Selling my 2014 Croix De Fer 931 in size 56.
Currently built up with the following:
Frame: 56cm Croix De Fer 931 (drilled for Di2) with Chris King threadless headset
Fork: Genesis carbon
Stem: Kalloy Uno Stem 110mm
Bars: Fizik Cyrano R3 Bull (44cm) with Fabric Knurl tape
Shifters: Shimano Ultegra Di2 ST-6770
Crankset: Dura Ace 7400 (custom anodised matte black) with Stone 44t chainring
BB: Shimano UN-55
Pedals: Shimano m520
RD: XT Di2 M8050 11 Speed Rear Mech
Brakes: TRP HYRD
Wheels: H Plus son Archetype rims | Novatec hubs with Sram PG 1130 (11-42) cassette | Schwalbe G-One 38mm tyres
Seatpost: Zipp Service Course
Saddle: Specialized Romin Expert
Everything is in good working order, the usual scratches on things like the levers and RD but nothing serious. There is one snapped spoke in the front wheel but I'm happy to get it replaced before it's sold. There are some burn marks on the downtube and chainstay from where I had the frame customised by Argos cycles in Bristol. They drilled the downtube and chainstay with reinforcement diamonds for the di2 routing, burning off the clearcoat in the process. I'll upload some images to show this as it might be a bit too 'rough and ready' for some.
I'm asking for £1400 including the original steel fork and a Di2 charger. Just to note, the photos are from a couple of months ago when I had a Thomson stem, seatpost and Brooks saddle fitted. I'll update them when I get a chance or can potentially include in the sale for an extra cost.
The bike is located in Bristol so ideally I would like to sell it locally but open to other options as I do head up to London every couple of months for work.
Details of the burning from the Di2 drilling.
Cool bike, GLWS.
Really cool build, may I ask where you had your cranks anodized? They look very sharp.
This is a bargain.
Not really a bargain for a close to 10 year old bike...its priced a bit high but it is cool so who knows?
I don't agree, frameset with steel fork cost was £1,200 for 931, it's DI2, with reasonable wheelset so not unrealistic.
It's a place in Bristol called Bryony Metal Treatments. I would definitely recommend them if you're in the South West.
Rare and lovely frame. Stainless frames are very expensive nowadays. I'd like to buy this - but I already have one:
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