WTS - ADL - Bianchi tape, Lightweight pads, Ambrosio wheels

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WTS - ADL - Bianchi tape, Lightweight pads, Ambrosio wheels

Postby Tids » Mon Feb 04, 2013 5:22 pm

Have some things for sale if anyone is interested.

Rare brand new genuine Bianchi cork celeste bar tape with gel anti vibration pads and chrome Bianchi bar end caps in original packaging. This was used in Paris Roubaix in the early 2000’s to reduce rider fatigue over rough surfaces. Cost $45 when it was brand new a decade ago.

$25

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Almost new hand built Ambrosio Crono F20 tubular wheelset with super rare Campagnolo Record hubs (the last series of the polished hubs in rare 28 hole configuration). The wheels have been built with DT Swiss spokes and nipples and come with the original Campagnolo Record skewers too. Spin like silk and are straight and true.

Front wheel weighs 729 grams (no tyre or skewer)
Rear wheel weighs 858 grams (no tyre or skewer)

Can supply brand new never used or mounted Vittoria Corsa CX tubulars for $70 each or brand new never used Veloflex Carbon tubulars for $95 each.

$450

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Brand new Fortezza Tri Comp tyre (on the left of the picture) black,

$20.

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Brand new genuine Lightweight (by carbonsport in Germany) brake pads suitable for lightweight carbon wheels. These are Shimano compatible.

These retail for $110 at your local bike shop if you can get them.

$60

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Below is some information provided by Carbon sport on the pads.

The new Lightweight brake pads are specially formulated for improved brake performance in combination with carbon fiber rims. They offer drastically improved modulation.
The pads are supplied by the specialists at SWISSSTOP. They are the result of extensive tests in the lab and on the road. Contrary to ordinary pads for carbon rims, our pads do not consist of cork, but of high-performance rubber. This completely new material easily surpassed the results of ordinary cork pads in all tests. Greatest advantages were found with regard to brake modulation, wear, and performance in wet conditions.
During the development process our focus had been

* maximum brake power (wet and dry)
* perfect modulation
* no brake squeal
* least possible wear
* good performance on aluminum brake tracks as well

The latter enables the rider to switch between different wheelsets without having to swap brake pads, as well. While the Lightweight brake pads have been developed with carbon rims in mind and will develop their full brake power only in conjunction with carbon rims, they by far exceed regular cork pads on aluminum rims.
Modulation has been greatly improved over cork pads. Many riders have had to become used to the “all-or-nothing” feel of such brake pads. Not so with the new Lightweight rubber-compound!

Contact me on 0403 66 44 55 or send me a PM.

Thanks,

Rob

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Re: WTS - ADL - Bianchi tape, Lightweight pads, Ambrosio whe

Postby HappyHumber » Mon Feb 04, 2013 5:38 pm

The Conti GP4000s are just there to tease us then?
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Since I keep misplacing my common sense down the shed, I guess I'll have to borrow someone elses off the internet.

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Re: WTS - ADL - Bianchi tape, Lightweight pads, Ambrosio whe

Postby Tids » Mon Feb 04, 2013 8:13 pm

HappyHumber wrote:The Conti GP4000s are just there to tease us then?

The Continentals were for sale but sold straight away and i didn't have a separate photot of just the Fortezza. Sorry for the tease.

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Re: WTS - ADL - Bianchi tape, Lightweight pads, Ambrosio whe

Postby HappyHumber » Mon Feb 04, 2013 8:23 pm

Tids wrote:The Continentals were for sale but sold straight away and i didn't have a separate photot of just the Fortezza. Sorry for the tease.
No probs. Good luck with the rest! :)
- Kym
Since I keep misplacing my common sense down the shed, I guess I'll have to borrow someone elses off the internet.

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Re: WTS - ADL - Bianchi tape, Lightweight pads, Ambrosio whe

Postby Tids » Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:34 pm

BUMP

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Re: WTS - ADL - Bianchi tape, Lightweight pads, Ambrosio whe

Postby BadBlood » Wed Feb 20, 2013 4:35 pm

PM Sent
Todd
viva la bianchi

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Re: WTS - ADL - Bianchi tape, Lightweight pads, Ambrosio whe

Postby Wal42 » Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:06 pm

If nobody has jumped on the Fortezza, I'll take it, PM me with postal to Brisbane metro area & paypal details & I'll transfer the money.

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Re: WTS - ADL - Bianchi tape, Lightweight pads, Ambrosio whe

Postby Tids » Thu Feb 21, 2013 2:32 pm

All tyres now sold.

Still have brake pads and bar tape if anyone is interested.

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