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Old 08-06-2017, 07:16 PM
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FS: Moots Routt 54cm Ultegra Di2 *PRICE DROP*

It's hard to part with this bike, but it is not getting used as much as it should and I would like to free up the space for another project. I received this in October of 2015, since then I have ridden a number of new roads, done a few overnighters, a couple gravel events, and a few cross races on it. It truly is a do it all bike. The frame is close to a stock Moots 54cm geometry, with only a few tweaks. One being a 130mm head tube opposed to a 150mm that is stock, and a slightly longer seat tube for a more level top tube and better portaging. The geo is as follows

ETT- 54cm
HT- 13cm
ST- 54cm
SA- 74
HA- 71.5
CS-423

The frame is specific for Di2, and to be honest I would not have it any other way. The shifting is so crisp and precise, gear changes are fast and flawless. The battery lasts around six months and recharges in 2-3 hours.

The build is as follows

Moots Routt frames
Enve 12mm CX fork
Chris King i7 headset in black
Moots 100x-6 stem
3T Rotundo 44cm bars
Lizard Skin tape
Shimano R785 di2/hydraulic shifter
Shimano Ultegra front and rear derailleurs
Shimano Ultegra 50/34 crankset
Shimano Ultegra 11-28t cassette
Shimano R785 brakeset
Moots 27.2x340 layback seatpost
Fizik Antares R3 saddle
Syncors by DT Swiss wheelset (DT 350 hubs and DT tubeless rims)
Challenge Gravel Grinder 38c tires

The frame has some patina from almost two years of riding. There are some rub marks on the head tube area from a handlebar bag, some cable rub, and some scuff/scratches around the chain area. Nothing major, just want to be upfront. The crankset has under 100 miles on it, the chain and cassette are fairly new. Tires and rotors have around 100 miles as well. The bike itself probably has around 3000, really not much for a ti bike.

$4200 net to me for the complete package or $3900 sans wheels and tires.











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Old 08-09-2017, 10:40 PM
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Old 08-15-2017, 07:37 PM
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Anybody?
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Old 08-16-2017, 01:58 AM
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That's really nice, and a great price for a disc/di2-equipped bike. Ti will last forever. GLWS!
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Old 09-10-2017, 11:04 AM
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Im back in town for a week and dropping the price. Get ready for cross, grinduro, whatever you have coming up this fall and winter, this is the bike!
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Old 09-10-2017, 04:22 PM
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wow holy ssssshhttt

How tall are you? What is your inseam? What is the seat height in those photos?
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Old 09-10-2017, 07:40 PM
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wow holy ssssshhttt

How tall are you? What is your inseam? What is the seat height in those photos?
Its like a dating site

Im 5'9" inseams around 31" and the saddle height is around 710-715 in the pictures.
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