FS:Custom Angletech Tour Easy EX (XL)--Reduced!



Angletech Custom TE Reduced Again!
Okay, here is one SWEET deal, which will hurt me more than
it hurts you. (sob!) The bike described below and in another
post for Custom TE by Angletech, is now $2300 for the whole
package or $2100 for the bike without the underseat rack and
panniers, which I can sell separately. This pannier/rack
combo, btw, is a $300 value. Get a custom bike for a nearly
stock price!

Well, I've decided to go back to the world of SWB. I love
the handling and all of my TE, but the SWB will work
better for me, especially as my commuting buses now have
bike racks.

This Tour Easy is a sweet, custom deal with many up grades
and accessories. All told, I've got about $4k invested. The
bike has about 1,300 miles on it and was purchased last year
in Nov. The only down side is that I fell once, so the
fairing is scratched, and the seat frame and rear dr. have
small, not very noticeable scratches, too. The rest of the
bike is clean. On the plus side, this is what you get!

Tinted Super Zzipper fairing and mounts (suitable for full
body sock); tinting helps tone down the scratches Tail Sok
and mounting hardware (tent pole version) XT rear dr. 445
front dr. Dura Ace barend shifters Two water bottle cages
Adjustable stem

Brakes: Avid Ball bearing rear disc Avid Arch Rival front
Avid 7 Speed dial levers

Velocity Aeroheat rims on Ritchy sealed pro hubs Ritchy WCS
Lifetime Headset Suntour Superb cranks (170) with 24/38/48
rings 11--34 cassette Philwood stainless bottom bracket Sram
chain Frame and Handlebar bags Rear rack Planet Bike fenders
Cyclestar mirror Single leg kickstand (for light weight) AND
ESGE double leg stand! Easy Rider underseat pannier rack
Easy Rider Lloooongg panniers

Currently the bike is fitted with Schwalbe Marathons, but
I'll include a hardly used Ritchy Tomslick rear, Vredestein
Monte Carlo slick front, and an unused, folding rear tire as
a spare for touring. I'll also include some basic platform
pedals and toe clips.

Add water bottles, a pump, your basic tools, and this is
set to tour!

It kind of breaks my heart to sell it, but this is not the
right bike for me at this time. I'd like to send it to a
good home, but her new owner will need to be tall (x-seam
44--48 inches). I'd really rather not deal with packing and
shipping, but if absolutely required, purchaser can pay for
all this to be done by my LBS. I can, however, deliver or
meet halfway within a large radius of central and southern
California. (I'd drive a few hours to meet someone). I've
attached a link to pictures of me and the bike heading out
on a tour. I'll be adding detail photos soon.


Scott email: [email protected]