SOLD - 50cm Great Divide Demo For Sale

by Mike Smith September 18, 2014 1 Comment

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:

  • Upgrade to 3T Rigida LTD fork
  • Reynolds Attack carbon clincher wheels

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 sales@22bicycles.com.

 

Component Notes
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
Shifters Ultegra 6800
Cassette Ultegra 6800, 11-25t
Crankset Ultegra 6800, 34x50, 170mm
Bottom Bracket Praxis
Chain Ultegra 6800
Brakes Ultegra 6800
Wheels Reynolds Attack
Tires Michelin Pro 4 25mm
Tubes Michelin
Seatpost 3T Dorico Pro
Saddle Fizik Arione R3 Braided Rails
Bar Tape Fizik Superlight

 

 

 

 




Mike Smith
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Brian
Brian

October 06, 2014

I would like to say thank you no22 company for my 29er ti I road it on tour divide 2014 4400 km and had a great adventure and went on to vanils 1200 km randonneur road ride in all 5600 in 27 days. I’m still smiling looking at this bike. Looking forward to my next adventure! Happy costumer. Brian Brideau

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