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Postage Available: Pickup from Melbourne
http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/melbourn ... 1030443160
On Ebay - no reserve.
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/2013-Giant-T ... 767&_uhb=1
Up for sale is my amazing 2013 Giant TCX 1 cyclocross bike.
Advance-Grade Composite fork with alloy OverDrive Steerer
SRAM Rival 10-speed componentry
http://www.giant-bicycles.com/en-au/bik ... /#overview
I bought this bike knowing I have 3 other bikes at home. Planned to ride it on the weekend gravel. This however did not work out as it was only ridden a couple of times. Hardly at all really. Looks brand new, no joke. It was never ridden in the rain and was never used for cyclocross. NEVER USED IN COMPETITION. Absolutely awesome bike, super light, super responsive, bike has been meticulously looked after.
Reason for selling is I have injured my leg, wrist, and shoulder while on my MTB (Cannondale Trigger). My leg is pretty banged up. But healing ok.
The cross top levers have been removed and I didn't use the stock saddle. Both these items are include in the auction as brand new.
Bike has been taken care of immaculately and would suit new bike buyer, see photos for proof. Handlebars do have scratches where cross top levers were mounted. This can be seen in photos.
Bike has been fitted with Cinelli MIke Giant bar tape. This bar tape is super soft and grippy. Link below for description.
http://www.wiggle.com.au/cinelli-mike-g ... ebar-tape/
This bike is in perfect condition and looks great. The Black/White/Blue paint job looks really sweet and the frame is just superb. The curve of the angles to the placement of the cables are perfect for cyclocross. The tires have plenty of tread, obviously as I barely rode it.
Pedals will not be included.
The bike being a large will suit anybody from 5 foot 11 to 6 foot 3.
Let me tell you, this bike is pretty much brand new, always kept clean, barely ridden and is always stored inside. Like all my bikes, It's been taken care of heartily.
Specs as below -
Frame ALUXX SL-Grade Aluminium w/ Eyelets
Fork Advanced-Grade Composite, Alloy OverDrive Steerer
Handlebar Giant Connect SL, 31.8
Stem Giant Contact
Seatpost Giant Connect SL, Composite, 30.9
Saddle Giant Performance Road, Men's
Shifters SRAM Rival
Front Derailleur SRAM Rival
Rear Derailleur SRAM Rival
Brakes TRP CX 9
Brake Levers SRAM Rival w/ Tektro RL721 Top Bar Levers
Cassette SRAM PG-1050 11x28, 10-Speed
Chain KMC X10L
Crankset SRAM Rival, 38/46
Bottom Bracket SRAM GXP, Press Fit
Rims Giant P-R2, Double Wall
Hubs Giant Sealed Bearing, 24/28h
Spokes DT Swiss Competition, 14/15g
Tires Kenda Slant 6, 700x32, Folding
Pick up only. Cash on pick up preferred.
Any questions, feel free to email me.
Happy to ship bike Australia wide at buyers expense (Please ask for quote), bike will be safely packed and shipped via professional courier.
Please note this bike is also listed elsewhere so I will reserve the right to end the auction early if sold.
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