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56cm Madone 6.2 Race Bike Part-Out with 10sp Shimano Stuff

Old 04-14-20, 10:49 AM
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56cm Madone 6.2 Race Bike Part-Out with 10sp Shimano Stuff

I can do discounts if multiple items are purchased by the same buyer. PayPal is fine, but Venmo is mo betta to avoid fees (prices listed accordingly). I've been on these forums for a loooong time, so the chances of me stiffing you are non-existent. PM me with questions/concerns/offers. All prices include shipping to the continental U.S. via USPS.

I gave this stuff a hasty half-assed cleaning, so the buyer could further improve the condition of the items with a little elbow grease.

This was my trusty steed for many years. It holds more race wins and KOM's than I can count. It's a 2013 56cm frame module with H1 geometry (aggressive), and the fork steerer has been cut for a slammed stem. It'll come with two and a half seat mast toppers (seatposts), one setback (on the frame) and two straight (one might be dodgy, but one is new). Brakes are included (obviously). I looked for the placeholder for the speed sensor but it might be gone...I'll keep looking though. I've pictured the only damage I could find, and both spots are on the rear triangle near the bottom bracket. One is from a wheel magnet flying off many years ago, and the other is from a small nail I picked up in my tire. I've been assured they are cosmetic paint chips by a Trek dealer. The bottom bracket was replaced about 6 months ago by a Trek dealer.

It'd be swell to get $600 out of the frame module. If you want to use PayPal, it'll be $625 (I hate fees).




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172.5mm Ultegra 6700 crank with 53/39 rings. Both rings were replaced last August (for $150 ). The cranks might look Shelley Duvall, but they function every bit of Ana de Armas.

$100 for this butterface. $105 if you use PayPal.


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Thomson X4 130mm stem. I prefered the rigidity and security of the wider 4-bolt clamp system over the normal 2-bolt setup Thomson usually uses in their road stuff.

$70 for this long thicc boi. $75 if you must use PayPal.


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SOLD Ultegra 6700 shifters. They work. They aren't as ratty as I though they would be.

Clicky bits go for $100 or $105 for the PayPal type.





SOLD Dura-Ace 7900 rear derailleur. New pulleys installed early last year.

An absolute steal at $75. Less of a steal at $80 PayPal.


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Nice frame
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Pardon my ignorance, but is a 56 cm bike of this vintage the same (BB to top tube) measurement as on vintage lugged steel frames?
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Originally Posted by 900ss View Post
Pardon my ignorance, but is a 56 cm bike of this vintage the same (BB to top tube) measurement as on vintage lugged steel frames?
Thatís a fantastic question. It would depend on the geometry of lugged frame. Modern bikes have sloped top tubes so the intersection changes by model.

Hereís a chart for the Madone


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Thank you very much for this, I appreciate it. I have some studying to do!
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