[SOLD] Boardman singlespeed frame ( medium)

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jim55

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Really light good looking frame ( I'm gutted as its just to small for me ) , it's aluminium and the welding is really nice and smooth ( almost like a carbon join really)
No damage whatsoever , funky looking shaped tubing , proper track ends ( and very very light )
Bb threads are good ( I used this bike )
The frame is a comp sc , apparently no longer for sale in uk
This is really well finished and a really good paint job
Oh yeah , did I say how light this was ha ha
I'm asking 60 quid and if I need to post it itl b sent at post cost ( which I know is 12.50)
Tt is 54 cm
Seat tube is 49 cm
I just felt that ( I'm 6,0) it's a tad too small for me
I'm in Glasgow so if it suits a pick up can b arranged
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Mad Doug Biker

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Nnnnngggggggg, I'm just not sure, I mean, I'm 5'10.
Do you have the forks by the way?


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Very, very tempted. That is one nice frame. Like MDB said, you got the forks?
 
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Go get it Jazloc, going on what you said before (a month or two ago), you need a new bike more than I do!
I've got a new bike! B'Twin Triban 3 but the whole N+1 thing and all... it's yours if you want it, I insist! ;)
 
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jim55

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I don't have the Boardman forks , but I bought carbon forks for it off eBay and a brand new headset that I bought I could supply frame , carbon forks and headset I installed for 100 quid and almost ready to roll
 
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Fairynuff, I just remember you saying.....
I was saying what? I don't remember :headshake:
 

Mad Doug Biker

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I don't have the Boardman forks , but I bought carbon forks for it off eBay and a brand new headset that I bought I could supply frame , carbon forks and headset I installed for 100 quid and almost ready to roll
What kind of weight is it? Also, the 48cm seat post, how does that affect the riding position? You said it was just a bit too small for you, so with me at 5'10, how 'too small' was it?


Thanks.
 
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jim55

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Btw guys 5,10 would b about ideal I think it was just a wee bit too wee for me , I'm totally gutted about it cos I wanted and always fancied the frame , so I bought and was aware that it could poss b too small for me , so I built it up and used it and I was just too big for it
Iv looked about and it's gen full Boardman bikes for sale and they are not cheap , so I know this is a bargain and I'd rather it gets used , realistically I'm never gona use it so I might as well pass it on
 
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jim55

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What kind of weight is it?
Well with forks and headset it's showing as 1800 grams on my kitchen scales , this may be a bit optimistic as its a bit of a balancing act to get a reading but I had it built up ( as a ss and not using the lightest wheels and a cheap - I.e heavyish crankset and two brakes ) and it was 7.9 kilos
 

Mad Doug Biker

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Thanks. I'll think about it and get back to you tomorrow

Oh and you say it's a single speed, can I put gears on it instead? Sorry, I just ride the bikes, my technical expertise is a bit limited but I want to learn by making up a winter bike or two....
 
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