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Subject: WTB: 48cm triathlon bike
I'm in the market for a 48cm carbon triathlon bike. I'm leaning towards a P2 or P3 Cervelo but I am open to other brands. Looking for Ultegra or Dura Ace components. Like everyone else, not trying to break the bank here ... let me know if you have something!

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2013-11-23 5:09 PM
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Subject: RE: WTB: 48cm triathlon bike
What amount is not breaking the back for you?
2013-11-24 5:20 AM
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Subject: RE: WTB: 48cm triathlon bike

 

I have a 2007 Orbea listed on here for sale it's the size your looking for Ultegra drive train, look for my sig line and take a look I bumped it on Friday.

 

2013-11-24 8:16 AM
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I have a couple XS and one small 2011 Blue Triad EX TT bikes that are hardly used at all. Sram Force builds with American Classic Aero 420 race wheels ($1k on their own). The frame set sold for $2500 and the build retailed over $4000. Selling for $1800 shipped with a 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee.

Here's an album of pics of a medium-long of the same bike: http://s1164.photobucket.com/user/triguy44/library/2011%20Blue%20Triad%20EX

let me know what you think. Thanks!

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2013-11-25 1:57 PM
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Subject: RE: WTB: 48cm triathlon bike
I have a 47cm 2009 Jamis Trilogy. SRAM components 650wheelset. I believe it is aluminum with carbon fork. Bikapedia has specs. Only looking for $600. I have some pics if interested. Can email me at gnicastrimd@msn.com
2013-11-27 10:52 AM
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Subject: RE: WTB: 48cm triathlon bike
Thanks for the responses everyone - I looked at the bikes you mentioned but I think I'd prefer a Cervelo, maybe a QR or Felt.

Not breaking the bank would be 2k or less.


2013-11-29 6:39 PM
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Subject: RE: WTB: 48cm triathlon bike
I have a P2 Cervelo that I bought thinking I'd like the 650 wheels on it. I'm in between sizes so I ended up liking the 700's on another bike better. It has everything that you see if you google the 2013 P2. I paid 2500 for it new in the Spring and did ONE sprint tri with it. (Lake Logan) and never wiped out, wrecked or damaged it. It is beautiful and sweet bike, but really like my dependable road bike for now. You can email me...fleabird@rocketmail.com for more info.
2013-12-01 1:06 PM
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Subject: RE: WTB: 48cm triathlon bike
I have a very well maintained 2011 QR CD.01 Ultegra size S (49) that you can have for $2K shipped from Burbank, CA.

ETA: No scratches or crashes and I will include an Adamo Race saddle.

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