Blue Prosecco S 51cm 700c EX-Gravel Carbon Cyclocross CX Bike Ultegra Di2 NEW
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BLUE COMPETITION CYCLES PROSECCO EX-GRAVEL

NEW IN BOX / MSRP $4399 / SHIPS IN 24HRS

SHIMANO ULTEGRA Di2

The Prosecco EX-Gravel is designed to take you to the end of the road and beyond. The beautifully crafted carbon machine combines road performance with durable to create one of the most versatile bikes on the market. It features massive clearance for 38C tires, lending all-terrain capability. A tall head tube is employed for a more upright riding position and mated to minimalist flat seat stays for greater riding comfort over rough terrain. BLUE completes the Prosecco EX-Gravel with stiffing thru-axles front and rear as well as Shimano Ultegra Di2 components. FSA SL-K carbon handlebars and Vision Metron 40 carbon wheels making this the ultimate all around gravel bike.

SPECIFICATIONS:
  • Brand: Blue
  • Model: Prosecco EX-Gravel
  • Weight: 18.9lbs (Size 51cm)
  • Condition: New in box 
Note: Images taken from size 51cm

COMPONENTS:
  • Frame: BLUE-TEC High Modulus UD T-700 Carbon
  • Fork: BLUE-TEC High Modulus UD T-700 Carbon
  • Wheelset: Wheels FSA Vision Metron 40 Clincher Carbon, height 40mm
  • Headset: tapered, Integrated, cartridge bearing
  • Tires: Tires Hutchinson Overide 38 Gravel Series
  • Shifters: Shimano ST-R785, Hydraulic, Di2
  • Front derailleur: Shimano Ultegra, RF-6870
  • Rear derailleur: Shimano Ultegra, RD-6870
  • Handlebar: FSA SL-K Carbon
  • Crankset: Shimano Ultegra, FC-6800, 46/36T
  • Casette: Shimano Ultegra, CS-6800, 11-28T
  • Pedals: None
  • Chain: KMC X11, 11 Speed
  • Bottom bracket: PF30 to 24mm Shimano HT II crank adapter
  • Spokes: 28H, Black, J-pull
  • Stem: Aerus Aluminum
  • Seatpost: Aerus SP-945 carbon
  • Brakes: Shimano R785 flat mount
Max rider weight: 220lbs

DIMENSIONS:

PLEASE NOTE: The title of the ad defines this bike by the effective top tube length, measurement "A" shown in the image. That is what we chose to define the bike as. It's important to understand that there really aren't any standard ways a bike is defined in regards to size. It may be difficult for a novice who doesn't understand the complexity of non-standards in given measurements the bike world. A size "59" frame for example could mean many things. We strongly advise anyone steer clear of relying upon subjective measurements, such as "Extra Small," or using the number size of the bike and assuming it can only mean one thing.

The best way to know a size is by comparison of a few objective measurements shown below; to what you had previously, alterations what you want now, etc. Proper and accurate size fit requires actual measurements.


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Notes on complete bike purchases:
  1. Some assembly required. It is advised that a professional mechanic perform the assembly. It is at our discretion which warranty claims are due to improper assembly versus actual defects, and no warranty claims will be accepted unless it is proven that a professional mechanic performed the assembly. Please refer to the attached video on what you may need to do to assemble the bike.
  2. Only the size we photographed and assembled will have its weight provided.
  3. No sizing information will be provided beyond what’s written above. We'd prefer to only open one size of each model. I'm sure as a customer, you'd not wish to have your bike box opened, unwrapped, and disturbed. So, anything that would differ from size to size, like crank length, stem length, weight, and images, will not be provided. Assume that the manufacturer provided the lengths that made sense given the size of the bike.
  4. We cannot determine proper sizing given your body. It’s a personal choice as to which size you prefer, and there are loads of resources online for you to best choose a size that fits your body. We advise you to stay away from resources regarding standover height as a method of determining size.
  5. We will not warranty any crank issue due to improper assembly. Failure to sufficiently tighten crank bolts, pedals, or putting the wrong pedal in the wrong crank arm (there are right and left pedals), will not be warrantied. 
  6. The manufacturer may have made equal, but different subsitutions on the bike such as tire brand, stem length, crank length, etc. We cannot open all the boxes, unwrap them from their protective packaging, and verify that every single bike is exactly the same as the bike we used for images and this components list. It is highly probable that your bike will be identical, but if it happens that not everything is exactly the same and all parts are equivalent in quality, we will not offer any compensation for the parts to be replaced.

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