litespeed c1 budget aero

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JackDaniels
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by JackDaniels

Sort of unique because (by circumstance) it has real design wheels which I think used to be the house brand for some of the older litespeed titanium models.

Unpictured: red rear derailleur to replace force, zipp 101s for training, stages/hollowgram pm to replace quarq (unprocured). Any other suggestions?

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Not an sexy as a lot of stuff on here, but I probably have less invested than a new set of zipp wheels. And it goes pretty fast.

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SWijland
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by SWijland

Your concept of a 'budget' bike is entirely different from mine (unfortunately). Nice bike though!

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by bencolem

SWijland wrote:Your concept of a 'budget' bike is entirely different from mine (unfortunately). Nice bike though!


Just what I thought!

bobqzzi
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by bobqzzi

I rented a C1 on a trip to Florida- very nice bike

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Ramjm_2000
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by Ramjm_2000

Looks great! Maybe some aero brake calipers next?

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by HillRPete

JackDaniels wrote:Any other suggestions?

Black chain :mrgreen:

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by LocoDuck

Not sure whether it would look better with less decals on the wheels to steer the focus onto the frame. Still a very nice "budget" bike! :thumbup:

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