I’ve ridden the new CDA; it felt livier than a CdF but I think that’s largely down to the alu frames being stiff and not as heavy.
Still recommend a CdF as I’m sure the CDA will beat you up more the longer the distance you ride it.
No there is defo one comming
just had an email from brother.
new kepler available for pre-order from monday, featuring thru-axles + flat mounts + pink sparklez!
new 1 1/8" carbon fork with cage mounts in the works as well...
Yeah Pink sparklez. I want a Meteh with Pink Sparklez!
How is the bb height with the 42s?
Definitely no gravel in the Peak District dales which is lucky as I didn’t have a sleepy 3 year old on the back for the gnarliest bits
No gravel in fife.
A CAAD13 is a grand nowadays tbf
What's the tyre capacity on them these days? Last I tested (12) did 30mm easily.
Not tested but you'll have a 32 easily in the disc brake model
32 with guards
You can fit 35s in a supersix
I squeezed a 33 into a 12 rim a few years ago
You can't do that, it's not a reaaaal gravel bike. Why won't you think of the kids!
Caad 12 with 28 gp5000s is a surprisingly capable gravel bike.
Still gonna buy a topstone though.
#nogravel in north London...
spots opportunity for new riding niche
Do you even pebble bike?
Enve are designing some pebble forks as of this moment
Brave with that stem
Helped them with their R&D and have 2 prototypes I’m trialling...
is that the lower part of epping forest, near the golf course?
Dangerous if so, I wouldn't attempt Epping without at least 140mm of travel front and rear.
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