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You're only 40w off me eh? Shouldn't be that far down on my times then
And written off disc? Jesus wept.
A couple of pics form my TT this past Saturday... horrendous weather, pissing down rain. It is a 13.7 km course... essentially a big ractangle with three 90* turns. I averaged 329 watts, 178 bpm, and 45 kph. I took 2nd in the Cat 1/2/3 class, missing the top step by 10.8 seconds.
Unfortunately, the part you sent me is not compatible with my brake. I beleive that the tri rig brake has evolved over the years. This is the part that I need.
If you'd like I can send the part you sent, back.
It is a Fizik Ares... I missed this shot when I was tryign to grab them all for the post. I think maybe it is an older saddle of theirs.
Tony Martin in yesterday's TT... appears to be using a new/different helmet. That is not the standard Oakley TT helmet that he's had previously this year. Also no longer using the sawtooth front wheel.
I usually like BMCs, but that is truly disgusting, the stem-headtube interface and the seat cluster are particularly offensive.
Cannondale Supersix 2008 (weight: 7.3kg)
B'twin Triban 540 (in bits)
Vitus "Benotto" 979 (weight: )
Pre-War Hetchins Brilliant (weight: it's a touring bike)
What power meter are you using? Your watts/speed seems off. A CdA of 0.22 seems really low for a big boy . I think your Merckx style TT's suggested the same CdA which would be more far fetched. Congrats on the results though, those speeds are legit, especially the Merckx style ones.CrankAddictsRich wrote: ↑Tue May 22, 2018 12:38 amA couple of pics form my TT this past Saturday... horrendous weather, pissing down rain. It is a 13.7 km course... essentially a big ractangle with three 90* turns. I averaged 329 watts, 178 bpm, and 45 kph. I took 2nd in the Cat 1/2/3 class, missing the top step by 10.8 seconds.
I have Stages DA9000 power meters on each of my bikes.... I'm not sure what you mean by the "big boy" comment. I'm 5'8" 161 pounds... so I'd say pretty much in the middle of sizing, not tall, nor overweight.
I feel the bike is more tri friendly ... you get a draft box in tri mode which in turn makes the seat cluster look better. The stem handlebar interface is really helpful for those that have to disassemble for travel.
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