Second Hand Cyclocross Bikes for Sale
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52 cm carbon frame and forks. Ultegra 10 speed Di2. 4ZA carbon tubular wheelset shod with unused Challenge Limus 33 Team Edition tubs. FSA K Force Light 172.5 carbon chainset with 46/34 rings. Shimano cantilever brakes. Ritchey alloy bars and stem. Fizik Arione saddle on Pro seatpost.
Husbands Bosworth, Leicestershire
I have owned this bike since November 2016. I bought it from a well respected local bike shop and since owning it have given it a full overhaul. All the bearings, bottom bracket, chain have been replaced. I absolutely love the bike and am only selling it due to needing disc brakes for the events that I ride in. I will also include 2 sets of Fulcrum 7 wheels in with the bike. It came with a Mavic Ksyrium SL Wheelset with Primus 33SG Tubs which I have not used. So you are buying 3 sets of wheels altogether along with the bike. This bike is as comfortable on or off road, but with a set of road tyres you will have one great road bike. It turns heads at every cafe stop. Race-Quality Components The 2013 Specialized Crux Pro Carbon is designed for cyclocross riding. It has a carbon fiber frame and race-quality components. The Crux Pro Carbon is a cyclocross bike. Cyclocross bikes lie somewhere in between rigid-frame mountain bikes and traditional road bikes. They are designed to be able to be ridden on the road, as well as wooded trails and grass. The frame and handlebars are most similar to a road bike frame and handlebars. The major differences from a road bike frame lie in the wider clearances of the fork and rear triangle to accommodate wider tires for better traction while off-road. Specifications Frame – Specialized CruX FACT 10r carbon canti, FACT IS construction, 1-3/8? lower bearing, OSBB Frame Size: 56cm Large Fork – Specialized FACT Canti carbon monocoque fork, carbon steerer and crown for 1-3/8? lower bearing Drivetrain Rear Derailleur – Sram Force Cassette – 11 speed, 11,28 Crankset – FSA K-Forcelight (172.5) Pedals – Shimano SPD Cleats Bottom Bracket – OS integrated Hope Bearings (replaced April 2017) Components Shifters – Sram Force Headset – 1-1/8? Upper and 1-3/8? Lower, stainless cartridge bearings integrated w/headset, 8mm cone spacer, w/20mm of spacers (replaced April 2017) Bar Tape – Bar Phat (replaced April 2017) Brakes Front & Rear – Avid Shorty Ultimate Wheels Mavic Ksyrium SL Wheelset Tyres – Primus 33SG Tubs Fully serviced April 2017