Mosso 715 Arc

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ryanran15
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by ryanran15

Privyet!
Its my first time to post here in this forum. and i just want to share my trusty stead here. its no high end bike but it gets the job done.

THE BIKE
Mosso 715 ARC (bought late 2017)
Frame size: 51
All Alloy frame. Claimed weight is 1600g for both frame and fork.

Groupset: Shimano Sora R3000 STI, FD Cogs, Sram Apex Calipers, Tiagra 4650 (Compact Crank), Tiagra 4500 RD
Wheels: Mavic Aksium Race
Tires: Chaoyang Attack Pard 25c (a bit worn out)
Pedals: Shimano R540
Handlebar: ITM Alcor 80 42cm
Stem: Toseek 120mm Stem
Seatpost: TXCH 3K Full Carbon Seat Post 31.6
Saddle: Selle Italia
Bike Computer: IGPSPORT IGS50E

Weight: 9.20kg

PRICE: 600 Dollars or so?

What to change?
Carbon Bladed Fork?
Definitely New Set of Tires. (Any Suggestions? Something budget Friendly)
What do you think?
thanks
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Delorre
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by Delorre

That looks good for such a budget bike, and it fits you. Not bad to start with. My suggestions:
*lightly used Fulcrum racing 3 or higher end if you can afford
*Conti 4000s : light, reliable, good grip
*some light innertubes
*ebay alloy or TI skewers
*Aliexpress or equivalent carbon saddle?

This could save you near a kg for not that much money :wink: Good luck with the upgrades :thumbup:

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ryanran15
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by ryanran15

Thanks for the suggestions :D
Fulcrum Racing 3 is kinda out of my reach right now. how about the Fulcrum Racing 4 ? that seems kinda okay ?
currently eyeing a DT Swiss P1800.

Delorre wrote:
Tue Mar 20, 2018 7:33 pm
That looks good for such a budget bike, and it fits you. Not bad to start with. My suggestions:
*lightly used Fulcrum racing 3 or higher end if you can afford
*Conti 4000s : light, reliable, good grip
*some light innertubes
*ebay alloy or TI skewers
*Aliexpress or equivalent carbon saddle?

This could save you near a kg for not that much money :wink: Good luck with the upgrades :thumbup:

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