2008 Pearl White - 52cm - VAN DESSEL Gin & Trombones bike, Ultegra 6600, Ritchey, FSA
Aluminum frame with carbon seatstays in great riding condition with small ding on toptube and scratch through the clearcoat of carbon seatstay - neither affect structural integrity. Otherwise some typical signs of wear for a cross bike. Ready to ride when you add pedals!
$1000 + my cost to ship, or pickup available in the Philadelphia area (or meet up at a local race)
- ULTEGRA 6600 10spd. shifters & derailleurs
- Upgraded (near mint) Ritchey Carbon WCS fork
- Fulcrum CX Wheelset w/ Rapid Rob tires - New (take-offs)
- FSA Omega 42cm compact bars & FSA 100mm stem
- FSA Superlight carbon crankset (46/39) w/ Shimano BB
- Black AVID Shorty 6 canti frt. & rear brakes
- Jagwire cable housings
- Prologo Kappa Pas saddle w/ Control Tech seatpost
More pictures available upon request.
Few more photos
Do you have frame geometry, specifically effective top tub length?
Thanks for your interest. After looking into (& checking the geometry) I realize that this frame is actually a 52cm. The measurement from the center of the seattube opening to center of headtube opening is ~20.5"
Here is a link for the other specific geometry.
Thanks for the info. Might be a little small for me. Looks like a great frame though!
I may be interested in the frame. please send a photo to
cycletwerp at yahoo dot com
Also, how much do you think shipping would be to Michigan (48044)?
Hey BJones, any chance you still have this G & T frame up for grabs?
I'm from Barrie,Ontario,Canada and having a super hard time finding a used VanDessel CX that fits my 5'7"- 31" size.
I do still have this but have put it all back together as a pit bike. Are you looking for just the frameset or a complete bike?
My shipping costs to Barrie would be around $160, which is pretty steep.
Hi BJones, I'm interested in this as a complete bike. Could you please shoot me a message if it's still available? Thanks!
It is still available. Where would you need it shipped?
No, sorry. Bike was sold.
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