Loved but barely ridden N+1 District Carbon for sale
Slightly forced sale - so it could be one I regret.
Lovely condition - spec as original except bar and stem changed to Pro Vibe and Fizik R1 Cyrano - for completeness I can include the original bars:
Frame - OCLV Black Carbon (Pro Geometry)
Fork - Bontrager Race Lite, carbon w/E2 aluminum steerer
Size - 54
Wheels - Bontrager Race Lite Aero wheelset
Tires - Mavic Yksion Pro (original Bontrager Race All Weather I still have but they are cracking a little due to age)
Crank - FSA Energy, 55T Carbon Drive belt sprocket
Sprocket - 22T alloy Carbon Drive belt sprocket
Pedals - NA
Saddle - Bontrager Race
Seatpost - Carbon seatmast cap
Handlebar - Fizik Cyrano R1 (Bontrager Race VR)
Stem - Pro Vibe 120mm Bontrager (Race X Lite)
Headset - Cane Creek IS-2, integrated, cartridge bearings, sealed, alloy, 1-1/8" top, 1.5" bottom
Brakes - Bontrager calliper brakes w/Tektro road levers
Interesting build! But a used carbon fixie with belt drive for £2k?
You are potentially right - I have no idea. It's only because Trek made a limited number of these so it does have some rarity value. It's certainly a head turner on the few times it has been ridden into the city. I'm not sure there are that many singlespeed carbon belt drive bikes out there from anybody - but I'd love to see some more if there are : )
Hiya - I am interested in this single speed. Please can you reach out as I would very much like to know more.
Swisstim - can you DM please as I am keen to see the bike. 077 2949 3948
Price drop down to £1,500 on Ebay at the moment with starting price of £950...it must leave the garage.
Frame weight please
Hi Josh - frame, fork and seatcap weigh in at approx 1,450g
the whole bike should be around the 6.9kg mark, they were light when they came out and every review said the same thing - change the wheels.
Absolutely right @Dogs - wheels are heavy. A light set of wheels will get this down to around the 6kg mark. There was one that popped up on weighweenies that was down to 5.5kg from memory, no idea what the build was.
The District Carbon is essentially the Trek Madone frame/fork and seatmast from 2010: https://www.cyclingnews.com/features/trek-launches-2010-madone-range/
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