Cycle to work scheme has sorted me out with a rekindled purple CAAD12 Disc relationship, so moving this on.
Have absolutely loved riding it, done about 1000km since winter, all dry miles apart from 1 drizzly MetOffice-fail. Under 7.5kg as pictured.
Looking for £1200 collected (Kingston/Thames Ditton/Esher)
Spec and pics as below:
F&F - Trek Emonda ALR 56cm in that 'blurple' colour
Groupset - Ultegra R8000 (cranks 170*50/34, 11-28 7800 cassette, direct-mount calipers with Swissstop Pro BXP)
Wheels - DCR Vivaldi, 19mm internal (new for this build) / Schwalbe One 28mm tubeless'ed
Stem - Bontrager Elite 100mm
Bars - Cannondale C1 42cm (R76/D125)
Seatpost - Reilly Vector carbon, inline, 27.2
Saddle - Fizik Arione R7
Always an honour to get the amey seal of approval!
I almost bought the carbon SLR version of these for those direct mount brakes. Then backed out and bought an SL. It was an amazing bike!
best colorway of this bike by far
big deal. kind of wish i hadn't just finished a satisfying enough rim build.
what is the BB spec ?
its BB86, you can put a Hope BB in there. same as my checkpoint.
cheers, ultimately i think purple would be the un-deciding factor as far as i am concerned.
good luck with the sale ! good seller good buy
Dibs, PM incoming!
Lovely - good deal
Yep, it's a Wheels MFG one in there I think, @crow can confirm as can't see it in the original frame only ad anymore. Faultless and squeaky-free so far.
Cheers @glws. And conversely it's the purple that hooked me....and have moved to an even more purple-er CAAD12, albeit without any of that lovely colour flip magic
@Mervo3000 has un-dibs'ed, so still available
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