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Rivendell Romulus Road Bike - 2004, X-Large

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Year 2004
Brand Rivendell
Model Romulus
Size X-Large
Frame Material Steel
Weight 24 lbs 4 oz
Fork Rivendell, Steel
Brakes Shimano Super SLR A550, Caliper - Side Pull
Shifters Shimano 7000, Mechanical
Front Derailleur Shimano 105 5500
Rear Derailleur Shimano 105 5500
Crankset Sugino XD, 52/36/26t, 175 mm
Cassette Shimano HG50-9, 9spd, 12-25t
Chain Shimano HG78
Handlebar Steel, 550mm
Headset Shimano 105 Standard
Stem Nitto Quill 26.0 mm x 100mm, 7°
Seatpost Steel, 27.2mm
Saddle Brooks B-17
Wheelset Araya RC-540 front / Mavic Open Sport rear, Shimano 105 5500
Front Tire Panaracer Ruffy Tuffy, 700C x 28C
Rear Tire Panaracer Ruffy Tuffy, 700C x 28C
Tire Type Clincher
Tubeless Compatibility No
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