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Lots of fun.
´Get the most aero and light bike you can get. With the aero advantage you can be saving minutes and with the weight advantage you can be saving seconds. In a race against the clock both matter.´
Even the frame is drawed mid 90's, this piece of art was produced in China 2000 or 2001, this frame is still NEW, it hasn't been ride yet (yuo can see that from missing seat/-holder). I'm a bit loosen with arrangement of that seatplace, did have a plan but schoolboys are already on the 'field's' and my order (of two aluminiumpart's) were not produced yet ....... There were two type's of these, a tri-model (like this) and road-model which did have a setback, and this tri-mode is having more than 78 degree seatankle - my Flite's nose is going to be 2 cm over the bottombracket at minimum while I'm used to 1 cm from bottombracket ( wishing a bit more forward but maybe not this much) and just palying with those aluminium that's the truth. If I'd like to achieve something less steep it's a need of carbonwork ( to change this to a roadmode/ setback) ....... uuh, that's going to be expensive but worth it? Frame is relatively long ( 60 cm front center) so I'm up to install a 75 mm stem ( wery steady steering !) as a starter (and having a 90 mm stem in my pocket).
w: 3 X IM finisher from cold north europe
but im also o proud owner of a hotta and a lotus and there will be a day when i race with those 2
what can i say... i like fast wom....bikes... :D
When it hurts is when it feels good ;-)