Triathlon Bike 54cm- Neil Pryde
€1,200

https://www.trustedreviewer.co.uk/review-of-neilpryde-bayamo-105/

Exceptionally light at just 8kg approx, full carbon, this lovely Triathlon/TT bike is the only one in the country of this colour and model, ex demo model that won best in test for Triathlon 220 magazine.

Review link above.

Smashing bike in super condition. Great at holding speed once reached, at 20-30kmp+ it comes into its own. Only raced in 4-5 triathlons, been covered in shed since Sept 2019.
Shimano 105 group set, 54cm. Last pic shows what this bike looks like with decent mavic wheels.

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1 month
@Snowflake2020: €1200 OFFER ACCEPTED
1 month
€1,200 OFFERED
1 month
@Snowflake2020 Hi yes it's still available.
1 month
Hi k247, Is the bike still available?
2 months
@seanin4711 Thanks but looking for straight up sale here.
2 months
any interest in PX for MTB hardtail (on-one parkwood)? Thanks
3 months
@paulgbnn Hi, if you're still interested, make a €1 offer for PM purposes. No worries if not.
3 months
@dfc sam It's a medium sized frame. I'm 5'9 and I've had no trouble, elbow pads can adjust easily as can saddle obviously too.
3 months
What height does bike suit?
3 months
Still Available:
3 months
@Mitrica Hi i hadn't considered selling frame only. Make a €1 offer and I'll accept for PM purposes nothing binding.
3 months
How much for frame?
3 months
No problem, quite understand, cheers.
3 months
@paulgbnn Hi I really can't let this bike go for less than €1200. It's a fabulous bike and I'd keep it if I thought I'd be using it in the near future.
3 months
Hi, can't offer much more than €1000.
4 months
@paulgbnn Hi its an 11 speed. Shimano 105 groupset. Re: Price I'll consider any reasonable offers made. Cheers.
4 months
Hi, what speed is the bike and what's the best you'd do, thanks.