introducing new racing rig

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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simon
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https://twitter.com/saimnsaaner/status/ ... 38/photo/1

while i've gotten better on the bike, i'm still the same computer dork and can't find a better way of posting the pic of next season's racing rig here...

felt with sram red(2011 at the moment), ffwd wheels, ritchey wcs components currently sitting at 7,21 kg race ready

light bikes are top priority this season because we'll have to move it over the pond for worlds, maybe baggage fees will be a bit cheaper...

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Looks great.

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drool worthy. How does it ride?


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thanks!
unfortunately the roll out has to wait since i decided to kiss the tarmac on saturday with 60 kph and i'm currently "enjoying" a few days off the bike. surprising fact after a little parking lot test ride is that the enve fork has no brake chatter at all, after years of thinking that the only solution is a fork mounted cable hanger. i also like the very clean lines without artificial gimmicks, this should keep mud and grass off the bike a little longer.

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not ready for disc brakes yet? ;-)

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