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Not picture is a Gary Fisher Chronos, a Tommaso Imola, a Scott Plasma CR1, a vintage Trek 5200, and a Felt IA4 that I'm about to start
All are beautiful ...... really like the paint on the Scott ...
Any comments on features that make the build easier or more difficult .... features you might recommend manufacturers add or improve to make them quicker to assemble?
..... or features that might make them a better bike when assembled?
+1 mph Faster
here is the final setup of my TT bike after one year of improvements.
Tesla Kombora size 48
Shimano Ultegra Di2 11x28 with 53/42 Dual Oval chainrings
Deda Kronos Aerobar with skateboard grip
Rotor cranks 172,5
Saddle ISM PN
BisonWheels 100 mm (950g) + Zipp 900 at the back, both with Conti Competition tubular
Weight : 7.800 kilos / 17.19 lbs
Blue Triad SL 2010
Drivetrain: SRAM Rival 1
Gearing: 52T x 11-32 for training and 11-28 for racing (10 speed)
Wheels: Dzmelyk Wheelworx out of Atlanta, carbon clinchers
Saddle: ISM PN 1.1
Power meter: Power 2 Max classic
**I don't race with the bottle cage on the down tube, just there for training :)
2020: Covid and Herniated disk
2021: Kona, R2R2R
I run 1x11 on my crit bike as well.
I like the idea of the TT bike having only what you need on it and nothing more.
Nice bike, but a question about your wheels:
Is the front wheel clincher or tubular? Are they still available? I have never seen 100mm deep wheels anywhere else (unless you count the zipp 1080s). Is bisonwheels still in business, are they still selling any wheels?
Advanced Aero TopTube Storage for Road, Gravel, & Tri...Direct-mount & ZeroSlip-mount, made in the USA.