Thanks to all for your interest, but this bike has sold. We've kept the original listing below for posterity.
We're selling a nearly-new Great Divide 50cm demo. Ridden less than 250km, this demo bike looks and rides like new.
Based on our stock Ultegra 6800 build, this bike has a few key upgrades, including:
The full specs are below. Our price as new for this bike is $5,379. We're offering this 50cm demo (with full warranty) for $4,500.
If interested, get in touch at email@example.com.
|Frame||Great Divide Raw|
|Fork||3T Rigida LTD|
|Stem||Thomson Elite 100mm|
|Handlebars||Thomson Carbon 42cm|
|Headset||Chris King i8|
|Front Derailleur||Ultegra 6800|
|Rear Derailleur||Ultegra 6800|
|Cassette||Ultegra 6800, 11-25t|
|Crankset||Ultegra 6800, 34x50, 170mm|
|Tires||Michelin Pro 4 25mm|
|Seatpost||3T Dorico Pro|
|Saddle||Fizik Arione R3 Braided Rails|
|Bar Tape||Fizik Superlight|
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