November 9, 2016

Probably the best deal in history for a travel bike

SOLD

Noah is selling his oldie-but-goodie Waltworks travel frame/fork and he asked me to post here so that he can reach a wider audience. This bike predates the era of sliding dropouts/disc brakes/etc, but it could still be a great gravel-travel-all-around bike. Need a parts kit? I’m happy to provide whatever you want.

SOLD

Vital info:

-58cm toptube, 58cm seat tube. Takes a 27.2 post.

-72 HTA, 73 STA, 150mm head tube

-44cm chainstays, 270mm bb height (73mm drop)

-700x40c tire clearance.

-S&S couplers. I assume he plans to include the wrench.

-Paul horizontal dropouts, with a welded-in derailleur hanger if you want to run geared.

-Rim brake only.

-Headset and fork included.

One Comment on “Probably the best deal in history for a travel bike

Jeremy Cleaveland
November 14, 2016 at 3:18 pm

I have a wheelset to go with this, for sale.
Rare prototype DT rear hub, its a 240S singlespeed, non-disc.
Laced 32 hole 3 cross with butted DT spokes to Stans 355 29er rims.
Built by Mike Curiak.

Really amazing, strong, rare wheels, I just don’t have a frame to hang them on, and this one is too big for me.
$325 list price, ad and pictures in this post.

http://cleavelandmountaineering.blogspot.com/2016/09/since-2010-i-have-been-pedaling-with.html

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