Selling my Condor Acciaio due to lack of space. I bought the frameset second hand, but unridden in 2016. The seller bought it new from Condor, selected the custom white paint scheme, then decided not to keep it… more money than sense!
The frame has a few scratches to the paintwork from the usual wear and tear (see photos), a couple of scratches to the fork too. The worst offenders are on the top tube and inside of the rear dropout – could probably do with some attention.
The 105 is still in good condition and fully working, new brake and gear cables just fitted. There is some scratching to the ends of the crank arms and usual heel rub on the drive-side crank. Wheels were rebuilt just over a year ago, very decent Hope hubs and the rims have plenty of life in them. GP5000 tyres are basically new, under 100km use. The seatpost has some scratches from slippage and the seatpost collar has been worn by a saddlebag (Restrap bags sit very low – be warned!). I can include the Look pedals, but they probably need replacing (the bearings have gone, I think).
Looking for £900. Collection from N4. Solid bike overall, build spec below, thanks for looking.
– Condor Acciaio, 58cm, Condor carbon fork
– Shimano 105 groupset 11 speed (52/36, 30-11)
– Handbuilt wheelset: Hope RS mono hubs (red anodised), Kinlin XR22T 32h rims, Sapim Race spokes
– Continental GP5000 25c tyres, basically new
– Deda Superleggero carbon seatpost, 12mm setback, 27.2mm 350mm
– Thomson seatpost collar
– Deda Superleggero stem 120mm
– Deda RHM 02 42cm handlebars
– Fizik Arione saddle
And pics of the wear
Does your bike have dedacciai or Columbus frame?
V nice btw
Hi, it's Dedacciai tubing. It's the Super Acciaio that has Columbus tubing as far as I'm aware.
They did he to Columbus in 2015.
Perhaps not somdifferent anyway
I stand corrected – wasn't aware of the 2015 Columbus tubing, so I assumed it would be Dedacciai. It could be either – any tips on how to identify? Sounds like you know your onions.
What a dunderheid!!
I was thinking of the fratello.
You are correct, deda zero replica.
A really nice bike btw, used to have one and regret selling it.
I need the 61.
Nice condor, sold mine last week. GLWS
Price drop £875
Price drop £850. If no interest will be listing it on eBay at the weekend.
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