A little clear out.
1) Dura-ace 7800 front brake caliper. Great condition, hardly used. I purchased too many, and ended up with two and a half sets, so selling this front. These are awesome brakes, and often referred to as the benchmark for braking power. The new 7900 brakes have replaced them, but they use a different pull ratio, so as far as I know this is the best brake caliper you can get that'll work with other levers. £50 + postage. They're something like £90 in the shops.
2) Shimano ultegra 6600 cranks. No rings, bolts of bottom bracket ... just the cranks.
Great cranks, I had them on my Roadrat for two years as my summer commuter with a single speed ring and bash guard. Not sure what else I can say, they're light, stiff and just great. Stripping the bike now to make way for a new bike, so all the parts are going to be listed. £50 + postage.
The box is from R700 cranks, not the 6600s
3) Shimano deore rear derailleur (I know, not really fixed gear or single speed, but someone may have a use). It came with a bike I purchased for the frame. I replaced the jockey wheels with new shimano ones for £10. Since then it has seen at most 20 miles of riding, then sat in the garage for a year. Given the condition and new jockey wheels, I am after £15 + postage
4) Cotic Roadrat frame/fork, with headset, seatpost clamp and seat post. I'll keep the stem. I purchased three years ago. I used for summer commuting for that time. It's a great bike, a real jack of all trades. I've had it setup as a drop bar roadie with gears and single speed, a flat bar 1x9 for commuting, with racks and fenders ... everything. It's a 'short large', so I guess 5'11'' to 6'2'' depending if you run with flat bars or drops.
The bike was £800, the frames and forks are £300 I think. I believe £130 is fair. It has marks from crud catcher mudguards etc ... it was a functional bike for me, not a show bike or anything.
I only have pictures of it built up, but next weekend will snap some of the stripped frame in the daylight.
I have more things to sell, and will list when I get a chance. Collection from Cambridge is possible.