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Item: KUOTA KURARO Road Bike
Postage Available: Yes
Details: The bike is Brand NEW. 2013 year model. Size Medium/Large. ETT = 560. Exclusive Italian colour scheme. Check pictures below.
Groupset: Shimano Ultegra Di2
Wheelset: Mavic Cosmic Elite clinchers
Cranks: Kuota CK03 Carbon 50-34T/170mm
Stem: Deda Zero2 100mm
Handlebars: Deda RHM02 420mm
Saddle: San Marco Concor
More detailed photos on request. For the geometry and review check here: http://www.epic-cycles.co.uk/Kuota_Kuraro.html
The bike is located in Cheltenham 3192. Pick up is preferable, but postage at buyer's expence won't be a problem. 04-10663743 Serge.
Item: MICHE SWR Carbon Clincher Wheelset Campagnolo Hub
Postage Available: Yes
Details: New, Campagnolo compatible. Perfect everyday allround wheels. Check the specs and review here: http://www.bikecycle.co.nz/shop/wheels/ ... gory_id=89
The bike is original. Made in Italy. $3000.
Open to your price offers
Ready to negotiate any price, the bike needs to be gone!!!
Mate, I have a suggestion for you ..
When you bump the product, keeping the price the same does little to attract people.
The fact you went from $3500 to $3400 to $3100 to $2600 then back up to $3000 doesn't help.
You may also wanna double check the country of manufacture. From what I know of Kuota, they are Italian brand, totally made in Taiwan.
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OP simply says "Exclusive Italian colour scheme" ........
Anyway, nice bike, wish I wanted it.
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This is true Mark - Italian based design, with Taiwan manufacture - pretty much like most of the 'exotic' italians . the Kuraro is the only model not readily available in Australia. This has made it quite obscure, even more so with Kuota's absence for a year - Kuota has just begun importing to Australia again.
The Kuraro is just shy of the top tier bike K-Uno/KOM. It features the same modulus Carbon - High Mod with nano tubes added - as the K-Uno. Frame weight is just over a keg - quite reasonable. It is Kuota's Aero offering, taking over from the Kebel/Kult.
Features include: BB30, tapered head tube 1 1/8" to 1.5", and an aero seat post that can be flipped around to allow the user to set up road and TT positions - making it reasonably versatile for a person looking for a multi-tasking race bike.
Thanks guys. Didn't know about that trick with the seat post!.. From what I can feel the bike is really light comparing to other set ups in that range.
I had few inquiries and I wish I could go lower with price but the recent exchange rate drop of AUD made the further bargaining impossible, so still $3000 for this new kid on the block and chances are the only one in Au.
The wheelset is sold, the bike is still for sale, one of a kind in Au - just $3000.
Consider it a free bump, but I am not sure what the exchange rate has to do with anything. If the bike is already paid for and already in Oz then the price you paid is a constant in Aussie dollars and you are no better or worse off with a change in exchange rate. Nice looking bike anyway and naturally you can ask for whatever you like. good luck with the sale.
The bike is still for sale.
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