Hello, also have in 55-56 cm frame another aelle tretubi framed bike for sale. The groupset full 6400 shimano 7s (incl. headset, bb, and wheelset, and also pedal)
Sorry not available as a complete bike longer!
are those toe clip adapters on the pedals?
Yes I think, maybe I can offer a pair of cristophe with.
Hows it going? is the bike still available? Looks great!
Those forks don't look right. Are they bent a little?
I've checked but runs paralell and wheel on the middle.
Yes, still available.
The fork is defintely bent, and probably the frame also has a dent. Could you make a detailed picture from the lug and the fork, cause i wouldn't trust this this frame.
This guy's been selling on here a while and anybody who's bought off of him has been very happy with the service and product delivered.
Now, I don't know what it is you think you're seeing in the photograph, but peering down upon the subject, the way the photographer has done, lines are going to get distorted, the image may well mislead.
Time and time again I've seen people on here, with no apparent understanding of optics, accuse sellers of pushing bent bikes when it's simply been a case of lens distortion; the camera ALWAYS lies.
Yes tomorrow I ' ll take more closer pictures of that part and we'll see.
ive had many bikes from bellabici his service is outstanding!
What lens was used to take the picture? Fork looks very unusual. Im not saying its bent or broke but it doesnt look like a common geometry to have a fork so far back.
It's not really about the lens: it's to do with the front wheel being turned slightly; it's leant against a wall; the position of the camera being above the bike looking down; the fact that it's probably a fairly wide angled lens and so the edges of the photograph are 'stretched' - nobody's suggesting the rear-wheel is oval shaped, for example, yet that's how it looks in both the pictures above.
Just see what seller has to say and take his word for it...
Well @bellabici will double check. I also got a wonderful bike from him delivered quickly and neatly.
He also seems to have a love for wonderful Aelle stuff !
Woah, wasn't doubting bellabici - optics aside the forks looks to have had a front impact and was just asking for confirmation or otherwise. to my eye the clearance between the wheel and downtube is a little close and Photoshop zoom, enhance etc. there seems to be a small ripple under the DT.
I have a friend looking for a bike like this so I'd like to see high res or better, straight on images to compare.
My comments were more directed at Herrjaans who said, "The fork is defintely bent, and probably the frame also has a dent."
They would have been better advised messaging the seller, rather than sowing seeds of doubt in the minds of potential buyers.
''Time and time again I've seen people on here, with no apparent understanding of optics, accuse sellers of pushing bent bikes when it's simply been a case of lens distortion; the camera ALWAYS lies.'' first line of next comment, ''It's not really about the lens'' haha. The description is ultimately is true, it just seems to get a little contradictory along the way!
It's all just a matter of perception, but i'd welcome close ups too.
@TRA righ you are! I moved down from the loft the bike and took out the fork, there I saw at the fork crown stay the problem! Thanks for others the vindication but it is clearly my fault!
Now I ask the all lfgss community's forgiveness! The project ereased as a complete bike, but I will split the bike and sell the 6400 groupset alone!
Nice one Bellabici - I'm sure all forgiveness will be given :)
How much for the groupset, love the tricolour stuff?
Maybe I should have said it's not really about the TYPE of lens. All lenses will distort in an environment like this to some degree, so asking what type of lens was used won't really help in this particular instance.
How much for groupset ?
130 for groupset/wheelset posted (incl. headset, bb)
@bellabici do you have pictures of the gruppo? very reasonable price imho!
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