Yes! I love it.
Not that I'm in love with electronics for cycling, but Di2 is a rear break through.
Maybe not technically, but certainly on sales/marketing level in the bike branch.
2 things I couldn't understand (actually, I wrote it in my article in a dutch magazine that lays in the book stores from today onwards).
Why do people not store the battery in a nice and clean way?
In the frame tubes, inside the handlebars, etc.
Just BMC and Koga made nice attempts (and didn't do Scott a prototype with the battery in teh seat post?).
Why didn't anyone put it on an MTB yet.
Well, at least some people did something interesting with Di2.
Such a good opportunity for bike makers.
7/11 Campy press event.
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