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Fuji Track Pro - Track Bike - still for sale!

Post by AlanW » 26 Jul 2017 21:14

Im probably going to regret doing this, but I'm in the process of building up a new road bike and in order to fit the level of equipment I want to, something has to go :cry:

So here we have for sale my 54cm (Medium) Fuji Track Pro bike, it has never been crashed or dropped and is pretty much as it came out of the box to be honest. It has Mavic Ellipse track wheels fitted with Vittoria Pro Piste clinchers and Latex tubes. It has fitted to it a Miche 50t chain ring and the Miche carrier sprocket system with a 13T sprocket.

NOTE - The Look pedals are NOT included in the sale

This is the full spec for the bike:

Main frame A-6 Quaternary phase alloy, custom butted and Aero shaped Down tube, Integrated Head and Seat Tube.
Rear triangle A-6 Quaternary phase alloy butted seat stays with shaped ride tuned Chainstay, replacable Stainless Steel Drop-out
Fork FC-770 Fuji Straight Blade Integrated Carbon w/1 1/8" alloy steerer
Crankset NEW Fuji PGC Track 2PC, 144 bolt pattern, 48T
Headset V.P. 1 1/8" Integrated Road, with convex hollow alloy spacer
Handlebar Fuji PGC 7075 Alloy Track
Stem Fuji PGC Forged Alloy 31.8mm
Tape/grip Fuji Custom MicroFibre wrap
Saddle Prologo Scatch Pro w/cro-mo rails
Seat post IST (Integrated Seat Tube)
Seat clamp NEW Fuji PGC Al Overpost

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As you can see from the photo it has an integrated seatpost, so ideally it would suit someone around 5' 9" or shorter. But that said I have made some spacers (see photo) that would sit under the intergrated seat post that would allow riders up to 5' 10" possably even 5' 11"?

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It will also come with the following spares:
Miche 49T chain ring
Fuji 48T chain ring
Miche rear carrier plus 14T sprocket x 2
Miche 15t rear sprocke
Miche rear carier plus 16t sprocket x 2
Spare 1/8" chain for larger gearing options
Vittoria Diamante Pro Piste clincher (BNIB)

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So all in all this is a complete set up package offering the new owner every possible gearing combination for every application. I think that you will agree that this is great looking bike, it looks superb and handles like a absolute dream and to have it sat hanging in my garage to now only get used once or twice a year is an utter disgrace on my part. :oops:

Hence the reason for the sale, I am looking for £1000 for the lot, the bike alone was nearly double and that was without the Mavic track wheels.

Any questions, then please feel free ask or PM me
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Post by AlanW » 10 Aug 2017 11:51

A one off price reduction and if it doesn't go at this price, I shall hang onto to it

£800
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Post by jdtate101 » 11 Aug 2017 10:39

Very tempted....however I have neither the shed space or the cash to buy it right now. If you end up hanging on to it, I will have it off you when I've moved into my own place.

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Re: Fuji Track Pro - Track Bike

Post by Tim » 18 Aug 2017 12:24

Keep hold of it!

There's hopefully going to be a Halesowen v Beacon v Redditch Spring Track meet next year so everyone with a track bike or track experience will be needed. TBC if Jess Varnish will be taking part to take on our Jess, Helen and Gemma et al. :wink:
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Re: Fuji Track Pro - Track Bike

Post by AlanW » 30 Oct 2017 11:40

Still here and its got to go
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Re: Fuji Track Pro - Track Bike

Post by Zbutsom » 07 Jan 2018 10:49

Hi,
Still up for sale?

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Re: Fuji Track Pro - Track Bike

Post by AlanW » 07 Jan 2018 16:28

Yep, still here
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Re: Fuji Track Pro - Track Bike

Post by AlanW » 09 Apr 2018 10:08

Quite amazed that its still here, but I need space in the garage so and if anyone wants to make me a sensible offer, please free to PM me
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Re: Fuji Track Pro - Track Bike - still for sale!

Post by Tim » 12 Apr 2018 07:54

Just keep it and join the Beacon team that is going to dominate the Halesowen Track League!
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