Does anyone know of any good ALU TT bikes?
I like Aluminium because its what hardmen ride.
And I am a hardman.
So far its a Ribble.
Kuota K factor TT bike
-Full Shimano Ultegra equipped
-Full carbon – ultra light
-58cm (centre to centre)- would suit a rider 6’+
-53-39 chain rings
-10 speed 12-25 cassette
-Profile design tri bars
-Immaculate condition (just a few hundred dry miles)
(Pedals not included)
Please note: The bike is available with/without San Remo wheels (not the Zipps that feature in two of the photos)
Also it will come with a black saddle (not the union jack one in the photos).
Price: £1050 with San Remo wheels, £900 without wheels
So Stage 8 is finally here, Individual TT time!
After Wiggos crash yesterday is everyone still confident he can take his TT crown? Or will there be another surprise result???
Built professionally, Argon 2011 frame which retailed at £900 and is in medium which will be good for people around 5ft 6in to 6ft 1in. All parts have been torqued to recommended values and include Shimano Dura Ace Shifters, 105 Rear Mech, 105 Front Mech, Shimano wheels, Jagwire cables and fittings, FSA bars with Cannondale finishing kit. A chain catcher is fitted and all parts are current spec. Unridden with steerer uncut so you can fit to your size. Its a new bike... any questions please ask
Built professionally by myself, Argon frame which retails at £900 is medium which will be good for people around 5ft6 to 6ft1. Dura Ace Shifters, 105 groupset, shimano wheels, fsa bars with Cannondale finishing kit, A chain catcher is fitted and all parts are 2012 spec. Unridden and built because I took the parts of another TT bike and bought a frame to fit the parts to. Steerer uncut. Its a new bike... any questions please ask
Just wondering if anyone has advice or hints and tips on doing a time trial without aero bars.
I am competing in a series of Time Trial races, but do not have aerobars. Is it more aerodynamic to have your hands in the drops and be as low as possible or have your hands in the centre of the bars, again as low as possible?
Any other recommendations or advice would be much appreciated!