Pad stack is approximately 670mm and pad reach (to back of pad) is approximately 440mm, as it's currently set up. You can see from the pic that there's a lot of room to bring the stem up from where it is now. The seat post has a ton of length left in it, but the lowest you could go is about 660mm. The owner was around 5'8 and this was close to being too big for them.
The bike is in perfect working order, or at least was last I checked a couple months ago. I'd switch the tires before heading out on the road (rear is a trainer tire), but that should be all it needs.
This bike belonged to a client I coached a while ago. That person gave up triathlon and left the bike to accumulate dust. I don't have a use for it and instead of selling it, I'd love for this bike to help someone out that otherwise would struggle to afford a great tri bike. No catch, just a great bike for free to someone who could really use it.
I'd prefer the next owner picks this up from me in Brooklyn as I'd rather not break it down and ship it, but I can be compelled. So, tell me why it should be yours. Priority will be given to youth/POC/marginalized individuals and those who find the financial cost of entry in to our sport to be prohibitive.
Email me at greg@TriBy3.com. I'll let this sit for a week or so before making a decision. And PLEASE, before you put in a request, make sure this would actually fit you.