Perfect frame and wheels for climber

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
Erik13
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by Erik13

Ok, then canyon it is I guess, but I'm not quite sure what wheels are the best for me and if you have other ideas about frames in addition Canyon then I'd like hear it. Thank you everybody for help so far.

CeCa
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by CeCa

I think you should train in Gym and use 500 Euro on BodyBuilder food/drink ! :)

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by HillRPete

You can often find new top end frames from 2-3 years ago with a significant discount. One model that I've been seeing offers for recently is the 2010 Kuota KOM, below half of the original price.

Erik13
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by Erik13

CeCa wrote:I think you should train in Gym and use 500 Euro on BodyBuilder food/drink ! :)

All I eat is humidity :D

CeCa
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by CeCa

Maybe Chinese Carbon frame with Dura Ace and Zipps ?

Erik13
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by Erik13

CeCa wrote:Maybe Chinese Carbon frame with Dura Ace and Zipps ?


Don't know why, but I just don't trust that chinese stuff from ebay

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by prendrefeu

We can't do your homework for you.
Rather, we won't.
We've offered a few suggestions to get you started on your search.
And this forum has plenty of threads devoted to wheel comparisons, pricing, weights (important for a "climber") and durability.

The rest, really, is up to you.
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Erik13
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by Erik13

prendrefeu wrote:We can't do your homework for you.
Rather, we won't.
We've offered a few suggestions to get you started on your search.
And this forum has plenty of threads devoted to wheel comparisons, pricing, weights (important for a "climber") and durability.

The rest, really, is up to you.


I only started this topic to get new ideas, not to let random guys pick out my bike for me

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