Klein Quantum Pro (2000) Complete, £800 Final Price!

Author:  joewalsh1990 [ Tue Nov 20, 2012 11:31 pm ]
Post subject:  Klein Quantum Pro (2000) Complete, £800 Final Price!


Klein Quantum Pro

Believed to be made in 2000 (aka one of the last Kleins made in Chehalis by Klein)

Ownership History:

Has had two previous owners before me.

1st Owner (Ed Moses) owned it from new in 2000-2009 and it's his name on the top tube.
Have contacted Ed and it appears he mostly used it on a turbo trainer and had apparently ridden it less than 1km.

2nd Owner (Henry) owned it from 2009-2011. Henry (as far as I'm aware) Didn't build it up, but kept it as a frameset as brought from Ed due to sizing issues

3rd Owner is myself, I built the bike up and used it as a 'sunday bike', putting perhaps less than 50-100 miles in it. There are a few marks around the left rear chainstay but is otherwise basically immaculate.

Pricing and Spec.


It comes with...

1.) complete carbon centaur groupset (2009, with NOS UT Carbon chainset put on September 2012)
12-29 cassette, 53-39 Chainset. Chain, cassette are ten-speed record and NOS (Put on september 2012)
Cableset is Campagnolo Record gear and brake cableset (new september 2012)

2.) Record Hubs laced to DT Swiss RR465 Rims (Destickered). Rear is 32 spoke DT Swiss Comp spokes (re-laced September 2012) and Front is 32 spoke Sapim CX ray spokes (re-tensioned Sep 2012). These have Lugano tyres (New) on at the moment but I will include some continental four seasons tyres as well (Worn, but usable.)

Skewers are richey titanium skewers.

3.) Deda 215 Deep drop bars with lizard skin bar tape (which will fit both stems), original Klein stem (120mm) and new pro stem (100mm), adapted seatpost shim to make steerer 1 and 1/8, Deda Drittissimo carbon seatpost (new September 2012) and white prologo scratch pro saddle.

I will also include a pair of 105 shimano SPD-SLs (used, but in good condition) with some mildly worn cleats for these pedals or flats at your request.

Frame dimensions

According to the link below, it measures as a 56cm size it has the following dimensions

Typical Rider Height 5'10" - 6'1"
Seat Tube Center to Top (in./cm) 22.8/58.0
Top Tube Standover (in./cm) 32.3/81.9
Bottom Bracket (in./cm)10.5/26.7
Effective Top Tube Length (in./cm) 22.3/56.7
Chainstay Length (in./cm) 16.3/41.4
Wheelbase (in./cm)39.1/99.3
Fork Rake (in./mm) 1.4/35
Seat Tube Angle 74.0°
Head Tube Angle 73.9°
Trail (in./cm) 2.4/6.2 ... tries.html

I'm based in oxford and would be happy to post (with cost of postage added) or meet in london if possible. The more observant of you will notice there is a rear flat at the moment. This will be fixed when sold!



Author:  jimmythejamjar [ Wed Nov 21, 2012 9:04 pm ]
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Show us a picture then. It's too small for me but I still want to see it.

Author:  joewalsh1990 [ Fri Nov 23, 2012 12:13 am ]
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Now updated with pictures!

Author:  prole art threat [ Sat Nov 24, 2012 1:42 am ]
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Lovely Joe, good luck with the sale.

Author:  joewalsh1990 [ Sun Nov 25, 2012 6:58 pm ]
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Thanks! Right I'm open to offers on this, within reason, and can do delivery as far as reasonably possible. It'll only be on here for another week then it's off to lfgss then eBay... So get in whilst it's there!!

Author:  jonsonneborn [ Fri Nov 30, 2012 10:09 pm ]
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I beleive that is one of the Lombardi Sports Race Bikes. In San Francisco, Ca there is a store called Lombardi's Sports which used to have a pro cycling team sponsered by Klein. All of there bikes were that color (colour). I have the same bike only 60cm that I bought from one of the team members & yes it is a 2000. There is a fantastic advertisment that was created for Lombardi's sports which had the entire team on a San Francisco Cable Car with all of the bikes on top of the cable car. I tried to find that image on-line but didn't find it; the store still has a poster inside with this image.

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Author:  joewalsh1990 [ Fri Nov 30, 2012 10:50 pm ]
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Thanks Sonneborn, that's interesting..I did make some effort to contact ed moses but didn't get very far, I wonder if you have a list of the team members of the Lombardi team or where I could get one? I contacted the shop to ask if it was actually one of their team bikes/if they had a frame number list.

Author:  joewalsh1990 [ Sat Dec 01, 2012 6:17 pm ]
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I emailed the Lombardi shop and it turns out it is a team machine.

I also found this picture, from 2000, with a team rider that seems to confirm that the unique paintjob (apparently only done for the team) is the same.

Author:  joewalsh1990 [ Thu Dec 06, 2012 9:00 am ]
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Right, final week I'm having this up here will be next week. (10th-16th September).

I'd rather sell it to someone who is more likely to look after it (rather than ebay..) so with that in mind.

From £970
To £900 (Excluding postage)

It is a former team bike, that's one of the last proper kleins with a very decent groupset and wheels, let alone the other kit, so I think that's as low as I'm likely to go.


Author:  joewalsh1990 [ Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:06 pm ]
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Price drop
£900 to £800

Author:  hjworton [ Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:43 pm ]
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Fantastic looking bike; does it ride as well as it looks ? Bet it's pretty light too...

Author:  joewalsh1990 [ Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:52 pm ]
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In terms of ride: It rides as smoother than the vast majority of modern carbon bikes i've ridden (Tarmac, Supersix) and is as smooth as a steel frameset (based on riding genesis equlibrium and a few 90s italian framesets)

In terms of weight, it was around 8.3kg all told, If I remember correctly? Which is fairly decent for a 2000 bike!

Author:  hjworton [ Mon Dec 24, 2012 10:52 am ]
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Hi, I've just PMed you regarding the bike.

Author:  joewalsh1990 [ Mon Dec 24, 2012 4:10 pm ]
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hjworton have replied to your PM

Author:  joewalsh1990 [ Sun Aug 18, 2013 8:52 pm ]
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Author:  jonsonneborn [ Sun Aug 18, 2013 9:06 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Klein Quantum Pro (2000) Complete, £800 Final Price!

Congrats on sale! I have the same frameset, same Lombardi Sports paint job (my aeros carbon fork is black). 61cm for sale. $600 usd includes shipping to anywhere in Europe. Includes frame, fork, headset, mc3 stem, seatpost. Let me know if anyone is looking for a 61cm 2000 Klein Quantum Pro. Jon

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