2004 Allez Pro frame 56cm(E5 aluminum- same as what they still use on their top range alu). I have ridden this as my main race / fast road bike for the last 2 years and is an ideal crit bike- light and stiff (weighd the frame before build and was about 1300g). My lack of success is certainly not down to the bike, put it that way.
Good condition and kept in decent order. Tyres have plenty left on them and the wheels are in good condition and true and little rim wear. It has a small little dent on the RH seat stay at the bottom. Specialized C4 full carbon fork. Generally havent done many miles on it as it is pretty much used just for races and time trials, rarley for club runs ect, so not seen too much shitty weather.
Campagnolo Veloce 9 Speed Cassette 23-12 (could be converted to 10spd quite easily)
Campagnolo Veloce Rear Mech / Mirage Front
Campagnolo Veloce Chainset 52/39
Wipperman 908 chain
Campagnolo Mirage 10spd RH shifter
Campagnolo Mirage LH shifter
Campagnolo Mirage Brakes, Aztec pads/shoes
Ritchey Comp 130 Stem / Seat post
Deda 215 Shallow Bars 46mm o-o
Campagnolo Zonda clincher wheels
Elite Cuissi gel cages
Exustar EPS pedals (Look Keo)
Saddle not included
Total weight just under 8.1kg on my scale.
Looking for £280. P.S. I am in Banbury so can meet @ Oxford M40 or post for another £15. Thanks, Tim
nice rig at a very fair price. if it don't shift in next couple of weeks I might come take a look at it myself when up in banbury for Xmas.
meantime have a bump and glws
Looks quite small for a 56cm. What height are you?
Cheers, no probs jonny please do! Yes it probably looks small as its a 'compact' style frame and a fairly low head tube (160mm). Built before the term 'sportive' frame was invented! Its the same geo (infact the same frame except top tube) as the then top of the range aluminium S-works model that Cippolini ect rode except that had a 150mm head tube (on a 56).
Horizontal TT is 563mm. Seat tube C-T is 520mm.
I'm 5ft 11, and recon it would be ok for someone up to about 6ft but obv prob best to ride it if you are not sure. Stem can go up about 15mm if needed.
Dibs, pming now.
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