Reluctantly selling my 2006 Specialized Transition TT/Tri bike due to a house move. Ridiculously fast bike for not a lot of money!
Specialized E5 TEC Aluminium frameset. The effective top tube length is somewhere between 50 and 52cm depending on how it’s measured from the aero seat tube. I’m 5’10”/11” and I can just about squeeze onto it!
Would recommend for someone less than 5’10” most likely. Built up with full Ultegra 6800 gears, 105 5800 cassette, chain and brakes and Dura Ace bar end shifters. Comes with a set of Mavic training wheels and a HED Trispoke with Conti tub. The bars, extensions and brake levers are the Felt Bayonet system (Aluminium).
- Frameset – Specialized Transition Comp 50/52cm
- Bars – Felt Bayonet (Aluminium), S bend extension and brake levers with Fizik bar tape
- Stem – Toseek Aluminium -17 degree 90mm
- Seatpost – Specialized FACT carbon (can’t be Saddle – Fizik Ardea
- Wheels – Mavic Ksyrium Equipe S (2014?) Chainset – Ultegra 6800 172.5mm 52/36
- Front Mech – Ultegra 6800 braze on with clamp on adaptor
- Rear Mech – Ultegra 6800 short cage
- Cassette – 105 5800 11-28
- Chain – 105 5800
- Brakes – 105 5800
- Shifters – Dura Ace 11 speed bar end shifters
- Tyres – (Mavic Rear wheel) Contintental GP TT 25mm with Vittoria Latex innertube, (Mavic Front wheel) generic tyre and Halfords tube only used on the turbo, (HED trispoke front) Continental Competition 22mm tub with plenty of life left.
- Front wheel - HED Trispoke
- Bottle – Elite Crono CX
- Bottom Bracket – 105 5800/Ultegra 6800 threaded BB HT2
- Garmin Mount – Generic mount between the extensions
- Pedals – None included (though I’m happy to throw in a pair of Look Keo Easy (old ones) or Shimano A520’s)
- Helmet - Cairbull Aero TT Helmet (M)
Weight as shown in the first pic (including bottle/Garmin mount and Trispoke) – 8.4 kg
£750, Open to offers and can deliver within a reasonable distance of Bristol!