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***SOLD*** Rose X-Lite CRS Ultegra Di2 R8050 Size Medium 6.78kg £1500 13 Mar 2020 16:41 #17243

  • Allan Phillips
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My Rose X-Lite CRS race bike size 55 (medium) is for sale. It's super light at only 6.78kg and makes an excellent climbing bike for getting up those hills.

It's in very good condition with just a few scratches and scuffs but nothing significant. With the latest version of Ultegra Di2 and the very low weight I think it's a bargain at £1500. I bought it new in 2016 but it's had a number of upgrades since then. Here's the full spec:

Full carbon frame and fork
Ultegra Di2 R8050 shifters with Sram Red 50/34 chainset - shifts perfectly with absolutely no compatibility issues
R8050 SS rear derailleur
Ultegra 11-30T cassette
Sram Force rim brakes
DT Swiss R20 Dicut wheels with tubeless ready rims. Plenty of life left on these - the rim wear markers are still clearly visible.
Ritchey Superlogic Evocurve 42cm carbon handlebar 80mm reach 130mm drop
Boardman E4P 100mm stem
Ritchey Flexlogic Carbon 27.2mm seatpost
Toseek full carbon saddle - more comfortable than you think - I rode 980 miles in 9 days on one of these with no issues (I can throw in a standard padded saddle for free if you want)
Continental Grand Prix 23c tyres in almost new condition, plus one spare GrandPrix 4000 S II 23c tyre, unused still in its box
Sram PC1110 chain (good condition - fairly new)

It's size 55cm - medium - which fits me at 5'9'' perfectly, but here are the geometry details:

Frame size 55cm
A - Seat tube length 505
B - Top tube length 543
C - head tube angle 73,0°
D - seat tube angle 74,0°
E - wheel base 985
F - forepart 589
G - chainstay length 406
H - Head tube length 150
M - stack 548
N - reach 386

BikeRadar have an excellent review on this bike: www.bikeradar.com/reviews/bikes/road-bikes/rose-x-lite-crs-3100-di2-review/

I'll be sad to see it go, but I've decided that N = 3 and I'm currently at 4!

Feel free to ask any questions.


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