• Extremely lightweight
    Size 55cm

    Steel/Carbon frame
    Carbon seatpost
    Carbon handlebar
    Carbon front and rear fork
    Shimano Ultegra 10-speed groupset
    (with aftermarket levers, had to replace the original ones because the mechanism wore out)
    Mavic Ksyrium wheels
    Michelin Tyres
    SelleItalia saddle
    Near mint condition

    Can add as a spare its original Silver Ultegra crankset (was replaced with the dark one that it's mounted that has a lighter gear as well)

    I've brought it here personally from Italy, but I'm rarely using it.
    Bike was assembled at Ferretti Bike shop in Bologna, Italy.

    £900 ONO

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  • HH potential

  • shame is not my size, great looking bike. GLWS.

  • what's your size? this frame has a weird geometry

  • Nah mate, I ride 60cm 's and over, but thanks! :)

  • You just need a 180mm stem on this baby boy and you will be sweet

  • 750 mm seat post anyone?

  • Bump

  • got interest for frame and fork, if others are interested in all the other parts please enquiry

  • Drat!!

  • Hi, am interested in frame and fork. What is the Le guys of the top tube and seat tube? Thanks

  • Awful looking bike. What happened the top tube - looks like the guy building the frame dropped it 2-3" before he welded it to the seat tube.....

  • What do you mean? happy to provide measurements

  • please read this article on the colnago website, you could learn something new today

  • I like the look of the frame tbh. I wouldn't worry about some idiot who can't even write properly. GLWS

  • Not that awful, depends what your after. If its not your cup of tea then keep your shit opinions to yourself. GLWS

  • Steady on lads....
    Am I not allowed an opinion?
    Anyway, I'm aware of a sloping tube geometry, but I'd never seen one where the juncture of the top tube to the seat tube was below that of the rear stays to the seat tube.
    @Ghirotto I think you meant " .. depends what you're after.".
    GLWS, but certainly not my cup of tea.

  • No offence meant, sometimes people who have had back surgery or have back problems prefer a sloping top tube that's all. If it means you can ride then it doesn't matter what it looks like. I do apologise for my wrong English, of course its "you're". Slappy wrist.

  • I'd be possibly interested in the wheelset

  • Bump! Still up for grabs

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For Sale: Scapin Sound Steel/Carbon road bike - Shimano Ultegra 10 speed + Mavic Ksyrium wheels

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