its nice yeah, but not rlly hhsrb,
Nowt wrong with Chorus, that can defo be slave. Agree with gubhi about the Dale, its just a decent bike, nothing slave about it, and super shallow drop bars just never look slave.
And white for a bike paint job can get fucked as HHSB material, we want kaleidoscope, bat-shit colour schemes that shout, not boring quarterly statements from Colin in accounts.
Until you notice the cassette, and the rear mech, and the pedals. Would still ride tho.
That’s a lot to take in
Dunno. It's ridiculous, over the top and there's simpler ways to achieve the same thing.
I like it.
month of May upgrades
cambium looks nice, but the flite is way lighter and more comfy. so swapping that back for sure
Give the cambium 2 weeks and you’ll never wanna go back.
Interesting fit you have there
i moved the saddle a little forward, but then back again after this photo, i find the cambium a little too wide compared to the flite
They look very far forward on inline posts and you have your levers and bars set up with a very short reach. Would a shorter frame not be better?
the bars im using right now are easton ergo type ones, they feel so weird the front of the bars drop quite steeply and the tops are flat and wide. The last set up i used had Nitto M186 STI bars which are much more comfortable. i want to change them back now tbh, and the cambium is a strange saddle for me, im a flite addict.
Probably a re.
Long cage rear mech, saddle too far forward, erm... Nah I can't think of anything. That's sweet!
I probably should build up my caad 8 instead of to and froing
It's 9100, they don't make a long mech. I think it's just a very close range cassette making it look big, which is even more HH!
53/39 x 11-22 , because who does love to churn at 30 RPM
Ah yeah, maybe the small frame and small cassette is throwing me off!
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