Note:
I had this bike up for sale previously, but meanwhile it's been cannibalized for other projects. I'm rebuilding it now with some new improved parts, and will update this page when it's ready to roll.

 
0 For Sale! 54 cm Waterford 1100

 

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This beautiful modern classic rides like a dream, but now that I'm an old geezer I'm looking for something a little more upright.
I've put well over $3000 into this bike but it can be yours for just $1200 cash (yes, it's an 1100, but it's accrued interest). I'm not interested in shipping it. If you want it you have to come ride it and see for yourself what a deal this is (I'm in the Berkeley area).

If you're interested, call me (daytime) at 925-236-6458, or send an email if you can figure out my address

Note! (before calling): Local Inquiries Only! Cash Only! No Shipping! No Scams!

Also note, that a while ago I took the brifters off for another bike, and just recently replaced them with a very nice set of Campy Record levers. Need to rewrap the bars and get the cables hooked up, so it's a work in progress again. Also note that both wheels have been rebuilt with new spokes by Jitensha Studio in Berkeley and have less than 100 miles on them. Anotherwords, I just spent about $400 more on this. It just keeps getting better! I could probably part this out for a lot more money, but I know there's someone out there who will appreciate this bike as much as I have, and I'd like to pass this on as is.

  • 54 cm Waterford 1100 frame (purchased new May 1996 for $866). Some paint chips (I'll throw in the matching nail polish) and one small ding on the top tube (see pic below) but otherwise in excellent condition.Oversized Reynolds 531 DB tubes. Full specs down below somewhere.
  • Campagnolo Record OR rear derailleur
  • Campagnolo Record crankset
  • Campagnolo Mystery Front derailleur
  • Chris King headset (brand new)
  • Phil Wood Bottom Bracket
  • Campagnolo Record Titanium Ergo (8 speed) levers
  • Campagnolo Chorus dual-pivot brakes
  • Campy LF hubs, 36 spoke. Rear rim Mavic MA2, front is brand new Mavic Open Pro
  • Cinelli stem (90 cm) and bars (cloth wrap w/ shellac)
  • MKS Track Pedals - beautiful Campy knockoffs - subtract $20 if you don't want them
  • Campagnolo seatpost (27.4)
  • Brooks Team Pro Saddle
  • Tires - Vredestein Fortezza TriComp
  • Silca pump w/ Campy Head

 
Specs
(these came on a postcard that was the only literature the dealer (Stone's Cyclery in Alameda) had on this frame. These may actually apply to the Waterford 1200 model, but without having measured, I'd guess they're pretty close. Bring a measuring tape if this stuff actually concerns you...)
  • Top tube - 550mm
  • Head angle - 74 deg.
  • Seat angle - 74.5 deg
  • Chainstay length - 410mm
  • Rake - 40mm
  • Trail - 54mm
  • BB Drop - 70mm
  • Wheelbase - 983mm
  • Standover height - 787mm (31in.)

 

 
 

 
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