May 15th, 2023 - By admin

I’m sure I say this all the time, but this is a great bike! This was my personal gravel/cross bike from a few years ago. Geometry is sort of between what you’d see now on a gravel bike, and traditional cyclocross. It’s somewhere between a typical racy cross bike and what we see now as a gravel bike – more cruisy geometry, lower BB, longer wheelbase than a typical crosser. It’s very fun and responsive, but doesn’t demand constant attention the way a true cross bike sometimes does.

Original drawing is attached. This bike fit me like a glove (a little over 6’, longer torso, shorter legs). Hopefully the drawing will tell you how it’ll fit you.

All nice parts: Industry 9 carbon wheels (about 45mm rim profile), Kish titanium stem, Shimano Ultegra Di2 drivetrain (11-28 cassette, 50/34 chainrings), Thomson post, Brooks C17 saddle, new WTB 40c Nanoraptors, new bar tape.

Like all of my personal bikes, sadly, this one doesn’t have many miles on it. New price was just above $8000, offered for $3800. Shipping is $100 in the US, or make a road trip out of it and pick it up here in Burlington, Vermont, and take it out on our disgustingly quaint dirt roads.

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