Monday, April 26, 2010

Kestral FOR SALE

UPDATE: PRICE AUD$4,500.00 ono
My friend Charlotte Paul's Hubby, Kristian is selling his 2009 Kestral Airfoil Pro SLSE.
WHY...cos when your wife is a pro and you are a VERY bit of a GOOD age grouper and get the brand new version!! Anyway see below details of the bike. Interested parties can contact me or contact Kristian at

09 Kestrel Airfoil SLSE 50cm 650c 
Kristian says: I got this bike in January 2009 and used it up to the Ironman World Champs in October 2009. I'm selling it as I now have the 2010 model. The Airfoil Pro SLSE is arguably one of the most aerodynamic bikes in the sport of triathlon. This bike is light, comfortable and fast. 
All the parts are listed below, however there are some brand new items on it such as the Zipp Vuka bars, both chain rings and an FSA Carbon stem. The reason is that I use 3T bars and I took the chain rings off when I first got it and put Rotor Q-Rings on it instead. 
The bike will come with all cables, housing, ferrels and bar tape, but you will need to get it built up as I don't want to cut down the extensions on the Zuka bars.
  • 51cm 650c Frame -- proprietary 800k carbon fiber. New lay-up provides 20% more power to the pedals while reducing weight 
  • Fully adjustable carbon aero seat post -- provides up to 80 degree seat tube angle
  • Fork -- Airfoil Pro EMS SL Carbon steerer
  • Group Set: SRAM RED -- Includes brand new chain rings 53/39 -- SRAM chain - brand new for Ironman WC, so only had ~ 300km on it -- 23/11 Cassette was new with the chain, so again - it only has minimal use -- 172.5 cranks
  • FSA 90mm carbon stem -- brand new
  • Wheels -- Bontrager Race X lite Aero with DT Swiss Hubs and Conti GP4000 tyres (the rear is brand new and the front is nearly brand new - has been ridden a few times but in great condition
  • Brand NEW Zipp Vuka integrated aerobars (no box as they came with my other bike, they have all the parts and the extensions are not cut)
The frame is in really good condition and has some of the usual stone chips and some chain slapping/wearing marks on the rear stays, and a tiny bit of surface rust on the hollow section (outside) of the crank, the bike has been well looked after and will provide tons of enjoyment to the person who gets it. If you have any questions what so ever, ask away. The bike as built would retail around $7,500 USD

Emma says: *I am not sure if USD7500 is the asking price here...will update later!

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