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Speedvagen Cross Machine Cyclocross Bike - 2013, 53cm

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Year 2013
Brand Speedvagen
Model Cross Machine
Size 53cm
Frame Material Steel
Weight 17 lbs 2 oz
Fork Speedvagen, Carbon Fiber
Brakes Paul Touring Cantilever, Cantilever
Shifters Campagnolo Super Record EPS, Electronic
Front Derailleur Campagnolo Super Record EPS
Rear Derailleur Campagnolo Super Record EPS
Crankset Campagnolo CX 11, 46/34t, 170 mm
Cassette Campagnolo 11, 11spd, 11-29t
Chain Campagnolo 11
Handlebar ENVE carbon, 42 cm
Headset Chris King
Stem Speedvagen carbon 31.8 mm x 100mm, 6°
Seatpost Speedvagen carbon seatmast, Frame Specific
Saddle Fizik Arione VS
Saddle Height Range 670 mm - 700 mm
Wheelset ENVE carbon, DT Swiss 240s
Front Tire Michelin Cyclocross Jet, 700C x 30C
Rear Tire Michelin Cyclocross Jet, 700C x 30C
Tire Type Clincher
Tubeless Compatibility No
Charger Included Yes
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