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FS: 2011 Rocky Mountain custom carbon Solo CX 56cm

Started Oct 17, 2012 0 Replies

A quick run down: Full Dura Ace 7900, Dura Ace 50mm tubular with Dugast Rhinos or Dura Ace 50mm Clinchers with PDXs, Easton EC 90 bar(42), stem (120+-6), TRP Ti/Mag brakes, new chain, tape, cables,…Continue

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Hometown:
Bend, or
About Me:
I like all things with two wheels and peetex.
Current Bike Collection:
A Rocky Mountain for each cycling segment...
Favorite Race:
BC Bike race
Ft Collins during a rain storm
Dream Bike:
Loving the ride
Favorite thing about cyclocross:
Every corner is technical at speed
How long have you been racing cyclocross?
5 years cx, entering my 25th mtn bike season
Racing category:
veteran

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FS: 2011 Rocky Mountain custom Carbon Solo CX 56cm

Posted on October 17, 2012 at 7:55am 0 Comments

A quick run down: Full Dura Ace 7900, Dura Ace 50mm tubular with Dugast Rhinos or Dura Ace 50mm Clinchers with PDXs, Easton EC 90 bar(42), stem (120+-6), TRP Ti/Mag brakes, new chain, tape, cables, brake shoes. In excellent shape - professionally maintained.

http://portland.craigslist.org/clc/bik/3340376486.html…

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