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Old 09-26-2009, 05:32 PM   #1
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Jamis Supernova Cross Bike

Here is the info on my tricked out Jamis Supernova.



54 CM Kinesium/carbon frame. Total bike weight 19 lbs.

Ritchey WCS Stem, Salsa bell lap bars/salsa bar top levers

Thomson seat post w/ Sella Italia Signo saddle

TRP Carbon/ti Canti brakes w/ green Swiss Stop pads

Easton CX 90 carbon fork w/ uncut steerer tube

FSA CX integrated headset w/ Chris King spacers

FSA Gossamer CX cranks

Shimano Ultegra 10 Speed

Dura-ace cables and chain

Candy C pedals

Easton Velomax wheels w/ velo plugs, Schwalbe 32 C Racing Ralphs, and Schwalbe UL tubes

Salsa Ti Skewers



Bike is ready to race and in A+ mint condition. Low miles. Never raced, crashed. Frame is protected w/ Veloskins under downtube, top of top tube, and under all cables. No scratches, dings, chips. Basically looks like it did the day I bought it. Respond to ad or call at 720-840-5679 if you have any questions. $1700 + Shipping
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Old 09-27-2009, 06:21 PM   #2
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That is a pretty bad ass cross bike. I'm not in the market for such a light weight bike, as I'd break it pretty quickly. But, I just wanted to comment on a really sweet looking bike... and 19 lbs, geez.
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Old 09-27-2009, 06:39 PM   #3
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Thanks. I wish I could keep it, but I have another bike project I have started. Eventhough it's light, it can take plenty of abuse. The frame is super stiff, the easton fork is the strongest cross fork on the market, and the deep v rims can take a pounding. As soon as I build my new snow bike, I'll post pictures. It's a Surly Pugsley with 3.7" tires.
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