Making room for bigger rubber so the fixed gear audax is going to have to go.
Condor Tempo Grey 61cm. Notable defects are paint rub from top tube bag and scratch from bike taking a slide at a cafe stop. I'd been waiting to find a nice sticker to cover it.
Condor Carbon Forks with Disc Mounts [Fratello forks] with small white scratch mark about 5cm long just discovered on on leg from the shed. If you would prefer not to have these I have some Van Nicholas ADX forks on my other bike I could swap out - we can chat more about that...
Weinmann wheels with stickers removed and a little flaking of the black when doing this
Ritchey Classic Stem 110mm
Nitto Noodle Bars 48cm wide [can be fitted with narrower GB bars, which are either 40 or 42 I can check)
Brooks Handlebar Tape faded purple - could do with a rewrap
PDW Full Metal Fenders 30mm
Dia Compe Seatpost [scratched]
Conti Gatorskin Rear and GP4000 Front
Cateye Light and Bracket
Mavic Axiom Pedals
Sugino Condor Crankset and Sugino 48t Ring
18t Condor Cog
Saddle is a Spa Cycles copy of Brooks Swallow and needs a tension bolt so I will either sell it without the saddle or can fit new tensioning bolt on request
Let me know if I've missed anything.
Super comfy and fast frameset bought from the forum a while back. I wish I had the space and cash to keep it but alas.
£600 from Bristol.
if you'd split, i'd take the frameset for sure.
Hi @gillies yeah I might take you up on that. If you don’t mind waiting I’ll wait a week to see if anyone’s interested in the complete?
no problem, let me know
...bought from the forum a while back.
...bought from the forum a while back.
Feb 2020 as it goes. 😁
I was recently wondering what happened to this and nearly dropped you a line to see if you still had it...
@Scilly.Suffolk writing to say how much I like this bike is making me seriously question my decision to part with it! It’s done the Dynamo and loads of Audaxing. I love the length of the headtube for comfort and the agility of the frame. Rapid too. Bit bummed about the scratch to the frame - I leant it outside an Audax control and when I came out it was splayed on some gritstone. A constant reminder not to go too hard too early though as that day was tough!
Just realised I said Miche callipers but that’s not this bike - these are Condor. Also, I said Weinmann wheels. The rims are Weinmann but the hubs are Miche.
It was never a frame I sold, then regretted; but rather circumstances forced it on me.
I spent a great deal of time looking for an inclement weather and/or distance frame.
Then even more waiting for that exact MY to come up for sale, so it's good to see it's had some hard use: I was right! 👌
So the wear and tear is good to see, no show pony this.
If it does go to a split I'd be up for the fenders and can collect...
You certainly were. I liked that it came with the original owners purchase pack and a faint smell of musty smoke
Yes, you're the third owner from new and no.2 never built it up. Pretty sure the OG sold it due to lack of use.
Both amused and a little embarrassed that it made it to you, with a whiff of roll-ups.
Anyway, what's the current situation? I have form for buying bikes back...
I can’t make out what’s up with the seatpost. Paint chipping, bird poop, glue?
I swapped the seatpost over from my gravel bike so there’s a bit of mud over a sticker - I’d forgotten about that when I came to take the pics
It was a far less troubling smell than some second clothes I’ve bought. I’ve a wool jumper that smells like pot pourri. The current situation is Gillies asked me about a price and I said a price that is probably a bit high but is about what I’d want to sell it for because for any less I’d rather keep and find a way to store everything. The MTB is currently moving between bedroom and bathroom… I said £300 for the frame set but would probably do the lot for a £475
Thanks for your interest. I’ll probably keep hold of them if I split
Hey - sorry, change of circumstances mean I can't justify another bike right now so I'm out. GLWS!
All good - hope all ok circumstances-wise.
just bought a new house, no cause for concern except for a higher monthly payment and lots of DIY needed :)
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