I built this one for me for wandering around on and off road, and also to put my TIG welding skills to good use. Fave moment on this bike - riding those converted railway tunnels outside Bath.
It's Columbus Zona with a Kinesis CXD fork and colour matched Portland Design Works mudguards. Paint is metallic grey with a petrol (that not-quite-turquoise blue) top tube detail. Paint was by Cole Coatings. The TIG welds were finished with a very fine coat of 55% silver brazing rod that was sanded smooth.
It's a pretty standard 54cm road geo, with a 550mm effective top tube. The frame has headtube-mounted gear adjusters, and it's eyeleted for a rear rack if you fancied putting one on.
Saddle height is set to 730mm in the pictures
Columbus Zona tubeset, Kinesis CXD fork. Paragon machine works dropouts
105 5800 mechanical groupset, 50-34 172.5mm chainset, 11-32t cassette
TRP Spyre mechanical disk brakes
DT Swiss X392 rims, Sapim Race spokes, on Hope Evo 2 hubs with Hope QR skewers
Ritchey comp stem, bar, seat post. Thompson seat post clamp
Charge spoon saddle (I have a couple of Fizik ones knocking about if that's more your thing)
Unbranded Arundel carbon fibre bottle cages
No pedals at the mo, but I think I have some XT SPDs in the loft I could stick on.
£550 collection from North London N4. All sale proceeds going to charity. If you don't know the background to the sale, it's here https://www.lfgss.com/conversations/361897
Dibs have pm'd
This is now on hold.
I'm pricing them to sell because I really want them out in the world and being ridden again.
PM'd in case it falls through.
Nth dibs! & Pm’d
that is an absolute bargain!! lovely bike
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