Tried to sell on ebay, but time of year/day/ the wind/price(?)/size of wheels saw it fail.
Will try on here for a week and if no coin interest, will go for splitting.
Not sure if you can still use 650c wheels in adult categories for Tri but youths & ladies can AFAIK.
Here we have a mid 90s NISHIKI ALTRON NFS triathlon (or time trial) bike with 650c sized wheels. Frame size is approx. 54/55cm. Suitable for 5'7" to 5'10" riders give or take.
Frame: Nishiki Altron NFS by Richard Cunningham - Tange Prestige (?) 4130 double butted tubeset
Fork: Tange prestiege (?) 4130 double butted tubeset
Headset: Shimano 105
Crankset: Shimano Dura Ace (7400)
Chainrings: Shimano Dura Ace (7400) 39t & 56t inc DA chain ring bolts
Bottom Bracket: 68mm x 112mm unknown square taper
Front mech: Shimano XT
Rear mech: Shimano Dura Ace (7400) 8spd indexed some scuffing to cage
chain: shimano HG barely any wear
cassette: shimano **7spd ***so bike is effectively 7x2 speed on this setup, can take an 8spd cassette
*Shifters: 8spd Sram Gripshift CX-DT
Saddle: Selle Italia Flite Ti Kevlar
Seatpost: unknown aluminium twin bolt clamp
Stem: 3TTT Record '84 stem ~100mm
Handlebars: Modolo Syntace TT/Triathalon bull bars
Aero-bars: Modolo Syntace 'Jo Klieber' C2 aerobars one pad lost, replaced with foam + velco, feels just as good, but visually not as nice! New pairs available for £7.50 for the pair.
Brake Calipers: Campagnolo veloce
Brake Levers: Shimano Dura Ace (7400) SLR aero-levers
Bike computer: Sigma - needs new battery
Hubs: Shimano 600 tricolor
Rims: Mavic open 4CD aero 650c
Spokes: DT Swiss Revolution (double or triple butted stainless)
quick releases: both shimano 600 tricolor
Tyres: Continental 650c x 19c clincher (with super light inner tubes).
Its yellow, and very light (approx 18lbs). Frame & geometry designed by Richard Cunningham. And pedals not included, but will sell if someone wants, DA 7700 SPD-R in v.good nick
Easiest way to view photos is via expired ebay listing above.
t3h thursday price drops >>>> £275 POSTED!** <<<<<
dibs cranks if you split
No worries. Rings are an unusual 39t + 56t DA 7400s
56t chainring lust...
t3h price drops are in effect.
£325 > £295 > £275 posted!!!!!
Its worth more in parts, which I may resort to in order to keep wolves out.
Last price drops.
£260 posted by some form of courier. No interest then splitting >>>> No idea if frame on its own would be any use to anyone though? It is sexy light (<4lb with fork & headset) if that helps.
Is this bike still available?
Nope, she's long gone. Was sick light, and quick, but never used it as found out the local TT groups were more up their own arses then thought possible, so stuck with road/mtb instead.
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