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FA: 60cm S-Works Tarmac E5--$2750

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Old March 7th 05, 05:52 PM
Ryan Saylor
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Default FA: 60cm S-Works Tarmac E5--$2750

The reserve is set at $2750

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=7139583 025

60cm S-Works Tarmac E5 Road Bike

Take the stiff efficiency of an aluminum bike and marry it with the
comfortable, lightweight properties of a carbon bike for one of the most
innovative bikes on the market today and you have the Tarmac E5. I've been
riding for 20 years and ridden many, many bikes including steel, aluminum
and titanium. This one is far and away my favorite. With its high
bling-bling factor and awesome stiff-yet-comfortable properties I couldn't
have designed a bike better myself. Go ahead and treat yourself to the best
bike ever.

Retail on this bike would be $5600.

Frame model year is 2005. Parts are 2004 except the crank arms which are
brand new (not pictured). Typical rider height for this bike would be
6'2" -


S-Works Tarmac E5 carbon/aluminum frame (brand NEW!!)
S-Works carbon fork (w/ carbon steerer)
Dura-Ace front derailleur (clamp on, 31.8mm, bottom pull)
Dura-Ace rear derailleur
S-Works Carbon stem (1 1/8", 120mm, -10 deg. rise)
Selle Italia SLR saddle (super-light!)
Mavic Ksyrium Elite wheels
Zero Gravity brakes (super-light!)
Dura-Ace STI shifters (10 speed)
Easton EC70 carbon seatpost (27.2mm x 350mm)
Dura-Ace cranks (175mm, 53/39, brand NEW arms!!)
S-Works Mindset headset (integrated, 1 1/8")
Dura-Ace bottom bracket
S-Works Carbon handlebars (44cm c-c, 31.8)
Continental Sport 1000 tires (700c x 23mm, brand new!)
Padded cork tape (black)
Dura-Ace cassette (10 speed, 12-21)
Dura-Ace chain
No pedals

Effective seat tube: 60cm
Seat tube (c-top of collar): 59cm
Effective top tube (horizontally): 59.5cm
Standover height: 32"
Seat tube angle: 72.5 degrees
Head tube angle: 74 degrees

The frame is in brand new.

Most of the parts are about 9 months old. Chain and cassette are in good
shape. Brake pads are fine. Tires are brand new. The saddle probably
shows the most wear. You'll want to replace it.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=7139583 025


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