Selling due to the purchase of one of the new Genesis Zero carbon bikes, just don't have the space to keep both of them in the property so I've been told it has to go!

Purchased 13 months ago for £900 from Tredz online, still have all receipts and original documentation, bell, extra Shimano SPD pedals will also be provided. Currently has Continental Gatorskin (28mm) tyres on for the summer weather, will also supply the Continental Cyclocross tyres too (32mm) - see photo for details. Brand new unused Genesis Road saddle. 58cm frame for those 5'8" upwards, I'm 6'0" and it fits a treat. Will also keep the bottle cage on there too if you wish.

Just serviced last month with Cycledelik (Can supply receipt if needed)

Grab yourself a bargain for a wonderful steel frame, lasts a lifetime. Will be given a full good clean too  1

Local collection only from SE8, Greenwich, London, unless discussed in advance.

£600 ono

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The Genesis CdF 2013 Cyclocross Bike was introduced by Genesis following the popularity of the original Croix de Fer. Using the same geometry as its sibling, it combines a Reynolds 520 tubeset and Cr-Mo fork, retaining the handling and ride quality that these steel framed cross style bikes have become known for. The Cross bikes have become Genesis’ most popular export. As popular in Scandinavian countries as it is in the UK, it’s a road bike that wont get bogged down in the winter, can join in on summer singletrack rides and will cope with all-weather cross-terrain riding in a way that few bikes can match. There are also improved, wider, separate rack eyelets its perfect for lightweight touring. The drive is reliably provided by Shimano 9-speed componentry, whilst Avid BB5 Disc brakes give responsive braking in any weather. This is simply a cross-boundaries, cross-continent, cross-inspired kind of bike. Wherever you find yourself, there’s fun to be had.

Genesis is very much a rider’s brand. Everyone who is involved with this brand rides bikes and they’re an important part of their lifestyles. For Genesis people, cycling is about freedom and escape, it’s about slowing down and noticing the world that’s going on around you, and it’s also about good times with friends and happy memories.

Frame: Reynolds 520 Double-Butted Steel
Fork: Double Butted Cro-Mo unicrown (w/ double eyelets & low rider bosses)
Front Derailleur: Shimano Sora FD-3500 9spd
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Sora RD-3500 9spd
Number of Gears: 18
Shifters: Shimano Sora ST-3500 9sp
Chainset: Shimano Sora FC-3550 Compact
Chainrings: 34/50 Tooth
Bottom Bracket: Shimano Hollowtech II
Cassette: Shimano CS-HG50 12-25T 9sp
Chain: Shimano CN-HG53 9spd
Pedals: Shimano PDM-520
Front Brake: Avid BB5 Mechanical Road (160mm rotor)
Rear Brake: Avid BB5 Mechanical Road (160mm rotor)
Brake Levers: Shimano Sora ST-3500
Handlebars: Genesis 6061 Double-Butted OS (31.8mm) Compact Drop
Stem: Genesis OS (31.8mm) 6061 3D Forged Alloy 7deg
Headset: FSA TH-857 Alloy Headset 1-1/8"
Rims: Alex G2000 Disc 32H
Front Hub: Shimano M475 6-Bolt Disc
Rear Hub: Shimano M475 6-Bolt Disc
Spokes: Stainless Black w/ brass nipples
Front Tyre: Conti Cyclocross Race 35c (wire bead)
Rear Tyre: Conti Cyclocross Race 35c (wire bead)
Saddle: Genesis Road
Seatpost: Genesis 6061 (300 × 27.2mm)


KiwiMike [1312 posts] 3 years ago


danblackman [1 post] 3 years ago

That my friend is a good question! Have updated now. Thanks for letting me know!  16