Up for sale is my amazing Focus Mares AX cross bike. I bought it brand new in 2016, but it doesn’t get the use to warrant keeping it, so it’s time to pass it on. Great for a hack around the woods or on road with some semi slick tyres. Loads of room for clearance, the biggest I ran were 38s and there was room to breath front and rear. Be sad to se it go, but needs must. The spec is:
Focus Race Cross V2 Alloy Triple Butted frame
Mares CX P2T 10 Carbon T4 fork
SRAM HRD700 Hydraulic Disc Brakes
SRAM Force 1 components
SRAM Force 1 Carbon crank, 42 tooth chainring
Speedplay frog pedals
Rapid Axle Technology thru axles
AClass CEX CD 4.0 DB wheelset with Schwalbe Rapid Rob tyres
Thomson 0 degree 100mm stem
Focus Concept EX bars and seat post
Overall the bike is in great condition, I’ve just greased the bottom bracket bearings with marine grease and I always made sure the bike was cleaned and protected with Muck Off products after every ride. There’s a bit of rash on the brake leavers which I’ve shown in the pics.
I’m based in Essex, but can meet Fenchurch St/ Liverpool St way for collection as I’d rather not post. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Not willing to break atm.
A few pics
Open to sensible offers
Price drop... £850
Potentially sold to @rouleur
Hi, good to see this is sold. Out of curiosity, what is your height? I'm 5"9-ish so think this 56 would have been too big.
Sold to @rouleur, nice to meet you... enjoy
Hey, I'm 6 ft and the 56 was bang on for me
I'm 5'8 and rode a 51 (albeit the carbon version), fit for me was good but I prefer frames on the smaller side.
I'll probably go for a 54 as I'm used to slightly oversized bikes if one becomes available. Cheers for input.
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