Cervelo P2 SL 58cm tt frameset
Includes frame, fork, seatpost
History: Bought second hand from original owner for a project which never materialized hence never used by me.
Cosmetic Condition: Good overall - few cosmetic specks/marks/scuffs/light scratches in places. Some superficial tyre rub marks on back of seat-tube. No dents or cracks.
Mechanical Condition: BB and derailleur hanger threads in good order. Horizontal dropout screws work fine. Headset bearings in good condition - headset just needs tightening
Few more notes: Carbon seatpost is dual position (75 and 78 degrees) and appears to be uncut measuring 298mm from bottom to top of seat column. Ample fork steerer to work with (about 62mm from top of top headset cap to top of steerer)
Geometry: In pic below
Detailed pic album: https://www.flickr.com/photos/157225082@N07/albums/72157715815534582
Still considered a good reasonably light and potentially fast tt frame when spec'd with the right components/bars.
£290 collection. Based South London in CR0 area.
Ooooft sorely tempted by this!
Serving suggestion (project that never materialized). Can be a looker.
If this was a 54 I'd bite your hand off
£290 >> £285
Slightly off topic, but the reason that frame is matt black is because Cervelo sprayed it with BBQ paint in a parking lot hours before it went on show at the Las Vegas bike show. I kid you not. People liked it so they kept the colour.
Didn't realise that Jason. That anecdote is the type one would encounter in a book. Any chance you read that in TMRF by Anna Dopico?
I did. Great read. I have it for sale if you are interested.
I’d be interested if you could post it.
Great looking frame. Reminds me of the Soloist series. Timeless style.
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