I have been lurking around for too long & thought it's time to share my summer ride, my pride & joy for the past 5 years.
I'm from Scotland, UK. Just a club cyclist, no racer!
Look 565 Frame & Fork 2006 (Bought 2007)
Small 51cm (TT 530mm) Nude Carbon Colour
Look Ergo 4 Carbon seat post
Campagnolo Record 10s Ultra Full Groupsets
with Compact cranks (With Token Ceramic bottom bracket bearings just upgraded)
Fizik Arione Saddle
3T arx team stem 100mm
3T Rotundo Pro Alloy Handlebars 400mm
3T Bar tapes
NOS 2006-7 Corima Winium Carbon Tubular Wheelset
Vittoria Corsa CX Tubs F&R
Look Keo Carbon Pedals
Currently running a Garmin 500, nice little toy
Sorry but I'm not sure what the exact weight is, but it's light enough for me. My best guess would be around the 16lb mark, I stand to be corrected! Maybe I should take it to my local bike shop for a weight check.
This is light compares to coming from riding my heavier winter bike (which is a Van Nicholas Chinook with Campagnolo Veloce/Centuar & Fulcrum 5)
More images at :http://www.flickr.com/photos/55693145@N ... 479923270/
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Like I said, I have had this for the past 5 years & I absolutely love it. It has served me really well with the type of riding I do, which is mainly long club runs & sportives. I don't race at all but will hopefully be taking this with me to Italy in May to ride the Nove Colli Sportive (really looking forward to it) along with a bunch of my club mates.
I just really love & admire traditional lug constructed carbon frames, I like the classic look & proportion of such frames especially smaller frames like mine. This was the reason why I bought this in the first place. If I ever had the money to buy a new frame, then it would be a lug Colnago C frames or a Parlee ........ still dreaming!
Having said that, its the only carbon bike I've ever owned so can't really compare with other frames.
There is a few pictures of the bike when I first built it up new with Easton Ascent wheels, but have since change to the current Corima set up. These are light wheels for climbing & stiff enough for my 5' 7" frame.
Thanks for reading & hope you dig it.
See you all on the road!