For sale is my Canyon Ultimate in a size S (54 in Canyon sizing.)
Collection is from London E1, viewings are welcome
The frame is pretty damn near immaculate. I've photographed the one single blemish to the paint I've been able to find, which is on the NDS Chainstay. It's approx 1mm in diameter, maybe less.
As pictured it weighs bang on 7kg. However, I'll be swapping the currently mounted 105 11-32 cassette out for a nearly new R8000 11-30, and will also be swapping the mid-cage RD out for a short cage one prior to sale. This might shave another 50gr or so.
I'm looking for £1850 £1800 in the following setup.
Ultimate frameset size S
110mm Canyon V13 Stem, S13 carbon Seatpost - 15mm-35mm setback
Full R8000 groupset. 11-30 cassette, 52/36 - 172.5 chainset (kmc chain)
Campagnolo Bora One 50 clinchers (latest model with AC3 brake track) - brand new campag red brake pads, and new freehub body.
Gp4000ii 25mm rear, GP5000 25mm front, both low mileage
Zipp SL70 Aero bars - 40cm c-c
Carbon EC90 Saddle
Month old Supacaz bar tape
Everything greased, torqued, lubed, cabled, frame protectored, and otherwise maintained as it should be. Fresh cables, with TRP compressionless housing for the brakes.
Front wheel was a warranty replacement and as such is nearly new. Rear has approx 6,000km on it. Hubs are bloomin perfect.
I actually had the fork out of this frame a while back, and was genuinely surprised as to how nicely this frame is made, as visible from the layup inside. I'll see if I can dig the photos out. I'd imagined I was going to find a mess but it's essentially pristine, A-class work.
Any questions do just ask. Similarly if you want any more pics
paint chip, and scratched shifter name plates(replaceable)
For ref I'm 174cm and have a 745mm saddle height. Plenty of room to go either way. This frame was a perfect fit for me.
Drop -> £1800
Great deal considering the the wheels which are probably worth half of the asking price on their own. I have them and love them.
Thanks for the endorsement!
Yep the wheels are bloomin amazing.. They are bonkers fast and I will miss them sorely. If I remember I weighed the set at 1420 ish grams and of course they don't even need rim tape. Genuinely in two minds about letting this lot go but anyway, onwards and upwards
Also, pics of inside of headtube and general carbon loveliness as mentioned in first post:
that is a good deal. and yes those wheels... tubeless ?
is the saddle an ebay thing ? what's the weight ?
The wheels are not tubeless. Only Bora WTO are, I believe.
Saddle is indeed an ebay thing. Has served me well and is pristine, including the carbon rails. It weighs approx 120gr iirc
Hope that helps!
Bank Holiday Bump..
Also happy to sell this with a barely used (approx 500km on these only) pair of Campag Zonda C17s, for £1250.
They are currently wearing a 28mm gp5000 rear, and a 25mm gp4000 front, and would be supplied with Kool Stop Salmon brake pads installed.
Can upload pics later! Thanks again :)
Hi - if you would ever consider posting, please let me know. I would be interested. Cheers.
Hi good morning.
I'm afraid I'm not up for posting. Given the cost, hassle, and risk I just don't think I trust it for an item of this nature - my apologies.
I would however be up for cycling it to one of the major London stations, were you to decide to get a train in. That's about the best I can do for the time being. Once again my apologies, and I hope that helps!
I may be interested and would like to come and have a look. Not sure how to DM you on this forum. Can you advise
Bike is SOLD
Boras available at £800, including:
2 x 25mm gp5000 / very low mileage, + tubes
(you're of course welcome to keep the currently mounted gp4000ii instead, if preferred)
2 x sets fresh campag Red brake pads, barely used <100km
2 x campag wheelbags, and all included accessories (campag skewers, tyre levers, manuals etc)
New freehub body (shimano, installed 2months ago, at cost of £70)
Hi @SimonE1 , did you sell the Zondas?
Hi mate, yep. Zondas are gone I'm afraid.
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