by bikesandboats
Published: 22nd September 2021 (4 months ago)
Size? (Frame, clothing, wheel size etc. You can pick 3)
Will post in UK

Looking to sell my Graham Weigh road bike, it’s a 56cm frame made of Columbus SL or SLX tubing – I can’t remember which it is now but either way it’s a nicely built steel frame. I had it powdercoated not long ago but it has a few normal scuffs from being lent on bike racks.

Parts are as follows;
Fork – Dedacciai 1 inch threadless
Rims – Rigida Ryde 32h
Front Hub – Shimano DH 3D37 QR Dynamo – Nothing super fancy but reliable.
Rear hub – no logo flip flop hub – not the smoothest bearings but easy to replace and no play in them.
Freewheel – White Industries Trials ENO 18t – I had a trials freewheel spare so I put it on here, it engages crazy quick. I replaced the green lockring with a red one.
Cranks – White Industries retro mtb cranks (not the American made CNC version but still cool) – To get the right chainline using mtb cranks this bike has a really short bottom bracket, makes for a nice q-factor and the crank/frame fit together really neatly (see the photos) The chainline is spot on as it is.
Chainring – Talon 46t – I’ll throw in a 42t red Talon chainring as well if you want to make the gearing a bit more hill friendly.
Pedals – Some Kink BMX plastic things, they work like pedals should.
Brakes – Sram something or other. They stop the bike real good.
Saddle – San Marco Rolls – Super cool and comfy for your ‘arris.
Lights – Axa Pico 30 front and Herrmans H-Trace mini rear. – Neither are crazy bright but very good lights for being seen and both have standlights.
Tyres – Front is a Vittoria Zaffiro Pro and Schwalbe Durano folding rear, front tyre hasn’t done many miles, rear is okay but I’ll throw in a spare.
Controls – Superstar Stem, BLB straight handlebars, Race Face Grips and Tektro RL721 crosstop levers (with a 31.8-25.4mm shim)
Mudguards – SKS raceblades – The front one had a small crack at the top and I repaired it with sugru.
Other bits – It has some 3d printed d/t shifter boss covers. Not sure what the headset is but it’s nice and smooth. Halo Hex front skewer. Basic Alloy seatpost.

Overall it’s a really nice practical bike and I will be sad to see it go but I haven’t ridden it for a while now and it deserves some use. If you would prefer to set it up with drop bars or gears then I have plenty of parts that could help you with that. If you want more photos or any other details just send me a message.

I’m no longer living in the South-East but I travel to Oxfordshire often, I can post it or you could collect it from South Wales.

I’m not really sure what it’s worth but I think £550 would be a decent price, I’m happy to entertain offers however.

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