Sorely tempted by the Roberts!
For the 7 foot plus riders
65cm Somec Promax Lugo Di Romagna
Columbus Max and Campagnolo Record Ti including seatpost etc.
Baby on the way so time has come to part ways, need cash/space.
If there's any serious interest PM to discuss
I have been watching that beauty for a while! if it was 60CM i would have been all over it
c-c it is 63 seattube and 6o toptube
Not mine, spotted on ebay
Was tempted by this... But definitely have no use for it...
Any interest in a pristine Cinelli Gazzetta in Blackfriars (Gloss Black), size XL.
Columbus Custom double-butted Cro-Mo Steel frame.?
Got a mate who needs a gravel bike with 63cm top tube for the transcontinental - any ideas? Canyon seem to be the only option from the big manufacturers
£65 delivered 24.5"
65cm Merckx MX leader - pop over to Holland - it'll be worth it!
60cm frame freecycle of interest to anyone?
Pics - https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1hoZplo1v7T5uzs9K14lKqFpMaPgC5nu8?usp=sharing
Everything is there apart from the handlebars, but some bits are in a box and not in the pics
Original freecycle thread - https://www.lfgss.com/conversations/329787/#comment14651667
Anyone got a large (64cm+) audax bike they're looking to pass on?
Not mine but is 65cm
I really don't use this frame enough so I'm offering it for sale.
Custom built for me by Steve in 2010, and the brief was build me the strongest 700c touring frame you can!
It is built from heavy gauge oversize Reynolds 725 (including the rear stays) with the exception of the seat and top tubes which are externally butted 531 tandem tubes and is fillet brazed & uses a 1 1/8" ahead stem.
It has a full compliment of touring braze ons including canti or v brake bosses with cable hanger, 3 sets of bottle bosses, front & rear rack mounts, all cable stops & guides, pump peg behind head tube and a dynamo boss on the right fork leg for a b&m
Clearances are extremely generous and it will cope with 37-40mm tyres with loads of mudguard space.
The paint is Poly Grigio and is in great condition with the only wear being to the drop outs fork crown where mudguards & lights have been fitted and carrier bosses (which will mostly be covered when components are fitted), clear cable guards have been fitted to the contact points and chain stay from new.
You will need to be tall to ride this frame, I am 6'5"
The seat tube measures 60cm c-t (there is a 6cm slope to the top tube).
Top effective top tube length is 60cm c-c
Head tube is 22cm
Rear stays are 45cm c-c
Wheelbase is 108cm
Front centres are 65cm
Rear end spacing is 135mm with vertical dropouts and the front is 100mm
Front drop outs to the top of the fork steerer is 73cm measured vertically, there are 50mm of spacers above the headset.
Frame angles are 72 degrees parallel
I will include a new set of silver Shimano v brakes (which have cartridge pads & adjustable cable noodles).
An almost new Hope headset is fitted and the frame takes a 27.0mm seat post.
I would like £400 plus postage at cost for it, or you're welcome to collect from Huddersfield in West Yorkshire.
Pics are here in my Flikr account showing the frame only and fully built when I first had it built in 2010
https://flickr.com/photos/139321406@N07 ... 5142056063
May be of interest to my fellow tall people...it's a 64cm
1990s 26" Vernon Baker (formally know as MB Dronsfield) with 8x3 speed Campag Mirage groupset over on cycling uk. Seller (not me) is in Dronsfield and wants £350 ono.
Geoff Roberts, 60x59, suit 6’4 ish:
Anyone interested in really large n very nice Serotta frames?
Have one carbon meivici and one steel cda Both more ore less black.
60 toptube 22 headtube. Send me a pm if you are interested.
Dawes Galaxy 531 frame approx 62cm from the top of the BB to seat tube. Cosmetically its ugly as anything but solid, all the components and wheels are thrown in for free, seat post moves freely. Cinelli stem and bars! £100 collected from Stratford.
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