I'm building this up as a road bike. The geometry of this frameset is pretty interesting in that it is exactly the same as that of a sick fixie from peak sick fixie: 74.5 degree head and seat tube angles, 380 mm chain stays, 50 mm bottom bracket drop. This geometry is actually identical to that of the 496 Track, which I guess is an artifact of a time when people hadn't yet realized that TT bikes need their own geometry. What I'm hoping for is that this will turn out to be a lively, fun and incredibly sick road bike.
Like the frameset, the wheels have also made an appearance in this thread, in the photo with the Spinergy Cannondale in the back of the car from my winter road trip to Edmonton. They're a 'generic' trispoke but my AliExpress research has led me to believe that they were probably made by Go-Proe, which I've been pleased/relieved to see positive mention of recently in the Orient Express thread. I got them for a really low price from a guy who said that they handle being ridden off of curbs very well (what a thing to say), and despite that ownership history, they are true and not cracked. That said, they have some major issues with flaking and peeling in the clear coat. Soon after I acquired them I started trying to remove the clear coat using a combination of Olfa SAC-1 graphics knife, tweezers and fingers, and while most of what I managed to remove came off in large swathes, enough small parts stayed stubbornly stuck on that it wasn't a pleasant or easy process overall. I'd estimate that I'm about 20 percent done removing the clear coat, and I'm not sure how long it will take for me to get the rest off. If I eventually get there, the plan is to lightly sand off the glue residue that remains on the surface of the bare carbon, and then clear coat it again and hope it lasts. What will likely happen instead is that I find it impossible to remove all of the clear coat, and I find a specialist and take the wheels to them and pay them probably at least as much as I did for the wheels initially.
The saddle is my preferred Bontrager Aeolus Elite, of which I fortunately had an extra black-railed one around due to Trek irritatingly silently switching the rail colour between model years. The handlebars are these Kalloy HB-CR22s, which I got store-branded from my local Mountain Equipment Co-Op, which is like REI but Canadian (sadly I do not know what the UK equivalent is). They have a 26.0 mm clamp diameter to fit the Ergostem, and they look pretty decent - they're 38 cm wide with 70 mm reach and 120 mm drop, the logos are stealth, and there are cable routing channels and markings for lever alignment.
Hopefully I can have this up and running before it snows again. It all really will depend on how long it takes me to refinish the wheels.