Strengths: -Very stiff bottom bracket
-Aggressive position(allows you to reach full aero position)
Weaknesses: -The small size frame has toe overlap with a 165mm crank(the toe may hit the front wheel while turning at slow speeds). It is by no means bothering me since I rarely find myself riding along at a 2km/h.
First I'd like to mention that I bought my bike from Ebay.ca and that it is the exact same as the TT2 described on the Pedal Force website. It has the same geometry, carbon fiber material, etc...
Aside from it's looks the bike handles great, the stiff bottom bracket hold its ground at high speed and does not wobble at all. I was able to push my bike to 72.6km/h (long downhill) and still be comfortable pedaling. I find this is its best strength since my previous bike would start to bounce at around 65km/h and I would have to stop pedaling.
The stock seat post offers a 75 degree angle. Although this is strictly personal, I would have rather the 76-78 degree seat post but Pedal Force and other online bike shops seem to be out of stock on this item.
So overall I am really impressed with the bike. If anyone has doubts on the sizing of the frame please refer to the Pedal Force website since they have a special fitting tool with bike's measurements preprogrammed.
I would definitely recommend this bike to a friend.