We’ve got a nice Specialized that we’ve converted into a all-rounder, featuring a relatively upright riding position with Shimano bar end shifting. Most of the parts on this build are new, and if you’re into the color red and are looking for a comfortable do-it-all rig, this one could be a great fit for you.
Sugino XD600 triple crankset
Nitto Dirt Drop Stem
Cockpit set up with Soma Highway One handlebar, Shimano Aero levers, and Cinelli Bar tape. Cable Housing wrapped underneath the handlebars for an uncluttered look. Easy to run a handlebar bag, and plenty of space for cargo if you decide to add a front rack!
This bike would be great for some long-distance touring too; the long chainstays are on par with a Surly Long Haul Trucker, and the bike’s solid enough to handle most anything you could throw at it. If you’re in the 5’4″ to 5″8″ range, come check it out today!
As a material, carbon fiber was first used on production bikes in the late 80’s/early 90’s. The bike you see here, a Trek 2120, was among the first. The three main tubes are carbon, and they’re bonded to aluminum to form the rest of the frame. Though the frame is pretty old, it is still in fine shape; a lot of the early carbon frames tended to be “overbuilt”, and are in fact stronger that some of the newer and thinner carbon frames out there today.
Terry saddle and new Continental Gatorskin 700 x 25 tires.
Bike features a nice wheelset-Shimano Ultegra hubs laced to Mavic Open Pro rims. A light, solid set of hoops!
The rest of the drivetrain is a mix of Shimano Sora/105 parts. A good fit for someone about 5’1″ to 5’4″. Come check it out today!!
A great condition Specialized Sirrus road bike. Rebuilt with new wheels, new drivetrain, Pasela tires, Soma stem and Highway One bar.
44cm Fits 5′ -5’3″