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Scott Quiring Cyclocross Frame 59 cm

Old 04-13-17, 07:55 AM
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Scott Quiring Cyclocross Frame 59 cm

I've had this frame about five years. I rode it several centuries on it but I haven't ridden it in a few years now. It is a strong and light frame, stiffer than my weight (165 lbs) requires. With the steep seat tube angle and short top tube, you may want to use a seat post with a bit of offset (which I can supply).

I'm thinking $265 shipped within the contiguous 48 states.

Sorry about the terrible photo! The detail photos are a little better. I'll post better photos later.

There is no metal damage; no dings, dents, etc. but there are blemishes in the paint (it may actually be powder coat; I'm not sure) the dark marks you see in the photos are under the paint. And the decals were poorly applied.

Made by Scott Quiring about 15 years ago.

Oversized Dedacciai tubing (Dedacciai decal on chain stay, Dedacciai Zero Uno decal on fork blades
1 1/8" (28.6 mm)Top tube and seat tube, 1 1/4" (31.8 mm) down tube

Head tube angle 71
Seat tube angle 74
Fork offset about 5cm

Frame weighs 2130 g (4.69 lb) including the seat post pinch bolt and the shift boss stops adjusters
Fork weighs 875 g (1.92 lb)

28.6 mm seat tube 59 cm c-c
28.6 mm seat tube 61.5 cm c-t
28.6 mm top tube 56 cm c-c
32 mm down tube
Stays 43 cm

Takes 1" threaded headset
27.2 mm seat post
68 mm English thread BB shell
Ritchey vertical dropouts
Head tube 18.7 cm
Steerer 23 cm long

I forgot to measure the tire clearance. I rode this with 35 mm Paselas and clip-on fenders; without the fenders it will take 38 mm or bigger (I will check just how much bigger).
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aww, made in Michigan (yes), cyclocross frame (yes), but it being a tad large in the ST is what I will use to resist this frame.. For now.

Love the tire clearance on this bike.
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That is just about what I am looking for, alas no funds nor time for it.
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