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For sale: 2009 Lapierre HM X-Lite 51 cm cyclocross bike.  It hasn't seen very much action yet, which is
reflected in its overall condition.  Email me <mylifeaquatic@gmail.com> for more photos.



FRAME: Lapierre HM-Xlite 51 cm - - - Effective top tube length is 51.5 cm

FORK: Easton EC90X

SEATPOST: Thomson Elite 31.6 mm

SADDLE: Selle Italia SLR (Ti rails, white)

HANDLEBARS: Deda Newton 42 cm Ergo Bend

STEM: Brand New Deda Newton 100 mm w/ Ti Bolts

BRAKES: Spooky Aluminum Cantilevers

CRANKSET: FSA Aluminum with FSA BB and a Salsa single ring kit

SHIFTERS/BRAKE LEVERS: Campagnolo Chorus 9-speed (the left (front der.) shifter has had the internals removed to save weight and it is
just a brake lever.)


REAR DERAILLEUR: Campagnolo Chorus 9-speed

FRONT DERAILLEUR: NONE

CHAIN: Campagnolo Record 9-speed (New In Box)

CASSETTE: Campagnolo Veloce 12-23

WHEELSET: Campagnolo Record Hubs (black) laced to Mavic Open Pros

TIRES: Maxxis Locust

Most of the parts on the bike are in excellent condition. A few
things of note are: the leather on the saddle is worn.  There is a small ding in the
rear wheel braking surface from flatting during a ride on a gravel road
(barely noticeable and doesn't affect braking).  The chain hopped off ring before purchasing chain watcher and chipped some of
the paint on the bottom bracket (which I have already remedied with
platinum white paint that came with another bike). Very minor scuffs.

$1600 puts the bike in your living room (or wherever you store your bikes) - I'll have the bike packed professionally, shipped and insured via FedEx. 

Interesting trades considered.


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