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Look 596

oldredpinarellooldredpinarello Posts: 101
edited September 2015 in Your road bikes
Picked this up late last year, only just managing to get off the cx bike and onto this!

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ALV_0107

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ALV_0108

Look 596 (Small frame)
full Sram Red
Zipp Vuka aero bars with SRAM R2C shifters
John Cobb flow saddle
Too windy where I live to ever want deeper wheels!

Posts

  • DiscoBoyDiscoBoy Posts: 905
    More & better pictures needed please!
    Red bikes are the fastest.
  • replaced the one crappy phone photo with some proper ones!
  • RoktRokt Posts: 493
    Bloody hell that' nice.... :D
  • ianbarianbar Posts: 1,352
    beast! more pics....
    enigma esprit
    cannondale caad8 tiagra 2012
  • andytee87andytee87 Posts: 356
    Looking good! I'd forgotten how much of a dinner plate that chainring is haha
  • RideOnTimeRideOnTime Posts: 4,712
    J E S U S :D
  • DiscoBoyDiscoBoy Posts: 905
    Utterly awesome :D

    Why use clinchers on a TT bike, though?
    Red bikes are the fastest.
  • DKayDKay Posts: 1,652
    What a crazy looking rig. Defo needs more (many more) detailed pics.
  • DiscoBoy wrote:
    Utterly awesome :D

    Why use clinchers on a TT bike, though?


    Thanks all! Quite the demand for more pics, I will do so shortly :D

    Several reasons for the wheels. Firstly, I have been told by my tri/ironman friends that clinchers are the way to go (and thats my goal this year). Secondly, I already had them, and the bike was bought without wheels. Thirdly, even if I wanted new wheels, the performance gain wouldnt match the performance loss due to what my girlfriend would do to my testes if I spent more money on toys :lol:
  • Wacky and great! I love it!
  • velogeevelogee Posts: 186
    DiscoBoy wrote:
    Utterly awesome :D

    Why use clinchers on a TT bike, though?


    Thanks all! Quite the demand for more pics, I will do so shortly :D

    Several reasons for the wheels. Firstly, I have been told by my tri/ironman friends that clinchers are the way to go (and thats my goal this year). Secondly, I already had them, and the bike was bought without wheels. Thirdly, even if I wanted new wheels, the performance gain wouldnt match the performance loss due to what my girlfriend would do to my testes if I spent more money on toys :lol:

    ^^^ major lolz
    Madone 4.9 Di2 2014 - Road
    Stumpjumper Elitr FSR 2007 - Mud
    Allez Elite 2011 - Turbo/winter/commuter
  • The machine is alive and put a huge smile on my face every time i ride it ! :lol:

    Regards,
    New owner :wink:
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