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PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2013 10:52 pm 
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Basically I have for sale a complete Shimano Dura Ace Di2 display/demo bike, without the wheels. Frame size 56x54, which means 56 cm seat tube with 54 cm top tube. This would be classed as M/54 frame in my books. No two persons are the same fit, but generally the frame could be set up to suit riders between 173 and 183 cm. I have listed it as used, but it has only been "used" as a Di2 display bike in a local bike shop and perhaps covered a handful of miles outside the shop. Nothing wrong with it, but I bought the bike for the Dura Ace wheels and the frame is too small for me anyway. Very little use, so nearly new and fully functional.

The frameset looks very nice, glossy white with red accents and with Dura Ace branding. It is high quality carbon fibre construction, made especially for Shimano (sorry, I forgot the name of the manufacturer) - NOT to be confused with cheap Chinese frames - and it will make your bike stand out on the roads due to its uniqueness. Dura Ace 7970 groupset, consisted of Dura Ace Di2 electronics and Dura Ace 7900 chainset (53/39/172.5), brakes, cassette (12-27) and chain - basically everything except wheels and tyres. The bike is finished off with (Shimano's) top-of-the-range PRO Vibe carbon fibre handlebars, stem (10 cm) and seatpost.

Like I said, offered for sale here is a fully functional high end bike, so all you need to add is a couple of wheels with tyres and a battery charger, but I'd consider selling the groupset, frameset and other components on their own, for the right price.

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http://www.cybernck.com/forsale/di21.jpg
http://www.cybernck.com/forsale/di22.jpg
http://www.cybernck.com/forsale/di23.jpg
http://www.cybernck.com/forsale/di24.jpg


The bottom price is £1800 + shipping for what is essentially a fully functional high end bike (minus the wheels, as said), but I'd consider selling the groupset, frameset and other components on their own, for the right price.


Thanks, Nikica.


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