The Elite’s modular monocoque carbon frame construction uses a unique multi weave carbon construction technique. This technique utilises two different types of raw carbon which have their own advantages. When they are precisely laid up in a specific way it allows for much greater control over the ultimate characteristic of each part of the frame whether it be stiffness, light weight or an ability to soak up road bumps.
I have two quite different bikes from 1999 that I ride occasionally, but only occasionally, and both have similar wheelsets. Both are 9 speed so compatibility is fine. Wondering which wheels to keep.
One bike is a Reynolds 853 drop bar racing bike, the other is a Trek Y-Foil setup for Tri. One ... Read More »
Went to my LBS and found a Sirrus Elite, I got it for a pretty decent price. Roughly $600, this is pretty much my first Road/Hybrid bike. I'm pretty excited to get some miles on this!
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Hello all, I am new to this forum and I hope I put this in the right category. I am looking to buy my first road bike. I have been looking on CL and I have found a few that I thought were interesting. The first is a 1986 Centurion Elite RS, the second is a Diamondback Centurion Master TG, and the la ... Read More »
I bought a couple of PI elite jerseys (size M & L). I am undecided for which one fits me the best. Could you let me know what you think? Do you think the size M is too short?
- Size L fits very saggy around my waist and the pockets sags under load down to my butt. Size M behaves ... Read More »