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Integrated Water bottle/Storage unit - The bottom bracket area is designed to accept a Cervelo water bottle or storage unit (for tires, CO2 cartridges, tools) without disrupting the airflow at all. For the few UCI races for which this Cervelo solution is considered too fast, the standard Elite aero bottle fits neatly in the same space. Features Integrated water bottle or storage unit Integrated rear brake inside chainstays Custom fork with integrated fork crown ICS2
This brand new folding mountain bike offers optimum maneuverability and shock absorption for high-performance riding on the mixed terrain. A dual-suspension fork and frame combo that absorbs shock as well as back and front wheels with suspension under the front fork and on the frame, takes punishing bumps for you so you can hit the terrain hard, jump obstacles, and enjoy rough trails.
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The new Santa Cruz Blur XC Carbon 2011 Mountain Bike represents a radical departure for Santa Cruz. Having pushed the concept of lightweight VPP suspension as far as it could go with the old aluminium Blur XC, they turned to carbon fibre to take the next step. It turned out to be a pretty huge step.Meet the new carbon fibre Blur XC. It features 105mm of next generation VPP travel (including grease ports in the lower links, angular contact bearings, large diameter pivot axles and enhanced shock rates) tailored specifically to address the hard pedalling dynamics of XC racing while maintaining superb bump absorption. And it's made out of carbon fibre. The result? Santa Cruz's lightest ever bike (a full pound lighter frame weight than the old model), with blazing fast acceleration and incredible climbing performance, built into a chassis that is also one of their stiffest, most flex-resistant frames. Those traits, coupled with stable, surefooted geometry, shatter some of the old preconceptions about cross country compromise, and spell the same thing in whatever language they are spelled out: Big Can Of Whoop! Please note: Image is for illustrative purposes only. See description and colour swatch for actual spec and colour.
Frame: Santa Cruz Carbon, VPP multi pivot frame design, disk brake specific up to 185mm rotors, 105mm rear travel Rear Shock: RockShox Monarch RT3 Fork: Fox 32 F120 RLC / 120mm travel / 15mm thru-axle / 1 1/8" steerer Front Derailleur: SRAM X0 Rear Derailleur: SRAM X0 Number of Gears: 20 Shifters: SRAM X0 trigger Chainset: SRAM X0 Chainrings: 26/39 Bottom Bracket: SRAM X0 Cassette: SRAM XX, 10-speed, 11-36 tooth Chain: SRAM PC 1071 Pedals: n/a Front Brake: Formula The One, 160mm rotor Rear Brake: Formula The One, 160mm rotor Brake Levers: Formula The One Handlebars: Easton EC70 Stem: Easton EA90 Headset: Chris King, 1 1/8" Grips: Lizard Skin Charger Rims: Syncros FL DS23 disc Front Hub: Hope Pro2, 15mm Rear Hub: Hope Pro2 Front Tyre: Maxxis Crossmark 2.1 folding Rear Tyre: Maxxis Crossmark 2.1 folding Tubes: Maxxis .7mm Saddle: WTB Silverado SLT Seatpost:
I'm selling my road bike because I am moving and can't bring it with me. I bought it new in 2006 and it was used for triathlons from 2007-2008 and again in 2010. From 2008-2010, I was overseas and the bike was kept in storage. It has since been used to compete in 2 triathlons. It is in excellent shape. It comes with the bike speedometer (Siemens) and water bottle holder. I love this bike and wish I could keep it.
It's an aluminum frame and was bought originally for over $600. It's very light. The frame size is 47cm and is a women's bike so it would be good for someone 5'3 and under.
I'm hoping to get pictures up tomorrow. Please email me if you are interested. I currently live in Phoenix, but I am happy to ship it to someone (additional fees apply).
Need to sell this bike fast to pay car loan. Its retail price is for a little over $3000. The bike is almost new since I only rode it to school a few times but never had the opportunity to use it for this seasons races.
asking $2100 obo cash in hand. Located in orange county/san diego county
Includes: Components: SRAM Rival Wheels: American Classic Victory Tires: Vittoria Rubino Seat: Selle Italia XR Flow pedals: speedplay zero (optional)