After much soul searching and with number two on the way, I need to clear space and put some money away for a rainy day, and so I'm selling my good bike. This is my Carbonda CFR505 Di2 "New York Mets" bike. Details are:
Frameset: Carbonda CFR505 in New York Mets colours. Comes with third bottle cage mount on underside of downtube and BSA threaded bottom bracket.
Groupset: Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8070 with RS785 shifters and BR805 disc calipers. 50/34 172.5mm cranks, 11-34 cassette.
Wheels: Replaced the HEDS with Hunt 4Season Gravel Disc which I only bought at the beginning of the year and has done less than 200 miles as I've been off my bike for most of this year. Tyres are new as well, and they're the Pirelli Velo Cinturato 35mm setup tubeless with Orange Endurance sealant.
Finishing kit: Ritchey EvoMax 44cm handlebars, ULTIMATE USE Race stem 90m +/- 8 degree. Saddle is a Fabric Scroop Pro Shallow with carbon rails.
I'm looking to sell the bike as a whole for £1,350
For now I'm looking to sell the bike as a whole. I would consider splitting but only if a buyer takes the whole groupset and wheelset. I'm happy to keep the frame for the future.
I'll post more photos later this evening.
Details of the build can be found here.
Interested if wheels alone
good price, good build, cant say I am not tempted only for the 3rd bottle cage ; )
This is a great price for this amount of bike.
Interested in the groupset if split happens
Lovely looking bike, what size is a large for other users?
Good luck with the sale
Poss interested in full bike - would it fit someone 6ft - 6ft 1ish?
For reference, I'm 5"9 and it's definitely on the large size for me, hence the short stem. I was advised by seller to go for the medium. With that in mind, I think for 6'0-6'1 it would be bang on. If you're in London, happy they let you have a spin on it
@Simon33133, @Saffronspokes if no interest by next week I'd be willing to split.
Idea of any price for ws ?
Old Netherlands away team colours too.
I've seen the bike in the flesh and it is a very well looked after bike.
I have just checked the geo chart and there is a M 54cm and a L 57cm:
I take it yours is the L 57cm with a projected TT of 57cm?
Bike is sold to @OpaquePineapple Take good care of it :D Thanks everyone for your interest.
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