Long time followe first time really posting
Please can I have some advice on a build that will allow me to stay light but aero on a new medium Falco V that I have just purchased.
I already have a super 9 disc and Zipp 808, other than that I am unsure of what to get next.
Also I will be going mechanical as electric seems more expensive and heavier.
Cash is definitely limited but I do want it to be light so I may stretch on an item if it will save the grams as my A race is very hilly and I mself am very light and low body fat so seems a waste to be riding a 10kg bike!
Anyway advice please on the following:
Front, rear and bar end shifters, brake levers
Saddle(I am thinking a prologo nack or a dash if I have the funds)
Aero bars and stem
Many thanks guys
zip super 9 is a stiff riding wheel.. sometimes I wish I kept my HED, I use a Enve 6.7s for training rides and super9 for race day.
saddles are tough.. I'm still swapping.. Sitero-->Fizik--->specialized power
bars.. I really like the Shimano Pro ..very adjustable and aero.
Wheels - Hed Stinger, Hed Trispoke, Zipp 808 FC (post recall), or a wide Chinese wheel
Tubs - Vittoria Crono CS or Veloflex Record
Cables - Di2
Saddle - depends on your ass
Bars - 3T Ventus, TriRig Alpha, or PRO Missile Evo
Weight - Doesn't matter in the slightest.
Plus you'd save massively more weight by choosing a different frame to begin with. Worrying about lightweight cables on a monster like that brings to mind deckchairs and the Titanic