55cm Condor Heritage Frame and Forks - Further Price Drop

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Gmcg01
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55cm Condor Heritage Frame and Forks - Further Price Drop

Postby Gmcg01 » 25 Aug 2019, 3:45pm

55cm Condor Heritage frame and forks complete with headset and Shimano cantilever brakes. Bought in 2010 the frame has been well maintained with only a few small chips and marks on it. Deep red colour with white panels and black fork. Tubing is Dedacciai SAT 14.5 triple-butted steel with a Tange infinity steel fork. Geometry and details from the Condor website:-
Seat tube centre to centre 51cm
Seat tube centre to top 55cm
Top tube (horizontal) 55.5cm
Seat tube angle 73°
Head tube angle 71.5°
Head tube length 15.5cm
Chainstay length 44.5cm
Bottom bracket height 26.5cm
Bottom bracket drop 70mm
Frame stack 57.8cm
Frame reach 37.8cm
Frame weight 2.2kg, fork weight 1.16kg
£350 ono Central Scotland but happy to discuss postage options. PM for photos.
Last edited by Gmcg01 on 9 Sep 2019, 8:39pm, edited 2 times in total.

Gmcg01
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Re: 55cm Condor Heritage Frame and Forks

Postby Gmcg01 » 27 Aug 2019, 10:02pm

Photo of the frame/forks and brakes.

Condor Heritage.jpg

Brakes.jpg

Gmcg01
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Re: 55cm Condor Heritage Frame and Forks - Price Drop

Postby Gmcg01 » 3 Sep 2019, 3:32pm

Price now reduced to £300.

roger
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Re: 55cm Condor Heritage Frame and Forks - Price Drop

Postby roger » 6 Sep 2019, 6:02pm

What is length of steering co;umn?

Are their 2 eyes on rear ends?

This might sound silly, is there a seat stay bridge. Just cannot see one.

Gmcg01
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Re: 55cm Condor Heritage Frame and Forks - Price Drop

Postby Gmcg01 » 6 Sep 2019, 6:21pm

Hi there,

Steering column is 230mm, yes there are two sets of eyes on the both the rear ends and the fork ends and there is a seat stay bridge which has a mudguard eye underneath it.


Graeme

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Re: 55cm Condor Heritage Frame and Forks - Further Price Drop

Postby Gmcg01 » 9 Sep 2019, 8:40pm

Price reduced to £275 to try and get a quick sale.

roger
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Re: 55cm Condor Heritage Frame and Forks - Further Price Drop

Postby roger » 9 Sep 2019, 9:27pm

The forks are too small for me.Will you take £275 posted without the forks?

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Re: 55cm Condor Heritage Frame and Forks - Further Price Drop

Postby Gmcg01 » 11 Sep 2019, 8:57am

Hi Roger, that should be fine and if you let me know your postcode either here or by PM I can look at postage options and let you know when I can send it.

Out of interest what saddle height do you use and what height difference are you looking for between saddle and handlebars? I only ask because the front end of the bike was higher than I had anticipated due to the clearance under the fork and I found it difficult to get the handelbars low enough for me (coming from a more road orientated background). I ride my saddle approx 725mm from the bottom bracket to middle (lowest point) of the saddle) and the drop to the centre of the bars is about 50mm. This is set up with one of the Specialized Multi Stems set as flat as I could get it.

Regards

Graeme