The Isaac Kaon is Isaac's entry level road offering - insomuch as a bike costing the better part of two grand can be called that. Mat's 'first look' gives you the whole technical lowdown on the bike, so I'll skip straight through to how it actually rides on the road.
I am looking to buy a new bike. I intend, probably being a bit optimistic here, up to £2500. I already have a 20 + year old Brian Rourke 531 frame road bike [it is a tourer really] and a 20 + year old Specialized mountain bike. I prefer the road to the off road. I am cycling to get fit and I hope to cycle to work occasionally [not on the new bike yet though] with a train journey as well. Not sure if now is the time to get the new bike or wait until the spring/summer. I want to have everything included for the £2500 not just frame.
Planet X SL Pro Carbon in Medium 54.5cm (Planet X recommends for heights of 5ft8 - 5ft11, I'm 5ft 11)
Easton EC90 SLX Fork (£200+ fork lovely and light)
Easton EC90 Seatpost (Ti bolts)
Easton EA70 Handlebars
Planet X Carbon/Ti skewers
FSA OS 115 Stem (carbon front plate and Ti bolts)
American Classic Sprint 350 Wheelset - 1400 grams (super light and super tough wheels get brilliant reviews are £450 wheels!)
Specialized Toupe Ti/Carbon Saddle
Shimano 5600 105 Shifters
Shimano 5650 Compact chainset 50/34 - Red KCNC chainring bolts
The Cyfac Gothica CS is a gorgeous bike for long days in the saddle. It's light, it's fast, and we'd say that it's one of the most stylish looking bikes we've ever had on test here at Road.cc.