08NQ191QQ...roduct_details

I totally expected the non SL to show up and send back. But SL version showed up.

prototoast 08-10-2022 08:05 PM

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Originally Posted by robt57 (Post 3130829)
Just got SL 70 XPLR in 42CM off Amazon for $71.00, which pretty low for these.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08NQ191QQ...roduct_details

I totally expected the non SL to show up and send back. But SL version showed up.

They're cheaper direct from Planet Cyclery: https://planetcyclery.com/zipp-speed...mm-matte-black

robt57 08-10-2022 08:20 PM

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Originally Posted by prototoast (Post 3130830)
They're cheaper direct from Planet Cyclery: https://planetcyclery.com/zipp-speed...mm-matte-black

Cool...
And being over 50.00 free ship too.

In my case paid with Amazon card I got from CreditCard points.


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