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Old 02-06-2013, 01:44 PM
martinez martinez is offline
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52cm 2010 Ellsworth Scant Frameset (smokey purple)

Up for sale today is my beloved 2010 Ellsworth Scant road frameset (only). MADE IN THE US!
The frame was purchased in spring of 2011 as a closeout from Ellsworth and was painstakingly built up for good while after that. The frame consists of Easton scandium aluminum for the main triangle and paired with Easton EC90 Superlite carbon for the rear stays and fork. What will be included is the EC90 fork, FSA headset and compression plug, Easton EA70 stem and a thomson elite seatpost (only aesthetically pleasing and solid seatpost I could find in the required size).

Here is a description I found of the bike from (
"Scandium is the most forgiving aluminum alloy available. Taking a page from their years of off road frame design, they endeavored to produce a road frame that would simply ride better than the current crop of cookie cutter road bikes. Combining custom shaped Scandium tubing, Easton Carbon rear stays and their race inspired geometry the Scant delivers an incredibly fast, smooth and efficient ride. It is equally at home on the race course as it is on a long Sunday ride. On the road as well as off, when it comes to Ellsworth; those that ride, know."

Race inspired geometry
Easton Carbon fork
Integrated headset
Sub kilo full size frame
Scandium multi-shaped tubing
Easton CNT composite Rear
Frame Size:52
Standover Height: 30 in
Top Tube Lengths: 53 cm
Head Tube Lengths: 10 cm
Chainstay Length: 40.5cm
BB Heights: 27cm
Wheelbase: 95
Seat Tube Angle: 73.5 deg
Head Tube Angle: 73.5 deg
BB Width: 68mm
Seat Post Size: 26.8mm
Derailleur: 31.8mm

This is a very lightweight frame. The last time I had it weighed, it came out to 15.8 with 10 Speed Campy Centaur and some Bicycle Warehouse wheels so I'm sure you can get it below 14 if you wanted/had the budget. I never rode it much, I would say less than 3,000 miles the time that I had it due to my busy schedule. This frame rode GREAT. light, responsive and climbed very well. I'm not too great at climbing but this frame made me feel like a mountain goat.
In terms of condition, it is in extremely condition. there is only one minor scratch I was able to find that stood out, which I made sure to take a picture of. It was from storage. I have never crashed this frame. Also, the Ellsworth logo on the downtube is a little dirty, I don't really know how to clean it (it isn't under a clearcoat).

Asking price is $950 shipped to your door. I am located in Los Angeles, CA. If you are local, I'll give you a discount and you are always welcome to check out the frame. Any other questions, feel free to shoot away!

I don't have a decent camera, so I just shot some with my computer. Here is one, followed by a link with more:

Picture of another build:

Last edited by martinez; 02-07-2013 at 02:06 PM. Reason: decided to throw in the stem into the package. +dropped the price $50
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:34 PM
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here is another attempt at another picture. again, i apologize for the terrible quality...i don't own a decent camera.

Last edited by martinez; 02-07-2013 at 12:43 PM.
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