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Ibis Hakkalugi 61cm Bike - 2011

Item #BRD10917
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Year 2011
Brand Ibis
Model Hakkalugi
Size 61cm
Frame Material Carbon Fiber
Weight 17 lbs 11 oz
Fork Enve Cross, Carbon Fiber
Brakes TRP CX 8.4, Direct/Linear Pull (V-Brakes)
Shifters SRAM Rival, Mechanical
Front Derailleur SRAM Rival
Rear Derailleur SRAM Force
Crankset SRAM Red Quarq Power Meter, 50/34t, 175 mm
Cassette Shimano Ultegra CS-6700, 10spd, 11-28t
Chain Shimano Ultegra CN-6600
Handlebar FSA Omega, 42 cm
Headset Cane Creek Forty
Stem Ritchey Comp 31.8 mm x 120mm, 6°
Seatpost Thomson Masterpiece, 31.6mm
Saddle Fizik Arione CX
Wheelset HED Belgium+, DT Swiss 350
Front Tire Rivendell Jack Brown, 700C x 33C
Rear Tire Rivendell Jack Brown, 700C x 33C
Tire Type Clincher
Charger Included No
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