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FS- Kysrium tubulars Dugast Rynos, 54 cm frame, TRP Cx9 front and Euro X rear brakes

Mavic Kysrium tubulars with carbon hubs and Dugast Rynos 32s professionally moutned and aquasealed by former cycloworlds mechanic for tim Johnson

The ultimate in begian tubular mud tires-- perfect for new england conditions

Use in two races -- need to quit do to back injury

wheels retail for $1000+ and tire are $125 each when you can find them plus 80 each to mount


see http://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/3169276491.html

Asking $550

Also have a pair of Vittoria XM brand new tubulars-- $70 for the pair

 

 Flyte 54 cm Cx frame

Custom Double Butted 6061 aluminum tubing
» NEW 1 1/8" oversized INTERNAL CNC machined head tube
» Optimal size specific tubing (Larger diameter tubing used on larger size frames).
» 132.5mm Rear Axle Spacing to allow use of MTB or Road hubs
» Reinforced Gusseted Down Tube, provide for greater Head Tube Strength and Stiffness
» Exclusive, biaxial ovalized top tube creates a laterally stiff yet vertically compliant ride.
» RADX 25.4mm RADIALLY curved, tapered, and ovalized chainstays
» RADX 17.0mm RADIALLY curved and tapered seat stays
» RADX 22.mm RADIALLY curved, tapered, and ovalized chainstays » Brazed Water Bottle Bosses; Flyte uses brazed bosses NOT alloy pop-rivets.
» Extended seat tube increases stand over height while creating a smaller and stiffer front triangle.
» Two-Tone Velocity Paint ®
» Replaceable Derailleur Hanger
» CNC machined 68mm English threaded bottom bracket.
» Compatible with either V Brake, Cantilever Brake, or Disc Brake Systems
» Frame Utilizes 27.2mm Seat Post Diameter / Recommended Length = 300mm
» Frame Utilizes 31.8mm / 1 ¼” Front Derailleur Clamp
» Rack Mounts / Fender Mounts (Seat and Chain Stay Bosses)

 

includes carbon fork and head set, specialized zert carbon seatpost, TRP Cx9 front and Euro X rear, WTB thinline seat

$300 for everything-- pics coming

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Hi, interested in the pics of the frame.  Also, what is the effective top tub length?  Thanks.

Just now taking the bike apart.  sorry the pick isn't great.  I think the top tube is also 54 cm but I can check that as well

email stregay (at) hotmail com

 

 

CL link seems to be down, any pictures of the wheelset you can provide? My email is Sam.klontz@gmail.com

Thanks

Sorry wheels are sold

Tires available? PM me 

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