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Old 09-13-2013, 04:22 PM
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Alloy & Carbon road frames - ~57-58cm

I have a couple of bikes that I pulled out of more boxes in the back of the garage.
These are both remnants of my previous job in the bike biz.
First up is an alloy frame from a major OEM vendor in Taiwan that I brought back and had powdercoated by one of the good shops in SoCal. This works out to a roughly 57-58cm frame, and weighed a bit less than 1,200g after powder, if I remember correctly.
It's a straight 1 1/8" headtube, and I'll include the Felt 1.1 full carbon fork as well. Both frame & fork have been built, and have less than 20 miles on them, it was more of a fun "rain bike project" for me to do, which didn't make sense in sunny SoCal. The decals you see are retroreflective for nighttime, I just thought they were neat, but they're easily removable.
I'll include the Bontrager (by SRAM) cranks, 175mm 34/50t, headset, fork, and the FD adapter

TT is roughly 57cm
ST is 54cm (sloping frame)
HT is 180mm, and there is more than 60mm above the headset top cap on the steerer tube.

This would make a great spare/rain/trainer bike for someone. And if it doesn't sell, I'll probably end up slaving it to a trainer in the garage.

I'd like to get $200 including shipping for this setup, buyer pays PP fees please.





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Old 09-13-2013, 04:28 PM
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Carbon Frame

Next up is this unbranded Di2 compatible carbon jobbie.
This was from another OEM factory for many big brands, this particular mold I believe was only sold in Europe under a few different brands, we were working on the US-exclusive for the mold, but I left before we finished the project.

Never built, never ridden, as pure as the driven snow. I had it painted matte white, and drilled for Di2 lines. However, the factory only set it up for Di2, meaning that the standard cable guides/etc were never finished. I've been half-tempted to drill them out and run full cables, but then I remember I'm extremely lazy when it comes to that, so I have never gotten around to it.

Geo is about a 58cm bike.
TT is about 58 (58.2 if I recall)
ST is 57cm C-T
Headtube is 195mm, steerer is uncut and uber-long.

BB30 setup, 31.6cm ST, 1.5" lower headset size. Includes frame/fork/headset.

It's hard to put a price on this one as well, but I think maybe $425 shipped, buyer pays PP fees seems fair? The bikes it was used on retailed for $3-$6k, so it really is a nice frame, up there with the SuperSix I'd say.

Any questions, please PM!

Oh, those little dots you see in each image are artifacts on my stupid NEW iPhone's camera sensor, not any marks/scratches on the frame. It's just been living in a box for too long, no war wounds.







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Old 09-13-2013, 05:39 PM
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Sheesh. Make it 54 and it would be sold.
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Old 09-13-2013, 07:13 PM
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Alloy & Carbon road frames - ~57-58cm

Man, I want that aluminum bike, been looking for a good project for a commuter and that seems perfect. Alas bad timing

Good luck with the sales, seem like great deals IMHO
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Old 09-15-2013, 04:22 PM
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Some nibbles, looking to set the hook...

So how about: the alloy bike now includes the FSA OS150 stem in 110mm length, it probably has 50 miles of use, if that.

Carbon bike, anyone out there interested, let's make a deal!
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Old 09-15-2013, 04:46 PM
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I am very tempted on the carbon
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Old 09-15-2013, 05:41 PM
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I am very tempted on the carbon
Send me those Lightweights and it is all you!

But it would make a great crit/training bike for sure...just don't need it right now...
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Old 09-24-2013, 04:03 PM
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Bumpity bump bump!
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Old 12-04-2013, 04:51 PM
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