Let's See Your Time Trial bike

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MiddMan
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Get your elbows on the elbow pads - clue's in the name ;)

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AyBee wrote:
miltmaster3 wrote:
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Get your elbows on the elbow pads - clue's in the name ;)
Ha ha I wish if I was 1.80 .... but I am 1.69 and the saddle must me 5 cm from the bb (uci tt )


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I think you'd benefit from a bike fit - your saddle is too high (no knee bend) and your front is not low enough to be aero (perhaps bike too big sadly given it looks like a lovely machine).

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AyBee wrote:I think you'd benefit from a bike fit - your saddle is too high (no knee bend) and your front is not low enough to be aero (perhaps bike too big sadly given it looks like a lovely machine).
Size is Xs ! This is a photo from a part of the race near to finish so I blow all the fuels! You can t say from a photo what is


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Revisiting my tri days of when I was a school age yoof. 2nd hand bike for me but put on a Tririg Omega brake and 88mm Far Sport 23m clinchers with ceramic hubs. Ridden a couple of times and reckon I need a shallower front wheel as it blows all the time around here!

Will need to suss a better base bar and riser at some stage to make it cleaner, but it’s sweet for what I need for now.

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@reedplayer that's the shortest head tube I ever saw.

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@Klaster_1, yes, with 60 mm (smallest size!), its on the short side. trek speed concept comes into my mind, which starts at 65mm.

but comparatively long fork of ca 378mm compensates the short ht a little bit.

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Here's mine. Not very new, and I'm not happy with the position yet. Planning to visit a wind tunnel when they reopen - big gains with a different helmet and some front end tweaks I reckon. Sorry about the image blurriness - only race pic since some fairly major changes.
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I was planning on getting a new TT frame recently, but I just love this Transition so much. Really fast fun bike to ride. Could really use a better crankset, bottom bracket and shifters.

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