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Location: Washington, DC Metro Area

I built this single speed bike about a year ago for commuting after my last bike was stolen. The bike weighs under 20lbs, and is super fast and responsive - it's a really fun bike to ride. Frame size is 57cm- I am 6'0 and it fits me well, but also could go on the smaller side to accommodate someone shorter. Gear ratio is 42t x 18t.

Frame: Scattante XRL Team aluminum frame with carbon fiber fork
Wheelset: Neuvation M28 Aero wheels with Bontrager AW2 700x25c tires and puncture-resistant tubes. Freewheel is very quiet so no loud clacking while coasting
Bullhorn handlebars with two SRAM 500 TT brake levers
SRAM crankset and chain
Front and Rear Campangnolo Veloce Brakes
Forte Pro TT Saddle
Gusset Bachelor SS chain tensioner
Forte Boulevard Pedals - one side is a platform for riding with normal shoes, the other side has speedplay clips for biking shoes with speedplay clips

In addition, I am throwing in the following extras:
SKS Raceblade Fender Set (for front and rear wheels)
Trek Saddle Bag
Bontrager Race lite water bottle cage
If you want (and your feet are the right size) I'll also throw in my Nashbar Mountain bike shoes with the clips for the pedals (size 9 or 10 mens). They sat in the closet for a long time and I just started using them recently, so they are in excellent condition (Nashbar Product Reviews and Ratings - Nashbar - Nashbar Multi-Purpose Mountain Shoes from Nashbar)

The bike was well-used, so it has some scratches and scrapes, but it is in top-notch mechanical working order. It really is a great bike, and I'm sad to sell it, but I do not need it anymore.
I have been building and fixing bikes for years, and would be happy to adjust it for its new owner.

Would prefer to sell locally, potentially willing to consider shipping.