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Albert Eisentraut Road 56cm Bike - 1994

Item #BRD11543
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Year 1994
Brand Albert Eisentraut
Model Road
Size 56 cm
Frame Material Steel
Weight 18 lbs 4 oz
Fork Wound Up, Carbon Fiber
Brakes Campagnolo Centaur, Caliper - Side Pull
Shifters Campagnolo Centaur, Mechanical
Front Derailleur Campagnolo Centaur
Rear Derailleur Campagnolo Centaur
Crankset Campagnolo Centaur Carbon, 50/34t, 172.5 mm
Cassette DT Swiss, 10spd, 12-25t
Chain Campagnolo CVE
Handlebar FSA Wing Pro Alloy, 42 cm
Headset Chris King NoThreadSet 1"
Stem Thomson Elite 31.8 mm x 100mm, 10°
Seatpost Thomson Elite, 27.0mm
Saddle Fizik Aliante
Wheelset DT Swiss RR465, DT Swiss 240 S
Front Tire Schwalbe Durano, 700C x 25C
Rear Tire Schwalbe Durano, 700C x 25C
Tire Type Clincher
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