I will be selling my Bicycle in Coyhaique from 23-25th September,
Below are the components of the Bicycle
Best Price wins
Merida Matts 70-D (USD 850)
26 inch wheels
Front and Rear Disc Brakes
100mm Front shocks with remote lock out
-SRAM X-5 Derailleur system
-3x10 gear set—at the lowest Granny gear, it enables you to tackle the hardest hill.
-SR Suntour Front fork 100mm Travel, for tackling Ripios in Carretera Austral,
-The front suspension comes with the awesome Remote Lockout- on the left hand side next to the handlebar, easily accesible when you are straining uphill
-Pedal are cleatable, if you prefer so, to make use of of every ounce of your pedal motion.
Equipment for Touring Purposes (USD 300)
1) Fitted with a Front Rack , with 2 DIY pannier bags
2) Rear Rack is Topeak Brand, with an awesome
3) Foldable Topeak Pannier system
4)Also equipped with extension beyond the rear rack to include a basket (for my Mochilla and Food stuff)
5) Tyres- Michellin Country Rock touring tyres 26x 1.95
6) Topeak Hexus II tool kit- Addresses all your emergency needs. (Something I’d love to bring home!)
7) Cateye Velo 7 Cyclometer- current Speed, Average, Max, moving Time, Odometer
8) Cateye ultrabright Lamp- very light, USB Charged, frees up the need for a separate Charger
9) Rear light 8 modes, with laser light function
10) Top tube bag with 3 compartments
11) And Most importantly, this seat, Velo Chico90. The most comfortable seat I’ve ever sat on. Takes out all the bumps. VERY Damn difficult to find.
12) Hand Pump. Good for pumping up to 22PSI with ease.
13), Tube puncture repair kit.
Additional items for Camping (USD 189)
- O degrees rated sleeping bag from New Zeland
- Doite Sleeping Mat to keep out the cold and humidity from the ground
- Single person light tent 1.4kgs
- Doite Ultralight Butane Burner 78g
- any remaining butane catridges
- two Good Tarps - 100x 60 cm
- and 200 x 300cm allowing you to set up camp dry in the rain.
-Guatero (Hot water bottle) for the colder nights