Airborne Spectre 2002 Road Bike

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $2185.00

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Airborne Spectre Road Bike

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by aeromechanics a Triathlete from Germantown, MD

Date Reviewed: October 3, 2003

Strengths:    Ti. comfort and trick top tube & stays, TT bike with climbing abilities, price. Also, for whatever reason, the setup does not have the traditional creaking of a ti. frame, even after many rain rides.

Weaknesses:    Just a quck note - be sure that the seat tube fits closely with your inseam length. As with the C'dale Multisport, the extended tube leaves little room for error if you have shorter legs than torso.

Bottom Line:   
What a pleasant surprise! I was attracted by the unique tubing on the frame. But the ride is extremely comfortable - I recommend the Ren. Oz Pro Aero fork. The combination creates a stable ride that I haven't experienced on other TT bikes. The geometry best fits my riding needs: hilly time trials.

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Favorite Ride:   Anywhere in the Maryland countryside

Similar Products Used:   Cannodale TT & road, Litespeed Tuscany, Fuji.

Bike Setup:   Spinergy, Ultegra, etc.

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Spectre in Spring '09?

So, the 'in the works' page has declared that the Spectre will be available in march/april '09. I am really wondering if any plans have changed since the previous posts which were mostly made in '07. Has anyone heard anything from Jack on the subject? They reported that it didn't make it in '08 d ... Read More »

Airborne Spectre

Hi All, I am looking to make a single speed bike for winter riding. I am thinking about picking up this 2003 Airborne Spectre with carbon fork and headset. The concerning thing for me is that the owner states that the Seat Tube C-T-C 26 1/4" which converts to 66cm. The Top Tub ... Read More »

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