'High performance aluminium is back' say the folks at Canondale and after riding the CAAD10, I'd be inclined to agree. Canondale are experts at the aluminium road bike, producing favourites among those looking for a capable race machine without the price tag of a top-level carbon option. The CAAD 10 is the latest incarnation, available in various finishing kits. We put the Ultegra version through its paces.
If any ones got a old drop bar racing bike with a steel frame (you know the type)hidden in the back of the garage(dont mind a bit of rust or general maintenance) that they will sell for about £70 that will help me avoid the bus i would be very happy.
Will pay P & P as I currently reside within Hull and cannot collect from anywhere.
Please help or else it will soon be an expensive bus pass for me.
Genesis Aether 10, 2010, 52cm
This bike is lovely, super smart and sleek road bike for busting round town and getting some road miles in. Have a look at the photo's and you will see that it is in excellent condition.
This is a mid level road bike.It is for entry level racing - as it is more confortable (slightly shorter in the top tube and slacker) than full blown race and tri bikes, more confidence inspiring to get into road rracing or triathalons.
I am a road cyclist and am riding with a club with the aim of racing in the not to distant future. Right not my focus is improving my fitness, endurance and speed.
My wife is an experienced horse rider and I have the opportunity to learn to ride horses. Can anyone tell me if this would offer any benefit to my cycling performance. Having never experienced horse riding I may be wrong, but imagine that leg strength, core strength, endurance and balance are crucial and this should translate nicely into cycling?