Ok, I guess I'm going to have to be the dissenter on this one. Tan sidewalls are great in certain applications. But hideous on this one. Boras are too much for this build, but at least they're the dark label... perhaps with some black tires it will look better. I really don't like the red bars and I'm not a fan of both the 35's or the RHM bend. Tape will help it out aesthetically, and no I didn't know that white tape is only for champions. If it works best, use it. Or black. Regarding the RHM bend, I had a set of Deda Presas and becaise of the lack of a straight section in the drops I finally gave up on them and gave them to a friend for Christmas a year ago. 3T Rotundos for me. Or Deda Campione (but I'm not sure they're still making it which is a pity because it's my very favorite bar). But bar shape is a personal thing, so if you like the RHM, ok. The two tone saddle and stem are very distracting as well. Pick one, white or black.
As much as I liked this frame when I saw it in stand alone mode, I went through the same thing exactly. Red spoked Fulcrums (worse than than Boras aesthetically but great wheels). It is really hard to get a nice cohesive look with this frame but you have all the makings for it. And in a 57 sloping size. Very rare indeed. With so much colour going in the frameset I'll stick with my opinion that subdued components would complement it much better. It's a beautiful frame.
All stuff that can be fixed. However, maybe it's perfect in your eyes, and if so, then so be it. Enjoy!
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