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  • danielgroves
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    I should add, it’s a 58.

    danielgroves
    Member

    Selling my Specialised Secteur Triple road bike.

    Info from Evens Cycles:

    Roubaix-inspired Endurance Road geometry, FACT carbon fork with vibration-absorbing Zertz, and shaped tube sets make the Specialized Secteur Triple 2012 Road Bike stable, smooth, and efficient.

    Lightweight, A1 Premium Aluminium double-butted frame with smooth welds and integrated headset has S-shaped seatstays for vertical compliance and an efficient ride. Reliable new Espoir 25c road tyre with double BlackBelt puncture protection for stability and durability during high-mileage riding. Forged aluminium, dual Teflon-pivot brakes are light and reliable. Lightweight FACT carbon fork provides precise steering through tight turns, with Zertz inserts to absorb road chatter. Sturdy and fast-rolling Alex rims with 32 holes. Never miss a critical shift with Shimano 2300 STI shifters.

    Frame:
    Specialized A1 Premium Aluminium, fully manipulated tubing, smooth weld, compact design, integrated headset, rack eyelets
    Fork:
    Specialized FACT carbon legs, alloy crown/steerer, Zertz inserts
    Front Derailleur:
    Shimano 2300
    Rear Derailleur:
    Shimano 2300
    Number of Gears:
    24
    Shifters:
    Shimano 2300 STI
    Chainset:
    Shimano 2300 triple
    Bottom Bracket:
    Cr-Mo axle, 68mm x 113mm
    Cassette:
    Shimano HG-50, 8-speed, 13-26t
    Chain:
    KMC Z-51 nickel plate
    Pedals:
    Nylon flat test ride, loose ball, with reflectors
    Front Brake:
    Tektro forged alloy, dual Teflon-pivot
    Rear Brake:
    Tektro forged alloy, dual Teflon-pivot
    Handlebars:
    Specialized Comp, alloy, shallow bend
    Stem:
    Alloy, CP bolt,12-degree, 31.8mm
    Headset:
    1-1/8″ sealed Cr-Mo cartridge bearings integrated with headset, 20mm alloy cone spacer, with 20mm of spacers
    Grips:
    Specialized Roubaix wrap with 2.5 gel pads
    Rims:
    Alex S480, 32h
    Front Hub:
    Forged aluminium, sealed bearing, QR, 32h
    Rear Hub:
    Forged aluminium, double-sealed, cassette, QR, 32h
    Spokes:
    Stainless 14g
    Front Tyre:
    Specialized Espoir Sport with double BlackBelt, 60 TPI, wire bead, 700×25c
    Rear Tyre:
    Specialized Espoir Sport with double BlackBelt, 60 TPI, wire bead, 700×25c
    Tubes:
    Lightweight, presta
    Saddle:
    Body Geometry Riva Plus Secteur
    Seatpost:
    New Specialized Sport, alloy, 27.2mm
    Seat Binder:Alloy, 31.8mmExtra Features:
    Chainstay protector, chain catcher, derailleur hanger, clear coat, owner’s manual
    Weight:
    10.59kg (23.3lbs) approx for the 56cm size, with pedals (built). (PLEASE NOTE: Weight is approximate and is provided by Evans Cycles as a guide only, actual weight may vary due to manufacturing processes and other factors)

    Condition, price, etc

    Very good condition, a few marks which I’ve tried my best to capture in the photographs. Gave a service before I took the pictures. Bearings are smooth, no play I could notice anywhere and all silky smooth still.

    Looking for £400 ono, you can pickup from Bath or I can post at your cost.

    Pictures!














    cyclebiker
    Member

    Hello, can I ask how tall you are please? I am looking for a road bike but am not sute on either a 56 or 58.
    Thanks.

    danielgroves
    Member

    Hi,

    I’m 6’3″, and have the seatpost on the Max line.

    Cheers,

    Dan.

    cyclebiker
    Member

    Ah, possibly a little big, I’m only 5’9″ I’ll do some digging on the net see what the range is for that particular frame.

    danielgroves
    Member

    A friend did borrow it briefly one day who measures at 5’8″ and thought is felt ok, although I wasn’t with him at the time so I can’t comment on the accuracy of this.

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