Details about 2009 ORBEA OPAL 48cm Road Bike Frame W/ Fork Full Carbon Black White SHOWROOM2009 ORBEA OPAL 48cm Road Bike Frame W/ Fork Full Carbon Black White SHOWROOM See original listing
17 May, 2014 11:25:17 AEST
Approximately AU $955.08(including postage)
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Crosslake, Minnesota, United States
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Frame and Fork
Road Bike - Racing
Caliper - Side Pull
2009 ORBEA OPAL 48cm Road Bike Frame W/ Fork Full Carbon Black White SHOWROOM
Our Part#: 350896
2009 ORBEA OPAL 48
ROAD/TRI BIKE FRAME & FORK W/ FSA HEADSET
With a more classic European yet modernized frame aesthetic, the Opal delivers tremendous value at a competitive price point for the serious yet perhaps more conservative customer. The combination of a simplified rounder, oversized shape with Orbea's SSN technology and the same high-performance materials as the top-of-the-line Orca, provides the stiff and sturdy ride that this scene demands. Taking all mechanical properties into account, the blend of M30S F1 high-modulus and T700 medium-modulus carbon fibers allow the Opal to deliver confidence through the tightest corners, power in the fastest sprints and durability for the most aggressive riders. Look for the ride of choice for countless racers and serious cyclists atop the podium across the American race circuit.
AVAILABLE FRAME MEASUREMENTS*:
*approximate - our measurement
**we don't believe this frame was ever set-up, though the fork and headset are installed. we were unable to find any blemishes anywhere, not on the fork or frame. comes as shown - please see photos.
This is a USED / DEMO item. This item has been used. This item will have some cosmetic defects. Please see description and images. We make every effort to give an accurate representation of the condtion of this item, including cosmetic defects. No after sale compensation will be made for cosmetic defects.
General Assembly Notes:
While working on bicycles is not difficult, an improperly assembled / tuned bicycle can lead to damage to the bicycle or injury to you. We recommend that you have a qualified mechanic install components and service your bicycle.
Brakes - It is not uncommon that new hydraulic brakes would required bleeding. While not difficult for a qualified mechanic it is very easy to introduce air into the lines. We strongly recommend you have a qualified mechanic bleed your brakes if necessary.
Wheels - It is not uncommon that a new wheel may require some minor truing and if equipped bearing cone adjustment.
Suspension - Shocks are not easily serviced outside a shop setting. Any adjustment beyond rebound and sag should be done by a shop. Quick note on lockout function, it will not become rigid, it will however be very stiff.
NOTE: STRIPPED THREADS IN CRANKS AND PEDALS ARE DUE TO THOSE COMPONENTS NOT BEING PROPERLY TIGHTENED. STRIPPED THREADS DUE TO IMPROPER ASSEMBLY / MAINTENANCE ARE NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY.
Before disc brakes, before V-brakes, before suspension forks, around the time the first index shifters that actually worked and the first production mountain bikes hit your LBS, Ben Gibbs started Bennett’s Cycle in St. Louis Park, MN. In the late ‘90’s he sold that shop and started experimenting with online sales. Ben started selling on eBay in ’99, back in the day when your default user ID was your email address. If you wanted to get fancy you could change that to your website URL. That ID (can’t put the name here because it included a URL) was one of the first to exceed 100,000 positive feedbacks. In 2006 Ben sold that company and moved to his cabin near Cross Lake.
In 2006, I, Tom Maschhoff, made the jump from employee to partner and started Crosslake Sales with Ben. Our history and passion for bicycles and cycling gear goes way back and provides inspiration for our future.
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Where we are:
We also have two other remote warehouses in the area for a total footprint of 35,000 sqft