My Next Ride
September 18, 2008, 11:05 am
Filed under: bike, gears

If you ask me what i’m seeing when i close my eyes when making my next birthday wish – its Cervelo P2C 2008. Here is a view of the bike and the breakdown of my wish list.

Component Set Up
P2C 2008 Frameset = $3000
Ultegra SL = $900
Easton Attack TT Integrated Aero Bar = $900
Time RXS Pedal = $170
Fulcrum R7 = $320
Tires & Tubes = $100
Fizik Arione Tri 2 = $180
Carbon Bottle Cages x2 = $160
BarTapes = $30
Good to Have Gears
Giro Advantage 2 TT Helmet = $250

Zipp 404 Tubulars = $3000
Tubulars Tires x 2 = $250
Hydrotail = $200

2XU Racepro Elite Tri Suit = $160
Shimano SH-TR50 Triathlon Shoe = $200


Next, a Tri bike
July 17, 2008, 9:56 am
Filed under: bike
Blue T16 2008

Felt B12 2008

Ok everyone who enjoys tri will somehow toywith the idea of getting a cool tri bike. Hoping to look really good on it and improve on the bike leg during each race. Now i’m looking at these 2 bikes above that is somewhat at a touchable price point yet offering tip top tri bike set up in top of the shelf range. Bikes like this will be a dream to own and ride for a amateur weekend triathelete. Maybe i should set a goal for myself – buy it only after 10 events.

My Bikes
July 17, 2008, 3:54 am
Filed under: bike

BLUE Rc5AL 2007
This is my current bike. Its not very popular and well ranged in local showroom which doesn’t provide the justice it actualy deserves. This is a very understated brand and bike in general. Very good ride quality and i like it alot since i was able to custom build it to my liking.

Frame: Blue Rc5AL 2007
Groupset: Ultegra SL
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR
Pedal: Time
Contact Points: ITM
Wheelset: Fulcrum R7

Felt S22 2007
This is my first serious bike. Very smooth ride and light – ideal for entry tri beginners. Components are very decent for the price tag. Sold it in the end to change to a road bike.