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From a wet 21 km event last weekend.

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I must admit it wasn't my finest hour. Not enough riding time on the TT bike during August and the 808 was definetly not the best front wheel for race day. Nice tailwind on the first half but a serious crosswind coming back. In power numbers I was at the same level I did a 20 k effort back in early July (in easier conditions), but technically it did leave much to improve.

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What shoe cover are you running. So damn white :D

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Nefarious86 wrote:What shoe cover are you running. So damn white Image
This one from NoPinz

https://www.nopinz.com/product/nopinz-a ... -overshoe/

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Tillquist wrote:
Nefarious86 wrote:What shoe cover are you running. So damn white Image
This one from NoPinz
Thanks, I did suspect they were the ones.
I've just gotten some Rule28 socks and need some short velotoze now :)
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Bike got some goodies from Adaptive HP and I got an Aerohead.

About the only positive to take from the weekend were dialing in my warmup and setting 20/30min power PBs. My rear wheel shifted at some point early on and wedged it hard against the brake pad. The best theory I can work out is that grub screws for the dropouts were really loose (now loctited), The non drive one must have crept in at some point and when I've swapped wheels this morning I've fluked the wheel alignment meaning no issue on the trainer and when I've started riding its shifted and boom.

Game over, pushing 4.1w/kg for 37mins at a lovely 36.9km/h average being passed twice swearing at all the changes I've made in the last month.....ImageImageImage
50m from the line seeing tripple and doing everything possible to make it to the carpark in an upright state.
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Anyone on this thread can give me a rough weight for the Giant Trinity Advanced Pro frameset to include frame, fork, seatpost and brakes, which I believe are include with the module? Ta
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Collecting a tt-bike myself at the moment. I have a disk wheel and three spoke front wheel which is nice.

I am planning to run 1x10 gearing cause the Netherlands is pretty flat ;) Do you guys think it is possible to do this with a xtr di2 10 speed, derailleur and ordinary 10 speed di2 tt shifters?

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Fri Oct 05, 2018 4:15 pm
Collecting a tt-bike myself at the moment. I have a disk wheel and three spoke front wheel which is nice.

I am planning to run 1x10 gearing cause the Netherlands is pretty flat ;) Do you guys think it is possible to do this with a xtr di2 10 speed, derailleur and ordinary 10 speed di2 tt shifters?
I think so you can do that.

Martin toft Madsen from Denmark has just run the Elite World Cup time trial and he drove at 1x11 speed with DI2 XTR derailleur. He became No. 10 overall

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jorryt wrote:
Fri Oct 05, 2018 4:15 pm
I am planning to run 1x10 gearing cause the Netherlands is pretty flat ;) Do you guys think it is possible to do this with a xtr di2 10 speed, derailleur and ordinary 10 speed di2 tt shifters?
Totally shouldn't be a problem, assuming xtr is etube compatible with other 10 speed components (in theory they should be, but don't be surprised if Shimano has silenty introduced some firmware based block on this...) FWIW, I ran 1x10 TT setup on 1st gen 7970 Di2 without a single chaindrop ever, albeit with an Aerocoach ARC chainring.
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