This bike retails for £ 2,099 but am looking for £ 1,450 ONO and has barely been used. I would say the condition is near new, as you can tell from the plastic protector on the rear cassette which i haven't even bothered taking off yet. (Bought in June 2013) For the Frame Set i would ideally want £ 420
This bike has been listed on another website and i reserve the right to take this sale down without notice and after bids.
For more photos please contact me!
I am selling this bike because its coming into winter and don't need it. The specifications are all listed below.
If you want to contact me about this bike, please only send me a text message as I have to have my phone off most of the time.
I am 180cm which is just under 6ft and ride a SMALL frame - but it suits someone from roughly 172cm to 182cm. Stem and seat adjustments are all that are required.
Photos of the actual bike can be sent via email on request.
Type: Road Bike
Size: Small - Suits Heights 170cm - 182cm
Frame Type: Aluminium (Extremely light weight and stiff)
Fork Type: Carbon Fibre
Weight: 7.7kgs approx
Groupset: Shimano Di2 Ultegra 10 Speed
Crankset: Ultegra 6700 50/34
Cassette: 11/28 Ultegra
Wheels: Mavic Ksyrium Elite S
Tyres: Mavic YKSION Pro 23mm
Stem: Ritchey WCS 110mm
Handlebars: Ritchey WCS Evo Curve 42cm
Seat/Saddle: Selle Italia Race
Seat Post: Canyon VCLS
Pedals: Excluded (personal preference) - can get good deals on Look or shimano if you want, Not bottle cages either...
Included Extras: Battery Charger
Di2 - Electronic shifting is the smoothest I have used. Barely used it on this bike. The battery is said to last 2000km's according to some reports (Usual is about 1600kms). And has 300 charges in it for the duration of its life...The battery has warning lights that are located under the handle bars (But easy to see when riding) and can tall you how much charge is left. The rear derailleur can be adjusted from the cockpit as well through the shifters. But more than likely if you are looking at this bike you already know what it has to offer.
I am not really willing to ship the item - however I can organize a bike shop to package the bike at the buyers expense and risk. Shipping will also be have to be paid in advance. If it is to be done this way 1st I would ask for a deposit to cover the packaging 2nd the full payment of bike and shipping (with insurance included by a reputable shipping company). A more accurate shipping cost can be attained once we have a shipping address.
Pick up cash is the best option either from Holmfirth, West Yorkshire (Near Huddersfield) or from Arnside in Morecombe Bay (Near Lancaster). I Prefer Payment to be cash on pick up or direct transfer.
Please again i urge you to only send me a text for any interest.
Thanks for viewing the add. Jeff --> Please text me on 07747 830 738
or message me for my email for more info...anything to help!