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PostPosted: Tue Aug 17, 2010 12:29 pm 
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Due to time constraints I am considering cancelling the following project.

Offered Ritchey SwissCross frame (with the bi-plane fork!) + very nice wheelset

Frame very neatly built using welding and the fillet brazed technique. Very advanced and light Ritchey Logic WCS tubing.

In red and white. Sizing: Seattube is 56cm c-t and toptube measures 550mm.

It is this frame:

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Condition: Fork needs a repaint and headtube needs some touch up work. Touch up paint included. The rest of the frame looks simply very good.

The wheels:
Excellent condition period correct wheels:
- Ultegra hubs, supersmooth
- Hoshi spokes
- Mavic CXP33 rims
- Ritchey EXCA Vader 35mm tyres

As a bike it previously belonged to Rabobank pro Koos Moerenhout.

Looking for 355 gbp

Collection at OW.


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I'd love this but sadly waay too big,, interested to see pics when you get round to doing some though.. :) ;)


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 17, 2010 4:48 pm 
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ohh nooo...

pics please...


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I did do some measuring on the SwissCross and I were a bit wrong on the sizing. The seattube is one cm shorter than initially specced: 56cm c-t. The toptube measures 550mm.

Pics have to be sorted. I will try to get a couple up before I leave to the OW, but I am unsure on this. Alternatively I could simply bring it with me in case someone is seriously interested.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 18, 2010 10:54 pm 
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Hi,
I don't know if you would consider selling the fork seperately? I have a later Swisscross and am desperately searching for a fork for it.The only dilema being my frame is a 58cm so steerer might be a bit short! Am looking for a steerer in the region of 185mm.Can you help?
Thanx Max


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Hi Max,

I am not considering letting the fork go seperately + the steerer would be too short. I am sorry. I wish you good luck with your search for a proper fork.


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No one of the people attending the OWMTBC is interested? Than I leave it home.


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