Hope Pro4 hubs on RaceFace ARC27 rims 650b. Bolt through hubs 100x12F, 142x12R. 6 bolt disc, Shimano freehub body. Set up tubeless with Specialized Fast Track 650x2.0 tyres. Ideal for gravel bikes. Very little use from new. The wheels alone were £499 new. Looking for £240 posted for the pair including tyres and tubeless valves.
Hope Pro2 Evo hubs on Stan Crest 29er/700c tubeless rims. 6 bolt disc, Shimano freehub. Again, set up 100x12F, 142x12R for gravel bike use. WTB Nano 40c tyres set up tubeless fitted, but I’ve also ran these wheels on an MTB in the past with 29er MTB tyres. These wheels have seen more use as can be seen by the indentations in the freehub body, but they’ve been brilliantly reliable and fast wheels for me and are in good working order. There’s a bit of residue sealant on the rims. Tyres were new recently have seen little use. £230 posted again including valves and tyres.
SRAM Rival 1x shifters/brake levers and Rival rear mech. Mine from new, a few signs of use, but again, good working order. I’m just going Shimano hydro… £130 posted for the shifters and rear mech.
TRP Spyres. Tip top mechanical brakes. Again, signs of use, but good working order. Changed original pads for Swissstop Greens. Plenty of meat of the rear pads, front pads are worn out and need replacing. £45 the pair posted.
3 pairs of SRAM Centreline CLX 6 bolt 160mm rotors including bolts. All in great condition, all seen very little use, virtually no wear on the rotors. I’ve decided not to clean them too enthusiastically for fear of contaminating the braking surface so there’s a little dust/muck on them but the rotors are grease free. £50 each on wiggle, I’m after £45 a pair posted. https://www.wiggle.co.uk/sram-centerline-x-ti-rounded-rotor/
Shimano Dura Ace PD-7810 SPD-SL pedals. Well used, with plenty of scratches and marks for everyone, but smooth bearings and clean threads. £35 posted.
Thomson elite layback post. 410 x 27.2mm. Not going to lie, but it’s far from concours, but again, it’s functionally sound and despite some serious pitting/corrosion where it’s been inserted in the frame, it’s still fits like a glove in a 27.2mm seat tube. Some scuffs and marks above the insertion line too, but I’m sure someone will have a use for it on a posh beater. £20 posted.
Avid 140mm rotor, 6 both. Nowt flash or fancy, but I’ve no use for it. £10 posted.
Stages powermeter, LH only, GXP 170mm. Gen2 model. Had a Gen1 which was a reliability free zone. They replaced it with this and I’ve used it on my fixed gear since and it’s been faultless. Sold the fixed gear, this isn’t needed anymore. £120 posted.
Pics to follow. TIA.
Thomson sold. Thanks!
Oh crap, I've put this in bikes, not "other stuff". Can someone move it to the right section of the classifieds? Ta.
Pm'd regarding shifters and rear mech
I'll take the DA pedals please. PM incoming.
pm for 650 wheels!
Would also be interested in the 650b's.
Thanks everyone for the interest. Updates:
650b wheels sold (several times)
700c wheels sold
Rival shifters and mech sold
1 set of rotors sold
DA pedals sold
I’ll take the TRP brakes cheers k
Can you get a post mount to is adapter for these calipers
Ah, the brakes are flat mount, should have mentioned that. Don't think there's a way to convert them to IS but someone may know better than me...
Cliff has pointed out the Stages looks like a Gen1 not as Gen2 as I indicated. And from looking at the stages website it appears he's right. I had an early Gen1 and it suffered the battery drain issues (water ingress related apparently). They took a little while to solve the problem and waited to replace it until they had a solution.
When they supplied me with this one (the replacement) they told me it was Gen2 at the time. I had no reason not to take that at fave value and importantly it'd never missed a beat as I've already said. But it does look like a Gen1 according to their support pages on the website.
Just thought I'd clear that up as I'd never knowingly mislead. Thnsks for pointing this out Cliff.
Price still stands as original listing as I'd rather keep it and use it than sell it for less that price stated. Thanks, D
If there's a way to make (EDIT: the Spryes) fit on this then I'll take them...
possible available from these people: https://spokeydokeybikes.co.uk/2020/01/02/new-year-new-post/
Looks like @damitamit has found a solution. I'd say it would be more cost effective to just buy some IS mount brakes though TBH.
Ah, Spyres are now sold. Thanks.
PM'd for a pair of rotors, thanks!
All paid for items posted. Just the stages powermeter and diddy avid rotor remaining. Thanks.
Seatpost arrived - thanks for the quick postage. GLWS of the last few bits.
Thanks for letting me know safe receipt. 👍
Stages sold. So pretty much sale thread closed. Thanks to everyone who bought something.
Might have some more items for sale soon, but I'll start a new thread in the right section of the classifieds next time. 🙂
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