There were a few generations of MegaExo bottom brackets that were compatible with Shimano Cranksets, but this bottom bracket was designed to work exclusively with the MegaExo bottom bracket. For Shimano cranksets, the Wheels Manufacturing adapters work well.
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The way those straps are configured, it might be tough to fit the saddle bag anywhere other than under the saddle. The straps are designed to wrap around the saddle rails, and although there is a second Velcro strap for the seatpost, I wouldn't necessarily rely on that strap alone to secure the bag. We do have a "bento box" by Timbuk2 that would be mounted on top of the top tube just behind the stem that might be worth checking out for a little extra storage capacity.
Jamis is one of the brands that actually has a great archives of catalogs on their site and, surprisingly, they list specifications down to the exact details of the frame. It looks like that Jamis Ventura Elite '07 used a 10 speed shimano 31.8 clamp on front derailleur. You can use a 31/8/28.6 front derailleur from Shimano, or a clamp band adapter from Shimano to run a braze-on front derailleur. Feel free to call or chat with one of our bike experts if you might have any other questions or concerns.
I have to admit that I haven't worn this jacket myself, but the sizing should be consistent with their other women's' jackets. The Castelli sizing tends to be smaller than most (for example, Hincapie, Louis Garneau, Pearl Izumi,). but if you've worn a size small in other Castelli items, that is my recommendation. Although it's great to get the size right the first go around, we've go a great return policy should we need to go with another size.
Unfortunately I don't have a weight for that bike, but I would expect that to be in the low 19 lbs range depending on the size. This is admittedly just an estimate, but should be fairly close. The 105 groupset is a fantastic way to go, but its strengths are more in the durability and consistency of shifting than in weight.
Technically, the two are not compatible. Changes in specifications are small, but the 22 components were designed to be used exclusively with SRAM's 11 speed drivetrains. You may be able to get by with using it, but the shifting will likely not be spot on. We do have some great deals on SRAM Force 10 speed cranksets right now that you might check out.
We do not carry a huge inventory of track components, but feel free to email me directly at email@example.com, and I'll see what w can do to special order some wheels up. We do have a pretty great selection of brands for wheels, and I'm sure we can come up with something thats going to work great for your daughter.
HED has a claimed weight of 1620 for these wheels, and I would say that 1600 should be more accurate from what I've seen for the FR Ardennes disc wheels. These are definitely a light, strong wheel, but they are not tubeless compatible, and are designed to be run with tubes. I would certainly run these for clincher gravel road racing, but would recommend a tubeless specific wheel for cyclocross with tubeless tires/sealant.
Our return policy is for bikes is the same as our other products. If the bike is in new condition, unused, and with original packaging, we can take it back for a full refund. In this way, if you are working with a fitter and they decide that it just wont work, you're covered. Even if you ride the bike, we accept returns upto 90 days from the date of purchase for a store credit. In both cases, the customer is responsible for the return shipping, but you certainly do have some recourse if it's not exactly what you need.
Sorry for the discrepancy there. For any and all warranty situations, we would work based off of the manufacturer's guidelines to get that resolved. In this case, that would be the 5 year warranty offered by Santa Cruz. Also, should any issues arise, we've got a team here who handles our coordinates warranties with the manufacturer
It looks like the 110mm /38t is currently available, and should be the top variant in the "select options" menu. If you ever have questions about pricing or availability, you can always call us here at (888) 276-7130 or chat online
We do try to post weights on all of our products, but that is certainly a challenge that we are still working on as more and more inventory is available on the site. Also, there can be a variation in weight between the sizes. For that build, we would likely be looking at something in the 17-18 lb range,
I believe the 2011 P3's utilize a standard 68mm English threaded bottom bracket. Since you are running the 6800 crankset, this SM-BBR60 in the "English" variant would be the way to go. The Italian version is a similar bottom bracket, but uses a different threading than what is used on your Cervelo.
These are a thicker grip, but do have a slight taper/increased diameter to them toward the end of the grip. They are definitely a little thicker than most grips, but what sort of grips are you used to, or perhaps looking to replace? I'd be happy to help narrow things down a bit since we do have a rather large selection of grips on the site. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'm in Monday through Friday evenings at Competitive Cyclist
This Bottom Bracket is specifically for the Open Mountain bike frame. To the best of my knowledge, Open is the only mountain bike brand to use a BBRight system, and this BB was designed in conjunction with rotor for that particular application.
The sizing on the Merckx bikes can admittedly be a bit confusing. It is tough to discern where exactly merckx is extrapolating these frame sizes from. That said, comparing stack and reach in conjunction with the effective top tube helps to compare bikes of different brands in a more like manner. If you are looking for a true 48cm effective top tube, I'm not quite sure the Merck bikes get quite small enough. Feel free to shoot me an email directly at email@example.com, and I'll be happy to discuss the finer points of fitting to make sure we can get you on a frame size that will work well for you.
Which of the Trek frames do you ride? The Madone with H2 geometry in a 56 has a 56.0 effective toptube, and would best match the Merckx in a 51cm frame. This has a lightly longer top tube at 56.7, but a very similar reach at 384. Nailing down the correct size can be tough, so feel free to check out our fit calculator for a little extra guidance. You are also more than welcome to email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions that you might have.
We haven't heard any word as to whether or not Garmin will be collaborating with any of the other industry players for future power pedals. Speedplay pedals do offer an incredible amount of adjustability, and if you are looking to keep that pedal system around, I'd recommend going with something like a Quarq or SRM power meter.
The Ridley Cyclocross bikes do run a little big for their size. They tend to have taller standover than most for two reasons. First, the Ridleys' use classic Belgian cyclocross geometry with a high bottom bracket for cornering on off camber turns. The higher top tube makes for easier shouldering when running up a set of stairs or barriers. Also, in cyclocross you are leaping on and off your bike over the back/saddle, so you don't spend much time straddling the top tube.
At 6'3", I typically ride a road bike with a 59cm top tube, and the 58cm X-Ride fits well with a 57.5 effective top tube and 120mm stem.
The sizing on our site is listed in US Sizes for apparel, so I would suggest the medium. That said, the Mavic apparel tends to run a little larger than some brands. I wear a large in most apparel, and this fit a little loose in the size large for me.