Your good to go - will work perfect, make sure to get the correct BCD size, 110 for compact or 130 for standard ;) Reuse the SRAM chain ring bolts, and make sure to use LockTite Blue ;)
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Made for under the seat - but give it a try ;)
99.99999999999% sure that the rails are round ;) Here's a link to Competitive's YouTube review :
Fancy new boxes and some minimal weight reductions - ie: 400S was 219gm, and these SII's are 214gm (23mm) and respectively 224gm for the wider 25mm version. After >10 thousand miles worth of my 4000-S's being literally trouble free ;) , I am jumping in to try these new ones! My 'old' 4000-S turned in a respectable wear of about 1500 miles for the rear and 2000-2500 for the front's - solid. I know that these will get the same ;)
At 95 PSI on a Zipp 404 carbon front wheel, the 22mm profile makes this tire amazingly quick, yet subtle:) Glad to know each of the Force/Attack tire can be purchased separately a Competitive :) Out of the box, was 184gm - less than claimed weight, yet know this tire will hold up to minimal to no punctures;) Excellent !
After many a long 100+ mile rides and getting cramps, even though properly hydrated - I have found that these little dudes keep the cramps away! One/two pre-ride, then one/two every 30 miles - swig it down with your liquid of choice. Totally legit and highly recommended for those hot days or long ride days. Haven't noticed a change in my voice, any appendages changing size or shape - so no worries ;)
Werd - work well, just hope we do not have to use them that often, but when you do - makes your riding mates cheerful; as they do not have to wait extended periods of time if you had used a hand pump ;)
Purchased this for a fellow rider to help with all the goodies needed to get riding - went with a medium. Can get a patch kit, tube, tool (has a sweet external tool pouch with Velcro on the bottom -see pic, nice touch ;) and a few folded up $$ Washington's $$ for emergencies :) If your unsure, I would go with the large, but travel slim, get the medium; travel extra-light, go with the small and pimp some necessities from your friend when you are in dire straits for a repair - but may cost you a lunch.
Bought this for a family member new to cycling - great entry level helmet. Has good air channels for a chill head, like the white - as long days in the sun reflect rather than absorb the sun ;) I agree with the other reviewers in regards to the small sizing. If you are a medium, size up to a large. For those in between or close to a change in size, there are three small adjustment tabs that you may further alter the fit of the helmet ( see pic) this allows for the helmet to fit lower on your thinker :) Only four stars due to the size inaccuracy that's on Mavics plate.
Greetings, I would make a logical guess and say they are good up to 225#. Most manufactured wheels in this price point are overbuilt, and with a 20 front and 24 rear spoke build, you should be good to go. Any rider >225# should seek a wheel that has at least a 28 front and 28+ rear spoke count. Hope this helps :)
Go with the Large :)
A must have - I have gotten over 10 years out of my old trusty inflator, until it's failure to perform last flat - RIP little dude ;) Good things come in small packages, as this is sweet. Compact, small, and machining is A+. Only takes threaded CO2 cartridges, and any threaded cartridge will work. Also comes with a sleeve for so the cartridge doesn't freeze your hand while inflating - that also doubles as a nice touch to keep the noise down while in your seat bag. A must have, and at such a compact size - worth the extra gram in your pocket :)
Greetings - this will accept any threaded C02 cartridge; but will not work with non-threaded :) And correct, thread the unit onto the CO2 first, then inflate - easy peasy :) Works awesome, just hope we all don't have to use it that often :)
Confucius say - go with the Thermoflex :) Almost the same :)
They are in stock :)
I put these on a spare bike, weighed 1698gm (less than claimed)- but once up to speed, very nice, and look great! Machined brake track makes any brakes feel that much better.
Bonjour, le p�dalier 7900 a standards 53/39 plateaux, tandis que le 7950 est une manivelle compact avec 50/34 plateaux :)
Yes, you are good to go with the 7900 crank + new 11-speed :)
Sure is :) Depending on your rear brake set-up, if externally routed, the housing bend from the rear of the frame to the rear brake caliper must be pre-bent a few times - makes it perform better. Internally mounted cables tend to have less of a bend when the housing exits the frame. Cheers :)