My 2013 Madone is up for grabs
About a month ago I wrote that I would be selling my main road bike, the 2013 Trek Madone Di2 with Zipp 404 Firecrest wheels.
At the time that posting, a friend of mine was very interested in purchasing my Madone, and so he had first dibs. Last week my buddy had to move out of state on short notice, and he informed me that he will not be able to go forward with the purchase.
I’d prefer to sell locally, but I’m willing to ship the bike (it will be professionally packed) at actual cost.
Note that I will not be able to complete the sale until I take delivery on my new bike, in about six weeks time.
Here are all the details. Hit me up if you’re interested.
As most of you know, my Madone has been meticulously maintained, always stored in my air-conditioned home (not my garage), and has numerous upgrades (such as Zipp 404 Firecrest full carbon clinchers–including the brand new 2015 model rear, which features the all-new V9 hub and lacing pattern, direct from Zipp).
Total invested (not including wearable parts like tires, chains, cassettes, etc.) is in excess of $8,000; selling for $3,500 (does not come with the saddle or pedals).
Recently replaced: front and rear brake cables/housing; crankset/chainrings; rear Di2 derailleur; Di2 cockpit junction box/wiring; brake hoods, bar tape; tires; tubes, bottle cages, bottom bracket bearings and front wheel bearings. Chain is always replaced when it reaches 0.5% on the chain checker, cassette is always replaced every other chain.
Here are the full specs:
– Frame: 500 Series OCLV Carbon, KVF (Kammtail Virtual Foil) tube shape, E2, BB90, internal cable routing, DuoTrap compatible, Ride Tuned seatmast
– Fork: Madone KVF full carbon, E2, carbon dropouts
– Size: 58cm
– Frame fit: H2
– Wheelset: 2015 Zipp 404 (58mm) Firecrest full carbon clincher, V9 hub (rear); 2013 Zipp 404 (58mm) Firecrest full carbon clincher with new hybrid ceramic bearings (front). Both wheels have new 2015 Beyond Black decals.
– Tires: Continental Gatorskin Hardshell, folding (700×25)
– Tubes: Sunlite, 700×25-28, 80mm Presta valve
– Shifters: Shimano Ultegra STI Di2, 10 speed
– Remote Shifter: Shimano Di2 TT shifter
– Front derailleur: Shimano Ultegra Di2, braze-on
– Rear derailleur: Shimano Ultegra Di2
– Crank: Shimano Ultegra 6750, 175mm, 50/34 (compact)
– Cassette: Shimano Ultegra 11-28, 10 speed
– Saddle: Specialized Power Pro (not included)
– Seatpost: Bontrager Ride Tuned Carbon seatmast cap, 20mm offset
– Handlebar: Bontrager Race Lite Aero, alloy, VR-CF, 31.8mm
– Aerobars: Profile Design T3+
– Stem: Zipp Service Course SL (70mm, -6°, Beyond Black). I can put on the original 110mm Bontrager stem if desired.
– Headset: Integrated, cartridge bearings, sealed, alloy, 1-1/8″ top, 1.5″ bottom
– Brakeset: Bontrager Speed Limit integrated brakes w/Shimano Ultegra STI Di2 levers
– Brake pads/holders: SwissStop Full FlashPro Elite Black Prince
– Pedals: Shimano 2014 Ultegra PD-6800 SPD-SL (not included)
– Grips: SRAM Supercork
– Duotrap speed/cadence sensor (installed)
– Computer mount: K-Edge Handlebar Computer Mount for Garmin
– Bottle cages: Full carbon, black