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FS Marin Mill Valley
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This bike has been well looked after. I bought this bike to commute across the Medway towns then went and got a job working from home so it has had very limited use. Its a Marin Mill Valley Alp, aluminium frame with carbon fork & the renowned Marin CXR carbon rear seat stays, not only does this reduce the weight but also makes it very comfortable on the road, weighs in at 20. 22ibs. I paid £1100 for the bike & then upgraded the fork to a Specialized Fact Carbon fork.
The wheels are also upgraded to Planet X wheels with their Superlight hubs, bladed spokes and deep, colour co-ordinated rims.
Ultralite ali and carbon skewers.
Hope seat post clamp
FSA sealed bearing headset
Avid single digit brakes with Clarks dual compound pads.
Shimano front brake modulator so its very difficult to lock the front wheel but you don't loose any braking power.
Ultegra rear mech
SRAM 11-26t rear cassette
50-35t front chainset and KMC coloured linked chain.
FSA carbon bars
There's a very small chip on the non-drive side chainstay which you'll see in the photos but that is the only mark on it
This is a great bike but sadly have no use for it anymore. Any questions please feel free to ask

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