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**PRICE DROP** F/S: Med Santa Cruz Stigmata, Seabright Blue, Dura-Ace, Easton EC90, Rotor

**PRICE DROP*** Reluctantly selling my Santa Cruz Stigmata. It's a size medium, which equates to about a 53-54cm. Color is Seabright Blue and has minimal decals on it. This is a US-made Easton-tubed cross bike, frame is very light and VERY stiff. Fork is an Alpha-Q. The components are Dura-Ace 7800 10-spd with Rotor Q-ring chainrings (50/39T) and a 12-25 cassette. The bike comes equipped with Easton EC90 carbon wheels (which have never been 'cross raced, only ridden on the road), Swissstop yellow pads, Rotor seatpost, Fizik Arione k:ium-railed saddle. FSA 44cm handlebar, 10cm stem, Cane Creek headset. 

Bike will be freshly tuned and will have fresh shifter cables and housing to go to its new home. The paint is glossy, no dents or gashes in the paint. The frame is in excellent shape with minimal wear.

I'm including both sets of tires, the road set are Panaracer A's in a 25 width, of which the rear  is brand new. The 'cross tires are Challenge Grifo's that have two races on them. The saddle has some wear on it, but is in completely serviceable shape. I will also include a fresh roll of Fizik handlebar tape. What's on there is fine, but it never hurts to have spare parts, right?

Anyway, I have too many bikes in the garage and this one is unfortunately not being used at the moment. Young family and self-employment have been prioritized over 'cross racing this year. The Barfly and Garmin seen in the pictures are not included, the pedals are negotiable.

Let me know if you have questions or need more pics. Asking $1850 shipped OBO.

Jason Lombard

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