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I bought this back in June thinking I wanted to do triathlon's. To be honest, the sport just isn't for me. This bike is carbon fiber and comes with everything seen in pics except pedals. (I already sold those to a friend). It's in mint condition. I've only rode it about 10x and I did one sprint tri race and that's it. I paid retail $4,000.00. I'm selling it for $3,000.00 and not one penny less. Like I said, it's in perfect condition.Selling my almost brand new Cervelo P3 Tri Bike. It's a 56cm and is carbon frame. Has a nice Cosmic wheelset that comes with it. This is not the Di2 version. It's the manual gear version. I still have receipts where I bought it from local bike dealer Women's version of the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR 6Fattie, 135mm rear and 150mm front and runs plus tires. Size small.Bike is in great shape, bought it for my wife a little over a year ago after she had our first kid, so it was ridden fairly gently as she got back into riding and on fairly smooth trails. There are no cracks/gouges/major dings/etc in the frame, the pivots are in good shape (no creaking, noises, play in the rear triangle), the suspension components are in good shape (smooth, no dings/nicks in the fork or shock), and the drivetrain is smooth. The marks on the rear, non-drive side triangle in the photos above are mainly from her shoes scraping the frame, but they are protected with helicopter tape as is other parts of the frame Only selling because my wife rode a SS and wants one of those, for some reason.The stock build specs are listed here There are a few changes Maxxis Ikon+ 2.8 3C MaxxSpeed rear tire - Swapped because the standard 3.0 Ground Control is heavy KS Lev Integra dropper post 150mm - There is a small ding in the stanchion of the post, but it doesn't impact functionality. I'll include the original Command Post with the bike, as well. The ding is from when it was on my bike, not a result of crashing this one.The M8000 XT brakeset can be used in place of the Guides for -$150, however I cannot install them as I lack the proper tools, so you'll get the brakeset and new rear hose uninstalled and I'll remove the Guides if you go that route. I'll also install the original 160/180 rotors in place of the Centerlines currently mounted. Again, this is optional and if you want the Guides, they are installed and working great currently.Pedals not included, but can be for an additional $80 (Crampon Mountain). If shipping is required, then packaging is $50 with my LBS and we can come to some arrangement on shipping costs depending on where you live.

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