Sadly selling my Supersix. Great frame and many comfortable miles have been put in on it.
The bike was always very well looked after, and there are not many scratches to show for it (please see the photos for an accurate description of the condition) - regularly serviced and the frame checked for wear.
Points to note - the drive side of the bottom bracket area is scuffed from chain drop.
The top tube decal has taken a knock and left a ripple in the lacquer.
The drive side chain stay has some marks from chain slap.
The rear brake bridge has some cracks to the paint (purely visual damage).
Included in the sale is:
-A new FSA headset (500 miles)
-A BB30 to British Thread adapter has been installed (so you won’t have any creaky bottom bracket issues)
-A Campagnolo front derailleur clamp
-A carbon fork expander bung
-A seat clamp
I can also include the silver Thomson Elite post for £20 extra. Like new!
I am looking for £300 via PayPal. Postage in the U.K. will be £25 on top. Note that it will be packaged extremely securely and with tracking.
Collection is also welcome in Camberwell or Soho, London.
And a couple more including how I had it built/ how you will look when riding
I might aswell add the obligatory “It was made in the US of A”
Is the threaded adapter bonded in dude? Or removable?
Hey mate. It’s an FSA adapter - I pressed it in using a headset press alongside Loctite “609” which comes provided with it. So essentially it is bonded in, but FSA do also produce a tool which will allow you to remove it
I see ta, is the CAAD7 long gone?
So many great Dales for sale atm but this is next level, GLWS
It’s not in my hands anymore! It’s now with a good friend
Provisionally sold awaiting payment
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