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2007 Cervelo P3 Carbon
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MattBone
Posted 2008-02-03 5:32 PM (#609617)
Subject: 2007 Cervelo P3 Carbon



Posts: 813
Location: NY, NY
Hello Everyone, I went to Cadence today to get fitted on my Cervelo P3 and as it turns out (as I had feared) I am riding the wrong size frame. I am 5'11'' with a relatively short torso and should be riding a 54-56. That explains why I have been extremely uncomfortable and sitting up reaching during all

I have ridden this bike at most 200 miles including 4 races (3 sprints, 1 oly) I am looking for 4,000 firm (bike retails for 4,499.99) plus shipping if necessary. I have not looked at shipping costs but I am definitely going to take the bike to a shop to get broken down and boxed correctly.

Specifications (as found online) The bike comes stock:

Aerobar VisionTech TT Clip-on
Bar Tape Cervelo
Bottom Bracket FSA Mega EXO
Brake Calipers Cervelo Mach 2
Brake Levers Dia Compe 188
Cassette Shimano Ultegra 10-speed 12-25
Chain Shimano Ultegra 10-speed
Crank FSA SLK Carbon
Derailleur - Front Shimano Dura-Ace 10-speed
Derailleur - Rear Shimano Dura-Ace 10-speed
Handlebar VisionTech Basebar
Seatpost Cervelo SuperAero Carbon
Saddle Cervelo TT Special
Shifter Shimano Dura-Ace Bar End
Stem VisionTech Sizemore
Tires Vittoria Diamante Pro Light
Fork Cervelo Wolf CL
Wheels Shimano R-500 Aero/Easton Vista

Ultimate Seattube cutout - The curved seattube allows Cervelo to cover even more rear wheel than with the P2C cutout, thereby further improving the aerodynamics. Curving the seattube further up also eliminates the traditionally messy area of the rear brake bridge by morphing it into one smooth shape and tucking the brake right behind it. New dual position seatpost - An extremely narrow profile, two positions for shallow (UCI) and steep Tri positions, and a low weight construction.

Description: Ultimate Seattube cutout - The curved seattube allows Cervelo to cover even more rear wheel than with the P2C cutout, thereby further improving the aerodynamics. Curving the seattube further up also eliminates the traditionally messy area of the rear brake bridge by morphing it into one smooth shape and tucking the brake right behind it.

New dual position seatpost - An extremely narrow profile, two positions for shallow (UCI) and steep Tri positions, and a low weight construction.

Integrated Seattube collar - By integrating the seattube collar completely into the toptube, Cervelo is able to smooth the aerodynamic profile even further while the seatpost remains removable. So aerodynamically it is an integrated seatpost, structurally it is separate, making it easy to package for travel.

Pictures:
http://picasaweb.google.com/MatthewPMilone/CerveloP3

Call me or email me; 516-204-6650, MatthewPMilone@gmail.com
Bike is located in NY
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MattBone
Posted 2008-02-03 8:30 PM (#609635 - in reply to #609617)
Subject: RE: 2007 Cervelo P3 Carbon



Posts: 813
Location: NY, NY
Sorry everyone the bike is a size 58
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MattBone
Posted 2008-02-06 5:02 PM (#610087 - in reply to #609635)
Subject: 3600 For the Whole Rig



Posts: 813
Location: NY, NY
pm, call, or email
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MattBone
Posted 2008-03-12 10:33 AM (#612978 - in reply to #610087)
Subject: On Ebay



Posts: 813
Location: NY, NY
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140214204906
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