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BH Team RX Ultegra - Thoughts?

Old 11-06-19, 01:48 PM
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BH Team RX Ultegra - Thoughts?

I've been into mountain biking for two years now, and would like to expand to the road, cx as well as triathlons. I've got a limited budget, so ideally I'd like one bike that can do the following: -100km plus rides -Triathlons -Training -Commuting -Can be used during spring, fall and summer (I live in Canada and the roads are covered in dirt and rocks after winter), plus most of our roads here leave a lot to be desired. -Basically just a good all-round bike

I found a 2017 or 2018 BH Team RX equipped with Ultegra. Asking price is $1900CAD. New the bike retails for $4600 plus tax. Bike is clean, no chips or cracks on the carbon frame. Frame is fully covered with 3M.

Thoughts?
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Old 11-08-19, 02:27 PM
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Its a fairly aggressive race bike - perfect if that is what you are after. I'm gonna guess it is fairly stiff, fairly aggressive positioning and limited tire clearance (most everything these days takes 40mm). Not gonna take fenders for winter riding (although I mostly just use a seat post fender in the winter).

Certainly - fit is key.
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