A move away from the countryside and into a tiny Brixton flat necessitates the sale of my beloved Moulton. It's the top of the range TSR 30 DBS, which means Campagnolo Veloce gearing, narrow AlexRims wheels and a separable frame for when you want to transport or store it. You can see the full standard spec here: moultonbicycles.co.uk/models/TSR30.html
On top of that, this particular Moulton is properly unique. The saddle is a lovely Brooks B17 Titanium, not even broken in yet, with matching Brooks leather bar tape. The bars themselves are Nitto Noodles, some of the comfiest bars I've ever ridden. I went for a more classic look, so the standard carbon seat post was swapped out for a classy silver alternative, and the headset is the latest upgraded spec that has yet to make it on to most Moultons (this was fitted at the factory) with silver rather than carbon spacers.
I specced the bike up for long distance touring, so I plumped for the long rear rack (in matching ivory) and large Carradice bag. The frame of this bag usually only comes in black, but I managed to get the factory to make one in ivory for me to complete the look.
Other extras included are the Shimano SPD pedals (cleats too if you want them, or I have a spare set of MKS Sylvans that you could have), a Wipperman Connex link for the chain, a brand new Schwalbe inner tube and a neat Arundel bottle cage.
The bike has just had a full service at Bikefix, at a cost of £75.
Overall, then, this is a beast of a bike. Comfy, unique, and properly special, it demands to be ridden long distances. That being said, it makes for a lovely commute, which is sadly all it's seen with me (so well less than 1000 miles since being built at the end of 2014).
I've priced up the total cost of the bike, which comes to just over £2600. Blimey. However, with this in mind, I'm only looking for £1995 ONO. Sound hefty I know, but you're getting a bike for life that's less than a year old. I'm really sad to see it go, and I'm eager for it to go to the right home, so offers are welcome.
Let me know if you have any questions, and check out more photos here: imgur.com/a/SCduQ