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In The Market For A Custom-Built Cannondale Slice?

When Major James “Weasel” Weis completed the Ironman 70.3 California, he didn’t know it would be his last race. An attack helicopter pilot in the Marines, he was killed in action on July 22 in Afghanistan.

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When Major James “Weasel” Weis completed the Ironman 70.3 California, he didn’t know it would be his last race. An attack helicopter pilot in the Marines, he was killed in action on July 22 in Afghanistan. He was a friend to many, a caring father and a loving husband, but he was also a competitive triathlete who took a lot of care in building this race-ready bike.

IMG_8285Specs:
2009 51cm Slice
Pro Lite aero carbon wheelset
SRAM Red Compact (165mm) carbon crankset
Vision R Bend Flat Wing aerobars with Vision aero brake levers
Dura Ace Rear (12-25) / Ultegra Front
FSA SL-K brakes
Fi’zi:k Wing Flex Tri-2 (with clip-on tool kit) seat
Cane Creek head set
SRAM chain

Weis’ friend and fellow Marine and triathlete, Maj. David Steele, was asked by Weis’ wife to sell his triathlon gear, and Steele would like to sell it before he leaves for Afghanistan in a week to replace Weis’ squadron. The money from the sale of the bike will go to the surviving family.

If you’re in the San Diego area and interested in the Slice, you can contact Steele through his Craigslist ad.

http://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/bik/1980663528.html