Boardman Air 9.8 Road Bike

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Air 9.8

When you're racing for the win in the world Triathlon championships or one of the world’s great road races’s, it's all about exploiting minimal gains and the AiR 9.8 has enough of them to make the difference between the win and 2nd place. Frame: AiR ultralight full carbon monocoque, tapered steerer, BB30, internal cable routing Fork: AiR ultralight full carbon, tapered steerer Shifters: SRAM Red Front Mech: SRAM Red Rear Mech: SRAM Red Brakes: SRAM Red Chainset: SRAM Red 53x39T Cassette: SRAM Red Chain: SRAM Red Bottom Bracket: SRAM Red Rims: Zipp 404 Firecrest tubular Hubs: Zipp 404 Firecrest tubular Spokes: Zipp 404 Firecrest tubular Tyres: Vittoria Corsa CX Handlebars: Ritchey Superlogic Carbon Stem: Ritchey WCS Carbon Headset: FSA Semi Integrated Spacers: Carbon Seatpost: cboardman Carbon AiR Saddle: Fizik Arione Carbon rail Pedals: N/A Weight: 15.4lbs

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Peter Downing   Road Racer [Jul 03, 2014]

The stiff frame transfers all the power to forward motion and this bike is very stable. Rides well in windy conditions and is very light.



I have had the Boardman Air 9.8 2014 Model for less than one month and my longest ride has been 65km. I am very pleased with the ride.The weight of my bike is 7.4kg with a Ultegra Groupset and Dura Ace C24 wheels with continental GP 4000s tyres. My other bike is a Specialized Roubaix and I must admit the Boardman is my bike of choice now. It goes fast when you put the power down. It looks stunning as well. My Riding is mostly on flat windy roads in Melbourne Australia but I will find some mountains to ride and update this review.

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