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Interesting that the 3T fork works well (and is much lighter). How is the stiffness compared to the stock fork? I find the stock one extremely stiff which is great most of the time but I find I get a bit of wrist soreness on really long bumpy days out (I run a stiff bar/stem w/ very thin tape so that doesn't help). What bar tape are you running, I like the look?
I've added a crappy pic here with Reynolds DV3KT which I've also managed to break a spoke on just like you did w/ the KOM's, oh well....
p.s. with a very workman-like Campag Athena build mine comes out in the mid 7kgs w/ the carbon tubbies
yes, long-legged body-type works perfect with the isaac geometry, conforms with my experience!
the 3t-fork is very stiff as well (as far, as i can estimate, because my weight is only 61 kg). concerning comfort, i cant notice any difference to the stock-fork.
the 3t makes the bike a bit more agile, because of the forks rake of 46 mm (isaac fork has 43 mm=>less trail with the 3t).
i am using fizik microtex-bartape. my absolute favorite.
thanks for adding your pic, very nice isaac-bike!
your bikes weight is absolutely acceptable, in my opinion. (the benefit of light weight appears to me being generelly overrated), mine weighs ca 7,0 kg with the fulcrum, and something like 6,8-6,9 kg with my american classic cr 350, which i am using, now, in the mountains.
best regards, krull
in the forthcoming future, the isaac will only be used, occasionally, indoor, on the home-trainer.
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