I was looking to start a new project of an electric shifting road bike and started looking at titanium frames.
But then i thought it was going to be the same thing that i already had with the Moots Vamoots RSL.
So i started to look at Stainless frames and Ended with two choises:
Victoire Cycles and Festka.
Last thrusday pull the plug on a Victoire Cycles Frame Columbus XCR, that will take about 6 months to make.
will use this componets on the frame making:
R56 Vertical Dropouts type22 - Stainless Steel
PF30 Bottom Bracket Shell 68mm Di2 holes - Stainless Steel
44mm Costume Headtube - Stainless Steel
Components List will be this ones - Subject to Change:
Victoire Cycles Frame 1700g (?????) - https://www.flickr.com/photos/victoire-cycles/
THM Carbones CT2 - 260,00g
Chris King Inset 8 - 120,00g
EE brakes 2015/2016 with pads - 195,00g
Sram ETAP; Shimano Di2; Campy Super Record EPS- 239,00g
Sram ETAP; Shimano Di2; Campy SR EPS - 187,00g
Sram ETAP; Shimano Di2; Campy SR EPS - 260,00g
Saddle - 190,00g
SeatPost 31.6mm - 190,00g
Lizard Skins 2,5mm DSP - 40,00g
Cranks - OMC V-Strong 52/36 PFBB30 - 650,00g
pedals - Keywin Carbon crmo - 200,00g
KMC X-SL11 chain - 230,00g
comum material between both bikes (already on the Moots):
Ax-Lightness 420mm + MCFK 110mm (combo barstem by Berk) - 235,00g
Lighweight Meilenstein 20/20 - 1210,00g
FMB Paris 25c- 550,00g
KCNC Z6 Qr's - 65,00g
Campagnolo 11-25 - 195,00g
Expected weight (if the frame weight was 1700g) - 6716,00g
will update when i have more news - will do the FIT thrusday...