These are nice socks. Especially when you can get them on sale. Durable, well made and warm.
This little sucker gets it done. Great for handlebar stems and seat-posts. Keeps your touch in check.
Cadence is a key part of my training regimen. And having a computer to meter it is extremely helpful. Japanese engineering!
King headsets are a shining example of this simple maxim: you pay for what you get.
It looks like the answer is yes, but you might need an adapter. Here are a few links that might aid you in finding an answer...
The front R45 is listed as stainless steel. Would bet this is too.
It doesn't really specify on Chris King's website either. Would assume ceramic is an upgrade though.
This is nice, and worth the price! A standard.
Was hoping to find the glove to end all gloves. These aren't it. Let me explain. Took them out in minus 7 degree weather and the gloves didn't cut it. Everything else worked fine. The Castelli WS balaclava and Diluvio 16 shoe covers worked, but these didn't quite cut it. Oh well, the quest continues.
Really nice shoe covers. Warm. Can always be paired with neoprene socks for that extra level of protection from the cold. However, when it is that cold you might as well hit the indoor trainer up. Unless you like your balls in your stomach. Just sayin'.
That this is too windproof is to the credit of Castelli as this greatly helps here in the Windy City. You can always pull the mouth cover down to breath easily through your mouth. This is great for when the temps drop below 32 and the wind kicks up. Now all I need to find is a decent pair of gloves. Anybody know of a pair?
Wasn't sure how warm this would be, but it is perfect. When it is super cold and windy and 25 or below a balaclava really has to happen. Otherwise, this gets it done.
Contrary to what the other reviewers found, these are great to transform your rollers to a stationary when you just don't want to focus on balance. Great for cadence and one legged work outs.
For those who find the bolts come undone; make sure to put something soft underneath your rollers and forkstand (i.e. trainer mat or carpet).
Phillips screwdriver = Speedplay cleats
Torx T-25 = Zipp stem bolts
3,4,5,6 mm just about everything else.
Wouldn't see why not. It just keeps the derailleur in place instead of a brazed on mount. Though Comp Cyc has another Sram derailleur mount which would certainly work, and is half the price of this anyway. But it is not black.
If those are the pedals (the red ones with the black spindles as pictured), then you have the Speedplay Zero Chrome-Moly. These pedals require the Zero cleats.
Buy the headwind fan instead. This isn't that great.
The headwind fan is called the "Killer Headwind Fan" for a reason. Well, kind of I guess. I know it is named after Al's dog. But anyway, it really hurts. Replicates and surpasses road resistance depending on the opening of the fan. Much better than the flywheel and about the same price. Check the wattage numbers out here...
Nice socks; even better on sale
Usually Castelli is on point. This one didn't do it for me. A light sprinkle fine, anything else and it will be saturated in no time. Also, didn't find it as wind proof as others have.
Would definitely contact Sidi America for an answer to that question. How long have you had those shoes for?