I am selling my Moda Stretto 56cm Road Bike. It is in new condition save for slightly dirty bar tape. It has American Classic Aero 420 Wheels which are light and fast and use a unique engagement system.
The bike runs on Sram Force group set, and has Carbon Bars and Seatpost. I have done less than 500 miles on this bike and I am selling it due to injury keeping me off my bike for the next 6 months at least.
Next year the stretto is 300 pounds more so grab a bargin.
Plenty of photos available:
Hi, Im after a 54-56cm road bike. Don't want to splash out to much cash but would like a good quality road bike.
Renovated and hand assembled BSA road bike from the early 90s.
£450 ono - Wimbledon, London
Photos of the bike assembly at:
Frame: 21 inch Reynolds 531 lugged steel, restored and re sprayed in red.
Forks: As above, Reynolds 531, re-sprayed in red.
Headset: 1” Campagnollo Record
Stem: 1” SR quill stem, 100mm reach
Bars: ITM. 35.5cm from center - center. 25.4mm center diameter.
Bar Tape: Cinelli white cork tape and bar plugs
Seat post: 22.7mm Milremo
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Hello all. Apologies if this has been asked and answered recently, but I couldn't see anything similar. Currently commuting to work (20-25 miles round trip) and looking for some new wheels to do it on. However, very limited budget (in bike terms) of £500, and that's the absolute max. So was wondering if anyone had any suggestions. Noticed the lower end of the Specialized Sirrus range scrapes in under the mark, but I know next to nothing about road bikes (transferring from MTB) so I don't know if there's better value for money out there.
I am selling my Scott Sub 10 2008/09 700c Hybrid having recently upgraded to a road bike. The Scott is 18 months old and has been used on average once a week to commute 10 miles to work and back. It has always been looked after and well maintained. I keep the bike indoors and it is in A1 condition. The only addition to the original spec is Richey WCS Pro bar ends. The frame is white and is a size large.
The bike is for sale at £400 and I am happy to email photos to anyone who is interested.
For sale – a fast and functional commuting / training bike, fully mudguarded-up, ready for the British summer
Pics here: http://andyjwhit.fotopic.net/c1686967.html
It’s a no-nonsense 6061 alloy frame with a cromoly fork (actually a Ridgeback Genesis Day 00 frame & fork), kitted out with hard-riding quality components, ready for the rigours of training rides and commutes all year round.