Many of you will have seen this bike in Brian Baylis' booth at the Cirque, where it won an award for best paint. The bike was for sale at the time, but I just got too busy to put a sign on it and promote the fact that it was, indeed, for sale.
Frame details, as best I know, are as follows:
Year built - 2000, serial number 0005 Size - 58 cm, center-to-center square Built with modified Nervex Pro lugs and Cinelli crown, and Columbus SL/SP tubes Threadless steerer - 130 rear spacing Pearl lavender, magenta and cream paint
Currently built-up with the following components, which were new to this build: Campagnolo Chorus 10s, control levers, front and rear derailleurs and crankset (172.5 - 53/39). Chorus headset. Campy Proton/Vittoria Rubino wheelset. Miche 13-26 10s cassette. Rear-der has a medium cage to allow wide-range gearing, and will accept up to a 29t cog. These components all now have about 60 miles of use. Chorus brake calipers and BB came from another bike, and have about 300 miles of use. 3ttt stem (12cm) and bar (43cm-outside) also came from another bike, and are a little older. Thompson Elite seat post and new Rolls Due titanium saddle.
More details and pictures here:
PEDALS WERE FOR DISPLAY ONLY, AND ARE NOT INCLUDED!
Asking $7200. Offers considered. May consider selling frame only or partial build. Partial trades might be considered, but only if it's something that really excites me.
Shipping is extra and at cost. No charge for packing. I can deliver to Dan Artley's in Parkton, Maryland on July 19th, and may be able to arrange delivery to LARS, to save the cost and fear-factor of shipping.
Questions, just ask.
Lovettsville, Virginia USA