Specialized Secteur Triple 56cm Road Bike $525

$525
Call: 100-020-1505
 
New York, Rochester,
  • Specialized Secteur Triple 56cm Road Bike  $525
  • Specialized Secteur Triple 56cm Road Bike  $525
  • Specialized Secteur Triple 56cm Road Bike  $525
  • Specialized Secteur Triple 56cm Road Bike  $525
  • Specialized Secteur Triple 56cm Road Bike  $525
  • Specialized Secteur Triple 56cm Road Bike  $525
Looking for an entry level road bike? Not ready to buy new? Look no further.

Specialized's Secteur Triple has a nice A1 Premium aluminum frame with an ideal body-friendly riding position to keep you feeling fresh mile after mile. Combine that with its vibration-damping carbon fork with Zertz inserts and quick-rolling Alex wheels and you may never want to stop riding. Plus, the Secteur boasts a Shimano 24-speed drivetrain for easy climbing, sure-stopping dual-pivot brakes, a comfy Specialized seat and a host of their quality aluminum components.

I got into cycling in spring 2013 and got this Specialized Secteur Triple as my first ever road bike. I road it a 4-5 times per month in the summer months in 2013 and 2014, including in Tour de Cure, and then last summer I only rode it twice.

The bike has an endurance focused geometry, making it more comfortable than a traditional racing bike on longer rides. Men's Journal rated it as one of the best bikes for under $1,000. http://www.mensjournal.com/expert-advice/the-best-road-bikes-you-can-buy-under-1-000-20150512/specialized-secteur-triple

Bike has 56 cm frame appropriate for people 5'9" to 6'0".

This bike has been outfitted with Look Keo pedals which I plan to keep. I will reinstall the original pedals.

The bike has a Cateye Strada Cadence cycling computer, which I would be willing to sell with the bike for an additional $50 (MSRP). This saves you installation time and saves me removal time.

The Bontrager bottle cages are yours for $20 each.

I installed a Rokform phone mount valued at $80 and have iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 ($40 each) cases compatible with the mount which I would be willing to include with the bike for $100 extra. Saves $20 plus installation.

I plan to keep the lights and seat bag, but I could be persuaded to sell them for MSRP.
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