[price check] Canyon Roadlite

format

Über Member
Location
Glasgow.
Hi folks,

I'm toying with the idea of selling my Canyon Roadlite.

It's a 64cm frame, comes with a set of Mavic Ksyrium Elite S wheels, full ultegra groupset. The frame and groupset have seen around 2 seasons use, so around 7000km for me, with the wheels having done around 2-3000km. The wheels have been recently serviced + trued though.

What sort of price should I expect to get for this?

thanks in advance.
 

Big Nick

Senior Member
64cm frame.......how tall are you!!
 

Big Nick

Senior Member
You sale may be hindered by a rather restricted market then and you may need to be a bit flexible on price!
 

vickster

Legendary Member
A guess would be around 50-60% of what you paid but given the size you need to broaden your market as much as possible (I.e. Ebay and its 10-13% cut in fees)
 
OP
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format

Über Member
Location
Glasgow.
How much are they new?
Well, the bike with ultegra and aksiums went for something like £1200 when it was new. The ksyriums are something like £350-400 when new.

How much are they new? Which actual model is it?
2012 roadlite 7.0 AL CT.
 

vickster

Legendary Member
£500 sounds reasonable assuming you can find a buyer willing to pay that. The issue is you can now get a brand new carbon bike with a decent group set for well under a grand

You might get more stripping it for parts assuming they are in good nick

Why are you selling?
 
OP
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format

Über Member
Location
Glasgow.
£500 sounds reasonable assuming you can find a buyer willing to pay that. The issue is you can now get a brand new carbon bike with a decent group set for well under a grand

You might get more stripping it for parts assuming they are in good nick

Why are you selling?
Fancy a carbon bike, no other reason. Only planning on selling if I can get a good price for it right enough, it's a lovely bike and I would be nearly as happy to keep it really.
 

vickster

Legendary Member
Buy a frame, transplant the parts? What do you think a carbon bike will give you over a good light alu frame?
 
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format

Über Member
Location
Glasgow.
Buy a frame, transplant the parts? What do you think a carbon bike will give you over a good light alu frame?
I realise there's not a huge difference, it's more of a curiosity thing really - which is why I'm not willing to make a huge loss through selling.
 
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format

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Location
Glasgow.
If happy with it, comfortable etc, keep...or it's time for N+1 ;)
Budget, space and partner considerations rule that out, sadly. Already have 2 bikes, the other being a steel fixed gear. It's cheap enough that I don't mind leaving it locked up in the close, but there's definitely not enough room in our flat for 2 bikes to lay around, sadly.
 
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