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Planet X RT-57 Reviews - any yet?

aserotaaserota Posts: 56
edited January 2012 in Road buying advice
As above,

Has anyone put some mileage on one of these bikes yet?

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  • I'd also be very interested to hear from anyone who has first hand experience of this bike...

    (I was looking for the "subscribe to this thread" option but couldn't find one, so decided at least to give the thread a little "bump")
    I want to die quietly in my sleep, like my grandfather...
    Not shouting and screaming like his passengers did!
  • Bought this bike before Xmas and it arrived just before Xmas eve and it's a fantastic bike for the money I've done a couple of big 100k rides on it and I can't belive how comfortable and fast it is. The spec is top shelf and I also went for a wheel upgrade to the dura ace 7900 c50's and they really add to the overall speed and comfort of the bike,I did the Galway 70.3 last year on a boardman and this year il be doing IM Wales and Galway agin and on this bike it will be so much easier I was a long time waiting to see which carbon bike and company I would make my purchase from and I can tell you that PLANET X will be a very hard act to beat with what you get for the money also SRAM red is amazing this bike has been getting alot of attention from people and other cyclists,a fantastic bike and fantastic price!
  • Wow great review! Been keeping my eye on this bike, as I was impressed when I saw them in the flesh in the Rotherham showroom back in November. Glad to hear it is comfortable as I was a little puzzled as it seems to have quite a short head tube. Good to hear it can go the distance! I love the mint colour schemes as well! Enjoy the bike!
    Current bike: 2014 Kinesis Racelight T2 - built by my good self!
  • nicklousenicklouse Posts: 50,675 Lives Here
    TheBigYin wrote:
    I'd also be very interested to hear from anyone who has first hand experience of this bike...

    (I was looking for the "subscribe to this thread" option but couldn't find one, so decided at least to give the thread a little "bump")
    Look t the bottom of he page.
    "Do not follow where the path may lead, Go instead where there is no path, and Leave a Trail."
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