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April 25, 2016

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FS: 2015/16 55cm Ritchey Swiss Cross 2.0 Frameset w/ custom V-brake cable stop

2015/16 canti frameset with one season on it in very good to excellent condition. just a few nicks around the drive side dropout and a couple light heel scuffs. the derailleur hanger has recently been checked for straightness. includes all seen. BB. TRP CX-8.4 mini-V brakes. headset top cover. dogfang chain watcher. plenty of steerer tube for a variety of fitment options. this bike has quite a magical ride, and IMHO, hooks up better at high lean angles due to a bit more torsional compliance compared to overbuilt carbon jobbies.notable inclusions & additions in detail:custom-brazed additional cable stop to accommodate mini v-brakes (Ritchey only specs a minimal cable guide for canti brakes; which are obsolete outside of full-on mud bogs. Brazing done by Mikkelsen here in the SF Bay Area.I have also added:Titanium fork brake bossesTitanium seat clamp bolt Titanium water bottle cage bolts.Hawk Racing BSA bottom bracket. $150 MSRP. This is also compatible with Sram GXP via a commercially available adapter kit. They spin better than ceramic. full stop.Dogfang chain watcher.TRP 8.4 Mini-V brakes with Magnesium Shimano DURA ACE 9000 pad holders. Currently spaced for HED Belgium Plus-width rims. Titanium mounting hardware and fresh TRP pads. Compatible with both SRAM and Shimano lever pull. Maybe Campy too.55cm nominal size. 55.5cm effective top tube383mm reachSee Geometry and details here: (remove spaces & copy and paste)(note picture has older version fork)ritcheylogic .com/swiss-cross-frameset-red-redasking $845See More

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