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.
This is an awesome bike. Cannondale is coming out with a full carbon in 08, but for the value, this is a fantastic bike.
For a first bike I think it is perfect.
Overall- good starter bike, race wheels are a must!
If you are looking for a bag that will carry everything and look good doing it, this is the bag for you. It's very well organized so just a quick check for empty pockets or chambers will keep you from forgetting your cycling shoes behind the couch.
Overall, One great beginner bike! Worth the investment for a newbie deciding if they should continue the sport.
Searching for a TRI bike can be a time consuming ordeal some of us may have the means to go to the Local bike Shop and simply say I want the best bike you have for the following goals… Get the bike get fitted and walk it to the truck others of us like myself it is a journey with many questions and a fixed budget to stay within. For me the magic dollar mount was $1200. I visited 3 shops and found $1200 did not buy much so I turned to the Internet and e-bay. Having purchased my Daughter an entry level road bike from Bikesdirect.com that was my first stop and found the Motobecane Nemesis Pro.
After careful research I determined that this bike was the same frame and equipment set up as the Fuji Aloha 1.0 I tried to locate a Aloha to buy but the local bike shop has discontinued carrying the Fuji line. I contacted Fuji and got a lead on a shop about 80 miles away that could get me an Aloha 2.0 for around $1400 I declined. My local shop made a good effort to grab my business with a great offer for a 07 Trek Equinox 7 but the 650 wheels made me shy away so I turned to Sprtymama a e-bay seller my questions were answered very promptly the purchase was made and delivery was in 2 days. The sales price including shipping was $1185. The bike arrived exactly as advertised packaging was great the bike was well protected and parts were sealed in bags ready for assembly. As you can see I am very happy with this bike and I recommend it to anyone looking for a high quality but low price TRI bike and is not afraid of some assembly work. It is not a carbon frame and not as high tech as the top of the line bikes but it is a better bike than I am a rider it fit my budget and it fits me.
Great racing shoe
My first tri bike, and it delivers exactly what it promises -- a relatively inexpensive, entry-level triathlon bike. Those who wish to upgrade components can do so with little problem; those who want a good beginner bike will most certainly be pleased.
My plan is to ride this bike for three years, and then trade up; I've got two years and a couple thousand miles on this bike already.