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Pedal Force Fusion - Carbon/Titanium

Pedal Force Fusion - Carbon/Titanium

Pedal Force (www.pedalforce.com) Fusion - Carbon/Titanium - fully built with Carbon components, Dura drivetrain, Neuvation A28 wheels and Zero Gravity titanium calipers.

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Looks like a mean and stiff ride :p Seems like you did it light weight all the way through. Did you get it under 6.8kg ? How dows it actually ride. Are those Zero' any good?
 

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Thanks for your posting. I tried to keep it light by going with carbon and light weight components all around.

It's a very smooth ride. When you step on it in a climb it responds with no hesitation. Because I max the pressure on the tires I feel the road imperfections but the frame itself is extremely compliant.

The frame is 58cm measured with a virtual tt. The weight is 7.71kg or 17lbs. Don't think I could have gotten much lighter without going to a carbon crank set-up. A smaller frame would likely come in lighter.
 

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I forgot to respond to your question about the Zeros. Not only do they look good they work beautifully. My LBS set the brakes up with very thight tolerances (pads are close to wheel) so any "out of true" in wheels causes rubbing. I've since made adjustments with no real problems. I do, however, question the ability for the calipers to stay centered. At this point I'm thinking it's a matter of the wheels and not the calipers.
 

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