Specialized S-Works saddles, Enve bar, Easton EC70AC bar.

Ron

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I've got a few things to sell off. I really would like them to go to good homes. All are in excellent condition, Long story short, my favorite saddle, S-Works Romin doesn't fit me correctly on the right side where I had a replacement labrum from last surgery. It blocks my leg. So, I went to narrower saddle but that Romin is the best saddle I ever rode.

2- S-Works Romin Saddles. At 143 wide and 125 grams, they sell new for $300. I would be happy with $125.00 shipped. I have two for sale. They are fantastic for Road and Gravel.

Specialized Phenom Expert, same thing, just too wide for me. Super comfortable for MTN bikes or Gravel. Very similar in shape to the Romin. ~200 grams I'll take $85 shipped.

Fizik Arione 3, really nice saddle at 130 width, Great saddle,, just doesn't work for me. How About $50.00 shipped?

HANDLEBARS

Enve road carbon, 120 Grams really sweet set of bars. oval tops, 40cm Width, great for road or gravel. How about $100.00 shipped?

Easton EX70AC carbon bars, 16* flare, One of the most sought after gravel bars. Nice flare, doesn't interfere with shifters. $80.00 shipped.


I am open to all offers, like I said, I would like to sell these off to good homes. Please keep in mind that shipping for any of these items is about 15-20.
 

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That's a nice Enve bar. Just too narrow for me.
my acromion's measure exactly 40cm but I went to Enve Aero bars which are actually 37cms at the tops and 42 at the drops. Narrower bars are actually very comfortable for riding and reduce your front end exposure making you much more aero.
 
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cantunamunch

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my acromion's measure exactly 40cm but I went to Enve Aero bars which are actually 37cms at the tops and 42 at the drops. Narrower bars are actually very comfortable for riding and reduce your front end exposure making you much more aero.
Don't forget he's a reformed MTB rider - baby steps on anything under 60cm :D
 
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