2019 bike roll out jam

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.

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by Stitchking

The old shiv is still the ugliest bike ever. The new one though, that does things for me. So goooood

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by Zorka

Any update to 2019 Campagnolo Bora wheels? Will they remain the same(width, decals, etc.)?

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Nothing wrong with Boras already for a long time (brake track updates are nice, though). Bora WTO, announced this Spring, could be considered an upgrade for those who are interested in moooaaaar aerooooo, although practically not available anywhere at the moment anyway.
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by Zorka

Nothing wrong too, I have One 50 Tubulars already and stiffness and weight is pretty impressive :)
But lets say 26mm width and redesigned decals would be nice improvement. Now I have to use 23mm tub in the front because of 24,2mm rim width...otherwise they are great wheels, I think best for this price.

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by Neoides

Hey y'all look like neighbor Tom has a new TT bike for next year. p5 Disc
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Cinelli XCR ( 7.5 kilos)
Cinelli vigorelli (6.8 kilos with ballasts under the saddle)
Canyon Speedmax v1 (8.5 kilos)
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Great find! :thumbup:
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by IchDien

Why is it Dura Ace wheels are so popular in the peloton but practically non-existant on the amateur scene? Too heavy? Too expensive? Both? I don't think I've ever seen a pair, not even the older C50s, at any FCI amateur event.
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whoops double post.

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by Broady

Neoides wrote:
Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:27 am
Hey y'all look like neighbor Tom has a new TT bike for next year. p5 Disc
I thought he had panniers on the basebars for a second.

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Broady wrote:
Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:18 pm
Neoides wrote:
Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:27 am
Hey y'all look like neighbor Tom has a new TT bike for next year. p5 Disc
I thought he had panniers on the basebars for a second.
😂 Still would beat all of us in a tt
current stable:
NS Bikes RAG+ (9.9 kilos without mud stuck on)
Cinelli XCR ( 7.5 kilos)
Cinelli vigorelli (6.8 kilos with ballasts under the saddle)
Canyon Speedmax v1 (8.5 kilos)
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by aeroisnteverything

IchDien wrote:
Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:07 pm
Why is it Dura Ace wheels are so popular in the peloton but practically non-existant on the amateur scene? Too heavy? Too expensive? Both? I don't think I've ever seen a pair, not even the older C50s, at any FCI amateur event.
1) pros are sponsored by Shimano which makes them ride these wheels in a lot of cases;
2) the wheels are light in tubular versions but heavy in clinchers. The latter being what most of the amateurs would use.

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by mrlobber

^^ on top of it, Shimano's fiasco with the C40 being rebadged C35 (a whole thread here on WW as well) doesn't give any confidence they actually pay any significant attention to the wheel product line.

P.S. I've still got the old WH7850SL's (non convertible to 11sp), bombproof wheels
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by IchDien

aeroisnteverything wrote:
Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:28 pm
IchDien wrote:
Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:07 pm
Why is it Dura Ace wheels are so popular in the peloton but practically non-existant on the amateur scene? Too heavy? Too expensive? Both? I don't think I've ever seen a pair, not even the older C50s, at any FCI amateur event.
1) pros are sponsored by Shimano which makes them ride these wheels in a lot of cases;
2) the wheels are light in tubular versions but heavy in clinchers. The latter being what most of the amateurs would use.

I get that...and I understand sponsoring :D. In the CAT 1 & 2 or "Men's Elite" races here not many people use clinchers. However, I get your point.

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