Schwinn 2007 Fastback Elite Road Bike

4/5 (2 Reviews)


Product Description

Color - Goldleaf

Sizes - XS,S,M,L,XL

Frame - Schwinn Super Butted 'N'Litened' Gold label smooth welded aluminum with Black Label carbon fiber seat stays, race geometry, IS standard integrated head tube, forged dropouts w/replaceable hanger, and 2x H2O bottle.

Fork - Schwinn Black Label Carbon Pro carbon fiber w/ 1 1/8" alloy steerer and forged dropouts

Crankset - Truvativ Elita SL compact forged alloy w/ 50/36T 7075 CNC chainrings

Bottom Bracket - Truvativ Giga X Pipe w/external bearings

Pedals - n/a

Front Derailleur - Shimano 105 31.8 down-pull

Rear Derailleur - Shinamo 105 10sp SS

Shifters - Shimano 105 10sp STI

Freewheel - Shimano 105 10sp 11-23T

Chain - Shimano CN-5600 super narrow

Rims - Kore Gradient II complete wheelset

Tires - Schwalbe Blizzard Kevlar 700x23

Front Hub - Kore Gradient II, sealed cartridge bearing, 24h

Rear Hub - Kore Gradient II, sealed cartridge bearing, 28h

Front Break - Tektro RX-40 dual pivot caliper

Rear Break - Tektro RX-40S single pivot caliper

Brake Levers - Shimano 105 10sp STI

Handlebar - Ritchey Comp 31.8 butted allow, width to suit frame size

Saddle - Selle San Marco Ponza

Seat Post - Ritchey Comp V2





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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by turnerb a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: February 6, 2011

Strengths:    Frame! esp considering all the potholes and bad roads here

Weaknesses:    wheel hubs sealed?? and i need to purchase 2 new wheels.
Weight (but u pay for what u get)


Bottom Line:   
For the mileage that i've done, this bike has served well and true -especially considering the weight of 9.9kg. It's taken me from a L batch Argus to G batch to C batch this year.

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Favorite Ride:   Cape Argus- South Africa

Price Paid:    $10000.00

Purchased At:   Hatton Cycles

Bike Setup:   good


Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Hvnlooker a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: June 2, 2009

Strengths:    Great components, light weight, smooth ride

Weaknesses:    Aesthetically unappealing, feels weird at 25-30 MPH


Bottom Line:   
My LBS found one of these still at the warehouse and ordered it knowing I needed a new ride.

The ride is smooth. The carbon stays and fork absorb the road bumps pretty well.

The 105 drivetrain is dandy.

Kore Gradient II wheelset is great. I am always the first one to the bottom of hills when the groups is coasting.

Seat is average. I might replace it, but it's okay for now.

The bike is light. I don't know official weight, but compared to bikes priced $100-$200 more similarly equipped, it is a featherweight.

Something does happen at 25-30 MPH where the bike feels like it is hitting a wave. It's the only way I can describe it.

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Favorite Ride:   Back country hilly ride

Price Paid:    $925.00

Purchased At:   Main Street Bikes

Bike Setup:   Stock with Shimano PD-1530 pedals



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