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AEROAD CF 9.0 CT 2011

Single copy available in size 2XL, colour team, item no. AS1005898

Bike with visible signs of wear and tear
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Attention! Bike similar to illustration shown. Please refer to the specifications list for information on all fitted components.

If several test rides have been completed with a frame or bike then it is placed in category 4 when it is sold. This means that there are clearly visible signs of wear and tear on the cassette and chain, however both function perfectly. Category 4 bikes are bikes either from the showroom or - depending on the intensity of the tests - bikes which were used in tests for trade magazines. These bikes often display scratches and chipped paintwork caused by stones and they have often been ridden in the forest (applies only to mountainbikes). As with all Factory Outlet-bikes we give the same guarantee as on a current serial bike on all bikes in the category 4. Furthermore, the bikes are all built up by our workshop staff, checked and, if required, readjusted.

NOW ONLY: € 2,699.00
Former price: € 3,299.00 You save: € 600.00
Frame Canyon Aeroad CF
Fork Canyon Aeroblade SL
Headset Acros Ai-69 Fiber
Rear Derailleur Campagnolo Chorus 11s
Front Derailleur Campagnolo Chorus
Shifters Campagnolo Chorus Ergopower 11s
Brake levers Campagnolo Chorus Ergopower
Brakes Campagnolo Chorus
Hubs Mavic Cosmic Carbone SL
Cassette Campagnolo Chorus 11s 12-27
Rims Mavic Cosmic Carbone SL
Tyres Continental Grand Prix 4000s
Cranks Campagnolo Chorus Ultra-Torque Compact
Chainrings 50/34 (Compact)
Bottom Bracket Campagnolo Record UltraTorque
Stem Ritchey WCS 4-Axis 1 1/8 Zoll
Handlebar Ritchey WCS Logic II
Saddle Selle Italia SL Kit Carbonio
Seat post Canyon VCLS Aero Post
Pedals - - -
Tools Pure Cycling Torque Wrench
Handbook Pure Cycling Handbuch Roadbike
Weight 7,30 kg

Very good

Roadbike 03/2011 (model 2011)