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Got some new Kit...

christurbochristurbo Posts: 432
edited March 2011 in The bottom bracket
I bought some new kit for the road bike this week:

SIDI - Energy 2 - Carbon Composite - in World Championship Trim around 270g a shoe.


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Locked to some grey Look Cleats and Look KEO Classic Clipless Pedals in Red.

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Camelbak Podium Water Bottles

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To go with some 46g Zefal cages:

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Im trying for the life of me to find a Specialized S-Works 2D Helmet in World Championship Trim - although due to its age [2009] no-one stocks them.

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  • mattshropsmattshrops Posts: 1,134
    ooh hark at her :roll:

    nice shoes tho 8)
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  • christurbochristurbo Posts: 432
    I know - I am such a girl! :oops:
  • You earnt the stripes on that helmet and those shoes?

    :lol:
    Has the head wind picked up or the tail wind dropped off???
  • christurbochristurbo Posts: 432
    Haha - let me see; all the gear and no idea!

    :D
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    Any reason for bottom of the range pedals? Could have saved some serious weight there.........
  • SquillinossettSquillinossett Posts: 1,678
    Some nice choices there, as its my birthday next week im thinking of treating myself the same SIDI's as a little treat (different colors) How you finding them?
  • christurbochristurbo Posts: 432
    I did a 40 mile run this morning in them and they are awesome. I had have tried the Genius 5s but these feel more connected to the pedals due to the dial in adjustments. They are also very light.

    They are very well made and I can see them lasting a long time.
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,667
    christurbo wrote:
    I did a 40 mile run this morning in them and they are awesome. I had have tried the Genius 5s but these feel more connected to the pedals due to the dial in adjustments. They are also very light.

    They are very well made and I can see them lasting a long time.

    I can barely walk in my Sidis, let alone run!
  • AggieboyAggieboy Posts: 3,996
    I assume you've got a bike?
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  • christurbochristurbo Posts: 432
    NapoleonD wrote:
    christurbo wrote:
    I did a 40 mile run this morning in them and they are awesome. I had have tried the Genius 5s but these feel more connected to the pedals due to the dial in adjustments. They are also very light.

    They are very well made and I can see them lasting a long time.

    I can barely walk in my Sidis, let alone run!

    Very good! haha :lol:
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    Heavy cages as well .......... Oh well.
  • christurbochristurbo Posts: 432
    Yep but only £12 for 2! I will save my £100 to save 40g to purchase something more needed.
  • mrushtonmrushton Posts: 5,182
    Hope you didn;t pay full price on those shoes. My partner has those and paid £75 18mnths ago in the Cyclefit sale (a shop not known for low spend)
    M.Rushton
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    Errr - why are you going to pay £100 for a bottle cage (or rather £200 for 2)? Just wondering.

    You could have put the difference towards some lighter pedals really....
  • I got some new kit recently, but first ride over the weekend in this natty combo!

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    (bought by my workmates as a leaving present :~) )

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    Shame the sun wasn't out like it is today...
  • nice katusha jersey :) i got the Team skinsuit :)
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  • christurbochristurbo Posts: 432
    Yossie wrote:
    Errr - why are you going to pay £100 for a bottle cage (or rather £200 for 2)? Just wondering.

    You could have put the difference towards some lighter pedals really....

    Im not, for your exact point! Hence me buying the 40 odd gram Zefal cages.

    Greasedscottsman - nice!!!!! :D
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