Size XXL- around 62cm- I am 6 foot 3 and this is just right for me.
In very good to good condition with just a few minor marks and scuffs from light usage and has also been regularly serviced by the local bike shop.
Includes a Sigma BC2209 MHR computer including cadence, speed and heart rate sensors as well as the pictured LOOK Keo pedals. I also have a pair of Shimano shoes to match it size 47 which can be purchased separately.
Please note, rear mud guard not included.
Carbon/Alloy frame is very comfortable for all day use. Weighs around 8.5kg.
My transport plans have gone awry for next weekend's Yorkshire Weaver in Skipton, so was wondering if anyone would be able to fit one man and his bike in/onto their car? The earliest train doesn't get into Skipton till 9:30, so that's not viable, and b&b's etc seem to be full.
I could be picked up either from Bury/Rossendale (where I live) or Wetherby near Leeds/York (where my parents live). I'm doing the 98 mile route so riding to Skipton first isn't ideal!
Cycling Weekly Surrey Hills Cyclone Sportive is on this weekend and features a number of significant hills (in 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs).
Here's my reconnaissance of the two serious ones towards the end of the Standard and Epic routes - pictures and gradient info at http://rideventures.blogspot.co.uk/
Entries to the Exmoor Beauty will be capped at a thousand and, currently, there are less than 60 places left. To book one of the final spots, visit www.exmoorbeaty.org
Does anyone like the idea of an meet up and ride of the RideLondon 100 route? I'm a bit gutted about not getting a place and I thought maybe there were a few other people who missed out too. There's no reason however why a group couldn't ride the route the week before.
If you're interested please note your interest here. The basics would be;
- The exact (or as near as possible) route of the official RideLondon 100
- Friendly, leisurely, non competitive attitude
- A steady speed, rather than an all-out race
- Cafe/tea stop about half way
Right, sorry in advance for ramble, but there is a reason. Due to issues with my back and my flexibility (long-standing, and yes I do stretching exercises), I have a fairly relaxed setup on my bike; the stack height is 550mm, plus headset (10mm) and 45mm of spacers(!!), giving an effective total stack height to the stem of 605mm. Reach is 407mm + 110mm stem.