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    My New (old) Salsa Las Cruces Commuter

    Hi all. I purchased this bike right after the original owner finished building it up, then sold it before moving. Last week, I tracked down the person that I sold it to. It turned out that he hadn't even sat on the bike due to an injury, so I bought it back from him. Build is as follows:

    -Salsa Las Cruces scandium frame
    -Winwood carbon cyclocross fork
    -Cane Creek headset (model unknown)
    -Mavic CXP33 rims laced to 105 hubs
    -Ultegra shifters and rear derailleur, 105 front derailleur
    -Ultegra 9-speed cassette
    -FSA cranks and chainrings
    -Salsa stem and bars
    -Selle Italia Turbomatic 4 saddle
    -Michelin Cyclo Cross Mud 2 tires
    -Avid Shorty Ti brakes

    Really enjoying this ride again.


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    Sweet ride! I like the colors! How much was it ?
    The most important thing is what God thinks about it. He will have the final say. Joshua Stinebrink

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    Quote Originally Posted by ae111black
    Sweet ride! I like the colors! How much was it ?
    About $1200 the first time around. Cheaper this time. Before anyone asks, my current commute is very short (about 3.1km each way), and I won't be riding this bike every day. I'd like to use this bike get into cyclocross as well (it was designed for that purpose, after all).

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    Cool- Ultegra 9, and it even knows its way home!
    Recalculating....

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    I have no idea what this bike weighs, but it feels really light for being mostly non-carbon. Anyone care to estimate based on the current build?

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