It is obvious that you've never watched the Giro or the Vuelta. Compacts all around for some of the insane climbs like the Bolo del Mundo last Saturday or the Mortirolo in the Giro.spade2you said:...and make sure none of them use a compact?
Actually, I am aware and just slinging mud at Salsa, the anti-compact rider. I'm a very light climbing specialist and I absolutely love attacking in the climbs with my Record 11 compact.Ruimteaapje said:It is obvious that you've never watched the Giro or the Vuelta. Compacts all around for some of the insane climbs like last Saturday.
Why? The fact that anyone gives a flying fornication about jerseys and has a discussion is beyond me. The only time I care about team kits is if I'm the one having to wear them, in which case I really only care if the leg grippies and chamois are comfortable.LostViking said:kbwh - You should post that kit in the Pro Cycling thread - imagine the firestorm of critique!
I think a team like this is a little too under the radar for the pro cycling forum, but that's just me.kbwh said:Me, I like to be well dressed and visible when I ride. I never wear pro team kit.
Our club kit is just fine, made by Bergamo too.
Shall post in the pro thread.