2015 Emonda SLR 9 H2 - 6.6 kg

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clipsed
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by clipsed

Hi All,

I just changed out my chain rings and cassette so i thought i would finally take a picture of my bike!

I have done roughly 40,000km on it, with quite a few changes from stock. I use it as my primary bike, and commute / cruise on my CX.

I am actually a sprinter, but with the Zipp stem and enve's i find the bike VERY solid even at 1500w+.

I have a sweet integrated garmin out front mount with knog light that works great. I have some gumwall Corsa's but the pirelli's are just that good ;).

Frameset - 56cm Trek Emonda SLR 9 H2
Groupset - Shimano Dura ace R9070 with R9170 FD as i snapped the old cage
Chainrings - Praxis 50/34
Cassette - Sram RED XG1190 11-30t
Saddle - Specialized Romin 143mm
Barstem - Zipp sprint stem 130mm
Bartape - Shimano PRO
Brakes - Shimano Dura ace R9070 direct mount (replaced the Bontrager ones)
Pedals - Shimano Ultegra
Cages - Ebay Special
Wheelsets - ENVE 4.5 G2
Tyres - Pirelli 25mm front, 28mm rear (these are definitely the best tyres i have ever used!)

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73Bronco
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by 73Bronco

Well that definitely looks sharp. I'll have to look into the Pirellis. I'm pretty happy with the standard Conti 4ks, but I wonder if a lot of people like the Pirellis.

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clipsed
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by clipsed

73Bronco wrote:
Fri Dec 28, 2018 11:08 am
Well that definitely looks sharp. I'll have to look into the Pirellis. I'm pretty happy with the standard Conti 4ks, but I wonder if a lot of people like the Pirellis.

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Defintely worth it - amazing tyres. I had a set of the GP4000II blow out on me (sidewall, known problem) at 60kmhr downhill!.

the Pirelli's wear better and feel better.

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