58cm steel Gunnar Roadie S&S coupled frame, Profile carbon fork and Chris King headset.
This has been my travel bike for a few years, but since I'm not travelling much for work it needs a new home. As a travel bike it is in fair condition with its share of scuffs, scrapes and paint touch ups from traveling the not-so-friendly skies. The S&S couplers were added before I bought it, and the couple joints were rattle-canned black after brazing for protection.The couple joints ran into the Gunnar stickers on the downtube, and while they are mostly intact, the letters nearest the joint were rattle canned as well. As this was a travel bike I never repainted it expecting that it would get some travel wear anyway.The black paint hides the cosmetic flaws fairly well. There are no signs for rust anywhere. This bike has plenty of life and frequent flyer miles left in it. I'll be happy to send more pictures via email.
As far as the ride, it is lively. The tubes are a little larger than my Ritchey Road Logic so a bit stiffer when you pedal but compliant on rough roads. I'd keep it but I've plenty of other bikes to ride. You can get specs on the Roadie here: http://gunnarbikes.com/site/bikes/roadie/
Right now I can't find the S&S coupler wrench but I do have the cable connectors which I will include with the frame.