Thanks for your input. I really like the bike with the Zipps on it. Light, fast and fun.
I saw your web site with your Canyon bike and Lightweight wheels. Looks great!
As for my fork steerer tube length and spacers, the tube could be shorter, with fewer spacers. However, since I'm 55 years old, and don't have the flexibility of you younger riders, I purposely had the bike built with very little drop from the saddle to the stem (2 or 3 inches) so that it would be more comfortable for me to ride.
Chris, thanks for your comments.
aha that makes sense
you don't need a "deep"-position because you're probably not in competition. According to your age I can Imagine that you took so much spacers. (if you every buy again pssst! 1 size larger and smaller stem, so that the top-tube to the front-end stays the same. And you can use less spacers)
on the other side I think the size is right while looking to the seatpost. (the length how much it's out)
I hope you chance brake-pads / -holders during changing wheels...
"a litte bit off-topic":
First I was also thinking about a Blue F4:13, then I found Italy and saw the prices there... Then Paris came in my mind (due the nice Italian prizes) and then I thought about the risk of crashing
for me in Competition it's not worth to buy a expensive frame and cost to high to replace.
Then I saw Team Lightweight with Canyon and Felix0r of this forum andd then I thought that's it
and Bought the Canyon F10, now I am going back to a Alu. frame the Canyon Ultimate AL.
When I am older the chance is big I will get a pina.
Thanks for your nice reply and looking to my website hope you liked it
(and found the english section)