Concorde Squadra TSX + C Record
small size: seat tube 48cm centre to centre,
top tube 50cm centre to centre
It is with deep regret I reluctantly offer my Squadra for sale.
Recent redundancy and the fact I have another build means its either this or my Merckx which has to go and while this is a great riding machine I've had the Merckx from new and it will never go.
This was purchased in Holland from a small shop through Mel.
Its in good condition with a few scratches and chips but no dents or dings.
Its pretty much C record but as you can see from the specs the previous owner at some stage, a few years ago judging by the gear, has upgraded to 9 speed and used a Veloce rear mech, Dura Ace 7700 hubs and unknown Campag brifters, they seem good quality bit cant determine the model. The rear mech adjuster is broken so had been adjusting it on fitting with the cable adjuster on down tube, worked fine.
Was going to strip everything and polish to bring it up a bit more but the frame while marked shows its age and patina well.
I do have a C record rear mech and C record down tube shifters that could be added seperately for only slightly more.
Its a really nice riding machine and I am regretting this as I'm typing but needs must
Frame: Columbus TSX 48 x 50 cm c to c
Headset: C Record
Brake Levers/Brifters: ? Campagnolo 9 speed
Brake Calipers: C Record Cobalto
Brake Pads: Campagnolo
Brake Cables: Campagnolo
Shifters: ? Campagnolo
Front Derailleur: C Record
Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo 9 speed Veloce
Cassette: Campagnolo Record
Cranks: C Record 170mm
Chainrings: Campagnolo C Record?
Bottom Bracket: C Record
Rims: Mavic CXP 30
Hubs: Dura Ace 7700
Hub Skewers: Dura Ace
Tyres: Pariba handmade pro evolution rear, Vredestien front
Saddle: Hoske Colnago
Seatpost: C Record
Bottle Cage: Tackx
Weight: without chain 9.2kilo
Looking for £350 delivered Parcel Force 48 within the UK.
Payment by cash on pickup, paypal or bank transfer.
Thanks for looking and any questions just fire away.
Carlsberg dont build Singlespeeds but if they did.......they would probably look just like mine.
I've spent half my life on bikes.........the other half I wasted