New road bike – Enigma Ti
Very nice, but if I’m being picky, I prefer the gloss carbon forks. Looks a pretty sportive (comfortable) set up. Is it a race frame, or does it have a longer headtube?
And obviously you now neeed a new Garmin 500 for proper colour matching (I swapped cases with my 80 for just this reason 😳 ).Posted 4 years ago
The stem is just fine as it is. It is probably more Comfort orientated than race, yes.
The Ultegra is stopping for the time being as I’m well and truly skint now.
but next year I send the frame back to Mark/Jim get it modded for Electronic shifting and put some Super record EPS 11 on it. 😉
Will that pass the STW test then? 😆
I have the Ultegra chainset and it looks crap, but it did look OK on the ScottPosted 4 years ago
Well after trying one of those Scott Sl’s and it not ‘lighting my fire’ I decided to take the plunge on the actual frame I wanted. 😀
Enigma Echo Frame 53TT/48ST
Easton EC90SL Fork
Ultegra 6700 groupset
Ultegra Carbon pedals
Soul S2.0 Wheels
Easton EC70/EA90 stem Bars and post
SLR XP Saddle
Conti GP400s Tyres
Rides great, really comfy and light. 16.5lbs as in the Piccies
flame away STWersPosted 4 years ago
I take it you just like the saddles fairly back on the rails?
Its 41mm back from the centre of the BB, just as Paul Hewitt set it up.
only if you stop the ufo’s landing on your lawn!
Thats what a 10ft swimming pool does when you leave it on your lawn for a week 🙄
It’s wrecked the lawn !!!!
Why the big noise over a Shimano/Campag mix?
This roadie scene has some wierd rules. 🙄
Would there be the same uproar with a SRAM/Shimano mix?Posted 4 years ago
long femur – I guess
No idea about this but since Paul Hewitt did a fitting for me on my Carbon Alpine I got for him, those dimensions have been great.
I duplicated them for both the Scott and this new Enigma.
Cheers Neil, got your Wales email, just about to read it.Posted 4 years ago
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