Bright yellow Trek Dura-Ace Di2 SOLD

Trek Domane Project One 2015 58cm Condition (can pass as new) $4,200 SOLD

Spec for this Project One (factory custom built)

• MSRP was $12,000.

• Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 Compact 11 speed (electronic shifting)

• Series 600 carbon frame and fork

• Trek Aeolus 5 carbon wheels with black lettering (about 50 mm deep)

• Radioactive yellow paint, carrera blue Lettering and brake cable housings

• Trek Pro IsoCore VR short reach 42 mm carbon bars

• Affinity Pro saddle with carbon rails (138 mm width)

• RLX carbon bottle cages (black)

• Trek duo trap speed and cadence sensor (fits in frame) Bluetooth and Ant+ signals

Detail of condition

This bike has been meticulously maintained. Cleaned, thoroughly dried, lubricated and waxed every 100 to 200 miles. If ridden in rain or wet roads this process was completed after ride. I am the only person who has ever ridden it. It has never been dropped, or wrecked.

To insure buyer can have confidence in purchase the follow work has recently been completed. Over $700 worth of preventive maintenance work. Most of the parts were still in good condition. Now these items are all new condition.

• Dura-Ace cassette (11-28) replaced (part $224.99)

• Dura-Ace 11 speed chain replaced (part $44.99)

• Shimano latest version bottom bracket BB90 (part $35.99)

• Shimano headset replaced (parts $71.99)

• Both Bontrager all-weather 700 x 25 tires (parts $89.98)

• Both tubes 80mm valves (parts $17.98)

• Tire liners (parts $13.49)

• Both sets of Bontrager cork brake pads (parts 62.98)

• Speed and cadence battery (part $4.99)

• Bar tape is in very good condition

• Total parts $562.39 plus tax

• Labor $199. plus tax

• Latest Di2 update

Save over $350 in sales tax over buying a new bike.

Charlie 813-323-1075

Bicycle.Four.Ever@gmail.com

Date acquired: 1 Apr 2015
Frame material: Carbon
Frame size (cm): 58
Distance ridden (Kilometers): 32000
Brand - Road Bike: Trek
Model: Domane 600
Rider gender:
Male
Female
Serial number: WTU117T0026K
How long owned?: over 2 years

Public discussion (12)

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Roberto L

19 days ago

Thank you from California Charles! I really will enjoy riding that bicycle! Can notice you have had attention to detail to the bike. Thank you for the instructions you sent to me. Will send you a picture when arrives! Thank you again

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Charles H

18 days ago

Forgot to tell you the Di2 battery charger is in the small parts box also. Battery will go 1,000 miles on a charge. You can check the status by pushing both shift levers and hold for just a second on the same side. A LED will light on the connector under the stem. If it is green it is charged. Yellow, you need to charge, Red, you only have about 200 shifts left. It will stop shifting the front derailleur first. The charger plugs into a USB plug and the connector under the stem. There is a little flap on the left side of the connector under stem. You may need something sharp like a pin or dentil pick to pry the little square flap open. The other end of the charger plugs into that opening. It only takes a couple of hours to fully charge.

There are some strips of black tape on wheels on each side. They are about 3 inches by 4 inches. It is not very noticeable (blends in with the color of the wheel). It is reflective tape. About half my miles were in the dark in one of the most dangers cities in the US for riding a bike. The clunky reflectors in the spokes look stupid. Nobody notices the tape until headlights hit it at night.

Take care of my baby; I have a lot of good memories on it. It gets a lot of attention on group rides.

Charlie

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Roberto L

18 days ago

Thank you again. I will take care, no worries. This will be my favorite!

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Charles H

12 days ago

Roberto,

It look like you should have the bike. Do you need to click on something in Paypal so the money is released? I can see they are holding it, but has not gone to my account. I had entered tracking number for bike that they required.

Charlie

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Roberto L

12 days ago

Hello Charles, I just want to let you know that I received the bicycle yesterday! So the problem for me will be to know what to do. Hang the open box that shows the bike in my living room or start rollin on . The bicycle looks fantastic! Like new. Also you send me the premium detailer, that is nice! And the way you packed is awesome! You send me the original box! Cant believe! So,I want to thank you one more time.

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Charles H

12 days ago

Roberto,

Good to hear it made it with no problems. You have to get on it and ride.

Can you check your Paypal account and see it you have to check item received. They have not completed the sending money to my account.

Charlie

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Roberto L

11 days ago

I already check the PP account and I can see anywhere where to check item received. If you can help me find out how to check it I will doit I only can see that shows payment done

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Charles H

11 days ago

I have sent them an e mail also.

Thanks

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Roberto L

11 days ago

Ok let me know what happened

No problem

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Charles H

11 days ago

I called PP and they got me up to speed. I had a credit card account listed and needed my debit card or checking account. Everything is good on this end.

Like I said before if you have any questions on the bike let me know.

Charlie

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Roberto L

11 days ago

Im glad all is OK now. Wondering about the pedals, wich ones you recommends me to use on the bike?

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Charles H

10 days ago

I have used Shimano SPD mountain bike pedals for 20 years. I like them because MTB shoes the cleat fits up inside the tread of the shoe. Makes it a lot easier to walk. Most riders use a road bike pedal on a road bike. Shimano are the most common. Some other brands allow for more adjustability.

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