Good weight on a large frame with moderately light wheels ...
Clean build so well done
I imagine with that frame and those wheels that thing rides very plushly indeed. Please do give us a ride report
Assume you are going to cut the fork down?
The other obvious point is the mis-matching wheels and gruppo. DA24 tubs would really nail this build
Yes Hyperon are not the lightest wheels but probably still in the very best low profile carbon wheels. I have the clicher and the tubular versions. Tubular since 2003
These wheels are very nervous and anyway stiff enough. Tom Boonen won World championship in Barcelona some years ago with Hyperon wheels.
I ride clincher ones at home 2 or 3 times a week and tubular only for good occasions and at the mountain (french alps). No carbon clincher wheels for the downhills...
I don't really see a problem using Campy wheels with shimano groupset. Campy knows this religion problem. That's why they created 15 years ago the fulcrum brand. Nearly same wheels, same hubs, same spokes, same rims, but different decals. Buyers have no problems to mix shimano or SRAM groups with Fulcrum wheels.
I could imagine replacing the decals of my rims with a design more custom and less italian
Yes I will cut soon the fork steerer, because my position is perfect and is 100% the same as on my C59 and EPS 56s framesets. I always wait 2 or 3 courses before cutting. Trek recommands anyway when using a XXX carbon bontrager stem to let on the upper side a verysmall carbon spacer. I could let a 2mm one.
As I told in a previous post, after a first ride with many hills on bad road, frameset is comfortable (more than C59) but seems perhaps more stiff at the bottom bracket level. Anyway, I was not at a good performance level this week end.
I will come back soon with more return of experience with the bike.