Not an easy decision but it has to go now. The frame is made out of oversized Columbus Spirit tubes with stainless steel DS chain stay. Light and very stiff. I think Interceptor combines a very subtle mix of race and endurance features and is indeed very versatile road frame set.
More info here
The bike is in very good condition. Frame has some paint chips here and there, mostly on the DS seat stay and around BB shell edges (I will include 500ml of custom navy Blue colour spray paint for touch ups). Other than that it is in very good condition.
The group-set has done around 1500km.
Wheels have 1500 dry kilometres in them (no visible wear on the brake tracks).
Stem, handlebars, headset and cables are as new.
The front fork was professionally re-sprayed by Steve at Aurum.
More photos here
Frame: Jaegher Interceptor (around 1400g)
Fork: Columbus Minimal
Wheels: Giant SLR 1 Aero. 25mm Gavia SLR 1 tyres set as tubeless
Groupset: Shimano Ultegra R8000 (11-28, 170mm, 50/34) with Kmc x11-EL golden chain
Stem: Specialized S-Works 110mm 17º. It's not in the photos but this is stealth black version stem and it nicely aligns in parallel with horizontal top tube
Handlebars: 42cm carbon Fizik Cyrano R1. Chameleon version I believe
Seatpost: Canyon S23 carbon 27.2. The seat tube is oversized (bigger tube dia, more welding area) and therefore has shim installed by Jaegher so 27.2mm post can be used
Saddle: Reilly carbon
Headset: 1 1/8 Chris King Threadset - Navy. The head tube is oversized (bigger tube dia, more welding area) and therefore has shim installed by Jaegher so 1 1/8 headset can be used
Bottom Bracket: Chris King Threadfit - Navy
Cables: silver Jagwire Road Pro (teflon coated cables etc.)
Top Tube: (C-C) 553mm
Seat Tube: (C-C) 560mm
Head tube: 155mm
Head tube angle: 73°
Seat tube angle: 73°
Fork rake: 45mm
O.L.D.: rear 135mm / front 100mm
Bottom bracket: BSA
Seat post diameter: 27.2mm
Max tire clearance: 28mm
SOLD £1490 (now £1415) + £470 for Giant wheels
very nice. is this the frame that broken77 was selling at some point ?
Correct, I bought it from him. Cool dude by the way and knows a lot about bikes
I hope @broken_777 doesn't mind me sharing the pic of his build. I will take some more photos when it gets dry outside
That is just sooooo nice. One day I'll be in the market for something like this.
Absolutely worth a try. Probably every cyclist who used to ride retro steel bikes as me have a desire to try modern hi-end steel
Man, that's hot! GLWTS
Thanks a lot
Finally managed to take some photos. Sorry for the quality...
Photos are here
£1450 without the wheels
That’s a super lovely build - why for sale? Something like this is a keeper - I thought about selling my Cielo, for a nano second - GLWS dude
Too many bikes, lack of space and now seeing it hanging on a wall until next summer is a pain. Besides that I always wanted to paint a bike myself and I recently got a road frame set which can be sacrificed to this horrible idea
£1975 with SLR 1 wheels or £1425 without
Anything with a name Interceptor is instantly amazing, as is this bike.
Hope it finds new home soon.
I always thought it's a mean name as for this supposedly 'comfortable endurance road' frame!
Hope it does as I plan to move house next month and would really like to find this thing a new home before that...
Bump £1415 w/o wheels
This is really nice.
Wheels are still here. The Jaegher minus wheels is now reserved
It is. I gonna miss this biek
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