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My new beast - Superior XC bike

persikspersiks Posts: 61
edited April 2015 in Your mountain bikes
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Frame: Superior Team Issue 29 Carbon M size
Fork: Rock Shock Reba RL
Handlebar: Easton EC70
Stem: ONE Race
Headset: FSA No.42/48 ACB
Grips: ESI Racer
Bar Ends: ESI
Brakeset: Shimano BR-M615 hydraulic disc brake 180/160mm
Shifter: SRAM X1 Trigger 1x11
Rear Mech: SRAM X01
Saddle: Fi'zi:k Tundra 2 MG
Seat Post: XLC Carbon 400mm
Cranks: SRAM X1 1400 X-Sync 32T
Chain: SRAM PC-X1
Cassette: SRAM XG-1180 10-42T
Pedals: Shimano XT
Bottom Bracket: SRAM PF30
Wheelset: ZTR Rapid with One ultralight hubs and Sapim Race/Sprint spokes
Tires: Schwalbe Thunder Burt Performance

Weight: about 10,1 kg

In pictures there is one grips, but this night already change them no ESI Racers. I'm planning to changes tubes to Schwalbe SV19a soon. Will think about other upgrades, maybe it will be brakes. :) Will start to explore places around Paris. So if someone live in Paris or near, please share places where are you cycling.
My first road bike - Tommaso Aggraziato

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  • njee20njee20 Posts: 9,613
    Looks good! Why not go tubeless?
  • persikspersiks Posts: 61
    Thanks mate! Because for now looks like I will travel with my bike every 2 months and actually don't want to mess everything up with sealant.
    My first road bike - Tommaso Aggraziato
  • njee20njee20 Posts: 9,613
    No reason you'll mess everything up, you can let the tyres down if that's what you mean? Although you don't actually need to, if an aircraft hold wasn't pressurised bicycle tyres would be the least of your worries!
  • RiggaRigga Posts: 939
    Very nice!
  • persikspersiks Posts: 61
    Will think about going tubeless. But the worst thing for now is saddle. I am back on bike after 2 years and pretty overweight with wide bones so Tundra 2 is not for me now. I was starting my cycling with fizik nisene about 5 years ago, then switched to fizik antares, then to Bontrager Evoke R. Then I built lightweight Cube Reaction 29 GTC also with fizik tundra and wasn't so bad at that time because my censored already adapt to saddles, but for now after 30min it is hard to handle that pain. Im thinking about Evoke RL in L size.
    My first road bike - Tommaso Aggraziato
  • James QJames Q Posts: 201
    Looks stunning!!
  • FerralsFerrals Posts: 785
    Lovely looking bike!
  • WindyGWindyG Posts: 1,099
  • Fizik gobi may suit you better.
  • persikspersiks Posts: 61
    Thanks guys! This bike is really amazing, but my cycling skills after 2 years is terrible, actuallycI don't have enough strenght to perform as much as I want, bit will keep going. Today bought Specialized Phenom Comp. Get measured in Elite Shop and sit bone widht was about 124mm so took 155mm saddle. After 50 min ride didn't feel discomfort. It is downgrade in weight (220g vs 260g), but pretty huge upgrade in performance.

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    My first road bike - Tommaso Aggraziato
  • Myster101Myster101 Posts: 856
    Very nice, looks fast :wink:
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  • Beautiful Bike..
  • persikspersiks Posts: 61
    Thanks guys! Really love Thunder Burt tires because of rolling speed and grip that is amazing for that kind of tire. Will post later pic with new grips and saddle.
    My first road bike - Tommaso Aggraziato
  • njee20njee20 Posts: 9,613
    Agree on the Burts, so much more capable than they should be, looking at them.
  • persikspersiks Posts: 61
    You really should try them if you don't spend all day in muddy terrain.
    My first road bike - Tommaso Aggraziato
  • persikspersiks Posts: 61
    Today take ride near Paris with my lovely bike. Now you can see New saddle and grips. Will take better pics in weekend. :)

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    My first road bike - Tommaso Aggraziato
  • persikspersiks Posts: 61
    By the way, specialized saddle is perfect for my butt. Can't feel it when riding. :)
    My first road bike - Tommaso Aggraziato
  • VmlopesVmlopes Posts: 11
    Is it the angle or is the saddle pointing massively downwards??
  • persikspersiks Posts: 61
    I think it is because of picture angle. It is little bit downwards, but not massively
    My first road bike - Tommaso Aggraziato
  • njee20njee20 Posts: 9,613
    Not trying to mimic Kulhavy's Epic?:

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  • persikspersiks Posts: 61
    Nice angle. Maybe I should try like set angle like this one. :D
    My first road bike - Tommaso Aggraziato
  • njee20njee20 Posts: 9,613
    I'd have a go if it made me anything like as quick as him!
  • persikspersiks Posts: 61
    Today my bike saw wet forest conditions. TT tires are pretty slipper on wet rocks, but enjoyed riding really much.

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    My first road bike - Tommaso Aggraziato
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