Body completely in carbon; front clamp in alloy 6061T6 with three blocking hidden screws. Lightweight gives space to design and safety. The rigidity of the stem is confirmed from the big front clamp wrapping up and completing the product. The body made of carbon fibre assures the top vibration absorption.
I've got a 2003 LeMond Buenos Aries which I I ride fairly frequently LeMond steel bikes have a unique geometry, featuring a fairly relaxed angles but a short wheelbase. Most of that short wheelbase seems to come from the front end. What I notice most of all is the amount of toe overlap, which is ... Read More »
I've run across on of these (a 2003 model with the carbon fork) which is just pristine. It must never have been taken out of the house. I'd like some feedback from folks who have owned this model. Reviews on this forum have been very positive.Read More »
This is my first post here and I could use your help!!
I just purchased a like new 2002 Buenos Aries and I would like to here your comments regarding this bike.
I am an older rider and after reading so much about the comfort of steel versus aluminum, I thought this was the right choic ... Read More »
Hello, I'm looking for a mid level road bike and have narrowed it down to 3.
1: Lemond Buenos Aries 04, used with dura-ace/ultegra mix
2: Cervelo Soloist Centaur new
3: Felt F5C new (105)
I'm leaning towards the Lemond as it is 700$ cheaper and in great shape. I used to race for years but have ... Read More »
Just when I thought I had found the perfect bike for me (Specialized Roubaix) I do a stupid thing and test ride a Lemond Buenos Aries. The BA had almost as smooth a ride as the roubaix, fit just as good and it's design blend of carbon and steel is very well done. I am a big guy at 6' ... Read More »