Sold! Complete Orbea Euskaltel Road Bike, 54X55, Beautiful & Cheap!!

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Orbea Euskatel

Orbea Euskaltel aluminum frame (circa 2004?), carbon seat stays, carbon fork. 54 c-c seat tube X 55 c-c top tube. All CAMPAGNOLO mechanicals, mostly new (every thing new produced after 2013): New Veloce levers, new Centaur front and rear derailleurs; new Mirage front and rear brake calipers; new cables and housings. Lightly used 12-25 cassette (2012?), and a RECORD (!!) Carbon Ultra Torque crankset 53/39 (2010?), and chain with quick link. NEW Campagnolo Khamsin wheelset (with valid warranty)!! New Most integrated carbon handlebar, new bar tape, one new tube, one new tire (Michelin Pro 3), the other set is used. Saddle included as shown. The Speedplay pedals are not included unless you really need them. 17#s/7.8kg as shown.

Great condition, great graphics in excellent condition, few scratches, mostly around skewer contact points. Slight fading of clear coat cover on the upper Y-joint of the carbon seat stay, otherwise brilliant bright colors on frame. Great second bike for the discerning rider, great first bike for the newcomer.

Price is CHEAP!! ¥55,000!!! Basically 5 “man” for the bike at ¥5,000 for shipping (Sagawa). Will come in two boxes, wheels in one, frame and the rest in the other. Crankset will stay on, handlebar wrapped as set as shown, but removed, cables will have to be unfastened at end points, and RD will need to be removed, and packed separately. Chain will be removed, but has quick link, so very easy to reinstall. Bike runs great, but may need some tweaking on your end after reassembly. If shipping further than Tokyo, may require another thousand or two yen (sent from Hiroshima). Will sell frameset separately for ¥30,000 (includes fork, head set, seat post)—will not sell mechanicals separately.

Have already sold three complete bikes and one set of mechanicals here—not trying to make money (obviously)—mechanicals alone worth more than the asking price—just reducing the fleet.
 
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