selling those road/fixed items.
sram single speed levers, alloy blades version.
for the obsessive ones i weighed the pair at 267 grams, 15 grams heavier than the same carbon ones.
vision TT aero cockpit, with a single brake and a revolting style. all ready to give a go at this and make you faster by a guaranted 1.5kph.
It's very stiff and weights around 850 grams as pictured. the extension have been chopped, they are inline with the bars so it's an agressive position, but i didn't find it particularly tiring, the elbow cradles being quite comfy.
pics to come, items in london n7
pics of the sram levers. some wear at the tip of blades, around the hood of the left lever it is just gorilla tape glue that will be cleaned.
pics of the vision TT cockpit
Was your comment on my turbo build to lure me in the right direction? I am thinking about that cockpit for it.. What width is it?
ahah, sorry i thought i had made clear that i had one available. i just didn't think i would muster the energy to take pics and put it on sale. It is 41cm wide, which is.... between 40 and 42 : )
I read that as you suggesting something in line with the setup you were using.. Will PM
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