One teeny weeny XS touring frame for sale. It takes 700c wheels, but is ideal for the more diminutive rider - 42cm seattube centre to top, 51cm effective top tube. Cantis not disk brakes. It's made of Reynolds 631 tubing, and has all the braze-ons and fittings one could hope for. The red pearlescent/flamboyant paint is in good condition, with a few very minor dings and scrapes, with one exception - there's a worn patch on the inside of the fork crown. Includes rear brake hanger and good BBR60 bottom bracket. Originally purchased from SPA Cycles, I gather it's the same as the Hewitt 631 touring frame.
In action in Iceland being ridden by Cycliste:
Reason for sale is that it's been replaced by a custom Geoff Roberts touring frame which fits in Cycliste's diminutive bike box rather more easily.
£160 including shipping to the UK. No international shipping I'm afraid.
Sorry slightly too small.
Yep, it's a niche item - ideal for anyone between 5'0" and 5'4" I'd say.
Lovely. Wish I could find a reason to buy this for my 5'4" beloved. But there's really no need. Will keep my ears open for a another smaller rider on the lookout for a tourer.
If you can arrange posting to me in Lancashire, I think this would be perfect for my missus!
All PMs replied to. @Cosme called dibs, and PM'd first, so at the moment I think @Cosme is top of the queue.
A few things I forgot to mention in the original listing - the rear spacing is 135mm (not 130mm), and the frame takes a 27.2mm seat post and a standard 1 1/8" external headset. There's 175mm of steerer.
Here's some additional random pics I've sent to @liam-h:
Sold and shipped.
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