Sunday, 22 August 2004

New Road Bike


...So this is my new bike! As said earlier, the heart of the bike is the new Specialized S-Works Tarmac Carbon/Aluminium frame. Other components are new 2004 Dura-Ace 10 Groupset inc Hubs and SPD-SL Pedals, ITM Carbon Bar and Stem, SDG Bel Air saddle (from old bike) and a pair of sturdy Mavic Open Pro wheels. I picked up the bike from Sigma Sport in Hampton Wick on Thursday morning. 128 Miles later I can say its a great bike and completely different from riding my Rockhopper!
(c) Bill Pinnell 2004

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