Got this bike 3 years ago and have 3 cross seasons on it. I have since then added a lot of parts to it and made it quite a sweet looking rig. Let me know if you are interested. I would be asking for 1200 for the full bike. Chris King BB and Headset, Thompson Seatpost, TRP mag Breaks, Steel Frame, Rival Groupo, Carbon handlebars, k-edge included as well.
Hello, I know it's a long shot, but is this still available? Friend request sent, measurements would be helpful. REALLY INTERESTED!
Hello, believe it or not it is still available. I was actually going to take it apart and sell it by parts starting monday.
here are the specs from offline (sorry I am at Nationals at the moment in Utah)
Head tube angle= 72 degrees
Seat tube angle= 72.7
Top tube length= 590mm
Seat tube length= 621mm
Size 57 frame by the way
let me know if you are still interested.
That's great news. Could you send me a link to the measurements? I'm just at a loss, how 59tt and 62st are on a 57 size frame. I'm looking for a 56-58, so the bike fits, as long as the frame measurements are correct. Let me know when you get back from Utah. INTERESTED.
Hi, any updates?
still on the road, its been a long week. Sorry the measurements was just off of the trek website and all they have listed is a small-ish size and a large size. I am sorry for the delay but I am having someone go over to my house and measure it for me. update you soon!
thanks for your patience!
Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you. If you are still interested here are the exact sizings.
Top Tube is 55.0
Seat tube is 58.0
down tube is 62.0
again very sorry for the delay
one last little thing. I normally ride a 56 size frame and this bike fit me great. it seems that this frame has its riders run a little larger then normal.
Hi, thanks for the update. I've kinda lined up a different bike by now, but if you're willing sell it for $1000 shipped to 92647, I'll back out on the other deal. I would also need the bike by the 10th of June, let me know if any of this works for ya.
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