Boardman Comp 2010 road bike for sale (56cm frame)
Aluminium frame and carbon forks
Very good condition, mechanically perfect. Wheels, brakes, gears all run beautifully.
Very rarely ridden - I estimate 500 miles from new.
105 rear derailluer and tiagra shifters as per the original specification.
Upgraded Continental gatorskin tyres
Ritchey finishing kit - stem, seatpost and bars and Ritchey Pro DS wheels.
High quality Continental inner tubes both front and back.
Included in the sale are Shimano 105 clip-in pedals and 2 Bontranger carbon bottle cages.
Gents and Gentesses,
My stephdad bought a Pegeout Ventoux in the mid-eighties to cycle the infamous 540km "Strenght Test" from Trondheim - Oslo, which I might add, he didn't complete back then so we're having a go maybe next year.
Anyways - he kept the bike; a 1986 (?) Peugeot Ventoux which I find exceptionally nice!
NOTHING has been done on the bike since 1986.. Same rubber.. same tubes.. etc
I tried to ride the bike and every second felt like I was about to crash and die a painful death.
The Pinnacle Evaporite One is a new bike from Evans that's aimed at high-mileage riders but we found it too stiff for all-day comfort.
Evans Cycles has been offering its in house Pinnacle brand for a few years now and 2012 brings a new carbon frame to the range. It's found on the Evaporite One, Two and Three, all with varying levels of finishing kit depending on price. A quick scan of the blurb on Evans' website explains this model as, "A bike aimed at the sportive and big mile riders looking for speed and comfort." Sounds like me.
Lovely entry level road bike.
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