If you want podium-worthy performance and a World Tour pedigree, look no further than BMC’s Teammachine SLR02. The incredibly light carbon frame features subtle damping and vertical plasticity to reduce fatigue and provide a luxuriously comfortable ride. BMC’s engineers also optimized tube shapes and lateral rigidity so your power gets red carpet treatment straight to the road, while the tapered carbon fork delivers precision handling. An 11-speed Shimano 105 drivetrain provides feather-light shifting, while BOYD wheels spin effortlessly, amplifying the weightless sensation of the SLR02. Bike has some sticker residue on the rear chainstay driveside and a few little paint chips, but nothing majorly wrong, the bike is ready to ride.
Size: 57 56.4tt
Front Fork: Carbon
Crankset: Rotor 3D Cranks and FSA 52/36 chainrings
Grab the hole shot and hold your position throughout the cyclocross course with KHS’s CX500. Its ultra-light T700 carbon frame accelerates effortlessly, while the T700 MSD Carbon CX fork keeps your front end cutting through the crud when the ruts start to freeze. The tough, Weinmann XC-180 rims stand up to crooked bunny hops and choppy corners, which pose little problem thanks to the tenacious Maxxis Mud Wrestler tires.
KHS’ Flite 600 is a lightweight road bike that features a full carbon frame and fork, a Shimano Sora drivetrain, and mechanical disc brakes. This one is in amazing shape only ridden less than a 1000 miles and ready for a new home.
This WSD Trek Madone is a must see. The paint job is beautiful and the bike is in amazing shape. Great bike for a growing child or a shorter women. Super light and great components, this bike is ready to roll.
The 555 is built using Look’s tube-to-tube construction. The frame features an oversized design connecting to an oversized bottom bracket. The rear triangle features are designed to emphasize vertical compliance, and up front is Look’s popular HSC4 fork to handle stability and steering. Each section of the frame illustrates that Look was going for comfort and stability with the 555 and the use of tube-to-tube construction allowed them to avoid the increased cost of more expensive (lugs or monocoque) methods.