My Training Bike-Kinesis Uk

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by 4crosswheels

Hi all,
I contribute a fair bit but rarely show off my builds so thought If I cant ride my new one Id show you all,
I ride for this little Uk team" onclick=";return false; we have a funky little website if you want to know more,
Anyway, This is my set up till end of march, Its got mudguard eyelets for when I need them and cause its Ti its comfy,Its pictured with Tubs being weightweenies but usually I train on 340 alphas on my powertap and which comes in at another pound on top.

Ill be racing on the new kinesis frame come April called the Aeithin which is a plastic formed alloy road frame with Chunky tubes tapered fork ,that should come up to 6.8kg with Dura ace 9000...

Sorry for poor Iphone pics.


Frame: Kinesis Grand Fondo Ti 61cm with matching fork
Headset: Kinesis UK
Shifters: Ultegra 6700
Crankset:Sram Red with 53-38 tuned with KCNC bolts and matt black paint
Pedals: Ultegra 6700 carbon
Front derailleur: Dura ace 7800
Rear derailleur: Shimano Dura ace 7800
Cables: Jagwire compression less
Brakes: Planet X cnc with swiss stop pads
Cassette: Ultegra 6700 (11-28)
Chain: Wipperman Connex
Handlebar: Ritchey WCS 44cm
Stem: Deda Zero 120mm (ti bolts)
Seatpost: Ritchey WCS tuned with ti bolts
Saddle: Fizik Arione
Wheelset:4crosswheels Ventoux,28h rear 24 front 1108g
Tires: Corsa Evo cx
Bottle cages: elite custom composite x2

Weight - 16lbs1oz With Pedals,cages and garmin mount



Ill get some better pictures soon and hopefully get my Ultegra Di2 internal project snapped !


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by benzooki

Very nice for a training bike. :thumbup:
Not sure about the green cables though.

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by btompkins0112

Tell us more about these wheels, please!

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by 4crosswheels

The wheels are a proto pair I'm working on to be more suitable for riding on UK roads that The old Reynolds KOM's, The rim is a Matt carbon finish and this is a 22 mm wide rim,Im looking at getting some 23.4mm ones to test, Front is built up radial 24h with annodised black nipples which I assemble in house, Rear is 2x1 lacing with 28h. They use the Same Novatec hubs which I fit with an extra thin rubber seal to keep the mud out of. They are meant to be comfy and light,used with swiss stop pads I have no issues with breaking.
The weight is as listed out of box,If you guys want to know anything more ask away! And check out my other project of the DI2 BeOne..


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