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Not riding this bike enough due to geometry differences (Can't get used to switching between bikes) so it needs to go.
2011 Giant Defy Advanced 0 frameset built up with:
2010 Campagnolo Athena Ultrashift groupset (Chorus cranks)
new dura ace 9000 chain
new brake pads
new gear cables
new conti ultra sport tyres
Fulcrum racing 5 wheels
Ritchey WCS bars
Specialised adjustable angle stem (8 & 16.5 degree options)
Size medium - 545mm top tube
Any questions just ask!
Price $1250 - or will trade for a road bike with lower stack height (racier).
Hey is this bike still for sale?
I've made a post in the new cyclist forum ( viewtopic.php?f=9&t=77058 ) and I'd add your bike to the list of interesting bikes.
If you could call me on --- we could have a chat about it. I'm also in Adelaide.
Last edited by mUnky on Wed Jul 16, 2014 6:46 am, edited 1 time in total.
Anyone want to buy this with the pictured 2014 easton EA70 wheels for $1600? It's a great combo for fast mile munching - wide profile lightweight rims and Giant's frame design means this thing climbs like a dream. For those familiar with Norton Summit, this bike knows how to do it in 14:47
That's gonna result in me keeping too much of it as "spares". So what if the components don't match? They provide me with the best performance for the $$ I was willing to drop. The stem is destickered and has a glossy finish which matches the WCS bars quite nicely
Figured some "proper" photos would help
Might also take cyclotaur's advice - will sell the frameset if people are interested in that.
So $1800 for the complete bike
Frameset will include: the frame, fork, seatpost, headset, and a spare headset with 5mm stack height (pictured). Think $800 is a fair price.
Not keen on selling the groupset/wheels as I can use them for other things. But if you want to buy frame + wheels or something we can work something out.
Let me know if you have any questions. Will also consider reasonable offers, and of course a trade for a lower stack height frame.
Revising frameset price to $700 after seeing the prices Competitive Cyclist and CRC are doing... (Scary if you ask me)
Will go cheaper if you want to buy the frame and the generic wheels I'm selling.
Buy the bike + fulcrum 5 rear wheel and you've got a 4 seasons set up (fulcrums on the trainer and eastons on the road). All you'll need to do is swap out the rear wheel and it's ready to ride on your ergo trainer. - will do the lot for $1800.
Will also do a good deal for a good home
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