This has been my trusty cyclocross/do everything bike for awhile now, but it may be time to go disc.
Frame is the older Soma Fabrications Double Cross built with Reynolds 631, fork is a Kona Project II. Awesome steel ride! Headset is a Cane Creek. There are some small chips in the paint that you would expect from a used bicycle. Asking $300 shipped CONUS.
Or if you want the complete bike:
170mm Gossamer crankset 36-46
XTR Canti's (awesome)
Salsa Poco 40cm bars
Profile 80mm Stem
Sella San Marco Aspide Saddle
SRAM Force Shifters, rear derailleur
Shimano Tiagra front derailleur
12-27 1070 cassette
With Shimano 105 hubs on Mavic Open Pro 32h rims asking $800 shipped CONUS.
or if you want the Stan's Alpha 400 rims on American Classic hubs 28h rear, 24h front with Kenda Slant Six SCT tires $1050 shipped CONUS.
Paul, interested in the bike for my wife, can we go off line to communicate. email@example.com
Just to add the 105/OP wheelset comes with well worn Michelin Mud 2's, and bike is still availble.
Anyone want to make an offer?
$225 for frame/fork/headset
$700 for complete bike with OP/105 wheelset
$1,000 for complete bike with both wheelsets.
I have just the frame left to sell. Looking to get $200 shipped for frame/fork/headset.
I'm interested in the frame. What is the actual top tube length? The Soma website shows that the effective TT length for the 46cm frame is 531mm. Sounds really long for a 46? Most CX or road bikes with a 531 TT are a 50-52cm frame.
The website is correct. The top tubes are very long. The 46cm is measures as a sloping top tube.
Thanks Paul. I think its going to be too big.- I usually ride bikes with 515-520mm top tubes. I know, super tiny. But I'm barely 5''4.
I am also 5'4", but have long legs, and that is one reason I am selling this bike. I had an 80mm stem with Salsa Poco bars for a short reach, but a Niner RLT 47cm on the way (that TT is 51) and will be able to run a 90 or 100 stem.
Is the frame and fork still available?
Yes, still available.
Do you still have the frame available?