Any way. What do you recon are the best upgrades I can make to my bike. As you know I do crits (as I’m a youth rider) and also I’m on a very tight budget. I could probably only pay for them on the money I get from working at local bike shop. Any way he’s my spec of my bike. Sorry haven’t got a picture of it on its own, haven’t got a camera you see.
Frame: Fausto Coppi campinoissimo (the yellow one)
Wheels:Mavic cosmos's (thinking bout getting sum ksyriums as you know)
Groupset: Shimano ultegra
Tires: Vittoria evo corsa cx open (worn out so need to get a new pair)
Bars: Deda 215 shallows (loveley)
Stem: 3t the
Seatpost: Ricthey (botom model i think)
Saddle: flite kevlar
Pedals: Look 396
Thats about it.
You can see my bike, me in the youth tour of kerry with my kom jersey on !
Thanks in advance,
All upgrades are going to cost money and I founmd it more useful to ride a peice of lead and build my riding ability.
The best upgrades in my opinion are
Wheels- aero or lightweight depending on your requirements,
Tyres- loose some of the rotating weight but don't go too light or punctures will frustrate your results.
I kept riding my peice of rubbish and told myself I would buy a light/stiff/fast bike when I had a good paying job.
cadence90 wrote:Wheels are the best single upgrade you can make.
Agree 100%. You will notice the difference with wheels and tyres immediately. Get someone with a light pair and do a little test ride. You'll be almost flying!!!
- Similar Topics
- Last post
- 0 Replies
- 124 Views
Last post by CraigKnobovitch
Mon May 07, 2018 7:48 pm
- 1 Replies
- 417 Views
Last post by topflightpro
Tue Apr 24, 2018 4:26 pm
- 17 Replies
- 2689 Views
Last post by bllx
Tue Dec 26, 2017 8:30 am
- 10 Replies
- 1722 Views
Last post by alcatraz
Sat Aug 05, 2017 8:08 am
- 21 Replies
- 3414 Views
Last post by moyboy
Fri Sep 08, 2017 6:16 pm