So here’s my clearout sales thread. Combining a couple of old sales threads, as I need all of this gone due to arrival of blackfoot jnr.
3 Frames are a Ti Pretorius Longtom, purple track frame, and a mixte, miscellaneous items are mostly handlebars and saddles, a couple of stems, some front Disc wheels and vintage pedals.
Can post, but would prefer pick up from Stockwell, I am at home for the next five weeks. Dibs if you want, but first with the cash in my hand or account gets the goods. If using paypal fees are on you..
If these aren't gone in the next couple of weeks will move to Ebay..
Frame 1: Ti Frame
Brought a Di2 commuter and need the funds to replace that frame with a Ti one, so this one is up for sale. One in, one out and all that jazz
Pretorius Long Tom 57cm Titanium Frame
Easton EC70- Carbon Forks - 43mm Rake (uncut alu steerer)
BB - 68mm
Tune 1 1/8 External Headset, Purple
Takes a 31.6mm seat post
top tube 57cm
seat tube 55cm ctc/ 58ctt
rear spacing 120mm
There are some scratches and marks on the frame.
A scrape on the forks, (purely cosmetic) from when I brought the frame home first. Can take closer pictures of it if need be.
The track ends have eyelets for mudguards and rear triangle and brake bridge are also drilled for them, as I envisioned this as an all weather commuter.
Frame is not drilled for a rear brake.
Looking for £850
Pictures are below
Frame 2: No Name Purple Track Frame
Brought from Jos and Keith at Tour de Ville (one for the elders on the forum), originally came with a yellow paint job, and a random collection of stickers. Had it resprayed at Colourtech, in a flamboyant purple, stove enamel.
There’s a dent at the top of the left seat stay, and the paint is chipped down that side, from a locking/falling incident, and some incidental chips around the frame and forks. Paint has worn away at the dropouts, but I was always told that the paint wasn’t the most robust.
Have no idea what the tube set is or who built the frame, think its 531 or higher, its light and stiff (relatively) etc etc, I just know it’s lovely and had much fun riding round Herne Hill Velodrome and on the streets of london.
Double crown fork ISN’T drilled for a brake.
BB - 68mm
Comes with a Miche Supertype Seatpost 26.8mm seat post
and Tange threaded headset
top tube 56cm ctc
seat tube 56cm ctc
rear spacing 120mm
Frame 3: Mixte
So here we have a Koga Miyata mixte frame for the taller rider. Brought it off the forum built it up as a porteur and then bought a new frame to replace it.
Size is 58cm (effective) CtC
Top Tube 58cm CT Seat Tube.
Spacing at the rear is 120cm.
Takes a 27.2mm seat tube.
Has mudguard and rack eyelets.
A nice champagnesque colour, which is a bit tatty where the paints been worn through, bit of surface rust, but nothing major.
Comes with a nice smooth threaded Stronglight headset.
Looking for £70
Front Alex XD Elite 29er Rims and Shimano 6 bolt disc hubs, with 160mm rotors, both taken off Genesis Day ones. One has track nuts, the other is QR. £40 each
Sram S500 brake levers, cosmetically scuffed and worn, but work perfectly. £30
x1 Genesis black drop road handlebars 31.8mm, 400mm (HB-CR12) again scuffed, but perfectly usable £15
x1 Genesis black drop road handlebars 31.8mm, 420mm (HB-CR12) again scuffed, but perfectly usable £15
Deda Velocita Silver 31.8, 400mm track drop handlebars scrape on one of the drops but again useable £25
Deda Piega Black, 26.0, 380mm, drop road bars £10
NEW Silver Nitto risers B260AA, 480mm, brought for brompton never fitted £25
Gutted I've not got funds for the purple bike that I don't really need!
Selle SMP RIF 600 £10
No name blue saddle scuffs nose and tail £5
Genesis Saddle hardly used £15
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