I've reached the dreaded N+ too-many, so my teal KCB two-speed is now up for sale.
Great no-nonsense commuter bike with Sram automatic (automatix) two speed hub whereby the second gear kicks in automatically when you get up to around 8mph. Basically, it works so that it's easy to set off from a standing start and then kicks in once your cruising along - without the fuss or clutter of cables and shifters.
Frame is 60cm and suitable for someone around 5'10" to 6'4". I'm a stupid 6'6" high which makes it a touch small for me hence the ridicules saddle height.
I've owned this from new, and there are the usual scratches from use but no dents or dings. Teal paint, upgrade Brooks sprung B67 saddle (3yr old), Porteur bars with black leather tape.
it cost £590 3 years ago (now priced at £700 ,
I'd like £350 ono.
Price Drop £300 ono
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price drop bump
now £300 ono
Assume that stem can be slammed? I've sent to a friend who is about six foot.
Beautiful bike btw.
cheers. The stem isn't as high as it looks in the side-on view but could defo go down an inch or two - although will the sprung saddle it might not be too comfy...
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