Selling off my Pinrello Gan RS 2016 Road Bike. Size 46.5
Bought it around April 2017. Upgraded the wheels from stock to Fulcrum Red Wind XLR 50mm.
Also replaced the original chain with a more durable Dura-ace Chain.
Specs of the bike are as below:
Full Ultegra 6800 Groupset
11 Speed Rear Cassette (11-28)
Chain Ring (50-34)
Wheelset: Fulcrum Red Wind XLR 50mm (Comes with wheel bags)
Tyres: Continental GP4000S II (Front and Rear, replaced in May 2018)
Titanium QR Skewers
2 x Elite Custom Race Bottle Cage
Cinelli Gel Cork Bar Tape (recently replaced in May 2018)
Selle Italia Flite Saddle
1 x Topeak Race Pocket Mini Pump
1 Pair of Blackburn Click Front Light
Spare pair of Shimano Brake Pads
Spare Continental Inner Tube (80mm Valve)
*Pedals are not included*
If you need pedals, I can include the pair that is currently installed (it's about 2 months old only. Just replaced it)
- Look Keo 2 Max Pedals (+$80)
The selling price is negotiable as long as it's reasonable.
Reason for selling: I'm leaving the country next year and want to avoid the hassle of bringing my road bike along. So I'm selling it.
Therefore, if you give a decent offer, I am willing to consider it.
This bike is made from carbon fibre grade (Toray T900) that is only 1 grade below the Dogma F8 (Toray T1100)
You get to ride a bike that rides very similarly to an F8 Dogma, without having to pay the price of a F8 Dogma.
It is a very stiff, fast and responsive ride. The difference from an Aluminium or Entry Level carbon bike is very significant.
Check out the reviews for this bike
The upgraded wheelset (Fulcrum Red Wind XLR 50mm) is an amazing set of rims.
It has carbon deep section profiles for the added aerodynamic gains and aluminium brake surfaces. You essentially get the weight saving benefits from carbon and avoid the risk of carbon brake surfaces. This means no need for special brake pads too!
You can find the review of the wheelset here
I always keep the bike well maintained. Wiped down after every ride and re-lube the chains every couple of weeks.
Also wash the bike at least once a month or every time I have a rainy or wet condition ride.