Thanks for the feedback; I was hoping the white parts would look good overall (I thought they look awesome, but that is just me), I thought about the wheels but does anyone have a viable suggestion?
The TT frame, well I just like the agressive style of TT frame, I probably will drop the spacers and slam the stem, seems to be the general opinion. The saddle postion, whats the problem? (seriously, I'm not seeing it)
de zwarten wrote:
I made a harsh comment but let me explain why.
1. Why use a TT frame for a roadbike? It is obvious that the headtube is too short for your use as a roadbike.
2. Because it is a kind-of aero TT frame, the Spinergy wheels are a complete mismatch.
3. If I let the fashion weenie speak, the colors (white parts, black wheels) are a mismatch.
4. Saddle position is awkward.
What I would have done is actually build it as a TT bike. In that case, you can easily 'avoid' big manufacturer's components without using those silly brifters. If this is your only bike and you really wanted a road bike set-up, sell the frame and get yourself a road version of a Bianchi. They are not that hard to get and TT frames usually are worth something 2nd hand.
That being said, if you are happy riding it, fine with me and enjoy!