FOR SALE: Specialized Allez 40th Anniversary Frame & Fork by Mark DiNucci

$1600 includes shipping in Continental US.

It’s time. I’m clearing out the stable. (I know I’ve said it before, but I MEAN IT THIS TIME. I promise. ) Changes in my lineup have moved this almost-new bike to the sale list. It has approximately 5 rides on it, for a total of about 150 miles or so. Yes…I just got it, and nothing’s wrong with it; I just have TOO MANY BIKES and a real problem collecting new ones. The bike rides great. I purchased it new from Specialized and had it built up with Campagnolo Athena 11-speed by Higher Ground Bicycles, here in Tallahassee. But, since I am retaining my red Argonaut MAX, one of the red bikes has to go.

This is a Specialized Allez 40th Anniversary frame and fork, built by Mark DiNucci.

Seat Tube (C-to-T) 60cm
Seat Tube (C-to-C) 58cm
Top Tube (Effective) 60cm
Chain Stays 42.5cm
Seat Tube Angle 72.5 deg
Head Tube Angle 73.5 deg
Head Tube 21cm
Fork Rake 42mm
Trail 57mm
Steerer Exposed 8.6cm
Total Steerer Length 29.6cm

This frame and fork are in excellent condition. There are two paint chips, both less than 1cm in length: 1) on top tube head lug, right at the end of the point, 2) on fork leg, about halfway down. There is some paint marking where the crown race met the paint, which should be hidden by a new race and the front brake; either way, it’s not very noticeable.

I will include the Specialized Anniversary Toupe saddle with the sale. I didn’t ride it.

My name decal will come right off without marking. I’ll take it off before I ship to you.

$1600 includes insured shipping within the Continental US. IMG_0653

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Please feel free to contact me with questions or concerns: oopfoo (at) gmail (dot) com
I’ll give you my phone number if you do, and I’m happy to talk bikes. I want you to be comfortable and happy with your purchase.

Also coming: Bob Brown custom, 1990 Greg Lemond Team Z, 1983-1985 Pogliaghi with paint by Noah Rosen, Casati Ellisse with matching stem and wheels, new Mondonico Spirit