Sorry for this being here but I thought it would be best suited to it's target audience...
I am selling my Dyna Tech Ti road bike.
It has the following spec:
3 main tubes Ti, rear end and forks in 531c equivelant steel, Alloy lugs.
Resprayed by Argos at great expense in 2006.
Syncros road stem
Profile 44cm drops
Shimano Sora STI shifters
500ex dual pivots
Campagnolo Athena Hubs, Mavic Open 4 cd rims, DT competition spokes.
Sachs Maillard 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 21 block (shimano spacing)
Dura Ace front mech
Campagnolo Veloce rear mech
Campagnolo Veloce 39 53 Chainset
(a mish mash but it works beautifully)
USE inline post & Steel railed Flite (Turbo Matic pictured)
Schwalbe Blizzard Tyres (surprisingly good)
The bike is fast and comfortable. I am only selling as I have a very good deal on a new Orbea and cannot justify both.
A little foot note...
The frame was badged as a 405Ti and came in that colour scheme, but it was a warranty replacement and the story goes that it is actually a 625Ti and therefore has the Ti seat tube and better quality steel bits. I cannot swear to it but I have had it next to a 405Ti and a 725Ti and it is different to both. It certainly rides well. I have owned it since 1993.
Somerset, like 'Heartbeat' with newer cars!
Retro MTB: 1992 Cannondale M1000 Deore XT M730. 1992 Raleigh Dyna Tech Quantum Deore XT.
Retro Road: 1992 Eddy Merckx Corsa Extra Telekom Shimano 600 STI. 1993 Dyna Tech Ti Campagnolo Athena 8 Ergopower.
Modern: 2004 Wilier scandium Ultegra 6600. 2014 Wilier GTR Ultegra 6800.