Starting with its hand built in Italy custom C60 finished in a PLAN paint job. To Shimano's just released Dura Ace Di2 9150. SRM Rotor crankset with their new Qarbon NoQ rings and SRM PC8 Computer. Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon SL wheels and Enve cockpit components. Complete with Arundel cages, Selle SMP Dynamic Saddle and Speedplay pedals.
Shimano's new Dura Ace 9150 rear derailleur with an 11-30 cassette.
When it comes the measuring power, the gold standard has been and is, SRM. Complete with Rotor's new Qarbon NoQ chainrings in 52/36. They are crazy stiff for incredible shifting. They match the frame's carbon tube's as well as the Mavic wheels and Arundel cages.
Shimano updated the shifter button size as well as made the 'click' much more positive for better feel. The hood's have also been re-profiled for improved ergonomics. Supacaz tape wraps the Enve bars.
Always a rider favorite, you can see the Sprint Shifters sticking out out of the bars. Unlike many pro sprinters who position them higher, many clients find they prefer them lower so they can access them while on the back portion of the drops.
While common in the pro peloton, and a shop favorite, SRM's PC8 displays metrics clearer than any other computer on the market in any light condition from any angle. Despite not being able to display maps, the PC8 does track rides with GPS for uploading with Strava/Training Peaks, etc.
We will be posting more builds in the coming weeks
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