All Pictures: https://1drv.ms/...TcLaf9TJXiA?e=fohVHq (there is electrical tape just below the headset on the right side covering an unused port for cables and just above the front brake as I found it whistled at high speed and so I taped off the openings)
Simply the fastest bike I've ever ridden. It is also extremely stable and comfortable. When I bought this bike, you had the Trek Speed Concept and the Specialized Shiv. IMO The Trek was very harsh but very good for shorter or more technical races due to fantastic acceleration and the Specialized rode like an old caddy making it a perfect fit for Long Course but not as good for the shorter distances. IMO this bike was the best of both worlds, as quick as the Trek and still comfortable and stable. Sadly, I don't find myself riding it much and I want to find it a good home. The bike is in excellent shape and will be shipped after being packed by my LBS. They estimate $150 for the packing and shipping from 150-300 with both sets of wheels. Buyer will pay actual shipping cost. I have all of the manuals, hardware, an extra set of stem risers, spacers for 10/11 speed, carbon & aluminum brake pads, "crack pipe" for Disc inflation 25mm risers for the bars and the original brake pads (I replaced them with Shorty Ultimate's to accept a wider wheel in the back), Zipp stickers if you want to add them back to the front wheel and two Zipp inflation port stickers (I use gaffer tape which you will see in the pictures).
One of the biggest challenges with integrated rim brakes was varying rim width between your training and racing wheels. Because of this and through the help of this forum I setup this bike with HED Ardennes LT + wheels with a 25mm brake track and 808s with just under a 25mm brake track and the Disc with 26.4. I then added the SRAM TT-990 brake levers that adjust the brake width by simply turning the lever. You can see a video of how this works here: https://1drv.ms/...bTxiNNS0S6Q?e=Qc5gu7. All this means changing your wheels is very quick!
Here is what is included:
- BMC TM01 Medium Long (there is electrical tape just below the headset on the right side covering an unused port for cables and just above the front brake as I found it whistled at high speed and so I taped off the openings)
- Zipp 808 Firecrest CC Front w/ 4000SII 23 mm & Latex Tube
- Zipp Super-9 Disc CC Rear w/ Turbo Cotton 24mm & Latex Tube (you see Gaffer Tape on the wheel that I used to cover the inflation port)
- "Crack Pipe" for inflating Disc"
- Both Zipp wheel boxes for storage and that I will use to ship them to you
- HED Ardennes LT + (CC or Tubeless, 11 or 10 speed) with Conti GP 5000s 23mm
- Spacers for 10/11 speed converstion
- SRAM RED 10 speed Components with 54/39 & 11-26 & 11-28 cassettes one of which will be on the bike. (Note the bike comes with 2 cassettes not 3 as you might assume from the pictures as I show the two cassettes off the bike)
- SRAM TT-990 Brake levers https://1drv.ms/...bTxiNNS0S6Q?e=Qc5gu7
- Extra set screw for TT-990 levers
- Zipp Vuka Bull headset with 10mm and 25mm risers
- Original and Avid Ultimate Shorty brake pads to add rear brake width
- Carbon and Aluminum brake pads
- CD for Bike, Manuals Bike, Zipp wheels and Vuka clips
- Extra hardware for bike including extra headset spacers and all different sized bolts to accommodate the spacers, etc.
- New Zipp stickers if you want to put them back on the 808 (they are removed now) and two New Zipp Disc Inflation port stickers (I use Gaffer tape)
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