Sportive and versatility are the Road Comp's best virtues - thanks to it's lightweight and efficient frame, wide ratio gearing, full mudguard compatibility combined with an efficient yet comfortable geometry you really can climb any mountain, distance is no object - in all weather conditions.
- New lightweight alloy frame constructed of triple butted tubing
- Full smooth welding
- Sportive Geometry
- Aerodynamic down tube profile
- Oversize box section chainstays for increased power transfer
- Internal rear brake cable routing
- Curved wishbone seatstays for enhanced comfort
- Compatibility for full length mudguards
- Full Carbon fork with tapered steerer for increased stiffness and steering precision
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 »
So I'm kinda stuck here.
I have a 2012 Allez (base) that used to have the 2300 shifters. Since then, I've upgraded my shifters and both derailleurs (to 105), cassette (Tiagra), and chain (SRAM PC-1031). I am pleased with the results so far. I've lost at least 15lbs since I started biking this winter ... Read More »
I'm new to the forum and new to cycling as well. I've tried to do as much research as possible but this doesn't appear to be a typical comparison for obvious reasons. I'm looking for a solid bike to perform as a road bike as well as being able to use in Tri's if that becomes my main ... Read More »
I've been looking on Craigs list for a while for a used drop bar bike I can use on the trainer and ride on gravel roads or inclimate weather. Found an 09 Fuji Cross Comp listed for $600 and got it for $520. A few minor scratches but looks good and judging from the tires and cassette etc looks to b ... Read More »