I paid £200, there may be more photographs in this thread, I'll see if I can send you some more.
No worries. Hope you are reunited soon!
Far too much faffing with cable discs, flat mount/post mount, bb30a adapters and all manner of other stuff involved in this but it's finally done.
Etap has never seemed more appealing.
Don't think they've invented an eTap BB/brakes yet.
Am a sucker for a yellow bike though. Nicely slammed too!
The issue that nearly finished me was trying to route a compressionless cable plus the gear cables round the bottom bracket so it cleared the axle. Nightmare. Not having the cables in there plus having a hydraulic hose to route instead would have made it significantly easier!
I live in a world of externally routed bikes, so can only imagine your pain. Does sound like a right faff though.
Me too, up until this point. It does look so much better though.
Until it rattles across every bump, or slices your crank axle in half, or gives you shit braking performance, or...
Nice bike though
Anyone have an idea what tire width a 2012-2015 Supersix Evo takes? Will be having a look at a frame set, but hesitant as is about 2h drive...
My HM took 25s max, they've got a nice ride feel if that's your concern, and I once rode it through Epping Forest.
The internets state mostly the same. I have 25mm Vittoria Corsa's on most my wheels, but they measure up to almost 28mm when mounted.
25c Corsa on wide rims was fine on a 2011/2012 (the one I'm selling...)
I’m running 26mm specialised turbo cottons on my SuperSix with wide carbon rims and there’s decent room, I’d not go much wider though
My 2015 HM would fit a 25mm measured width tyre on 19mm internal rims. Any larger than that would rub
Saeco Six13 - Neo Retro Velo
Pfft. Too good
Straight to HHSRB >>>>>
very very nice
3D logos are 3D.
Noice. Though three bags is a bit steep for this.
He is selling a cheaper caad 4 on Dura Ace for two.
Haha that is quite optimistic pricing
Wow. Maybe £1100 split for the six13? Where's £3000 coming from?
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