Show and tell…… Your road bike……
Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL3, Dura Ace 7900, SWorks carbon cranks, bars etc. King R45 hubs on Stans Alpha rims. The frame is stiff as they come, bordering on uncomfortable, but nice to go for a big road ride every now and again. I think the wheels probably help a little.Posted 4 years agoToastyMember
New Canyon, absolutely loving it. First ride I’ve had in ages where I just accept I’m not trying to cane my records and just pootle, lovely evening!
Slightly gangly looking, but to be honest there’s a lot worse looking 62cm alloy frames about! 🙂
Love how they seem to cut zero corners, really solid wheelset, Ritchey WCS finishing kit, even Ultegra cassette and things. Chuffed to bits.Posted 4 years agoglobaltiMember
Roubaix’s always look SO comfortable. Assume they are?
Yes, I have a 2006 Roubaix, which is just a collection of carbon tubes and rides nicely enough but this 2012 incarnation is a different beast altogether; it manages to be sharp as anything in the way it climbs, descends, corners and brakes yet actually more comfortable than the old model. Carbon frame makers are obviously learning fast how to use the material to its best advantage.Posted 4 years agosolariderSubscriber
2 for me:
Frame and Fork – Moots RSL and ENVE
Groupset – Campagnolo Super Record EPS
Wheels – Lightweight Standard
Finishing Kit – Moots
I love it because it was made for me, fits me like a glove, is a masterpiece of workmanship, a bit different and it isn’t carbon. Oh, and I love the electronic noises it makes!
Frame and Fork – Colnago Master 30th Anniversary
Groupset – Campagnolo Record/Super Record 11 speed
Wheels – Campagnolo Hyperon
Finishing Kit – Deda
I love it because it is a classic. Wanted one for years, and when they re-released the colour I just had to have one.
Since moving to Hong Kong, both now sport compact chainsets of the same variety.Posted 4 years ago
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