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Serotta Tri-Colorado w/Dura-Ace, $700
CREATED: 04/07/09 by BadBrad REPLIES:
BadBrad    JOINED: 4/6/09    POSTS: 1
Serotta Tri-Colorado w/Dura-Ace, $700
POSTED: 4/07/09 9:23 PM

Serotta Tri-Colorado
Lightweight steel frame
Frame size: 56-long (extra long top tube)
650c wheels

I built this bike up from a bare frame using my favorite lightweight components. The bike is fairly old (built in the '90s), but is in excellent condition. It was only used for a handful of races for a few years and has been stored in a dry basement for the past several years. Still rides great and the shifting and brakes work great. I've been hanging on to it in case I get back into triathlons, but that doesn't seem likely now.

Here are the components:
Dura-Ace bottom bracket
Dura-Ace crankset
Dura-Ace chainrings (large chainring is 53T, also have 56T, small ring is 39T)
Dura-Ace front and rear derailleurs
Dura-Ace 8-speed shifters
Dura-Ace Hyperglide chain
Ultegra 8-speed Hyperglide cassette
Suntour Superbe Pro brakes
Chris King headset
Tioga T-bone stem (110mm)
Titanium stem bolt
Scott Drop-1 LF handlebars
Profile Aero-II clip-on bar (with Cee Gee pads)
Synchros aluminum seatpost

Also can include Speedplay pedals and cleats if you want them, plus a choice of a few saddles.

Wheels:
Ultegra 8-speed HG cassette hubset (28H, 32H)
Sun Mistral M-14A clincher rim (rear, 32-spoke)
Mavic Open 4CD clincher rim (front, 28-spoke)

I paid over $2600 to build this bike (frame alone cost $1050). I'm asking $700.
It's located in Columbia, MD.

email me: jabrabu at yahoo dot com.

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