I love this bike. My geared-bike friends don't really get it, but for you fixies, I highly recommend it. Also - the price has dropped since I got mine. Base price as of September 2007 is $499.
Overall, an excellent starter bike. I have yet to replace it as my general road bike, and am merely upgrading and adding components [within reason] for now.
Good looking shoe, fit my foot well.
Cant wait to try it in my first race. Only if they made a suit to help you bike and run faster....
All in all, a great bike. Try to find a bike with this setup at the shop, you wont come close to the price nor the quality.. Remember, the frames are all made in the same place....
The finest road bike I've ever owned.
Love this bike. You can't lose with QR!
weight or lack there of, Saddle, 105/ultegra mix, Light but durable wheels, good tires,
Great first pedals, I look forward to getting more comfortable on them!
So far, so good! I'm very new to cycling shoes and clipins, but they feel comfortable, and make me look like a real cyclist!
A great, entry-level wetsuit that makes me feel safe and protected.
Would look pretty nice with Zipps or HEDS
Great buy! I would highly recommend this bike to anyone looking at it!
Good Entry level WSD bike. They had my size when I was purchasing that weekend. I'd definitely recommend this brand to any woman just entering into the world of triathlons or cycling. Although I'd probably steer them more towards the Ruby or the Allez depending on the budget. Don't get me wrong, I love this bike, my first (and only) for the time being in this sport. And if I decide to just cycle I'd still keep this one as my trainer and eventually upgrade to a lighter frame.
A great training suit, if you want a step-above the materials of other racing suits in the same price-range.