Material: Al 7075 T6
Cable routing: Double-groove
Bend: TDF (ergo)
Drop/reach (mm): 135/70
Clamp size (mm): 25.8 (wiredrawn)
Colour: Black (anodised)
Made in Italy
RRP 49.99, looking for 20 quid.
They are brand new, still in the packaging. I bought them for part of a build but then decided it wasn't worth carrying on with!
Can meet anywhere in South East or Central London.
Having a bit of a clear out. All items below are tip top condition and described honestly. For pics or any questions then please mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org
My equipment see’s little use as for the last 3 years I have spent between 3 & 5 months each year abroad where I work as I cycle guide and a bike & hotel clothing is supplied for me whilst there.
Specialized Comp mtb shoes
Black, size 7/41. Immaculate condition as used rarely. Approx 300 miles use. Not dirty, not worn out and unmarked….definitely don’t smell!!!
Paid £100 new so looking for £56 posted in original box
The 3T Ergosum Team bar is a high-performing carbon handlebar boasting a modern shape. It provides a great interface with the hoods combined with a shallow drop that most should find comfortable to reach. But, at over 3 times the price of its aluminium understudy it is a high price to pay for only 40g of weight saving.
Specialized wing top handlebars, 44cm C-C with a 31.8 (oversized) diameter.
Came with a bike I bought second hand but I normally use 42cm bars.
I have a hybrid bike and I'm getting more and more into road cycling so, being unable to afford a new bike I am gradually upgrading parts bit-by-bit. My latest consideration would be to replace the flat bar with drop handlebars. Does this sound feasible? I'd need to buy new brake and gear levers but would I be able to use the existing cables? Do I need anything else?
Do you think I should prioritize something else? I have already put on some 23c tyres and SPD pedals and seen some really significant improvements in speed and efficiency.
been looking for a set of bars as illustrated in the pic. cant find the style in any bike shop i went to today, and looking online is proving a bit difficult as the pics. dont always show the right angle if you get my drift.
any help in what make they are etc gratefully received. ta.