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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Los Angeles, CA

    FS: Tiny Race Ready Custom Primus Mootry Cyclocross Bike, 45cm dt, 50cm tt

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    I am selling my Custom Primus Mootry carbon and alloy cyclocross bike.

    This bike has Enve carbon downtube and top tubes. It has a 45cm c-c seat tube and 50c-c top tube and runs on 700c wheels.

    It was originally built for Cyclocross Pro Amy Dombroski, she raced it for one season and I have been lightly riding it and raced it only twice since. I absolutely love how it rides and was planning on keeping it this year, but I am going to get a team bike for the team I race with.

    Here is an article written about the bike when it was first built for her:


    The Good:

    I upgraded the carbon fork to an ENVE carbon fork (the best fork on the market)
    I upgraded the derailleur and shifters to SRAM Red
    I upgraded the headset to Chris King
    I upgraded the seatpost and stem to Thomson
    The Inertia Racing Tech wheels were put on this past year and have under 100 miles total on them.
    I have a set of custom built alloy tubular race wheels that have less than 30 miles I can include for only $400 with tires (I paid $600 plus labor and close to $100 for tires)

    The Bad:
    The paint is very thin to save weight and as a result has chipped very easily and could be re-painted. This is only a cosmetic issue. You could also love and ride it as-is. (it is a cross bike after all)

    The bike does not include pedals, and will be shipped built with black paul neo-retro brake calipers instead of the ones pictured.

    Critical measurements:

    Rider's height: 1.55m (5' 1") <--- this was Amy's height. I am 5'2.5" and it fits me perfectly too
    Rider's weight: 48.5kg (107lb)
    Saddle height, from BB (c-t): 633mm
    Seat tube length, c-t: 495mm
    Seat tube length, c-c: 450mm
    Tip of saddle nose to C of bars (next to stem): 435mm
    Saddle-to-bar drop (vertical): +10mm
    Head tube length: 100mm
    Top tube length: 500mm
    Total bicycle weight: 6.88kg (15.17lb) <--- this was how she had it built, not sure what it weighs now but it should be around that. It's really light!

    New this bike would cost over $5000. I am asking $2000 plus shipping or $2400 with both sets of wheels.

    Please feel free to ask any questions. I am located in Los Angeles if you want to check it out or pick it up.
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    Last edited by Crystal; 06-02-2014 at 01:11 PM.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jul 2014
    I am interested in this bike. Is it still available?
    Thank you!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Los Angeles, CA

    I have had a few people interested in this bike, but it has either been too small or too big for them. I need to sell it by next month, so I am reducing the price to $1750. I also have some eggbeater pedals I can throw in.

    I hope this bike goes to a good home, its so much fun to ride and such a rad little bike.



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