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Koiled titanium road bike.
58cm square frame.
Had this built late last year but now have a Ritte coming (team bike).
As a result, between these 2 and my Moots I will have 1 too many road bikes.
Happy to sell complete or as a frameset.
Koiled ti frame
Koiled carbon fork
Chris King headset and bottom bracket (blue)
Kent Eriksen seatpost
Deda RHM01 bars and Zero1 stem
SRAM Red shifters, rear derailleurs and cranks
SRAM Rival front derailleur and brakes
SMP Dynamic or Composit saddle (your choice)
Ultegra hubs laced to Stans Alpha 340 rims
Looking for $5,000 complete
Frame, fork, Kent Eriksen seatpost, blue Chris King headset and blue Chris King bottom bracket - $4,000
Yep, never said that they weren't.
The ones that are coming on the bike if you buy it will be the ones I stated and probably have less than 1000km on them.
I'd never heard of Koiled, but like the stuff that theyre bringing in. Their branded bikes sound like theyre designed here, built custom for you in/by XXXXXXXX, sent to you. Is that right? Do you know who built this one?
Retro MTB fan
Sumgy, I am not in the market for your bike, to rich for me. But just a suggestion. As the bike was custom built for you perhaps putting in your dimensions, ie height, inside leg, arm length ect might help people interested to see if it would suit them.
I can see how the description could be misunderstood.
It is custom built (as in there is only one of it, built for me).
But it is not custom sizing. It is a fairly standard 58cm square frame (58cm seat tube and 58cm top tube.
The tubes selected were selected to provide a frame stuff enough for crit racing and at the same time I believe that this frame is a far smoother ride than even my Moots (and the Moots is smooth).
The only thing a little out of the ordinary is that I had the head tube extended 10mm above the intersection with the top tube which meant that I then minimise the number of spacers needed. We also selected cowled dropouts, a chain holder (for when your rear wheel is removed) and an integrated seatpost binder (rather than using a clamp).
Nobody wants a titanium bike?
Looking for offers.
Happy to split but want the frame sold first.
I suspect loads of people would love a Ti bike, but I know I don't have 5K floating around
That is why I am offering to sell off the frame and looking for offers.
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