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Seven Ti SS CX

For Sale: 2002 Seven Ti SS CX, Alpha Q CX carbon fork, King HS, Record carbon levers, Phil Wood flip-flop wheels, D-A cranks/BB, Thompson Elite post, 3T bar/stem.

Price: SOLD

Frame specs:
- Integrity 325 Titanium tubing;
- Seat tube (c-c) = 47cm;
- Seat tube (c-t) = 51cm;
- Top tube (c-c eff) = 54.6cm;
- Top tube slope (estimated) = 4 degrees;
- HT angle = 72.5;
- ST angle = 73.0;
- Chain stay = 42.9cm;
- Head tube length = 8.4cm;
- Head tube extension = 1.0cm;
- Head tube diameter = 1 1/8";
- BB drop/height = 6.8cm;
- Wheelsize = 700c; and,
- Rear axle spacing = 135mm.

The frame was spec'd using:
- Handling = 6/10, where 1 = stable; 10 = agile.
- Drive train rigidity = 8/10, where 1 = lightweight; 10 = stiff.
- Vertical compliance = 5/10, where 1 = comfortable, 10 = stiff.
- Weight vs performance = 7/10, where 1 = lightweight; 10 = performance.

This frame was custom designed as a SS cyclocross bike and uses and eccentric BB to accomodate the required chain tension. As such, the rear dropouts are vertical, not horizontal like most SS bikes. Also, since this is a SS, the frame does not have any cable routing options for gears, or a rear derailleur hanger. The frame can be sent back to Seven to have these installed.

Parts:
- Fork: Alpha Q CX, 1 1/8", full carbon.
- Headset: Chris King, 1 1/8", black.
- Brake levers: Campagnolo Record carbon (just brake levers, no shifters).
- Wheels: Phil Wood flip-flop, fixed-free laced to Mavic Open Pro ceramics.
- Crankset/BB: Dura-Ace, 42T.
- Bar/Stem: 3T Prima 199/Zepp.
- Seatpost: Thompson Elite.

Email: mike@one-speed.com
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