We get excited any time a garment can serve multiple functions. It cuts down on spending, and in the case of the Castelli Ergo No Chamois Tights, it can do everything exceptionally well. The Ergo Tights come without a chamois, so you can use them over your favorite cycling shorts or for everything from Nordic skiing to running. The Ergos allow you to make the world your winter wonderland without fear of frostbite.The Castelli Ergo No Chamois Tights place an emphasis on multi-disciplinary comfort. Featuring a design that's principle purpose is a comfortable, barely-there fit; the Ergo Tights' performance is achieved through the use of Castelli's popular Thermoflex fabric. Thermoflex gives you the benefit of having lightweight, stretchy tights that warm like a light jacket on your legs and fit like you're off to the races. Thermoflex also features a fleecy inner lining that traps a layer of warm air on your skin while it wicks away moisture to the quick-drying Ergo surface. This process provides a consistent warmth and dryness that you'll appreciate when it's in the 40s. The Ergo has added extra comfort by incorporating flat silicone ankle grippers and reflective camlock ankle zippers.The Castelli Ergo No Chamois Tights are available in six sizes from Small to XXX-Large, and in the color Black.
Does anyone here know the differences between the two bars? I know the Ergo has a flat/oval top, but how pronounced is it relative to the standard? Also, does it say "SL70 Ergo" anywhere on the bar itself? The reason I ask is that a shop installed the Ergo, but it feels and looks just like the SL ... Read More »
I am new to campy but not new to cycling and repair work. I know these shifters are rebuildable and I am sure this is an easy fix I just don't know what part(s) need to be replaced.
The shifter works fine in the stand. The indexing is a little mushy but not to bad. But as soon as you pull on the ca ... Read More »
Can an average man ride a smaller frame comfortably? As it turns out, yes. After a few adjustments, I’ve settled into (what is apparently) a 50 cm frame quite well. Fixing and riding this old steelie has been a real pleasure, but I wondered how a 5’10” man could fit so well on a bike designed for ... Read More »