My new whip:
What is it?
baahhh, beat me too it
most of the parts arrived today so I mocked how the bike is going to be
missing is the campagnolo pista crank that I got an amazing deal a while ago, fizik kurve saddle, kmc 710sl, 105 pedals and continental gp4000s.
tubular or clincher ellipses?
Alloy Langster - Brakes because, being youth and youth training on road bikes at my track I use s/s and brakes
Fondriest - Me and Dad's shared racing bike
I've come to realise these aren't as nice and light as above, but atleast I can use mine for commuting too I guess
I cleaned up lots of street FG chatter to try and keep the signal/noise ratio high in this thread (and forum).
updated. replaced the fork for a bianchi concept.
Last edited by Impreza_aL; 01-01-13 at 08:22 PM.
fried chicken and waffles.
What's up Al!? Mike here.
Last edited by wicked ink; 10-18-12 at 01:42 AM.
My ride! Not my wheels, borrowed for a big race, I'm not allowed to ride discs and 4 spokes in my age group! I have a new Fizik Antares versus saddle on it now, and some Ritchey WCS Classic bars on it too. Those bars a just some cheap Giant bars but I wanted to ride 36cm width bars, I just wish someone sold some 36cm bars in roadie traditional bend style
Maybe consider Nitto B125AA (aluminum alloy) sprint bars. They are short and shallow and come in widths from 34 to 42+ cm in 1CM increments.
Victoria Pendleton (and few other British riders) have used the B123AA models which is the same material, just more reach and deeper drop.
...as recently as this weekend past (this is not Pendleton):
EDIT: The only down side is that you won't get as much of a flat hand-hold area for Madison slings. But there is definitely enough there to work with.
Last edited by carleton; 10-31-12 at 10:44 AM.
Something to look into, do you know what the drop/reach measurements are for those bars? Cheers