The Mura bike will puncture within 10 minutes...
I guess that's why he chose a heavier tyre on the rear.
Anyway it all depends on the surface:
the front tyre is really only constructed for indoor track racing or ultraclean pavement.
As for Frisoni's bike, he will probably only puncture after an hour but those chainrings are dangerous. They come with a warning to not change gears hard (not sure of exact words) so I still have not found the setting on my ergo's for soft change.
From what I've heard the chainrings can be squeezed towards each other by hand with ease.
And using brake leavers and downtube shifters is cheating really. Who uses that nowdays...
Uhm, the 5x in a row TDF winner?
And he better not try and brake to much, those ZIPP silica brake surfaces will have his Corima pads in about 100miles.
Well, that's a problem of any carbon rim.
Either they eat up the brake pads (ZIPP) or the brake pads eat up the expensive rim (most other carbon rims).
I'd prefer the first one, if I'd ride carbon rims. (I don't do)
Thes bikes are just eye candy and to even contemplate racing on them in their current form would be silly. Unless it is some smooth surface hillclimb. Good job though on both of them. But race readdy NO!!!!!
I think no one here would ever doubt this.
I mean you wouldn't be able to start at a race with the current UCI rules.
They just show what's possible nowadays.